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Marquette Men’s Basketball: Three keys, players to watch against Wisconsin

Michael LoCicero

December 6, 2012

Filed under Sports

Three keys to a Marquette win Control the tempo As is always the case with Wisconsin, the Badgers will try to grind Marquette to death by playing a slow game and minimizing possessions. An ideal score for the Badgers woul... Read more »

LOCICERO: Goodbyes are always the toughest

Michael LoCicero

December 4, 2012

Filed under Sports

Goodbyes are never easy, but this one is going to be harder than most. Working for the Tribune has been the most gratifying experience of my life. In a mere 12 days, however, I won’t be a college student anymore. I’ll be in the cold, harsh world of adulthood and probably ... Read more »

Marquette Women’s Soccer: Another year for the record books

Michael LoCicero

November 29, 2012

Filed under Sports

Coach Markus Roeders likes to acknowledge that he never knows exactly what team he is going to get from year to year, but one thing was certain about this Marquette team: it won and won often. Although the Golden Eagle... Read more »

Sports Sideshow

Michael LoCicero

November 29, 2012

Filed under Sports

Apparently this NHL lockout is making people do some pretty crazy things. Riley Sheahan, a 20-year-old Detroit Red Wings prospect playing for the AHL’s Grand Rapids Griffins, was pulled over shortly before Oct. 29 with a... Read more »

Marquette Men’s Basketball: Big second half leads MU to easy win

Michael LoCicero

November 27, 2012

Filed under Sports

Much like the Southeastern Louisiana game 13 days ago, it took longer than it should have, but Marquette eventually pulled away from Maryland-Baltimore County Monday night for a 79-46 victory. The Golden Eagles, who improved... Read more »

LOCICERO: Enough with the Fighting Irish allegiances

Michael LoCicero

November 27, 2012

Filed under Sports

Dear Marquette fans, There is a growing, unpleasant epidemic circulating campus that seems to have reached a pinnacle in the last few days. Ever since that team from South Bend beat USC Saturday night to clinch a berth in the national championship game, my newsfeeds on Fac... Read more »

Notes on Maryland-Baltimore County

Michael LoCicero

November 26, 2012

Filed under Blogs, Editors' Picks

Marquette hosts Maryland-Baltimore County, a member of the America East conference, tonight at 7 p.m., in its first game since returning from a fifth place finish at the Maui Invitational last week. The Golden Eagles will be without the services of junior guard ... Read more »

Marquette Women’s Basketball: Golden Eagles add two for 2013

Michael LoCicero

November 21, 2012

Filed under Blogs, Editors' Picks

Marquette coach Terri Mitchell announced the signing of guards JeTaun Rouse and McKayla Yentz to National Letters of Intent today. Both Rouse and Yentz will join the Golden Eagles in 2013 and have four years of eligibility. “We are excited to add JeTaun and McK... Read more »

Marquette Women’s Soccer: Season ends on penalty kicks at BYU

Michael LoCicero

November 20, 2012

Filed under Sports

Marquette’s season ended in a brutal way Saturday night when BYU advanced 6-5 on penalty kicks after the teams played a scoreless 110 minutes of regulation and overtime in Provo, Utah. The Golden Eagles had a chance to ... Read more »

LOCICERO: Latest conference alignment shake up just more writing on the wall for Marquette, Big East

Michael LoCicero

November 20, 2012

Filed under Editors' Picks, Sports

It appears now – if there was ever a doubt – that there are no “safe” teams when it comes to conference expansion and realignment. With Maryland joining the Big Ten Monday for the 2014-15 season and Rutgers expec... Read more »

Marquette Women’s Soccer: A shot at the Sweet 16 and beyond awaits MU

Michael LoCicero

November 15, 2012

Filed under Sports

It wasn’t necessarily the matchup it was expecting, but Marquette will take on Princeton this afternoon in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Provo, Utah, at 4 p.m. Marquette knocked off Illinois State, 3-0 last Friday and advanced to the second round for the third straight year.... Read more »

Marquette Men’s Basketball: MU holds off Southeastern Louisiana 64-53

Michael LoCicero

November 13, 2012

Filed under Blogs, Editors' Picks

It took a lot longer than it should have, but Marquette eventually held off a pesky Southeastern Louisiana squad, 64-53 to improve to 2-0. Junior forward Davante Gardner led the Golden Eagles with 18 points and the team shot... Read more »

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