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Guide to gameday

Mark Strotman

November 4, 2010

Pre-game preparation: Whether it be in a dorm, an apartment or a house on campus, preparing for the game can be the most important part of gameday. Fans should start by printing their tickets in advance to avoid the hassle befor...

SCHMIDT: Life of Frozena

Erik Schmidt

November 4, 2010

With his hands on knees and his heart in his throat, senior guard Rob Frozena weathers himself for the storm. The hurricane blows across the practice court: coach Buzz Williams, a stocky, red-faced ball of fury, God’s wrath...

Basketball, Athletics’ big spender

Tim Seeman

October 12, 2010

Facetious news flash: Marquette is a basketball school. Even the most sports-oblivious person on campus doesn’t need to be told that, and people don’t have to look hard to see how important men’s basketball is to the...

Top recruit Juan Anderson commits to Marquette

Andrei Greska

October 6, 2010

With one 116 character tweet, the Marquette men’s basketball team officially landed its first recruit for the 2011-’12 season. Juan Anderson, a high school senior out of Castro Valley High School in California has verbally...

Men’s basketball pumps up

Mark Strotman

September 9, 2010

Basketball season may be two months away, but for the Marquette men's basketball team, preparation has been under way since the beginning of summer. Strength and conditioning coach Todd Smith has been working around the clock...

MU signs big man Gardner

Tim Kraft

May 3, 2010

With an already full roster for next season, the Marquette men’s basketball team signed yet another recruit for the 2010-’11 season Monday afternoon in Davante Gardner of King’s Fork High School in Virginia. Gardner,...

Set for success

Andrei Greska

March 23, 2010

The busted brackets, the office pools, the terrible Cinderella clichés. It's official, March Madness is here. The NCAA basketball tournament is the pinnacle of the college basketball season. All of the hours the player...

SCHMIDT: Lazar’s Legacy

Erik Schmidt

March 4, 2010

The moment came and went quietly, just like Lazar Hayward will when he plays his last game at Marquette sometime next month. For the man who has everything, the moment was fleeting. Just another milestone achieved, another reco...

GROVER: Early excitement from Golden Eagles

Eric Grover

December 1, 2009

Wasn’t this supposed to be a rebuilding year? For two and a half games, the Marquette Golden Eagles — a team that returned just one starter, was picked to finish 12th in the Big East this year and is short on depth (...