It’s time to wrap up both our Player Reviews for the season as well as Lewis’ tenure as a Golden Eagle.
It was a dizzying season of ups and downs for the sophomore from Rhode Island.
How do we feel about the lone season in Milwaukee for the grad transfer from Maryland?
Let’s talk about the glue guy on the roster this past season.
All around, a very successful lone season in Milwaukee for the grad transfer.
I believe this is what the kids call a "breakout season."
Let’s talk about the most successful freshman on the Golden Eagles’ roster this past season.
His time in Milwaukee has come to an end, so let’s review the final go-round.
The freshman from Pennsylvania carved out a niche for himself and excelled in his role.
How did freshman year go for the Milwaukee area native?
We start things off with one of the freshmen who followed Shaka Smart up to Milwaukee from Texas.
Let’s take a look back at what turned into the point guard’s only season with the Golden Eagles.
Wanna explain this season in a nutshell? McEwen played the second most minutes on the team.
The senior from Michigan bided his time at Marquette and finally got a chance to shine in his final season as a Golden Eagle.
The freshman big man was as good as advertised.
We pay tribute to the final season of the most dominant MU shot blocker in two decades.
Credit must be given to the guy who was the most fun player on the team to watch this past season.
The freshman from Baltimore had a nice first season in Milwaukee.
We put a bow on the Syracuse native’s career as a Golden Eagle.
Easily one of the weirder first years as a Golden Eagle that we’ve seen in a long time.
And so, we talk about the short Golden Eagles career of the California native.
I’ll be honest with you: This isn’t going to take very long.
The Final Review Honors goes to the redshirt senior because he led the team in minutes
The greatest scorer in Marquette history nicely ended his career with his finest season.
By far the most confusing player on the Golden Eagles this year
A potential for stardom was curbed by inconsistent performances, but it’s not too late for Bailey to blossom
Let’s look back at how the blocking machine played during his junior year.
The junior looking for a chance to break out might have earned himself a chance to do so.
Would we think of this season better if there wasn’t an injury break in the middle of it?
What can we say about MU’s grad transfer and his only season playing for the Golden Eagles
What can we say about the first season in Milwaukee for MU’s only freshman?
The Golden Eagles had six new faces in 2019-20 and got big contributions from several of them.