Marquette Wire

Tea Leaf Green to infuse the Rave with jam band antics

Carey Peck
February 7, 2008
Filed under Marquee

"I've heard it is cold as hell over there now," said keyboardist and vocalist Trevor Garrod.Guitarist Josh Clark, drummer Scott Rager, bassist Reed Mathis and Garrod come from San Francisco, Calif.,"Infusing live jam band antics and rock, Tea Leaf Green finally visits Milwaukee and the Rave Sunday...

More Catholics call for Latin Mass

ashley.niedringhaus@marquette.edu
November 29, 2007
Filed under News

The Rev. Scott Haynes of St. John Cantius, a member of the Archdiocese of Chicago, said the Latin Masses are the most popular services at that parish and have revitalized their community.,"In an effort to connect with Church ancestry, more Catholics are requesting and seeking out the or...

More Catholics call for Latin Mass

ashley.niedringhaus@marquette.edu
November 29, 2007
Filed under News

The Rev. Scott Haynes of St. John Cantius, a member of the Archdiocese of Chicago, said the Latin Masses are the most popular services at that parish and have revitalized their community.,"In an effort to connect with Church ancestry, more Catholics are requesting and seeking out the or...

Men’s basketball pulls away late from Division II opponent

Sam Toman
November 6, 2007
Filed under Sports

As fans saw Sunday night at the Bradley Center, the mettle of this Marquette men's basketball team has yet to be tested.So are the Golden Eagles ready for their season opener against IUPUI in four days? Head coach Tom Crean thinks so, judging from his team's 83-55 exhibition victory over ...

Men’s basketball pulls away late from Division II opponent

Sam Toman
November 6, 2007
Filed under Sports

As fans saw Sunday night at the Bradley Center, the mettle of this Marquette men's basketball team has yet to be tested.So are the Golden Eagles ready for their season opener against IUPUI in four days? Head coach Tom Crean thinks so, judging from his team's 83-55 exhibition victory over ...

Men’s soccer draws with UW-Green Bay

John Borneman
September 6, 2007
Filed under Sports

Head coach Louis Bennett said that the Golden Eagles, who hold a 1-2-1 record this season, had opportunities to score but just could not capitalize.,"After firing 16 shots in a 2-1 win over Xavier on Friday night, the men's soccer team could only muster six shots in 110 minutes of...

A long shot

David Strittmatter
April 19, 2007
Filed under Sports

Van Sickle claimed his average drive goes about 290 yards. Junior Ted Gray said Van Sickle averages 300-plus off the tee.,"Exactly how far does Mike Van Sickle hit the ball? The Marquette golf team lacks a consensus but agrees on one thing: Van Sickle bombs it with his driver.Van Sickle claimed h...

Eagles get No. 3 seed in Big East tournament

Sam Toman
March 1, 2007
Filed under Sports

The Marquette women's basketball team has followed that script all season. As a result, it finished tied for second in the conference standings with Rutgers and produced a single-season school record 24 wins.,"Life is good when you don't have to overextend any of your key players and s...

olted NAACP seeks new president after president resigns following 19-month tenure

Kellie Bramlet
March 1, 2007
Filed under News

AP National WriterNEW YORK (AP) - When Bruce S. Gordon was appointed president of the NAACP 19 months ago, some observers said it wasn't a good fit. Now the civil rights organization must look for someone new to lead it in the wake of Gordon's sudden resignation.,"By ERIN TEXEIRA AP ...

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Women’s soccer advances to NCAA second round

Paul Day
November 9, 2006
Filed under Sports

"I can remember yelling at (senior defender Michelle) Pitzl," Boyer said, "letting her know that everyone needs to get up together more because we keep turning it over to their backs, and they're countering.,"An exchange between junior goalkeeper Laura Boyer and so...

Eagles learn from best in loss

David Strittmatter
November 7, 2006
Filed under Sports

Marquette has come a long way from playing in the Great Midwest Conference just a dozen years ago, but Marquette's 3-0 (30-21, 30-21, 30-21) loss to St. John's made it clear it has a long way to go.Sitting fourth in the Big East standings at 9-4, Marquette remains one of th...

Trust allows coaches to lead in different ways

October 26, 2006
Filed under Sports

They stood there on the sideline, the two coaches with matched intensity yet different ways of portraying it.For a moment they appeared alike, side-by-side - legs shoulder-length apart, one arm crossed, the other propping up their respective chins.Together, women's soccer head coac...