Marquette Men's Lacrosse
MLax Earns Top 20 Poll Votes
And if I’m reading this right, they got a decent amount of them, too
Kings Of Long Island: Marquette 12, #5 Penn State 11
The Golden Eagles head home from Levittown with the program’s first top 10 win since 2018 and the Long Island Metro Cup.
Men’s Lacrosse Preview: vs #5 Penn State
The Golden Eagles head out to Long Island for a neutral site game against a Nittany Lions squad that’s getting themselves into national championship contention.
MLax Starts Too Late Against RV Bellarmine
The Golden Eagles had a great final 15 minutes, but it was much too late to make a dent against the Knights.
Men’s Lacrosse Preview: vs RV Bellarmine
The Golden Eagles return home for the first time since National Marquette Day to face a Knights team that’s attracting some national attention.
Michael Allieri on MLax Weekly Honor Roll
We turn to the Marquette press release on the topic, which is always a little more informative than the league’s: Allieri posted a season-high 17 saves and allowed just four goals in nearly 58 minutes against Detroit Mercy to improve to 3-1 on the season. The native of Wellesley, Massachusetts made six saves in the first quarter and posted a shutout through the first 18 minutes of game action. He also held the Titans scoreless in the second half with 10 saves after the intermission.
MLax Wins A Very Weird Game At Detroit Mercy
I mean, maybe it wasn’t weird if you were there, but we weren’t and there was no video stream, and so it seems very weird.
Men’s Lacrosse Preview: at Detroit Mercy
SURPRISE THURSDAY MORNING LACROSSE OUTTA NOWHERE
Woodward named DPOW; Fries on Honor Roll
Marquette defender Mason Woodward was named the Big East's Defensive Player of the Week after his performance against Michigan on Saturday. Here's the league's writeup: "Woodward posted a game-high seven ground balls, caused two turnovers and added an assist in Marquette’s 14-9 victory over Michigan on Saturday in the Southwest Florida Shootout. He entered the weekend second in the country among non-faceoff specialists in ground balls per game and reached his season averages in ground balls (7.0), caused turnovers (2.0) and points (1.0). The assist was his fourth point in as many games this season." In addition, midfielder Griffin Fries was named to the league's Weekly Honor Roll. Here's that writeup: "Fries set new career highs in goals (4) and points (5) in Marquette’s 14-9 victory over Michigan on Saturday. He scored twice in the game’s first nine minutes to help MU out to an early 4-0 lead."
MLax Downs RV Michigan In Florida
The Golden Eagles got off to a great start at the Southwest Florida Shootout and let them carry that to a win.
Men’s Lacrosse Preview: vs RV Michigan
The Golden Eagles trek down to Florida to tangle with a third straight opponent that’s earning votes in the top 20.
O'Grady On Big East Weekly Honor Roll
Here's how Marquette's press release on the topic wrote up O'Grady's honor: The attackman continued his hot shooting to start the year with four goals in Wednesday's game at then-No. 2/3 Notre Dame. He extended his career-long goal scoring streak to 18 games and has 15 goals through three contests this season, good for fourth nationally in goals per contests (5.00/game). In total, the sophomore has accounted for 60 career goals (sixth in MU history) with 10 hat tricks and eight games with at least four scores.
#3 Notre Dame Gives Marquette The Business
And so, the Golden Eagles leave South Bend winless in program history against the Fighting Irish
Men’s Lacrosse Preview: at #3 Notre Dame
The 1-1 Golden Eagles head to South Bend for the season opener for the Fighting Irish.
Bobby O'Grady on Weekly Honor Roll
Here's the league's writeup on the sophomore attacker for Week 2 of the season: O’Grady continued his torrid pace to start the year with a five-goal, one-assist performance on Saturday at Utah. The sophomore is tied with Bell at the top of the league with 6.5 points per game.
O'Grady, Bowman, Woodward earn Big East Weekly MLax Honors
For the first week of the season, attacker Bobby O'Grady was named Attack Player of the Week, attacker Andrew Bowman was named Freshman of the Week, and defender Mason Woodward earned a nod on the Honor Roll. O'Grady's writeup: The reigning BIG EAST Freshman of the Year, O'Grady pushed his career-long goal scoring streak to 16 games with a six-goal, one-assist effort in the season opener against Lindenwood. O'Grady notched his eighth career hat trick in the win and third sock trick of his career. The sophomore now has 51 goals through 16 games and is the eighth player in Marquette history to reach the 50-goal plateau. Bowman's writeup: Bowman registered two goals in his collegiate opener, earning the start in the the midfield. The first-year attacker scored both goals in the first quarter to help Marquette jump out to a 7-1 lead in a 17-2 win over Lindenwood. Woodward's writeup: Woodward led a Marquette defensive unit that limited Lindenwood to just two goals on Saturday. The All-American registered five ground balls and caused a turnover while also scoring his third career goal in the third quarter.
MLax Loses A Barnburner To Utah
It was a heck of a lacrosse game, but the Golden Eagles came up short on both ends a little too much to get a win.
Woodward on Tewaarton Award Watch List
The Tewaarton Award is given yearly to the best player in college lacrosse, and MU's best defenseman is the third Golden Eagle to ever be included on the watch list.
Men’s Lacrosse Preview: at Utah
The Golden Eagles head out to the mountains for the first of four straight road games.
1-0: Marquette 17, Lindenwood 2
The Golden Eagles are 3-1 all time in season openers under head coach Andrew Stimmel
MLax Preview: vs Lindenwood
The Golden Eagles open up 2023 by hosting a team making their Division 1 debut.
MLax Season Preview: 3 Questions
What are the biggest unknowns for the Golden Eagles and head coach Andrew Stimmel for this spring?
MLax Season Preview: The Newcomers
Six transfers headline the slate of new faces on the roster this spring for head coach Andrew Stimmel.
2023 MLax Season Preview: The Returning Players
We know head coach Andrew Stimmel has a bunch of experience coming back from last season. Can they stay healthy in 2023?
Inside Lacrosse Video Breakdown of MLax Transfer Grant Evans
Grant Evans is a Division 3 grad transfer who is joining Marquette this spring, and this video shows how his ability to win faceoffs can turn into quick offense.
MLax Picked 4th; 3 On Preseason All-BE Team
As is almost always the case, the Big East looks to be a very challenging conference this season.
Unscientific Predictions: Big East MLax Preseason Awards
Those awards from the league office will be here before you know it, so let’s start figuring out what’s what in the conference this season!
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The 2023 Marquette Men’s Lacrosse Season Preview!
Everything you need to know for the upcoming season, all in one place!
Byrnes & Richard Named To 2023 Team USA Roster
Former Marquette defenders Liam Byrnes and Jake Richard have been named to the Team USA roster for the 2023 World Lacrosse Championship. The event will take place in late June of 2023 in San Diego.
The Marquette Men’s Lacrosse Career Ground Balls Chart
I think Liam Byrnes’ all-time record remains safe here in 2023, but Mason Woodward could make it interesting.
The Marquette Men’s Lacrosse Career Assists Chart
There’s lots of space for people to move up the chart in 2023.
The Marquette Men’s Lacrosse Career Goals Chart
Devon Cowan and Bobby O’Grady are shooting towards becoming the second and third players with 80 goals in program history.