College Basketball season is officially back. September 24 marks the day that Division 1 programs can officially begin their practice schedule. With new NCAA rules organizing the official schedule, programs … Continue Reading An early start, new uniforms, and fast play highlight Billikens Media Day
Since coming to St. Louis, new Billiken grad transfer Tay Weaver has come to learn some important lessons about the city’s culture. He enjoys a well-made toasted ravioli, doesn’t care … Continue Reading Tay Weaver, Leader by Example
All that was left at the end of the night on Ralph Korte Stadium’s scoreboard was 6.4 seconds. The scores had been removed, but the clock remained. What had happened … Continue Reading Late Magic leads the Billikens to Bronze Boot Glory
We are now only two weeks away from Billikens Basketball. After a nearly seven-month break from college hoops, the season-opening marquee event, Billiken Madness, is so close you can taste … Continue Reading Billiken’s believe offseason adjustments will lead to long term success
The SLU Billikens Men’s soccer team dropped its season-opening game to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish by a score of 3-2. On a different night, the Billikens could have walked … Continue Reading Second half mistakes lead to SLU Soccer falling short against No. 9 Notre Dame
Billiken Men’s Soccer Team Hopes to Ride Successful Preseason into an Expectation-Filled 2019 Campaign
High expectations are not a foreign concept to the SLU Billikens Men’s Soccer program. Their prolific early history is well documented and their string of top tier play in the … Continue Reading Billiken Men’s Soccer Team Hopes to Ride Successful Preseason into an Expectation-Filled 2019 Campaign
The history of soccer in the United States is impossible to tell without highlighting St. Louis’ contributions to the sport. From the city’s role in the Olympics to the Open … Continue Reading New MLS Neighbors Mean Big Things for SLU Soccer
There is a lot of new coming to Chaifetz Arena for the start of the 2019-2020 school year and basketball seasons. In addition to five freshmen recruits, two transfers, and most importantly a very nice “2019 A10 Champions” banner, the Billikens have added a state-of-the-art piece of technology to the practice facility. The system is called “Shot Tracker” and the Billikens hope they can use it to take their game to the next level by working smarter and not harder.
There has yet to be an official announcement from the SLU Athletics, but it is hard to see how this is not a clear sign of his commitment to the program.
So, what should Billiken fans be expecting? Where does Tay fit in the rotation?
The backbone and at times only redeemable star of a Billikens team that found itself underachieving through multiple points in the season. One scout said Javon’s defence is “game-changing” and noted his intangibles are “Next-level”
This article was originally published in the University News and at Unewsonline.com on May 2nd 2019. The book on the 2019 Billikens has essentially come to a close, all … Continue Reading Travis Ford’s 2019/2020 recruiting class sets the program up for future successes
This article was originally published in the University News and at Unewsonline.com on March 24th 2019 Going into the Billikens late-night game in San Jose, luck favoured the under seeded. … Continue Reading Billikens can’t overcome horrendous first half to continue march magic, fall 66-52
This article was originally published at the Unewsonline.com on March 22nd 2019 A Conference Championship is a feat that any program has a right to be proud of. For most, … Continue Reading Robb Hornett, The Billikens secret weapon who never touches the floor
This article was originally published at the Unewsonline.com on March 21st 2019 The Virginia Tech Hokies are one of the nation’s most efficient offences in the NCAA. Using an up-tempo, … Continue Reading What the Billikens are facing in Virginia Tech
This article was originally published in the University News and at Unewsonline.com on March 20th 2019. College basketball in March is a kind of magic. It’s the only sport … Continue Reading “Why not us” The Billikens ride March magic all the way to a A-10 Championship
This article was originally published in the University News and at Unewsonline.com on February 28th 2019 The Billikens faced an uphill battle going into the past weeks stretch of games, … Continue Reading Billikens will have to take the long route to a Championship