In nine seasons with the Musketeers, Mack led the program to the NCAA Tournament eight times. He took to Twitter to thank the Xavier community on Tuesday:
Thank You Xavier! pic.twitter.com/qXjvfko6UN
— Chris Mack (@CoachChrisMack) March 27, 2018
Mack, 48, replaces Rick Pitino, who was terminated “for just cause” back in October after an FBI investigation into fraud and corruption was connected to the Cardinals.