Marquette Wire

Men’s Big East Notebook

Michael Wottreng

February 28, 2012

Ten conference wins may not equate to NCAA Tournament berth Since the Big East went to an 18-game regular season schedule, 30 of 31 teams with at least ten conference wins have made the NCAA Tournament. The lone exception w...

Men’s Big East Notebook

Michael Wottreng

February 21, 2012

Historical season for South Florida could translate to NCAA Tournament bid South Florida guaranteed itself a winning Big East record for the first time in school history Sunday with a 56-47 victory at Pittsburgh. The Bulls (17-10...

Marquette Women’s Basketball: Team losing control during critical stretches

Trey Killian

February 14, 2012

The postseason clock is ticking for the Marquette women’s basketball team. After a 71-59 setback at No. 22 DePaul Sunday, the Golden Eagles sit at 4-7 in conference play, 13-11 overall and 12th in the Big East. Marquette was unable to hold on to a seven-point lead with 17:29 le...

Women’s Big East Notebook

Michael LoCicero

January 26, 2012

Rutgers can still make run at the Big East title The No. 11/12 Scarlet Knights (17-3, 6-1 Big East) responded to a 62-57 loss at St. John’s on Jan. 17 with wins at South Florida and at home against then-No. 21/19 DePaul (65...

Marquette Men’s Basketball: South Florida’s length could pose problems

Mark Strotman

January 24, 2012

The No. 17/18 Marquette Golden Eagles (16-4, 5-2 Big East), winners of four straight games, will look to extend their winning streak when they take on the South Florida Bulls tonight at the Bradley Center. Redshirt sophomore forward...

Men’s Big East Notebook

Michael LoCicero

January 24, 2012

Syracuse does not look like an elite team without Fab Melo The Orange suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday, a 67-58 setback at Notre Dame, after being forced to play without sophomore center Fab Melo because...

Marquette volleyball opens its Big East season on the road against USF

Andrei Greska

September 23, 2010

The Marquette women’s volleyball team prepares to open its Big East season after a challenging non-conference schedule that saw the Golden Eagles play the current No.1 team in the country, Stanford, as well as another top 15...

Women’s soccer perfect in conference

Michael LoCicero

September 21, 2010

Freshman midfielder Taylor Madigan’s second collegiate goal was the difference in Marquette’s 2-1 victory at South Florida on Friday night as the Golden Eagles opened Big East play on the right foot. Madigan’s goal came...

Kelly off to fast start

Michael LoCicero

September 16, 2010

Marquette’s freshman forward Maegan Kelly probably wouldn’t win many shouting matches. But as she has proven in just eight collegiate games, the soft-spoken Kelly will be a force on Marquette’s offensive attack for years to come. The younger sister of four-year l...

Eagles seeking revenge on Hawkeyes

Andrei Greska

March 25, 2010

After an 18-12 season in the fall, Bond Shymansky’s first as the Golden Eagles’ skipper, the Marquette women’s volleyball team is back in action.  Marquette’s spring season began last weekend as the Golden Eagles trav...

No such thing as a guarantee

Nick Bullock

February 16, 2010

Look back at some of the statistics from Marquette’s game against South Florida Saturday. South Florida held the advantage in rebounding (42-30), offensive rebounding (14-4), second-chance points (12-0) and points in the pa...

Golden Eagles top USF, win fifth straight

Tim Kraft

February 13, 2010

It wasn’t easy, or pretty for that matter, but the Marquette Golden Eagles captured their 16th win of the season by defeating South Florida 63-52 Saturday night. Lazar Hayward led all scorers with 18 points and hit 4-of-6 free thro...