Marquette Wire

TBT Preview: Golden Eagles Alumni prepare to play for $2 million

John Steppe, Assistant Sports Editor

July 13, 2017

Filed under Men's Basketball, Sports

via GIPHY A year ago, the Golden Eagles Alumni (GEA) came three games short of bringing home $2 million in The Basketball Tournament, losing to Always a Brave in the regional championship. “They blame me for it be...

Where Are They Now: Jerel McNeal

Matt Trebby

September 18, 2012

Filed under Sports

Making a living as a professional basketball player outside the NBA can take you all over the world. Since leaving Marquette as the school's all-time leading scorer, Jerel McNeal is well traveled. McNeal graduated in 2009,...

Boulieris’ name among the greats at MU

Andrei Greska

February 16, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

You may not know it, but senior tennis player Niko Boulieris and professional basketball player Jerel McNeal have a lot in common. They both hail from the Land of Lincoln, both were an integral part of their respective teams all four ye...

Buzz strikes juco gold again with Johnson-Odom

Tim Kraft

December 10, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

It’s no doubt senior forward Lazar Hayward is the most talented player for Marquette. But what happens when he has an off night? Jimmy Butler has played well as his wingman, but that’s simply not enough support. The question...

GROVER: Three’s a crowd

Eric Grover

September 29, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

Anyone want to hire me? Hardworking, dependable journalism student looking for a decent job. Pay: negotiable. Potential employers, I’m doing my Tupac impression here. Hoping you listen, I catch you paying attention to my amb...

Column: For Love of the Game

Erik Schmidt

September 3, 2009

Filed under Featured, Sports

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...