Marquette Wire

Valley Fields – Renovations to be Completed in October

Kyle Doubrava

August 29, 2013

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Valley Fields, the home to Marquette men’s and women’s soccer and lacrosse teams, will complete its renovations in early October, according to an email from Marquette Athletics. The complex, built in 1993 and located on Can...

Women’s soccer looks for fifth straight conference title

Kyle Doubrava

August 29, 2013

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With 17 straight winning seasons, five NCAA Tournament appearances in a row and four consecutive Big East American Division titles, it’s safe to say the Marquette women’s soccer team has had its share of success. Ra...

No. 22 Portland knocks off Golden Eagles in opener

August 24, 2013

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By Claire Delman Special to the Tribune Under a beautiful sunset at Merlo Field in Portland, Ore. the No. 14 Marquette women's soccer team opened the 2013 campaign against No. 22 University of Portland Pilots for the first ti...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: Another year for the record books

Michael LoCicero

November 29, 2012

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Coach Markus Roeders likes to acknowledge that he never knows exactly what team he is going to get from year to year, but one thing was certain about this Marquette team: it won and won often. Although the Golden Eagle...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: Season ends on penalty kicks at BYU

Michael LoCicero

November 20, 2012

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Marquette’s season ended in a brutal way Saturday night when BYU advanced 6-5 on penalty kicks after the teams played a scoreless 110 minutes of regulation and overtime in Provo, Utah. The Golden Eagles had a chance to ...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: A shot at the Sweet 16 and beyond awaits MU

Michael LoCicero

November 15, 2012

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It wasn’t necessarily the matchup it was expecting, but Marquette will take on Princeton this afternoon in the second round of the NCAA Tournament in Provo, Utah, at 4 p.m. Marquette knocked off Illinois State, 3-0 last Friday and advanced to the second round for the third straight year....

Marquette Women’s Soccer: Marquette notches 16th shutout, moves to second round

Kyle Doubrava

November 13, 2012

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Although the NCAA Tournament is all too familiar territory for the Marquette women's soccer team, the Golden Eagles didn't feel any less satisfied in their 3-0 win over Illinois State Friday night. Seeded No. 4 in its region, Ma...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: Offensively potent Redbirds head to Milwaukee

Michael LoCicero

November 8, 2012

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Hosting an NCAA Tournament game is an accomplishment in itself. A lot of soccer programs will never even have that opportunity. Hosting an NCAA Tournament game for the third straight season is even more special. That’s...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: First Big East tournament title still surreal for Golden Eagles

Michael LoCicero

November 6, 2012

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Coach Markus Roeders said it was tough to put into words how it felt to win a Big East Tournament championship. It’s hard to blame him. For the first time since joining the Big East in 2005, Marquette can call itself regu...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: Tournament nemesis Notre Dame on tap for Friday’s semifinal

Michael LoCicero

November 1, 2012

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A spot in the Big East Tournament championship will be on the line when Marquette takes on Notre Dame Friday at 11 a.m. in East Hartford, Conn. The Golden Eagles are trying to advance to the championship for the first t...