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The Musketeers went to their current uniform style in 2010 after signing a five-year deal with Nike that was specifically geared toward programs that haven’t won a basketball national championship.

Xavier is one of only six schools without BCS football that are at the NTS level, joining Gonzaga, Marquette, Saint John’s, Georgetown and Villanova. Included in the revamped set were navy, white and gray combinations as well as an annual throwback to be worn in one of the team’s nationally-televised games.

Xavier’s shorts feature “X” striping on the sides with the school’s “X” primary logo at the left knee.

On the Musketeers’ gray alternates, however, the recognizable “X” is replaced by Xavier’s secondary “Musketeer Face” logo on shorts. Xavier honored the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy with special “SANDY HOOK” white and green uniforms in December 2012.

In place of the team’s “XAVIER” wordmark was “SANDY HOOK” on the fronts of jerseys.

The Musketeers auctioned off their jerseys after the game with all proceeds going to the Sandy Hook Support Fund. Xavier moved to its current silver, blue and white wordmark in 2008 and introduced several secondary logos that same year.