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Photos: Meet The Wife Of Xavier’s New Coach, Travis Steele (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) It didn’t take very long for Xavier’s men’s basketball program to hire a new coach.
Pin. Meet lovely 36-year-old Christi Mack, she is the wife of the Xavier Musketeers head coach Chris Mack. Christi Mack and her hubby might just be the perfect match, bot only because of their names but because of Christi’s balling experience which sure comes in handy for her hubby.
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Xavier’s Head Coach Chris Mack’s wife Christi Mack. 04/04/2012. NCAA. Chris and Christi Mack seem to have been destined to stay in the Xavier basketball family since they first got together. Chris transferred to Xavier to play his last two years of college basketball, and returned to the school 1999 as an assistant coach.
BUILDING ON SUCCESS AT XAVIER Steele was named the Sedler Family Men’s Head Basketball Coach at Xavier on Saturday, March 31, 2018. Steele spent the previous 10 seasons at Xavier, including nine on the staff of his predecessor, Chris Mack. Steele is the 18th head coach in Xavier basketball history.
Hankins, who played at Xavier University as a senior and has been playing pro basketball overseas, got married this summer. Bronkema attended the wedding in Oklahoma City, the hometown of his wife. While Hankins is 6-feet-10 inches, Bronkema estimates Zach's wife is a foot smaller. "She played on Xavier's team," Bronkema said.
Travis Andrew Steele (born November 12, 1981) is an American college basketball coach, and current head coach of the Xavier Musketeers men's basketball team. Coaching career. Steele began coaching as an undergraduate at Butler University, assisting the varsity boys basketball team at nearby Ben Davis HS from 2001 to 2004.
Steele has spent 10 seasons at Xavier, including nine on the staff of his predecessor, Chris Mack. Steele, 36, will be officially introduced as the Xavier head coach at a press conference next week. Steele is the 18 th head coach in Xavier basketball history. "We could not be more excited about how this process unfolded," said Christopher.
Breitbach served as associate principal at Xavier for the school's first year in existence (1998-1999) and retired as an administrator in 2000. Dick coached Xavier freshman football for five years and returned to the court to serve as Xavier's head boys basketball coach from 2001-2007, leading the Saints to the state tournament in 2005 and 2006.
The coaching is becoming a concern. Travis Steele has, mostly, done a good job his first three seasons, he hasn’t in the last three games. Coaching at any level is a more fraught thing than anyone who hasn’t done it can realize. In 11U soccer it can be the overweight dad behind you certain that his son is the next Messi that screams abuse.