Marquette Wire

EDITORIAL: MU can learn from Notre Dame’s crisis mismanagement

January 22, 2013

Filed under Editorials, Editors' Picks, Viewpoints

The hoax surrounding Notre Dame linebacker and Heisman Trophy finalist Manti Te’o’s nonexistent girlfriend has dominated headlines this past week. The story, originally broken by Gawker Media’s sports blog Deadspin, can...

Marquette Track and Field: Tyler O’Brien – ‘The Little Red-Headed Kid That Was Really Fast’

Christopher Chavez

April 12, 2012

Filed under Sports

When senior Tyler O’Brien arrived on Marquette’s campus as a freshman in the fall of 2007, he looked to make a statement about his potential as a runner early on. Five years later, O’Brien has cemented a legacy with his...

Club sports: Size a question for MU Rugby at start of spring season

Christopher Chavez

March 27, 2012

Filed under Featured, Sports

Marquette’s club rugby team kicked off its 2012 spring season under the Friday night lights at Valley Fields as it took down crosstown rivals Milwaukee School of Engineering by a score of 29-5 despite soggy conditions. During the spr...

TREBBY: Pothast-a-Plenty for MU soccer

Matt Trebby

February 16, 2012

Filed under Featured, Sports

I've always had a good relationship with my brother. If you know both of us (as few of you probably do), you'd know we're complete polar opposites. He is a pretty quiet guy, and I’m loud, on the annoying or obnoxious side a lot of the time (as many of you probably know). We would always...

TREBBY: Williams and Pilarz only sure things in uncertain times

Matt Trebby

December 8, 2011

Filed under Featured, Sports

With conference implosions lingering in the shadows, the next year or so is going to be one of the most important in the history of Marquette athletics. It’s unfortunate that it comes with a whole bunch of unknowns. What ...

GRESKA: Who is the fairest of them all?

Andrei Greska

October 18, 2011

Filed under Featured, Sports

Growing up, I never quite believed it when my parents, or parents in general, said they loved all their children the same. Imposssible. It’s human nature to pick favorites, and that includes kids. Lately though, my views...

City reaps benefits of hosting NCAAs

Tim Seeman

March 23, 2010

Filed under Featured, News

Marquette's first-round ousting from the NCAA tournament may have left fans with sour tastes in their mouths, but Milwaukee still had a solid showing in the opening rounds of this year's March Madness. The Bradley Center sold out all six games it hosted — four on Frid...

GROVER: Professional Pyz

Eric Grover

March 2, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

When Matt Pyzdrowski was a kid, like so many others, he wanted to be a professional athlete. Unlike so many others, he actually is one, now. Growing up in Chicago, he had dreams of the baseball field and the basketball court. But when Matt entered high scho...

Constructing an image

Caroline Campbell

December 1, 2009

Filed under Featured

Billy Von Reuden is extremely conscious of the amount of food he consumes. Von Reuden, a senior in the College of Health Sciences, is a member of the Marquette men’s soccer team. And as an athlete in a high-endurance sp...

Marquette Athletics forms partnership with AirTran Airways

Kaellen Hessel

November 12, 2009

Filed under News

The Golden Eagles will be flying high this season — with AirTran Airways. On Tuesday, AirTran announced it will be the presenting sponsor for Marquette Athletics and a premier corporate partner of the university. Marquette...