Marquette Wire

Where are they Now: Calum Mallace

Trey Killian

August 27, 2012

One of the greatest players in Marquette men's soccer history is just getting started in the professional ranks. Calum Mallace was drafted by the Montreal Impact as the 20th overall pick in the 2012 MLS SuperDraft, becoming...

Marquette Men’s Soccer: Mallace getting used to professional life in Montreal

Matt Trebby

May 3, 2012

In October, Calum Mallace was leading Marquette to a conference championship as the Big East Midfielder of the Year. In January, he was picked in the MLS Superdraft by the Montreal Impact with the first selection of the second round. Now, his focus is breaking into the Impact lineup...

Top 10 Storylines in the world of Marquette sports for 2011-’12

Michael LoCicero

May 3, 2012

This past year in Marquette sports is one that won’t soon be forgotten. Choosing the 10 best moments proved to be a tall order, and many worthy stories had to be left out. Without further ado, here are the top stories that stole...

TREBBY: Mallace changed everything for MU

Matt Trebby

January 19, 2012

Calum Mallace’s time at Marquette can be best described by one word: “change.” As an All-State player in Minnesota and an All-Region selection, Mallace was one of the more decorated recruits in the Midwest when he starte...

TREBBY: Five best moments of historic men’s soccer season

Matt Trebby

November 17, 2011

This season's Marquette men’s soccer team changed the way people view the program. The team won the Big East Blue Division and is on track for even greater success in the future, as all but four seniors will return from this year’s squad next fall. Though narrowly missing out on the NCAA Tou...

Men’s Soccer: Road ends for Big East Blue Division champions

Mike Nelson

November 8, 2011

With one piece of individual brilliance, Marquette’s Big East Championship tournament run ended in the quarterfinals with a 1-0 loss to the No. 15 Louisville Cardinals (12-5-2, 5-4-2 Big East) at Valley Fields Sunday. Louisville senior f...

Marquette Men’s Soccer: Golden Eagles soar to first Big East title

Mike Nelson

November 1, 2011

When the last second ticked off the game clock of Marquette’s 1-0 victory over Pittsburgh Saturday night, coach Louis Bennett finally achieved what he hadn’t done since arriving at Marquette five seasons ago: bring a conference championship to Mar...

Marquette Men’s Soccer: UConn downs MU 3-0

October 27, 2011

If the No. 5/2 Connecticut Huskies wanted an opportunity to win the Big East’s Blue Division, they had to beat the Marquette Golden Eagles (8-7-2, 6-2-0 Big East) at Joseph Morrone Stadium on Wednesday night in Storrs, Conn. They...

Marquette Men’s soccer: Team is ready for first Big East title

Mike Nelson

October 25, 2011

No pressure, Marquette. On Wednesday, the men’s soccer team (8-6-2, 6-1-0 Big East) travels to No. 1/1 Connecticut (13-1-2, 4-1-2 Big East) to battle for the top spot in the Blue Division of the Big East. Marquett...

Marquette Men’s Soccer: On the Big East leader board

Mike Nelson

October 18, 2011

Prior to this season, the Marquette men’s soccer team (7-5-2, 5-0-0 Big East) never had more than 10 players score a goal in one season during Louis Bennett’s five full seasons as the head coach. This week, the team stepped over that line with two kicks. The first, in ...

Marquette Men’s Soccer: Nortey leads MU to 3-2 victory over Syracuse

Special to the Tribune

September 25, 2011

Watching freshman midfielder James “C.” Nortey move around the 18-yard box, it’s difficult to think he was not born to score goals. His work speaks for itself. Nortey’s two goals, including the game winner in the...

Men’s Soccer: Back line becoming more defined

Mike Nelson

September 20, 2011

Defense wins championships. Thus far in the season, however, the Marquette men’s soccer team (2-4-1) has not had the continuity needed to form a strong backline, having had to juggle its lineup as it continued to deal with injuries. Overall, 10 players have spent time on the backline. ...