top of page


Public·18 members

The Musketeers - Season 3

I watch this series every time I need a pick me up. I started watching through a VPN on BBC, and then purchased them as they were released. I truly wish they would make at least one more season to round out some of the stories they left us with so it feels finished.

The Musketeers - Season 3

I have just begun watching The Musketeers. After 3 nights of NO SLEEP and total binge watching, I am such a fan. They are amazing actors. I love the Action. I hope they will reconsider a Few more seasons. This series runs in the Top along with Outlander.

Aramis also had a dry sense of humor. An example of this in season one, episode three, where he sarcastically says that the man they were transporting will live off riches while they die on a battlefield while pouring the ale on the drink, showing it albeit sarcastically

Anne fell in love with Aramis when he saved her life in season 1, episode 2. In the same episode, she gives him a jewel cross necklace in gratitude for saving her life. Later, in episode 9, Aramis and Anne sleep together, which results in her getting pregnant with his son. Only Athos was knowledgeable of this secret until revealing it to D'Artagnan, Porthos, and Treville one season later.

The women of The Musketeers in general were quite poorly served in its final season, written primarily as passive secondary characters and romantic partners for the Musketeers and little more where they had before been active parts of the plot. Anne and Constance spent much of the series worrying about the men in their life, Milady barely appeared at all, and Elodie never felt like a part of the main group. Thank goodness Sylvie was so active and engaging, as a character and within the plot of the season. As women of the Musketeers had so much potential, I would have loved to have seen them developing a sort of parallel Musketeer team; Gotham City Sirens in seventeenth century Paris. Constance, Anne, Sylvie, Flea, all going on missions of their own and dealing with their own cases of the week, maybe even banding together to rescue the kidnapped Musketeers in one episode.

Alas, The Musketeers were to suffer a similar fate as Robin Hood. An amazing first season with heaps of potential and a strong supporting cast, who got progressively undermined and wasted as the quality plummeted in later seasons. Season 1 of both will live on fondly in my mind; but the rest will serve as an enjoyable show which never fully lived up to its potential.

In 2022, Xavier went 33-27 overall and 13-8 in BIG EAST play earning the No. 4 seed in the 2022 BIG EAST Baseball Tournament where the Musketeers finished runners-up. Xavier's 33 wins were the most since Xavier's 34-win campaign in 2017 and the third most in a single season in program history.

The 2022 Musketeers also set a collection of new records, crushing the previous team home run record by over 30, with 100 for the 2022 season. The Musketeers also set a new program high with 450 runs scored. Defensively, the 2022 Musketeers' 482 strikeouts are a new program best.

The Musketeers finished an abbreviated 2020 season at 5-10, finishing in the top 25 of the RPI after playing one of the five toughest strengths of schedule in the nation prior to the season being canceled in March.

During the 2018 season, XU went 20-35 overall with a 7-11 record in league play. His first career win came on Feb. 20, 2018 in a 3-2 win at No. 8 Kentucky in 10 innings. Despite a number of injuries, the Musketeers broke their program record with 68 homers and were again one of the top offenses in the BIG EAST during the 2018 season. During his time on the staff, XU has posted three 30-win seasons, made three appearances in the NCAA Tournament and had eight players selected in the MLB First Year Player Draft. That number includes back-to-back years with multiple picks and a program record four selections in the 2017 draft.

Paul Scruggs scored 22 points, Ryan Welage hit pivotal 3s down the stretch, and Xavier extended its late-season surge by beating St. John's 81-68 on Saturday, its ninth straight win over the Red Storm.

By contrast, St. John's (20-11, 8-10) finished the regular season in a deep fade, clouding its NCAA Tournament prospects. The Red Storm has lost a season-high three in a row and four of its last five, and couldn't take advantage of a Xavier team missing its best player.

Xavier: The Musketeers are on the upswing as they conclude a challenging transition season in Steele's first season as head coach. They lost four starters from the team that won Xavier's first Big East's regular season title a year ago.

Sixth-ranked Villanova has become a senior day spoiler for Xavier's men's basketball team, as Saturday it doused the Musketeers' home finale festivities for the second straight season. The Wildcats left with a 78-66 win at Cintas Center before a sellout crowd of 10,250.

Xavier has just one game left before the Big East tournament, a regular-season finale at Creighton March 7. The Bluejays lost Saturday at Seton Hall and face Villanova Tuesday before hosting XU on senior day at CenturyLink Center Omaha.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan men's basketball team (No. 24 AP, No. 25 USA Today) suffered its first setback of the season against the Xavier Musketeers, 86-70, on Friday night (Nov. 20) inside Crisler Center. The win is Xavier's first ever against Michigan, making the all-time series record 3-1 in the Wolverines' favor. Senior guard Caris LeVert led all scorers with a game-high 29 points, adding seven rebounds and three assists.

• Caris LeVert led tonight's game with 29 points, just three points away from his career-high 32 in 2014. He also contributed three assists and seven rebounds. This is the third game in a row that LeVert has hit double digits and the second game he has been the lead scorer this season.

WASHINGTON - Georgetown University women's soccer team won the outright BIG EAST Regular Season Championship with a 1-0 victory over the Xavier University Musketeers (8-7-4, 4-3-2 BIG EAST) Thursday afternoon at Shaw Field. It was the first outright championship in program history and the first regular season title since the 2012 campaign. With the win, the Hoyas improve to 12-3-3 overall and finish league play with a mark of 6-1-2.

The contest was an offensive and defensive affair with the teams combining for 138 kills, a .214 hitting percentage and 167 digs in the four games. The Chippewas tallied 59 kills, its second-highest total this season, and hit .211, their third-best total this year.

Unfortunately for CMU, Xavier bested both those totals with 77 kills and a .216 attacking percentage. XU also brought up 89 digs compared to 79 for CMU, but the Maroon and Gold did win the blocks battle with a season-high 14 while Xavier had six.

Sarah Warner recorded the first double-double of her career with 12 kills and a career-high 13 digs. Also recording double-digit kills were Kate Fissel (11) and Mary Ochmanek (10). Ali McCrite led the defense with a season-best 26 digs and Courtney Kersten distributed 50 assists.

Kate Duchek led XU with a season-high 24 kills and a .360 hitting percentage. Jenn Welsh set a new career-high with 22 digs on the match and dished out another career-high 65 assists, while Jordan Brightwell also tallied 22 digs. 041b061a72

  • About

    Welcome to the group! You can connect with other members, ge...

    bottom of page