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Wooooooboy, that was a Big East basketball game. Your final from Milwaukee: #14 Marquette 73, Villanova 64. The Golden Eagles are now 18-5 overall after the events of the first day of February, and thanks to said events, their 10-2 record in Big East play has them tied with only Xavier atop the conference standings.
#14 Marquette Golden Eagles (17-5, 9-2 Big East) vs Villanova Wildcats (10-11, 4-6 Big East) Marquette Lineup Note: Starting guard Kam Jones and reserve guard Sean Jones are questionable for this game. Olivier-Maxence Prosper is MU’s #2 leading scorer at 14.0 points per game. Villanova Stats Leaders. Points: Caleb...
THE VITALS: #14 Marquette Golden Eagles (17-5, 9-2 Big East) vs Villanova Wildcats (10-11, 4-6 Big East) THE TELEVISION: FS1, with Lisa Byington and Stephen Bardo on the call. THE STREAMING: FoxSports.com/live or the Fox Sports app. THE RADIO: 94.5 ESPN Milwaukee, available online at Wisconsin On Demand. THE LIVE...
Can you have breaking news when the athletic department makes a decision two years ago and doesn’t tell anyone about it?. On Tuesday morning, to go along with their physical copy publishing schedule, the Marquette Wire published a news story on their website reporting that Marquette University is ending athletic scholarship aid to athletes on the men’s and women’s tennis teams as well as the men’s and women’s track and field teams by the start of the 2025-26 school year.
On Saturday, Marquette men’s basketball picked up an 89-69 victory on the road against DePaul while playing a little bit shorthanded. Freshman backup guard Sean Jones did not play at all, missing a game for the first time in his still young Marquette career. The Ohio native apparently picked up a wrist injury a little while back, as head coach Shaka Smart said after the game that Jones had been playing and practicing with it, but he was experiencing swelling on Saturday and thus sat out.
We’re less than a week away from the start of the 2023 season for Marquette men’s lacrosse!. Last week, we got started on our season previewing by talking about all the returning faces on the roster this spring. This time around, we’re going to take a look at the 17 new guys on the roster, which includes the addition of six transfers from all over the world of college lacrosse. Given that the transfers touch all portions of the lineup, we’re going to go about this in the same order that we did for the returning guys: Position by position, starting with attack and working our way backwards to goalkeeper.
Happy Monday, Golden Eagles. The AP poll is out again today, and Marquette has shifted from #16 in the country up to #14. Pretty awesome, right? This upcoming Wednesday, we'll be taking on the Villanova Wildcats, who are 4-6 in Big East play. A month ago, when we played them on the road, we won by just 2 points. All these things considered, I hope we beat their pants off.