Let's start out with the most high profile Marquette related news: Last night, Marquette's own Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat got stunned by the Dallas Mavericks 95-93 on a Dirk Nowitzki layup with 3.6 seconds remaining in Game 2 of the NBA Finals, tying the series at one game a piece. Wade hit a 3 to put the Heat up 88-73 with 7:14 remaining in the game directly in front of the Dallas bench and posed like he had accomplished something. Dallas then went on a 20-2 run to close the game out. As Marquette fans, where do you stand on cheering for the Heat in this series? Poll at the bottom of the post, and feel free to add further comments as needed.
The men's and women's soccer teams have new digs down at Valley Fields.
And speaking of soccer, both the men's team and the women's team announced their fall schedule.
Women's basketball will also be playing in the 2011 Paradise Jam.
MU golfer Kelly Kretz earned a spot in a 2011 US Open Sectional qualifier coming up on Monday. According to the USGA's website, Kretz is one of 58 golfers competing in St. Charles, IL for 3 spots in the US Open field.
Men's lacrosse head coach Joe Amplo has hired two assistant coaches: John Orsen and Stephen Brundage.
Women's lacrosse added an assistant coach yesterday with Courtney Tamasitis joining head coach Meredith Black's staff.
Women's tennis made it to the semifinals of the Big East Tournament before falling to Notre Dame.
Women's volleyball announced their fall schedule, with the highlight of hosting the Big East Tournament at the Al McGuire Center on November 18-20.
And lastly, I'll leave you with a link to Cracked Sidewalks talking about the 2011 Warrior Day Golf Outing coming up on July 25th in Lake Geneva.