The Marquette Related Tweet Of The Week: 11/6-11/12

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Someone did a breakdown of the men's and women's soccer tournaments. Get ready to get proud of your school, y'all...

Here at Anonymous Eagle, we're hip to all the latest trends on the internet... or so we tell ourselves. We know how much the kids today like to keep in touch and communicate through social media. In particular, we're big fans of the service known the world over as Twitter. Each week, we'll bring you a tweet that we found particularly interesting/funny/thought provoking/ridiculous that has some kind of Marquette connection to it.

Yesterday the men's soccer team found out how their NCAA tournament experience would get started. The important thing to note is that, like the women's soccer team, the men's team was one of 16 teams to earn a seeded spot in the NCAA tournament. That raises the question: How many schools managed to get both their men's and women's teams into seeded spots in the tournament?

Yep, that's the list. Three ACC schools, the school with the most NCAA championships, and Marquette. How great is that?

Have you seen a Marquette related tweet that you'd like to see in this spot in the future? Send the direct URL link to anon.eagle@gmail.com and be sure to send your Twitter tag along with it so we can give you credit for finding it!

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