Marquette Wire

Marquette Men’s Soccer: Three defenders added to roster

Matt Trebby

February 16, 2012

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Last season, Marquette had to deal with injuries galore having its depth pushed to the limit, especially on defense. Coach Louis Bennett said the program has added great depth with this year’s recruiting class adding three defenders....

TREBBY: Mallace changed everything for MU

Matt Trebby

January 19, 2012

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Calum Mallace’s time at Marquette can be best described by one word: “change.” As an All-State player in Minnesota and an All-Region selection, Mallace was one of the more decorated recruits in the Midwest when he starte...

Marquette men’s soccer: Bode successfully transitioned from player to coach

Mike Nelson

October 11, 2011

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The player-coach relationship is unique, to say the least. The closest semblance to it is the relationship between parents and their children. It’s a relationship of trust, and a relationship with a clear hierarchy: coach...

2011 recruiting class has international flavor

Mike Nelson

February 15, 2011

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The Marquette men’s soccer team announced it signed four players to its recruiting class for the 2011 season, including three international players. The recruit with the best chance to see significant playing time, according...

Keeping opponents in ‘Check’

Mike Nelson

October 12, 2010

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Athletic? Check. Stable? Check. A winner? David Check. At the heart of Marquette’s six game unbeaten streak has been a “crazy kid” between the pipes, as redshirt sophomore David Check referred to his childhood self. In 10 starts this season, Check has posted five...

Dark knight shines on the soccer field

Mike Nelson

September 28, 2010

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Batman is a superhero who has no real special super power, but is blessed with an enormous amount of financial resources. When freshman midfielder Eric Pothast was a child, that was his favorite superhero. His Batman ambitions...

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...

Battle for Wisconsin braggin’ rights

David Peltz

April 8, 2010

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After the 3-0 defeat to professional team NSC Minnesota, the Marquette men's soccer team plays in-state rivals Wisconsin-Parkside and Wisconsin-Whitewater in a double-header exhibition Saturday at Valley Fields. "They were a very good tea...

Men’s soccer competes with the pros

David Peltz

March 25, 2010

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The Marquette men’s soccer team will kick the snow off its cleats and head out to Minnesota this weekend to take on USSF D2 Pro League side NSC Minnesota. The game will be Marquette’s second in its spring season and will look to co...

Men’s soccer falls 1-0 to West Virginia

David Peltz

October 3, 2009

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The Marquette men’s soccer team suffered a frustrating 1-0 loss to West Virginia Saturday night at Valley Fields. The Golden Eagles created few chances in the game and earned three yellow cards, two of which went to midfielder...

Freshman comes back from injury with eye for goal

David Peltz

September 22, 2009

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For many athletes, recovering from injury can be a difficult journey. Many fail to return to their original skill level, but for some, they come back and prove their athleticism. The latter proved to be the case for freshman Adam...

Men’s soccer redshirts provide needed boost

David Peltz

August 30, 2009

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The Marquette men’s soccer team finished its preseason with a 4-2 win over Kentucky Friday afternoon at Valley Fields. The win earned the Golden Eagles an undefeated preseason after a draw against Valparaiso and an overtime...