The biggest news of the week is the promotion of Ray Giacoletti from Assistant to the Head Coach to Assistant Coach. With the benefit of hindsight seems completely obvious as he is such a clear choice to fill the role.
Sometimes a thing is too important to walk away from. Sometimes, despite other available opportunities, the difficult choice is the one best suited for you. In this case, St. Louis … Continue Reading Bet on yourself: Phillip Russell Walks-On to the Billikens, and other thoughts from the commitment
The only way to both reasonably and responsibly get the Billikens out east multiple times this sports season is to build a schedule that maximizes opportunities of competition for visits to each center and accept that local ground travel will simply be a part of life.
Sometimes, Dorothy is right. There is no place like home. SLU has made their bones on the recruiting trail in recent years by focusing on the STL market, and they … Continue Reading Francis Okoro picks SLU, roster rumble to ensue
Standing at 6’8 and weighing in officially at 255lbs, Marten is a traditional post big man. He excels offensively with his back to the basket and as a rebounder in box-out situations. He has a massive frame and could very well get bigger and stronger
Three years ago, Nicholas Chiu was a SLU freshman looking to help create a community around a passion of his where there was no formal one available. He and a … Continue Reading SLU ESports looks to make its mark
Hasahn French, Jordan Goodwin declare for the NBA Draft. Take a depth breath; this is only a good thing.
Within minutes of each other, the roommate tandem of Billiken stars made their announcements via social media to enter the 2020 NBA draft. Jordan Goodwin and Hasahn French are each … Continue Reading Hasahn French, Jordan Goodwin declare for the NBA Draft. Take a depth breath; this is only a good thing.
n the wake of his departure, the Billikens are left with an additional scholarship. As mentioned, this was in some ways expected
It is an incredibly difficult time in the world of sports. COVID-19 has decimated the athletics landscape worldwide and has mostly brought society to a pause if not an abrupt … Continue Reading Granting Spring Athletes NCAA eligibility is not as simple as giving back years.
Jack came to SLU with no promises. The Mattoon, Illinois native has been grinding out a basketball career for his entire adult life.
GAMEDAY PREVIEW: It’s a trap! Rolling high off a win in Rhode Island, Billikens look to avoid a letdown at George Mason
Its a Trap!
Marching into arguably their biggest matchup of the season, the Billikens may be starting to peak at just the right moments.
*This article can be originally found on ScoopswithDannyMac.com* The roster for the 2020-2021 Saint Louis University Men’s basketball season is starting to look more and more in view. Going into … Continue Reading Heja Sverige: Billikens get commitment from Swedish Stretch Forward Andre Lorentsson
*This article could be originally found on ScoopswithDannyMac.com* The 13-point differential of the final score in Wednesday’s Saint Louis University-Saint Joseph’s matchup is a tad misleading as to how the … Continue Reading Bills comfortably roll past Hawks in “complete team effort”
*This article can be originally found on ScoopswithDannyMac.com* It is the final hours of the A-10 season. The Billikens have four games remaining on the schedule, two on the road … Continue Reading GAMEDAY PREVIEW: Overlooking weak opponent would spell doom for SLU as St. Josephs comes to town
*This article can be originally found on ScoopswithDannyMac.com* Last Friday I had the opportunity to bring my Mom to her first-ever Billiken game. She and my Dad typically watch streams … Continue Reading The Billikens Basketball #ChatWithChaps mailbag: Part 2