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No. 3 all-time scorer moves to front office

Dave Rossetti August 25, 2003
The sweet-shooting former guard said he made the decision to get back into basketball after recent discussions with Crean, who coached Wardle during the 1999-2000 and 2000-01 seasons.
"It's a great opportunity," Wardle said. "Coach Crean presented me with...

Merritt recovers from surgery

Kim Kaiser August 25, 2003
The surgery was more of a precaution than the result of injury, Condon said. Condon went on to say that the surgery was necessary to avoid future injuries.
"The procedure was not a result of a re-occurrence from a previous injury," head coach Tom Crean...

Women’s cager Alsdurf heading back to Minn.

[email protected] August 25, 2003
"It's unfortunate that Katie can't play out her career at Marquette," head coach Terri Mitchell said. "Katie has to do what's in her best interest, and Marquette isn't in her future plans."
Alsdurf, a native of Forest Lake, Minn., was part of a women's...

Squad learns summer lessons

Jenna Merten August 25, 2003
Junior Nathan Colson was the most successful. Colson finished third in the Wisconsin state amateur tournament, won the state Bestball tournament with junior Jason Gaare, and qualified as the sixth seed for the U.S. Amateur Public Links — one of the...

Prep star Amoroso commits to Eagles

Ryan Nilsson August 25, 2003
That's why many people were surprised when Amoroso orally committed to play for Marquette's men's basketball team Saturday, Aug. 16.
"(I'd) been pondering it for a week or so," Amoroso said. "I sat down with my family (Friday) night and talked about it....

Warriors not at Center yet

Steve Rushin October 23, 1985
Lloyd and Jane Petit's decision last week to build the Bradley Center at County Stadium does not mean the men's basketball team will be heading west, according to Hank Raymonds, athletic director. Raymonds said "nothing has been decided yet" about where the team will play its home games once the new arena is built.

Football Anyone?

Steve Rushin September 28, 1984
Marquette has its own brand of "Monday Night Football" and it is played four times a week at Marquette stadium. The men's intramural football program began play this month, with significantly fewer teams this year than in previous seasons. While participation is up this fall for indoor intramural sports, football and other men's outdoor activities have seen a decline in participants - most notably freshmen.
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