We give credit to those who have set records in the first season of Marquette women's lacrosse.
Women's lacrosse wrapped up their inaugural season with a 14-5 loss to the nationally ranked Fighting Irish.
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.
Getting outscored 33-10 isn't fun, but there were some bright spots in Marquette's losses to #19 Connecticut and #5 Syracuse.
Tomorrow night! Hart Park in Tosa! Marquette vs Detroit! Plus: Previews of the two women's lacrosse games this weekend!
The win might have moved the Greyhounds' record on the season to only 7-6, but they're still good enough to handle the Golden Eagles with ease.
Yeah, it's a loss, but it was to a ranked team, so watch me drag some positive notes out of this one.
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.
It didn't turn into a W, but Marquette definitely looked better in this outing than in the last few.
The Golden Eagles played even with the Wildcats through the first 22 minutes, but let it slip away after that.
Attacking into a nasty wind in cold temperatures didn't seem to bother the Crimson as they jumped out to a big lead to defeat the Golden Eagles.
The Crimson arrive in Milwaukee for a contest featuring peanut butter & jelly sandwiches for everyone while supplies last!
Marquette looks to even up their record against an Aztec team that's coming off a 21-1 win in their last contest.
A five goal run in the first half by the Gaels put the game out of reach for Marquette as they began a three game Spring Break road trip.
Spring break for Marquette means road trips for men's and women's lacrosse as they look to start their first winning streaks.
The Golden Eagles fell behind 6-1 and 10-7 before scoring the last four goals of the game, including the game winner with just 71 seconds left to record the first home win in program history!
We look at women's hoops at Georgetown, men's lacrosse at Air Force, and women's lacrosse vs Detroit!
The Dukes got hat tricks from two different players to power their way to an 11-7 win in the first ever Division 1 lacrosse game at Valley Fields.