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The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

The student news site of Marquette University

Marquette Wire

DeAndre Haynes and his family with Jordan Poole at a Milwaukee Bucks - Golden State Warriors game in 2022. (Photo courtesy of DeAndre Haynes.)

Haynes connects ability to lead and inspire younger generations on the court

Kristin Parisi, Executive Sports Producer November 1, 2022

Not everyone is born with the ability to lead and the skills to inspire and connect with younger generations. But not everyone is DeAndre Haynes. Haynes, is in his second year as an assistant coach...

Zach Wrighstil earned NAIA National Player of the Year Honors last year at Loyola New Orleans before transferring to Marquette.

Wrightsil brings winning mentality to Golden Eagles

John Leuzzi, Executive Sports Editor November 1, 2022

It all started with a tweet.  “We were a program that was very selective in the transfer portal,” Marquette men’s basketball assistant coach Cody Hatt said. “There's a lot of ways to build...

Emarion Ellis (left) stands on the sideline during Marquette mens basketballs open practice at Fiserv Forum Oct. 28.

Ellis’ patella surgery may prevent him from playing this season

Catherine Fink, Sports Reporter November 1, 2022
Sophomore guard Emarion Ellis will wait and see if he will redshirt after patella surgery in April.
(Photo courtesy of Christopher Geiser.)

Sports & Science with MUBB

Randi Haseman, Content Coach November 1, 2022
Associate professor in exercise science Kristof Kipp and his team of graduate students use biomechanics ideas to hopefully improve shooting performance.
Senior forward Chloe Marotta gets into her defensive stance during practice Oct. 24 at the Al McGuire Center.

One Last Dance: Marotta’s leadership will be key in final season

Kaylynn Wright, Sports Reporter November 1, 2022
Mequon native Chloe Marotta is back for one final season and will be a veteran presence for the Golden Eagles.
Marquette mens basketball held a open practice for fans at Fiserv Forum Oct. 28.

Shaka’s squad focuses on the now, despite expectations of others

Benjamin Hanson, Sports Reporter November 1, 2022
Marquette men’s basketball recognizes the position they are in and the exceptions placed on the team.
Womens basketball first-year forward Emily LaChapell is the first Wisconsin commit for head coach Megan Duffy.

La Chapell brings three-level scorer mentality to Marquette

Ben Schultz, Assistant Sports Editor November 1, 2022
First-year guard Emily La Chapell comes to Marquette with high expectations after deciding to stay in-state.
Sophomore forward David Joplin averaged 2.8 points and 0.9 rebounds last year.

Smart’s new motto: Energy Generating Behaviors

John Gunville, Sports Reporter November 1, 2022
Men’s basketball head coach Shaka Smart's new motto is in place for the 2022-2023 season and players have been implementing the concept in practice.
Graduate student forward Lauren Van Kleunen (42) attempts a free-throw in Marquette womens basketballs 59-45 win over Butler Dec. 5.

How does Marquette replace Lauren Van Kleunen?

Ava Mares, Assistant Sports Editor November 1, 2022
After six-seasons Lauren Van Kleunen is no longer part of the Marquette women's basketball team. They'll have to find a way to replace her presence.
Members of the Marquette womens basketball team at a Marquette volleyball game earlier this season. (Photo courtesy of Marquette Athletics.)

Women’s basketball shows up for games other than its own

Trevor Hilson, Sports Reporter November 1, 2022
The Marquette women's basketball team has built a culture of supporting the other teams on campus.
Claire Kaifes (10) is working her way back into the Marquette womens basketball rotation after being out for the entire 2021-22 season with a Torn ACL injury.

Kaifes makes up for lost time with a newfound voice

Jackson Gross, Sports Audio Producer November 1, 2022
Senior guard Claire Kaifes is set to return to the rotation after missing last season with a torn ACL.
Mikey Garven is in his first season as a program assistant for the Marquette womens basketball program.

Garven takes on new role in women’s basketball program

Jack Albright, Sports Reporter November 1, 2022
Mikey Garven started off at Marquette as a women's basketball practice player but is now part of the coaching staff.
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