Where Are They Now: Terry Sanders

Most current Marquette students might recognize Terry Sanders, but it might be for other reasons than the part he played on the 2003 Final Four team.

During his senior season, the 6-foot-8 power forward came off the bench and played 15.5 minutes per game for head coach Tom Crean’s Golden Eagles. He was a bruiser down low who only started one game in three years for Marquette but was a defensive presence when he got minutes.

After graduating from Marquette in 2004 with his degree in communication, Sanders taught in the Milwaukee Public School system from 2005 to 2010 and also opened his own smoothie chain, Smooth Drinxx. The business operated from 2006 to 2010, while Sanders taught, and actually had a spot in the Bradley Center during Marquette home games during those years, right outside of section 217.

The Milwaukee Vincent graduate is now an account executive at Clear Channel Outdoor. Fans can stay in touch with Sanders on Twitter, who still follows Marquette, where he is very interactive with his followers at @theSandman40.