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Marquette Women’s Volleyball: Beyer continues MU’s success in the professional ranks

Michael Wottreng

April 26, 2012

The Al McGuire Center has had its fair share of spectacular athletes walk its halls, but there is one type that stands out above the rest. It’s the person wearing gold around their neck, not just on their shirts or pants. Marquette legend Dwyane Wade won a gold medal in the 2008 Ol...

TREBBY: We’ll be partying like it’s 2003

Matt Trebby

March 22, 2012

When Jae Crowder hit a 3-pointer against Murray State last Saturday afternoon to give Marquette a late six-point lead, I got a feeling of confidence and inevitability that I have only gotten once before in my life. That wa...

TREBBY: Marquette’s own Fab Five

Matt Trebby

February 9, 2012

After the men’s basketball game against DePaul on Monday night, I thought about where seniors Darius Johnson-Odom and Jae Crowder will go down in the annals of Marquette history. It’s difficult to say how well the duo ...

TREBBY: Leave Crean Alone

Matt Trebby

January 26, 2012

Buzz Williams is in his fourth year as head coach of the men's basketball team at Marquette, and most are just focusing on the present and how the team is currently tied for second in the Big East. But, on Tuesday night, as I ...

PHOTO SPOTLIGHT: Marquette Madness in action

October 15, 2011

Marquette Madness provided a spectacle with three point contests with fans, scrimmages with NBA players,karaoke with coach Buzz Williams and games with the Marquette men's and women's basketball teams. If you didn't catch the...

GRESKA: Five ways to put the ‘mad’ back in Marquette Madness

Andrei Greska

October 11, 2011

It’s time. There have been exactly 200 basketball-less nights and days at Marquette. In three more, however, life will be breathed back into campus. Marquette Madness, the annual celebration commemorating the start of the...

GRESKA: #bringwadetomadness

Andrei Greska

September 27, 2011

This is not another “why doesn’t Marquette have a football team” column. There have been enough of those. As awesome as it would be to have someone to root for on Saturday afternoons without having to betray the essence of b...

GRESKA: Eight Simple Rules for Being a Marquette Fan

Andrei Greska

August 29, 2011

Former Marquette men's basketball coach Al McGuire was famously quoted as saying, “The best thing about freshmen is that they become sophomores.” As you will soon find out, when Al speaks, you listen. So perk up class of...

SCHMIDT: Wade’s fall from grace

Erik Schmidt

December 9, 2010

If Dwyane Wade hadn’t explicitly pointed out his banner dangling from the Bradley Center rafters to teammate LeBron James, you would have figured he forgot where he came from. The 25 points, five assists and career-high 14 rebou...

Sports Sideshow

Tim Seeman

December 2, 2010

That didn't take long. We've barely flipped the calendar to December and the Miami Heat are already doing what most people hoped they would after they signed LeBron James and Chris Bosh to flank Dwyane Wade this summer: crumbling...

SCHMIDT: Marquette’s poster boy

Erik Schmidt

September 17, 2009

His name is Dwyane Tyrone Wade, first name spelled with the “y” before the “a” because he can do whatever he wants. Around here he’s bigger than Kanye’s ego. He’s won an NBA championship and an Olympic gold m...

Column: For Love of the Game

Erik Schmidt

September 3, 2009

Why are you a fan? Take your pick. Marquette’s athletic program has a tradition that runs deeper than Donald Trump’s pockets, so you’ve got a lot of options: 128 years of talent, titles, tattoos and tutelage. Now, if you’ve...