Marquette Wire

Coughlin leads team to two wins

nick.matkovich@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

While the 49ers had an 8-2 lead in blocks, the Golden Eagles hit a season high 33.3 percent. In addition, the team held a 54-32 advantage in the dig department. Leading the way for the team was sophomore Theresa Coughlin who...

Eagles struggle at Wisconsin Invite

nick.matkovich@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports

In the first day of play, the Golden Eagles met Wisconsin in the first round of singles and Northern Illinois for the second round. In doubles action, the team went up against Minnesota. Against Madison, the Golden Eagles'...

Sports Check

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Higher Education, Men's Basketball, News, Religion, Sports

Tribune: Are you a big sports fan Fr. Wild? University President the Rev. Robert A. Wild: I'm a huge Marquette men's basketball fan. The women's games also and some soccer and volleyball. I certainly try to get to as many games...

After slow start, team beats UC-Santa Clara

Ryan Nilsson

October 14, 2003

Filed under Sports, Women's Tennis

However, the team wasn't adhering to those principles last Friday during the first day of action in the Arizona State Fall Invitational in Tempe, Ariz. — so the coaches had a team meeting. "We were most dissatisfied about...

MU nabs 2 C-USA wins

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports

Four years ago, senior midfielder Anne Ioder ended her senior year at Catholic Memorial High School in Waukesha on a high note. The Conference USA preseason all-conference pick scored the winning goal in her team's Wisconsin Independent...

Eagles have ‘Wright’ stuff

Dave Rossetti

October 9, 2003

Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports

"He's just been making it look easy — just hitting the ball where it needs to be," senior forward Derek Gutierrez said of Lee. Things didn't look good for the Golden Eagles early. Wright State's leading goal scorer, Paul-Anthony...

Lowest team score not enough at 49er classic

Vedran Agovic

October 9, 2003

Filed under Golf, Sports

"The team's performance was similar to the other three tournaments," head coach Tim Grogan said. "The scores were pretty low at this tournament and we just flat out are not playing very well." The one bright spot that Grogan...

Sophomore named Athlete of the Week

tom.blair@marquette.edu

October 9, 2003

Filed under Sports, Women's Cross Country

She finished fourth overall and second among collegiate runners at Williamette with a time of 17:02.12, and 24th at the Roy Griak Invitational last week with a time of 21:31. Jakubek finished first among the Golden Eagles at both...

National rank no match for Eagles

Dave Rossetti

October 7, 2003

Filed under Men's Soccer, Sports

The Golden Eagles had to weather a strong comeback effort from Conference USA rival Memphis and a near-costly mistake with six seconds remaining before securing the win, 3-2. "I thought we fought very hard," said head coach...

WUSA, alumni forced to fold

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu

October 7, 2003

Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

After a foul was called against Marquette, the Bears were able to try and finish the game on a free kick. Marquette goalkeeper junior Katie Bissen, who had three saves in the game, one in which she leapt over a Golden Bears player...

Eagles hot, cold at ITA’s

nick.matkovich@marquette.edu

October 7, 2003

Filed under Men's Tennis, Sports

Pairing up as one of the doubles teams at the tournament, Leenders and Vedrickas drew a bye in round one of doubles action. In round two the tandem went up against Joao Pablo Bonnasar and Jonathan Sucupira of Florida State. Bonnasar...

Tournament tests team’s ability

Kim Kaiser

October 7, 2003

Filed under Sports, Women's Tennis

In the Blue bracket, the first day saw senior Genevieve Charron fall to No. 4 seed Reedhina Perekh of Western Michigan, 6-0, 6-4. In the same bracket, senior Veronica Garcia Briseno was defeated by No. 3 seed Caroline Lay of Michigan...