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Saint Louis' Elliott Welmer Out 4 Months with a Stress Fracture in Foot

Saint Louis University Releases 2015-16 Schedule

Saint Louis University's non-conference schedule is headlined with a matchup against the Louisville Cardinals at the Barclays Center on Saturday, Nov. 28th at 7 p.m. The Billikens open their Atlantic 10 conference schedule against the Rhode Island.

Saint Louis doesn't get No. 1 Prospect Tatum

Tatum, 2016 No. 1 High School Recruit, will attend Duke University. Tatum was considering Kentucky, North Carolina and Saint Louis University. Some thought that Tatum might stay home and play for his local team the Saint Louis Billikens.

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Jayson Tatum, 2016 No. 1 High School Recruit, to announce college decision at 9 a.m. on ESPNU

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Northern Kentucky Voting on Monday to move to Horizon League

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Top 2016 Recruit puts Saint Louis University in his Final Four School List

Duquesne Advances in the Atlantic 10 Tournament

Duquesne gets their first conference tournament win since 2009. The Dukes were led by Guard Micah Mason who scored 19 points and Guard Jeremiah Jones who scored 16 points. Saint Louis ends their first-to-worst season.

Richmond Gets a Huge Victory on Senior Night

The Spiders cap off the regular season with a huge victory over Saint Louis to claim the No. 4 seed and a double-bye in the Atlantic 10 conference tournament. Richmond was lead by Senior Kendall Anthony in his final home game.

Bonnies Defeat the Billikens on Senior Night

Bonnies end Billikens Center John Manning's career on a sour note with a loss in his final appearance at Chaifetz Arena. Bonnies Guard Andell Cumberbatch led the way with 17 points and Guard Dion Wright added 16 points in the victory against SLU.

From First to Last: The Fall of the Billikens

With this loss to George Mason, the Billikens fall to last place in the Atlantic 10 conference standings. This time last season, the Billikens were in first place. The Patriots scored 36 points in the paint as they shot 60.9 percent from the field.