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Eagles’ loss enables Badger coach to make history

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu

September 11, 2003

Junior goal keeper Katie Bissen, who had not allowed a score in the last two contests, gave up the first goal at 21:57 when the Big Ten player of the week, Jenny Kundert, put the ball in on a head shot to put Wisconsin up 1-0. Wisconsin, 4-1-0, scored two more goals in the second half, one at 60:04...

Runners finally get going

tom.blair@marquette.edu

September 11, 2003

Marquette teams have dominated the event over the past several years, with the women taking first place the past three years and the men the past two. After waiting a week longer than most other cross country programs to start the season, head coach Dave Uhrich is looking forward to the first meet...

Men score four in home opener

Dave Rossetti

September 11, 2003

"We played very well," head coach Steve Adlard said. "There was a lot of pressure on us prior to the game because of our frailty to defend and a little bit (because of) our immaturity – if we allowed a goal, our heads were down." The team's defense showed few signs of its early season weakness Wednesday,...

Eagles get air time

Kim Kaiser

September 9, 2003

One game will be televised on ABC and one on CBS as well. Also included in the conference schedule are three appearances on ESPN, two telecasts on ESPN2 and three broadcasts on the ESPN-Plus C-USA Weekend Package. Following the games at Southern Mississippi on Jan. 12 and at Charlotte on Jan. 20,...

Team’s report card shows high marks

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu

September 9, 2003

This is the first year Marquette (2-1-1) has been in the tournament. "It was a very high-level tournament," Roeders said. "We couldn't have done better than we did." Defense was the key in its efforts over the weekend, as the team allowed zero goals in both contests. Junior goalie Katie Bissen...

Lacrosse

Matt Zuchowski

September 9, 2003

In addition to bonding as a team, "fall ball" allows the team to bond and get a taste of what the spring season will be like," senior Jared Protaski said. "They're more like exhibition games, so it's a good chance for us to get to flow as a team, and get the bugs out," Protaski said. The early...

Road trip wreaks havoc

Dave Rossetti

September 9, 2003

By the time Flynn scored in the 64th minute, the Golden Grizzlies had already raced out to a four-goal lead, three of which came in a quick flurry between the 31st and 39th minutes. Ryan Rzepka, Chris Edwards and Brandon Felker all found the back of the net during that span, with Shahar Ktovim logging...

Bucking the trend

tom.blair@marquette.edu

September 4, 2003

The Dodgeville native transferred to Marquette from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and will be running for the women's cross country team this season. Courtney was red-shirted last year and will have freshman eligibility for the upcoming season. After a promising career at Dodgeville High...

Women’s Soccer Headline

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu

September 4, 2003

The team will face No. 21 USC Friday and Oakland Sunday and will come back to Wisconsin to square off against in-state rival Wisconsin Badgers Tuesday, Sept. 9, in Madison. "We're not scared," Roeders said of the schedule. "We need these type of games." The Golden Eagles will be challenged by three...

Eagles find goals in short supply

Dave Rossetti

September 4, 2003

Leading the UIC attack was senior Peter Kelley, who scored two goals, including a six-yard chip shot from his knees past Marquette goalie Adam Ubert in the 51st minute. Both goals were set up on assists from sophomore midfielder Roberto Gallo. Kelley's two goals book-ended the first collegiate goal...

Women’s Soccer!

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu

September 2, 2003

Junior goalie Katie Bissen, who shut out Vanderbilt Friday, had two saves in the game prior to the game-winning shot by Dayton forward Shannon Kuhl in the 84th minute. The penalty kick was created when a cross hit Golden Eagle defender Sarah Uyenishi in the left elbow. "I think it was a soft call,"...

Eagles break even in tourney

September 2, 2003

After opening the season with a first-round victory over Denver during the Parents Weekend Invitational at Air Force in Colorado Springs, Colo., the men's soccer team couldn't handle the Falcons' high-flying attack, losing the tournament finale, 7-0, Sunday. Playing on a field still sopping wet from...