Marquette Wire

Marquette Men’s Soccer: Winner of Louisville, Providence awaits

Mike Nelson

November 3, 2011

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Hosting a Big East Championship quarterfinal game was a goal of the Marquette men’s soccer team (9-7-2, 6-2-0 Big East) all season. On Sunday, that goal will become a reality. The men will battle the No. 15/14 Louisville Cardinals (10-5-2, 3-4-2 ...

GRESKA: Bennett’s redemption

Andrei Greska

November 1, 2011

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“I can be wrong. I am allowed that luxury.” With those words, former columnist Nick Bullock and my former editor, launched a 610 word tirade in a column on Nov. 6, 2008 against men’s soccer coach Louis Bennett, culminat...

GRESKA: Who is the fairest of them all?

Andrei Greska

October 18, 2011

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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...

Men’s Soccer Brief

Trey Killian

October 12, 2010

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The Marquette men’s soccer team rallied to a 2-2 double overtime draw at Pittsburgh Saturday to improve to 4-3-4 overall. Things weren’t looking good early in Indianola, Pa., for the Golden Eagles’ unbeaten streak. Marquette,...

Valley Fields gets a makeover

Mark Strotman

August 30, 2010

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Men’s soccer coach Louis Bennett admitted sometimes the atmosphere at Valley Fields feels like his team is playing at just a soccer field rather than its actual home venue. That will soon change, as construction has begu...

Pyzdrowski’s boots tough to fill

Michael LoCicero

May 4, 2010

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The challenge Marquette’s goalkeeper coach Stan Anderson faces this fall will be a daunting one: how to replace a goalkeeper who ranks among the school’s all-time statistical leaders and has been the backbone of the team for...

Men’s soccer takes third at Wisconsin DI Spring Cup

Andrei Greska

April 27, 2010

Filed under Sports

When it comes to penalty kicks, it’s just you and the goalie out there. No defense, no referees, no teammates. You have no one to lean on for support and no one to blame if things go wrong. On a wet and blistery day at Valley F...

Set for success

Andrei Greska

March 23, 2010

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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...

GROVER: Professional Pyz

Eric Grover

March 2, 2010

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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...