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Marquette Men's Lacrosse announces 2024 captains

Devon Cowan, Jake Stegman, Noah Verlinde, Luke Williams, and Mason Woodward will serve the Golden Eagles as captains in the spring. Woodward is the first four-time captain in program history, following up on being the first three-time All-American last season.

HORNS DOWN: #8 Marquette 86, #12 Texas 65

It was a good ball game, and then it was a blowout favoring the Golden Eagles, almost in the blink of an eye.

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Kenzie Hare on Big East Weekly Honor Roll

Here's how the league office wrote up Marquette's fireballing shooter this week: In a 2-0 week for the Golden Eagles, averaged 18.0 points, 2.5 rebounds and .579 shooting, including an .833 mark from three

MBB Stumbles To #8 In The AP Poll

It’s MU’s eighth straight poll with a single digit ranking, and eighth single digit ranking since 2012.

WBB Rises To #19 In The AP Poll

It is the best ranking for the Golden Eagles since finishing 2018-19 at #13.

2023 NCAA Volleyball Tournament: #6 Marquette Falls In Four Sets To #3 Purdue

The Golden Eagles got behind after two sets and couldn’t do enough to get to the reverse sweep.

WLax Announces 2024 Schedule

The Golden Eagles will face six teams that reached the NCAA tournament, including four in non-conference play.

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Oso Ighodaro on Big East Weekly Honor Roll

Here's what the Big East office said about Marquette's big man: Made the All-Tournament Team at the Maui Invitational after averaging team highs of 17.0 points and 6.0 rebounds. Shot 68.8 percent from the field. Helped MU to a runner-up finish.

MBB Is Now #3 In The AP Poll!

Yet another new best ranking in my lifetime, which is neat.

WBB Jumps Into The AP Top 25!

Turns out the voters are big fans of shelling Arkansas, I guess.

Volleyball Is In The NCAA Tournament!

The Golden Eagles will head down to West Lafayette as a #6 regional seed for their first round game against Eastern Illinois.

WBB Wins Fort Myers Tip-Off Championship!

The Golden Eagles hurried out to a big lead against Arkansas and never had to look back.

VB Loses Big East Semifinals In 5 Sets

The Golden Eagles fell apart against St. John’s at the worst possible times and will have to wait patiently for Selection Sunday.

DOWN GOES #1! #4 Marquette 73, #1 Kansas 59

The Golden Eagles piled up a lead in the first half and kept the Jayhawks at arm’s length the rest of the way.

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Carsen Murray named Defensive Player of the Week

Here's what the Big East said about Marquette's star middle blocker: Murray anchored a Marquette squad that refused to relinquish a set, sweeping St. John’s and Seton Hall to clinch a share of the BIG EAST regular season title. The middle blocker averaged 1.33 blocks per set while hitting a league-best .611. Against the third-seeded Red Storm, Murray logged three blocks and four kills on .667 hitting. The following day she produced a match-bets five blocks with even kills and a dig. Through the weekend, Murray did not have a single hitting error. In addition, Aubrey Hamilton was on the Weekly Honor Roll. Here's the writeup: Hamilton led Marquette with a team-best 4.67 points per set as the Golden Eagles secured their third consecutive regular season title. This week, the senior ranked 2nd in the BIG EAST in service aces (4, 0.67/set), 3rd in points (4.67/set), and 9th in kills (21, 3.50/set). In Saturday’s sweep of Seton Hall, Hamilton led both teams with 11 kills.

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Kenzie Hare on Weekly Honor Roll

Here's what the Big East said about Marquette's emerging scoring star: 20.5 points off .636 shooting, including a .714 clip from three in a 2-0 week; game-high 22 points in win at IUPUI

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Tyler Kolek on Weekly Honor Roll

Here's what the Big East said about Marquette's point guard: In a 71-64 victory at No. 23 Illinois, recorded 24 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals. Made 10-of-18 from the field.

VB Heads To The Postseason Just Outside The Top 25

A little worse off than last week points-wise, but oh well.

The Quick & The Hawaiian: #4 Marquette 71, RV UCLA 69

The Golden Eagles rally from down 12 in the second half to win and advance in the 2023 Maui Invitational quarterfinals

WBB Increases AP Top 25 Point Total By 50%!

Don’t ask how many points, stare at the giant increase!

MBB Holds Steady At #4 In The AP Poll

But their participation in the loaded Maui Invitational will definitely change that, one way or another, next week.

The 2023 Big East Volleyball Tournament Bracket Is Set!

Creighton’s win against Butler on Sunday was the last match of the regular season.


Well, at least a share of it, at least until Sunday.

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Jenna Reitsma on Weekly Honor Roll

Here's what the league office said: Reitsma was a crucial cog in Marquette’s offensive machine this week, averaging 3.86 kills and 5.64 points per set on .407 hitting. Across the Golden Eagles pair of victories, the junior averaged a BIG EAST best 1.43 service aces per set. In Friday’s 3-0 victory over Georgetown, Reitsma registered a career-best seven service aces in addition to nine kills. On Saturday, she produced a match-best 18 kills in addition to 11 digs, three service aces, and two blocks in a 3-1 defeat of Villanova.

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Liza Karlen named Big East Player of the Week

Here's what the league office said: Karlen helped lead Marquette to a 2-0 start to the season, which included a win over No. 23 Illinois on Saturday. Against the Fighting Illini, Karlen scored a game-high 22 points off 11-of-16 shooting, while grabbing four boards and registering an assist and a steal. Eight of her 22 points came in the fourth quarter as MU held off the Illinois charge. Karlen opened the season with a 10-point, 10-rebound double-double in Monday’s win over UT Martin. She shot over 65 percent from the field on the week.

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Kam Jones named Big East Player of the Week

Here's what the league office said: Jones led the Golden Eagles to a 2-0 week by averaging 21.5 points and being the game’s leading scorer in both contests. He had 20 points in the season-opening win over Northern Illinois (92-70) and 23 points in a victory against Rider (95-65). His 21.5 scoring mark came while averaging only 24 minutes per game.

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Kam Jones & Stevie Mitchell start a podcast

My favorite part about this is the Marquette Wire logo in the corner. Student Media FTW!

The Quick & The Dirty: #4 Marquette 71, #23 Illinois 64

Tyler Kolek on a questionable ankle is apparently better than most players on two good ankles.

VB Continues To Hover Just Outside The Top 25

The Golden Eagles continue to stay relevant in the national conversation.

WBB Starts Earning AP Top 25 Votes

How long can the Golden Eagles keep the good will going?

MBB Moves Up To #4 In The AP Poll

Shouts to James Madison, no shouts to Arizona

Marquette Swings The Upset Of #23 Illinois

The Golden Eagles took the lead with a big run in the second quarter and had to hang on for dear life.