Marquette Wire

Seven and counting

Michael LoCicero

October 12, 2010

Seniors are given the difficult task of being team leaders, both on the field and off it. This past weekend, seniors Ashley Bares and Julia Victor each scored game-winning goals against Connecticut and Providence, respectively. Talk...

Women’s soccer wins fifth straight Big East game

Michael LoCicero

October 5, 2010

The Marquette women’s soccer team kept its perfect Big East record intact with two road victories this weekend, including a 2-1 win over No. 22 Georgetown on Sunday afternoon. The Golden Eagles (8-3-2 overall, 5-0-0 Big East)...

Mountaineers seek revenge after MU ended its Big East title hopes last year

Michael LoCicero

September 23, 2010

Preseason polls, in essence, mean nothing. If you simply take what the Big East coaches said, the Marquette-West Virginia women’s soccer game tonight at Valley Fields will crown the champion of the American Division, and the...

Women’s soccer perfect in conference

Michael LoCicero

September 21, 2010

Freshman midfielder Taylor Madigan’s second collegiate goal was the difference in Marquette’s 2-1 victory at South Florida on Friday night as the Golden Eagles opened Big East play on the right foot. Madigan’s goal came...

Women’s Soccer aims for greatness

Michael LoCicero

September 2, 2010

Evolving. That was the word that senior midfielder Julia Victor used to describe the 2010 Marquette women’s soccer team, one that enters the campaign predicted to win the American Division of the Big East Conference. “We’re...

Women’s soccer split matches with Big 10 foes

Michael LoCicero

April 27, 2010

The Marquette women’s soccer team closed out its spring season Saturday afternoon with a 1-0 loss to Illinois and a 2-0 win over Purdue. The loss was the Golden Eagles’ first of the spring season, which they finished 6-1-1. For ...

Superb spring season concludes in Champaign

Tim Kraft

April 22, 2010

When the Marquette women’s soccer team completed its spring opening weekend in Texas, it appeared not much had changed since the fall. The Golden Eagles played two hard-fought, low-scoring matches in the Lone Star State...

Women deny Badgers, Blue Demons

Michael LoCicero

April 20, 2010

Blustery conditions couldn’t stop the red-hot Marquette women’s soccer team from blowing away its two opponents Saturday afternoon at Valley Fields. The Golden Eagles closed out a four-game home stand with a 5-0 shellacking...

Golden Eagles top Nebraska, blast UWM

Mike Nelson

April 13, 2010

There’s that old saying that the early bird gets the worm. Well, the early bird was the Marquette women’s soccer team and the worm consisted of victories over Nebraska (2-1) and Wisconsin-Milwaukee (4-0) at Valley Fields on Sunday. ...

WOMEN’S SOCCER BRIEF: Team to top of American division

Nick Bullock

October 20, 2009

The Marquette women’s soccer team started its season-ending road trip on the right note, defeating Cincinnati, 1-0, Friday, and then coming out on top against Louisville, 2-0, Sunday. The Golden Eagles (11-4-2, 5-2-2 Big...

Golden Eagles unable to pull out close games

Tim Kraft

September 29, 2009

There is one aspect in sports that fans get on their seats for but that athletes cringe about: a close game. In these close games, the better team does not always prevail. Sometimes one team dominates an athletic competition,...

Women’s soccer ‘hungry’ for a shot at Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Nick Bullock

September 3, 2009

There is a reason sports teams have starting lineups. These players are typically the best on the team and therefore warrant the most playing time. Some coaches see value in having a reserve of starter quality that can step up...