Marquette Wire

TREBBY: Finding the Right 68, No Matter the Conference

Matt Trebby

March 8, 2012

Teams like Connecticut, Northwestern and Seton Hall do not deserve to be participants in the NCAA Tournament this March. There is no way Connecticut, who finished 8-10 in the Big East and is currently 20-12 overall, should be ...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Michael Wottreng

February 23, 2012

Connecticut’s 99 Game Home Winning Streak Snapped The second-ranked Connecticut Huskies lost to unranked St. John’s in Storrs, Conn., on Saturday marking the first time in 19 years (261 games) that Connecticut (25-3, 12-2 Big ...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Michael LoCicero

February 9, 2012

You play to win the game, right? Through 10 Big East games for both teams, Pittsburgh (8-15) and Seton Hall (7-17) have a combined record of 0-20. So the question is: Who will win first? A few weeks ago, the answer ...

Men’s Big East Notebook- Jan. 17 edition

Michael LoCicero

January 17, 2012

Who is the second-best team in the Big East right now? Cincinnati (14-4, 4-1 Big East) Case: The Bearcats are the only team besides Syracuse with less than two losses in conference play. The Bearcats won at Georgetown 68-64...

MU shipwrecks Seton Hall 73-64

Trey Killian

February 20, 2011

Marquette kept its NCAA tournament hopes alive and helped honor retiring University President the Rev. Robert A. Wild with a 73-64 win over Seton Hall Saturday night. The Golden Eagles (16-11, 7-7 Big East) had five players...

SCHMIDT: Seton Hall Pirates are marked men

Erik Schmidt

February 17, 2011

When the men's basketball schedule was released before the season started, nobody with all their marbles circled Seton Hall on Feb. 19. Oh, how things have changed. After an uninspired 12-point loss at home to St. John's...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Michael LoCicero

February 4, 2010

When Georgetown suffered its first conference defeat Jan. 27 on the road to Marquette, many teams would take that as an excuse to simply concede the Big East title to Connecticut. However, the Hoyas rebounded with a huge 59-50...

Women’s volleyball ends winless drought

Andrei Greska

October 6, 2009

Confidence is a strange thing in sports. You have too much of it and you run the risk of becoming overconfident and getting cut down by weaker opposition. Yet having too little confidence is a recipe for defeat. A team must ...

Sloan sets pace up top for Marquette

Nick Bullock

October 6, 2009

Rachael Sloan, the sophomore forward and leading scorer for the Marquette women’s soccer team, is fast. But in soccer, like in every sport, physical ability can only get an athlete so far. There was perhaps no better ex...

Women take down Seton Hall 3-0

Nick Bullock

October 4, 2009

It took the Marquette women’s soccer team just 13 minutes and 57 seconds to get on the board in its 3-0 victory Sunday against Seton Hall. Seton Hall (4-7-1, 0-4-1 Big East) was far from the toughest competitor Marquette...

Women’s volleyball hosts Dig Pink event

Andrei Greska

October 1, 2009

The Marquette women’s volleyball team looks to right the ship as it welcomes Seton Hall and Rutgers to the Al McGuire Center this weekend. “At home you just have that natural fan base with everybody supporting you and c...