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Marquette Madness set for October 1

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The official kick off to the men's and women's basketball season will start at 7pm, but doors will open at 4:30pm for the volleyball match against Connecticut. Admission is free, but space in the arena is limited.

Marquette President Dr. Michael Lovell diagnosed with sarcoma

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From his official statement/announcement: "I have begun working with a team of oncologists on a treatment plan and will start chemotherapy next week. You will still see me around campus as my doctors are confident that I will be able to continue my role as president, exercise, and undertake many of my normal activities."

Women’s soccer loses 7-0 to #14 BYU

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Yeah, I’m not writing a full recap of a match where Marquette fell behind in the 11th minute and never had a chance while getting outshot 33-5. It happened, we’re moving on to Utah State.

Big East Signs Multi-Sport Deal With FloSports

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The women's basketball only contract from last school year has now been expanded to cover "more than 500 Olympic sports events" for the 2021-22 school year. I presume this means the end of free streams for home games on GoMarquette.com?

Volleyball's Sarah Rose is cancer-free

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The former MU setter has been cleared by her doctors after 10 months of treatment, including chemo and radiation, for Ewing's sarcoma.

Marquette to require COVID-19 vaccination for students

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All students, no matter the degree program they are enrolled in, will be required to show proof of full vaccination by August 1, 2021.

Mason Woodward named USILA All-American Honorable Mention

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This is the eighth time that a Marquette player has been named an All-American by the USILA, and Woodward is the seventh Golden Eagle to earn All-American honors. Ryan McNamara earned Honorable Mention on the list in both 2016 and 2017. Since Woodward was a redshirt freshman in 2021, he has the chance to become MU's first ever three-time All-American.

Hunter Eichhorn earns his second Big East Player of the Year trophy

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Eichhorn is the first Marquette golfer to ever win Player of the Year honors twice in the Big East and this is just the fifth time that a Golden Eagle has been named their league's best player.

Six Golden Eagles earn All-Big East Honors in Women's Lacrosse

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That's a program record for Marquette, surpassing the five honorees from 2019.

Junior midfielder Lydia Foust is on the First Team, while FIVE Golden Eagles, all seniors, are on the Second Team: Emily Cooper, Sophia Leva, Megan Menzuber, Jocelyn Miller, and Caroline Steller. It's the second all-league honor for Miller and the first for everyone else.

Cowan, Granger, Woodward earn All-Big East Honors

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Redshirt freshman attacker Devon Cowan and redshirt freshman defender Mason Woodward were named to the Big East's Men's Lacrosse First Team this season, while redshirt sophomore defender Zach Granger was named to the Second Team.