The Golden Eagles face off with the Huskies with a spot in Saturday’s championship game on the line.
The Golden Eagles head to the Rocky Mountains for their first road trip of the season.
The Golden Eagles return to the McGuire Center to wrap up the regular season and clinch a Big East title.
Marquette continues to roll, getting its second straight Power 5 win to open the Charleston Classic.
The Golden Eagles get started in their multi-team event for the year with an eye on building off Monday’s upset of #10 Illinois.
What can the Golden Eagles expect from their second straight power conference opponent?
It appears that the cards are officially on the table when it comes to expansion for Marquette’s conference.
Hello and welcome to your official Wet Blanket discussion of the Golden Eagles.
The Shaka Smart era has its first signature victory, and in thrilling fashion
I don’t want to say "beat" and they didn’t "run away" with this one either.
We get the Gavitt Tipoff Games AND the start of FEAST WEEK, so we’re loaded up on stuff to watch.
The first real test of the Shaka Era.
The Golden Eagles beat Xavier and swept Butler to clinch a top two seed in the conference tournament.
The first major test of the season for the Golden Eagles comes in the Gavitt Tip-Off games.
The women’s team takes over the feline competition from the men’s game’s trends.
Get it? They’re the Highlanders.
Hey, maybe let’s stop scheduling games against Bill Herrion’s teams, eh?
Time for the last two road matches of the regular season.
Two straight feline opponents for the Golden Eagles to start the season.
This is the first of at least four games against teams named "Wildcats" this season for the Golden Eagles.
The Highlanders come to the McGuire Center.
The men’s team has two players signed, while the women’s team has added three new Golden Eagles.
Starting to run out of ways to talk about "still receiving votes."
Yeah, I’ll take a 61 point win in the opener, sure.
All that matters is that Shaka Smart is 1-0 as Marquette’s head coach.