Marquette Wire

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

Michael LoCicero

November 20, 2012

Filed under Sports

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

Filed under Sports

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....

Men’s Soccer: Marquette gets No. 7 seed in NCAA Tournament

Matt Trebby

November 13, 2012

Filed under Editors' Picks, Sports

After winning 16 games this season, Marquette had the luxury of enjoying the NCAA Selection Show on Monday afternoon. “Last year we were all sitting in the locker room in quiet,” junior midfielder Eric Pothast said. “This...

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

Michael LoCicero

November 8, 2012

Filed under Sports

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...

Golden Eagles host Illinois State in first round of NCAA Tournament

Michael LoCicero

November 5, 2012

Filed under Sports

Marquette earned a No. 4 seed and will host Illinois State (13-4-2) in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at 7 p.m. Friday night at Valley Fields. The Redbirds won the Missouri Valley conference, going 4-2 in the regular...

Men’s Big East Notebook

Michael Wottreng

March 27, 2012

Filed under Sports

Pitino remains perfect against Donovan as Cards go to New Orleans When the brackets came out, Louisville was a trendy upset pick. The first match-up of the tournament for the Cardinals was against an experienced Davidson team. ...

Men’s Big East Notebook

Michael Wottreng

March 20, 2012

Filed under Sports

Four Big East teams advance to the Sweet 16 Last year, people knocked the Big East Conference for only placing two teams in the Sweet 16 after placing nine teams in the field of 68. This year, the conference again placed nin...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: Penn State will test backline

Michael LoCicero

November 17, 2011

Filed under Featured, Sports

The Marquette women’s soccer team (18-3-0) will soon find out what kind of team it is on a neutral field against an opponent that is nearly equal, both statistically and mentally. Penn State (20-4-0) enters its secon...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: One down and onto the next round

Michael LoCicero

November 15, 2011

Filed under Featured, Sports

Survive and advance. That is the mantra for any team, no matter who the opponent is come tournament time. That is exactly what the Marquette women’s soccer team (18-3-0) did Saturday night with its 1-0 overtime victory ag...

Marquette Women’s Soccer: First round of NCAA Tournament at the Valley

Michael LoCicero

November 8, 2011

Filed under Featured, Sports

The Marquette women’s soccer team (17-3-0) will host Toledo (14-6-2) Saturday evening in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, marking the second consecutive season the Golden Eagles will host the Mid-American Conference champi...

GROVER: Greatest season ever

Eric Grover

April 6, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

Lloyd Christmas hates goodbyes, and so do I. It’s the end of another college basketball season. Hey, at least it’s open season at Miller Park now. For the next six months, if you need me, look in Dodgers 3 parking lot. But it would be wrong to not look back...

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...