Marquette Wire

SCHMIDT: All hail Gonyo, Athlete of the Year

Erik Schmidt

May 5, 2011

Sports at Marquette can be a bit schizophrenic. Just when you think you have a handle on what’s going on, things go all Jekyll and Hyde and take an unexpected turn. This year, the script was flipped so fast it nearly took...

SEEMAN: Golden Eagles soar in Germany, Spain

Tim Seeman

February 1, 2011

To the average American sports fan, it wouldn't seem like there are many options for collegiate volleyball players looking to stay involved in the sport. Even to me, a person who's (kind of) paid for (sort of) knowing about sp...

End of the road for Klingsporn, Gonyo

Andrei Greska

December 2, 2010

It’s over. No more grueling practices. No more pre-game jitters. No more crushing defeats. Most importantly, though, no more glory. The end of a season is tough for any player. Having given blood, sweat and tears day after...

MU-UW Live Blog

Andrei Greska

November 16, 2010

Join Michael LoCicero, Tim Seeman and Andrei Greska as we blog along for the MU-UW game! Click Here...

Eagles want to wear the crown

Mark Strotman

November 11, 2010

The Marquette women’s volleyball team (20-7, 10-2 Big East) has a chance to wrap up its first ever Big East championship at home this weekend. The only thing standing in its way: showdowns against the top two teams in the conf...

Gonyo, Mattai extinguish Flames

Andrei Greska

November 4, 2010

In basketball, having a dominant inside presence is one of the greatest assets a team can have. Not only will dominant post players put points up and clean house on the boards, but they will make defenses collapse to honestly...

Can’t touch this

Andrei Greska

November 2, 2010

Those who read ESPN’s national columnist Bill Simmons will be familiar with the Ewing theory. For those unfamiliar with Simmons and his writing, the Ewing theory is the claim that when a team’s “superstar” player goes...

Nothing gentle about Gonyo

Andrei Greska

October 26, 2010

On the court, there is nothing gentile about this giant. At 6-feet-4-inches, senior middle hitter Rabbecka Gonyo towers over teammates, who happen to be pretty tall themselves. She pounds the ball into the ground with force...

Bond Squad Blocks Back Attacks

Andrei Greska

October 12, 2010

Freshman defensive specialist Julie Jeziorowski launched a wicked float serve that danced up and down as it passed over the net. The Connecticut defender had trouble adjusting to the flight pattern and ended up feebly passing it...

Beyer blasts past Pennsylvania foes

Andrei Greska

October 5, 2010

The Marquette women’s volleyball team had a fever, but all it needed was a little more Ashley Beyer. The junior outside hitter solidified her role as the team’s most valuable player this weekend, returning from injury that...

Marquette volleyball takes third at Marquette Invitational

Andrei Greska

September 14, 2010

It was a weekend of firsts for the Marquette women’s volleyball team as it played, lost and then won its first home games in the Marquette/Milwaukee Invitational. Throughout it all, it was their first contact­—a volleyball term for the first time your team touches t...

Volleyball brief

Andrei Greska

September 8, 2010

The Marquette women’s volleyball team dropped two of three matches in California this weekend to fall to 3-3 on the season. The Golden Eagles split their two games in the Stanford Invitational, beating UC-Irvine before losing...