Upsides: Beautiful day, huge crowd. Downsides: Duke's really good.
We drag this feature out of the mothballs to occupy some time over the summer, and in this case, to talk about Sunday's men's lacrosse game.
The Red Storm pulled away from the Golden Eagles in the second half, ending Marquette's first ever win streak at three games.
Women's lacrosse wraps up their season with a trip to play #10 Notre Dame, while men's lacrosse finishes the road section of their first ever season by playing St. John's.
First NCAA Division 1 contest, first home goal, first home win: Marquette tops Detroit Mercy, 14-9, at Hart Park!
Tomorrow night! Hart Park in Tosa! Marquette vs Detroit! Plus: Previews of the two women's lacrosse games this weekend!
Women's lacrosse closes out the home end of their first ever season, while men's lacrosse is on the road against the other first year program in Division 1 lacrosse.
Facing two straight top five opponents isn't a way to get an offense jumpstarted for a first year program.
Men's lacrosse is in Colorado tonight to play #3/3 Denver, while women's lacrosse is at Cincinnati tonight and at Louisville on Sunday.
The Golden Eagles head down to Chicago for a neutral site game against the nationally ranked Fighting Irish!
In front of a crowd filled with Marquette fans riding the high of a basketball win over Miami, men's lacrosse came close to digging themselves out of an early hole, but fell short.
Women's lacrosse dropped a game to SDSU before heading to USC tomorrow, while men's lacrosse wraps up spring break against Saint Joseph's.
Bryan Badolato scored three times on a 6 goal run while MU held Mercer without a goal for over 21 minutes to rally for their second win of the season!
The Golden Eagles look to get back to .500 on the season with a trip to play fellow independent Mercer.