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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.