Marquette Wire

A selection celebration

Trey Killian

November 11, 2010

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Painful anxiety hung in the air at the Union Sports Annex, but it was soon replaced by jubilation. A chorus of cheers filled the room when the Marquette women’s soccer team’s NCAA tournament draw appeared on ESPNU Monday af...

3up3down: Women’s Soccer

Mark Strotman

October 28, 2010

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Three Up 1.    Markus Roeders: Currently in his 15th season, Roeders has accumulated a 202-80-31 record as head coach of the women’s team. His teams have qualified for the NCAA Tournament in eight of the last 11 seasons....

The city is up for grabs as women’s soccer ties rival UWM

Trey Killian

September 9, 2010

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The battle for Milwaukee proved to be indecisive, as Marquette’s night match Wednesday against Wisconsin-Milwaukee ended in a 1-1 draw after two overtimes. The Golden Eagles dominated the first half, keeping possession and not yield...

Valley Fields gets a makeover

Mark Strotman

August 30, 2010

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Men’s soccer coach Louis Bennett admitted sometimes the atmosphere at Valley Fields feels like his team is playing at just a soccer field rather than its actual home venue. That will soon change, as construction has begu...

Keeper legacy continued with Kulla

Andrei Greska

May 4, 2010

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There must be something in the water down at Valley Fields. First, former Marquette goalie Matt Pyzdrowski signed a contract with the Portland Timber, and now, sophomore keeper Natalie Kulla is becoming a staple on the women’s...

Women’s soccer split matches with Big 10 foes

Michael LoCicero

April 27, 2010

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The Marquette women’s soccer team closed out its spring season Saturday afternoon with a 1-0 loss to Illinois and a 2-0 win over Purdue. The loss was the Golden Eagles’ first of the spring season, which they finished 6-1-1. For ...

Superb spring season concludes in Champaign

Tim Kraft

April 22, 2010

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When the Marquette women’s soccer team completed its spring opening weekend in Texas, it appeared not much had changed since the fall. The Golden Eagles played two hard-fought, low-scoring matches in the Lone Star State...

Women deny Badgers, Blue Demons

Michael LoCicero

April 20, 2010

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Blustery conditions couldn’t stop the red-hot Marquette women’s soccer team from blowing away its two opponents Saturday afternoon at Valley Fields. The Golden Eagles closed out a four-game home stand with a 5-0 shellacking...

Women’s soccer has something to prove

Michael LoCicero

April 15, 2010

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After returning home to the friendly confines of Valley Fields last weekend, the Marquette women’s soccer team will battle what it calls two “natural” rivals in spring games against DePaul and Wisconsin this weekend. Spring...

Set for success

Andrei Greska

March 23, 2010

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The busted brackets, the office pools, the terrible Cinderella clichés. It's official, March Madness is here. The NCAA basketball tournament is the pinnacle of the college basketball season. All of the hours the player...

GROVER: More to Marquette than basketball

Eric Grover

November 17, 2009

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So, another Marquette basketball season is underway. Ahh, you can smell the synthetic rubber in the air. Wait, that’s yeast from the brewery. Gross. After dispatching some powder-puffs in early season match-ups, conference play w...

GROVER: Women’s soccer kiss of death

Eric Grover

October 27, 2009

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You’ll have to forgive me No. 18 in the country, Big East American Division champion Marquette women’s soccer team. It’s not that I was ignoring you. Quite the contrary. It was a few weeks ago that some of the other g...