CINCINNATI --- Xavier University forward Jared Ridder, a 6-7 freshman from Kickapoo High School in Springfield, Mo., today announced his intention to withdraw from Xavier and move back home. “After much consideration and talking with my family, I have decided that it is in my best interest to move home,” said Ridder. “Jared has indicated to the coaching staff that he has a desire to be closer to home,” said Xavier head coach Chris Mack.
CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Within 48 hours after the buzzer sounded at the end of Xavier's 79-65 win over DePaul on March 4, construction crews began work at the Cintas Center. The arena, which opened in 2000, is experiencing its first major facelift. The main focuses of the project are centered around improving premium and group seating options, while also maximizing the full space of the arena to improve fan flow on gameday.
Scouting Report: Swider is one of the best shooters in the 2018 class as a face-up forward. He's a deadeye 3-point shooter, but he has enough handle and game to score points in the mid-range and at the rim too. He plays bigger than his listed size and is a solid rebounder on both ends. Though, not the quickest player laterallly, he makes up for it with good instincts on defense. He could improve his handle and his defense. Scouting Report: Dosunmu is an extremely athletic lead guard.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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