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Marquette Men’s Soccer: High expectations as Big East season arrives

Matt Trebby

September 20, 2012

As the UEFA Champions League starts up again, in coach Louis Bennett’s mind, the Champions League of college soccer is about to return as well. The Big East has five teams in the top 14 of the NSCAA Coaches Poll, with four of those in the Marquette's Blue Division. Every team in the conference brings a uni...

Women’s Big East Notebook 3-8-12

Michael Wottreng

March 8, 2012

Geno Auriemma the Fastest Coach to 800 Wins with Huskies Title Notre Dame proved to be the best regular season team in the Big East, winning the regular season title by two games. But it was Connecticut that proved to be the...

Marquette Men’s Basketball: Huge second half sparks victory over DePaul

Michael LoCicero

February 7, 2012

Marquette used one of its better second halves of basketball this season to fuel a comeback for an 89-76 win over DePaul in Rosemont Monday night. The Golden Eagles (20-5, 9-3 Big East) outscored the Blue Demons 49-33 in the second half, and shot 5...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Trey Killian

February 24, 2011

Player of the Week: Kayla Alexander, Syracuse The sophomore center led the Orange to two crucial wins over No. -/22 St. John’s and Cincinnati last week. Against the Red Storm on Saturday, Alexander helped her team to a 78...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Trey Killian

February 17, 2011

Game of the Week: No. 8/8 Notre Dame vs. No. 2/2 Connecticut, Feb. 19, 1 p.m. Both the Huskies and the Irish rolled last week. Connecticut (25-1, 12-0 Big East) beat Providence 68-38 on Feb. 12 and No. 14/12 Oklahoma 86-45 o...

Big East Women’s Notebook

Trey Killian

January 27, 2011

Player of the Week: Sugar Rodgers After a disappointing blowout loss to Notre Dame 80-58 last week, Georgetown had lost two of its three conference matchups. Its one win came in a less-than-stellar performance against Providence, 4...

DePaul has men’s tennis’ number once again

Michael LoCicero

April 29, 2010

The Marquette men’s tennis team’s season ended much sooner than expected with a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to DePaul in the Big East Championships Friday afternoon at the Leeper Park Tennis Center in South Bend, Ind. The Golden...

Women’s soccer has something to prove

Michael LoCicero

April 15, 2010

After returning home to the friendly confines of Valley Fields last weekend, the Marquette women’s soccer team will battle what it calls two “natural” rivals in spring games against DePaul and Wisconsin this weekend. Spring...

DePaul uses size to edge Marquette

Andrei Greska

February 23, 2010

Marquette basketball, both men’s and women’s, has a bad habit of looking up to opposing teams. It’s not that they admire the other team, it’s just that opponents are almost always taller than the Golden Eagles and Marq...

Women’s basketball look to bounce back against DePaul

Andrei Greska

February 18, 2010

One good half does not make a good game. The Marquette women's basketball team has an opportunity to show it has learned a lesson this weekend after losing to Louisville, 77-61, Tuesday night despite being down only one at...

Marquette tops DePaul, splits season series

David Peltz

February 4, 2010

The Marquette men’s basketball team defeated DePaul 80-69 Wednesday night at the Bradley Center. The victory marked the third in a row for the Golden Eagles, who failed to beat the Blue Demons in their last meeting Jan. 20...

Volleyball’s passing problem

Andrei Greska

November 10, 2009

No matter the sport, coaches always stress fundamentals as the keys to success, a concept that seems to elude many players. The Marquette women’s volleyball team learned the value of fundamentals the hard way this weekend when it experienced firsth...