Marquette Wire

Women’s Basketball Brief

Mike Nelson

November 30, 2010

Filed under Sports

Records are always meant to be broken, and unfortunately for members of the Marquette women’s basketball team, their winning streak was ended at five with a 63-61 loss at Creighton (3-2) on Sunday. It was the team’s first...

Second half surge

Trey Killian

November 23, 2010

Filed under Sports

College basketball is a game of two halves. No matter how well or how poorly a team starts a game, they always have a chance to regroup and rest between periods. Adjustments made at halftime can be the key to victory in a closely...

MU women’s basketball team handles Big Ten foe Michigan

Trey Killian

November 19, 2010

Filed under Sports

The Marquette women’s basketball team showed it can play with big conference teams in an impressive 63-49 win over Michigan. Senior guard Angel Robinson recorded a double-double with a game-high 15 points and a career-high...

Quickness kills

Trey Killian

November 16, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

Speed kills, as the saying goes, and for a team that considers itself undersized, speed can be the key to victory. Coming into its regular season opener, the Marquette women’s basketball team looked to play at a higher pace...

Women knocked out of WNIT by Illini

Andrei Greska

March 23, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

The basketball season at Marquette has officially ended. After a devastating loss in the NCAA Tournament by the men’s team over the weekend, the women’s team suffered a tough loss to end its WNIT run Monday. Marquette...

Disappointing season for Robinson

Andrei Greska

February 25, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

This was supposed to be Angel Robinson's year. It hasn't been. The junior from St. Paul, Minn., was a unanimous selection to the preseason All-Big East team. This was an honor reserved for only three players in the league...

DePaul uses size to edge Marquette

Andrei Greska

February 23, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

Marquette basketball, both men’s and women’s, has a bad habit of looking up to opposing teams. It’s not that they admire the other team, it’s just that opponents are almost always taller than the Golden Eagles and Marq...

Women’s basketball look to bounce back against DePaul

Andrei Greska

February 18, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

One good half does not make a good game. The Marquette women's basketball team has an opportunity to show it has learned a lesson this weekend after losing to Louisville, 77-61, Tuesday night despite being down only one at...

Marquette women win third straight at home

Andrei Greska

February 10, 2010

Filed under Sports

  There may have been a snowstorm outside, but inside the Al McGuire center Tuesday night, the Marquette women's basketball team was nice and cozy. Marquette continued its strong play at home beating South Florida 63-50 taking its...

Women continue to struggle late in games

Andrei Greska

February 9, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

It's not quite deja vu, but it's as close as it gets. The Marquette women's basketball team dropped another close road game in the Big East, this time falling to Syracuse, 69-60. The team has been seeing eerily similar results most ...

Defense keys success for MU women’s basketball

Andrei Greska

February 4, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

Defense wins championships. That is the mantra many coaches live by. And while the Marquette women’s basketball team (13-8, 4-4 Big East) may not have a realistic chance for a conference or national championship, defense has b...

MU overcomes turnovers in upset

Andrei Greska

January 28, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

No one would classify the Marquette women's basketball team's victory over the No. 17 Georgetown Hoyas as pretty, but no one has to. A win is a win is a win. "It was ugly, we know it was ugly," Marquette coach Terri Mitchell...