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Marquette claims all 3 final Weekly Big East Volleyball Awards


Offensive Player of the Week went to Yadhira Anchante:

Anchante generated a Marquette offense that went 2-0 this week, including a straight sweep of previously undefeated Creighton, to claim a share of the BIG EAST Regular Season title and the No. 1 seed in this week’s BIG EAST Volleyball Championship. The sophomore led all conference competitors in assists, averaging 11.86 per set. In Friday’s 3-1 victory over third-seeded Xavier, Anchante produced a match-high 49 assists alongside six kills, three digs and a service ace. Against Creighton, she totaled 34 assists, 12 digs, four kills and a pair of aces.

Defensive Player of the week went to libero Carly Skrabak:

This week, Skrabak led the BIG EAST in digs (6.14/set) while contributing to a Marquette defense which conceded just one set to third-seeded Xavier before blanking second-seeded Creighton. Against Xavier, the senior defensive specialist recorded a match-high 31 digs with five assists and two service aces. In Saturday’s showdown against the Bluejays, Skrabak logged 12 digs, two assists and a service ace.

Rookie of the Week went to outside hitter Ella Foti:

In a 2-0 week, Foti hit .314, good for tenth in the conference, while averaging 3.00 kills per set and logging four service aces. Against Xavier, the redshirt freshman contributed 14 kills, three digs, three blocks and two aces, hitting .423. In Saturday’s sweep of Creighton, she tallied seven kills with a pair of service aces.

Aaaaaaand middle blocker Hattie Bray is on the Weekly Honor Roll:

In a 2-0 week, Bray totaled 19 kills with six blocks. The redshirt freshman hit .342, good for eighth overall this week, as Marquette claimed the top seed in the 2022 BIG EAST Volleyball tournament.

Carsen Murray Named Big East Offensive Player of the Week


Here's how the MU press release wrote it up, because it's always more detailed than the Big East press release:

Murray hit a combined .594 in the two contests with zero hitting errors and averaged 3.17 kills and 0.83 blocks per set. She totaled 19 kills and five blocks over six sets as the Golden Eagles hit .314 as a team on the East Coast. She began her weekend with seven kills and three blocks on .583 hitting in Friday's sweep of the Friars. And followed that up with 12 kills on 20 errorless swings (.600) against the Huskies, along with a pair of blocks and three assists.

In addition to Murray's honor, libero Carly Skrabak was named to the Weekly Honor Roll. Here's the MU writeup:

Skrabak averaged 5.17 digs per set in the two matches and notched team bests of 19 digs at Providence and 12 digs at UConn. She currently sits fourth in the BIG EAST in digs per set (4.45) and has previously earned BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week twice this season.

Marquette Men's Lacrosse Announces 12 Man Recruiting Class For 2023


Head coach Andrew Stimmel has added three attackers, four midfielders, one short stick defensive midfielder, two long stick midfielder/defenders, and one goalie for the fall of 2023. These 12 men will be joining the Golden Eagles for the first time in the 2024 season. You can click the above link for details on each player and their accolades heading into their senior years of high school.

Marquette Men's Soccer Announces Three Class of 2023 Signees


Midfielders Matthew Iriarte and Nico Pendleton along with Brazilian goalkeeper Renan Salum will be freshmen for the Golden Eagles and head coach Louis Bennett in the fall of 2023. You can click the link up above for details on their prep careers.

Shaka Smart Radford Postgame Press Conference


11 minutes of postgame reaction and Q&A from the Marquette men's basketball head coach.

Aubrey Hamilton on Weekly Honor Roll


We turn to the Marquette press release on the topic, since that's always more informative that the Big East release:

Hamilton led the Golden Eagles to a 2-0 week with sweeps of Villanova and Georgetown. In those two matches, she hit .405 and averaged 4.20 kills, 1.80 digs and 0.60 blocks per set. She hit .667 (9-1-12) with a match-best nine kills, four digs and a block in two sets against Georgetown on Friday night. In Saturday's win over Villanova, she landed a match-high 12 kills along with a service ace, five digs and a pair of blocks.

2022 Big East Men's Soccer Tournament bracket is set


Marquette did not qualify for the conference tournament with just one win in league play this year, but if you're looking for some knockout soccer viewing, click the link and follow along.

Carly Skrabak & Hattie Bray Earn Big East Weekly Honors


Carly Skrabak was named Big East Defensive Player of the Week on Monday. Here's what the league said:

Skrabak anchored a defense which led Marquette to two BIG EAST victories this week. At DePaul, the senior defensive specialist recorded a match-best 19 digs and three assists. At Butler, she produced 17 digs in just three sets, adding five assists in the victory. This season, Skrabak sits fourth in the BIG EAST in digs (4.46).

Hattie Bray was named Big East Freshman of the Week as well. Here's the writeup for that award:

Bray repeats as Freshman of the Week after leading all BIG EAST rookies in hitting percentage (.491), kills (31, 3.88) and points (33.5, 4.19). Her career-high 21 kills at DePaul were the most by any Golden Eagle since 2019 and essential in Marquette’s 3-2 victory. During Marquette’s two-win week, Bray, and teammate Aubrey Hamilton, led the Golden Eagles with 33.5 points. On the year, her hitting percentage (.359) is second in the BIG EAST, only behind teammate Carsen Murray.

Big East Women's Soccer Tournament bracket is set


No Marquette in the top six this year, but if you're interested in watching some championship soccer, make with the clickys and check out the schedule.