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Big men feast on Division III opponent

Andrei Greska

November 9, 2010

It’s one game. Actually, it's less than a game, since it won’t even go on the final win-loss record, so it is premature to draw too many assumptions. Yet, as is the case with all things Marquette men’s basketball, it has to be analyzed and reanalyzed. Marquette beat Division I...

Golden Eagles take on Bulls in crucial Big East match

Tim Kraft

February 11, 2010

In recent years, the South Florida Bulls have been the laughing stock of the Big East Conference. Last season the Bulls finished with a horrific 9-22 overall record and went 4-14 in Big East play. In the past two seasons, they ...

Golden Eagles drop another close one at Syracuse, host Rutgers Tuesday

Tim Kraft

January 26, 2010

As of late, the Marquette men’s basketball season could be compared to a bad joke told over and over again. Nearly every Big East game has been a hard-fought battle decided in the last seconds. And nearly every game has gon...

Buycks stepping up for Golden Eagles

Nick Bullock

November 24, 2009

With 3:54 remaining in the Marquette men’s basketball team’s Nov. 17 defeat of Maryland Eastern Shore, senior forward Lazar Hayward barreled in from the top of the key for a monstrous dunk. Following that game, Hayward laughe...

Buycks’ double-double leads MU over Grambling St.

Tim Kraft

November 22, 2009

Behind a double-double from Dwight Buycks, the Marquette Golden Eagles improved to 3-0 after defeating Grambling State 87-41 Saturday night. Buycks scored 10 points, pulled down 10 rebounds and dished out seven assists in his third career start as a Golden ...

Strong second half pushes Marquette to victory

Nick Bullock

November 17, 2009

It was another slow start for the Marquette men’s basketball team, but the Golden Eagles, led by senior Lazar Hayward, defeated Maryland Eastern Shore Tuesday night, 86-60. The Hawks were able to keep things close until ...

New-look Golden Eagles pass first test

Tim Kraft

November 10, 2009

There was something missing in the Bradley Center Saturday afternoon. It wasn’t scoring — Marquette did plenty of that by pouring in 106 points. It wasn’t rebounding — the Golden Eagles dominated both ends on the glass. I...

Men’s basketball dominates MSOE

Nick Bullock

November 7, 2009

The Marquette men’s basketball team handled the MSOE Raiders as a superior team should, running away with the 106-47 victory in the team’s first and only exhibition game Saturday at the Bradley Center. With six new faces...

Eric vs. Erik: Men’s basketball debate

Erik Schmidt

November 5, 2009

Welcome to the second round of Eric vs. Erik. Today, your favorite columnists are locked in an epic debate over the men's basketball team. Begin. Erik Schmidt: All three judges had me taking the first debate 30-27. This time I'm just going to finish you off and punch you a one-way ...

GROVER: Melodramatic madness

Eric Grover

October 20, 2009

Once upon a time, Madness took place at midnight. The NCAA had strict rules on when the first basketball practices of the season could start, so many teams would practice at exactly midnight on that day so they could literal...

Cadougan likely out for season

Nick Bullock

September 22, 2009

The 2009-’10 Marquette men’s basketball season was always expected to be something of a rebuilding season. However, with a talented crop of incoming freshman, a senior on the edge of stardom and a Big East that saw many...

Cadougan out four to six months

Tim Kraft

September 18, 2009

According to a Marquette press release, men's basketball player Junior Cadougan suffered an injury to his Achilles tendon, likely putting an end to his 2009-10 season. The freshman point guard was injured during team conditioning...