Marquette Wire

Bielawski smashes record

Vedran Agovic

October 21, 2003

Filed under Golf, Sports

"This tournament showed the level of play that we expected to play at the entire fall," head coach Tim Grogan said. "The one regret is that we did not get a chance to finish the tournament due to rain." The results from the...

Eagles hold off Pirates, fall to Badgers

Dave Rossetti

October 21, 2003

Filed under Sports

The Golden Eagles (7-6-1, 4-1-1) got their scoring started early, as freshman forward Matt Blouin put the match's first shot past East Carolina goalkeeper Brian Pope from six yards out in the first 37 seconds. Se...

Eagles return from Costa Rica with 5-game sweep

steven.piche@marquette.edu

October 21, 2003

Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

On the game, Marquette made 34 of 69 field goals as well as going 4 of 11 from beyond the arc. Novak led the team in 3-point shooting, hitting three of four triples. Two players missing from the action were junior transfer...

Conference record falls to 2-4

nick.matkovich@marquette.edu

October 21, 2003

Filed under Sports, Women's Tennis

In the defense-heavy match, Tulane held the advantage in the hitting percentage department as it hit at 21.1 percent compared to the Golden Eagles' 15.2 percent. In other categories, the Green Wave had 93 digs compared to the...

Women nab 8th at Pre-Nationals

tom.blair@marquette.edu

October 21, 2003

Filed under Men's Cross Country, Sports, Women's Cross Country

Haro did not know until shortly before the race began whether she would be able to run. Although it is not expected to keep her out of the conference meet, the injury was severe enough to keep her from running on Saturday. "She's...

The streak goes on

nicholas.williams@marquette.edu

October 21, 2003

Filed under Sports, Women's Soccer

The Pirates of East Carolina had the Golden Eagles under control, holding them to only seven shots in the game but the Golden Eagles prevailed, 1-0. "Some of it has to be contributed to East Carolina," coach Markus Roeders...

Bessert emerges victorious

steven.piche@marquette.edu

October 21, 2003

Filed under Sports

Bringing back rather unpleasant memories, the St. Louis Rams held off the Green Bay Packers and eventually pulled away for a 34-24 win. The Packers' mistakes and turnovers were reminiscent of their 2001, 45-17 pl...

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...

Team faces country’s best

tom.blair@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Men's Cross Country, Sports, Women's Cross Country

The NCAA requires the host school of each year's national championship to hold a pre-national meet so teams have an opportunity to see the course before the championship meet. Next Saturday, Marquette's cross country teams...

Foursome wins Week Six

steven.piche@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Sports

The Guru on the other hand came off a strong prior week and went up in flames in Week Four like his beloved Green Bay Packers.After roughly the first third of the season, some NFL teams are separating themselves from the pack. N...

Cubs/Sox series would lack true rooting appeal

steven.piche@marquette.edu

October 14, 2003

Filed under Sports

But if they played in the World Series, it would be a no-lose situation. Come on, where is the fun in that? Half of the fun of sports is walking the fine line between exhilaration and despair. There is a reason why old...

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'...