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MSOC Preview: at Villanova & at Providence

The Golden Eagles head east for a pair of road matches as they search for their first Big East victory

WSOC Suffers More Than One Loss Vs UConn

The final score said the Huskies won the match, but the Golden Eagles lost more than that along the way.

RV Butler Prevails Over Marquette

The Golden Eagles’ return to Big East play did not go as well as their league opener.

Creighton Hands WSOC Their First BE Loss

The Golden Eagles get cut off at home by the Bluejays.

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Kate Gibson Named Big East Offensive Player of the Week

Here's what the league said about Marquette sophomore forward Kate Gibson's week: In a 2-0-0 week for Marquette, Gibson had one goal and two assists in the Golden Eagles’ 4-1 win at Butler. The sophomore forward had the second-most points in the league last week with four and tied for third-most points per game. She also had two shots on goal in the win at Butler and had one shot in Marquette’s 3-2 win at DePaul. Midfielder Mia Haertle picked up a Weekly Honor Roll nod as well this week. Here's the rundown from the league office: M ade one goal in Marquette’s 3-2 win at DePaul; helped the Golden Eagles outshoot the Blue Demons 18-10; facing 15 shots at Butler on Sunday, she helped Marquette limit the Bulldogs to just four shots on goal.

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Chandler Hallwood named Big East Goalkeeper of the Week

Here's how Marquette wrote it up: Senior Chandler Hallwood was named the league's Goalkeeper of the Week for his performance against Xavier on Saturday. In the lone game he played last week, Hallwood earned the clean sheet as he held the Musketeers off the score sheet for the first time this season and helped MU earn its first road point over a nationally-ranked squad since 2014. He faced 17 shots in the contest, making four saves. This is his second Goalkeeper of the Week honor this season, and the fourth of his career. In addition to Hallwood's major award, Alex Mirsberger was included on the Weekly Honor Roll. Here's the MU explanation: Senior defender Alex Mirsberger was named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll after a massive three-goal performance against Milwaukee on Tuesday and anchoring the Marquette defense to a clean sheet on the road against No. 19 Xavier on Saturday. Scoring all three goal in the first 33 minutes against Milwaukee, he became the first Marquette player to have a hat trick since 2011 and the first defender in all of NCAA Division I to have a hat trick since 2019.

Men’s Soccer Preview: vs RV Butler

The Golden Eagles welcome a team with national attention to Valley Fields.

Women’s Soccer Preview: vs Creighton & vs Connecticut

The Golden Eagles return to the Valley for a pair of league dates with an eye on staying in first place.

MSOC Loses To Saint Louis

Is it a problem to lose to the A-10 favorites who have a resounding all-time edge against you?

Men’s Soccer Preview: at Saint Louis

The Golden Eagles take to the road for a quick mid-week break from Big East action.

Marquette Rallies To Down Butler

Winning 4-1 after trailing 1-0 is a rally, that’s what’s important here.

That’s Pretty Good: Marquette 0, #19 Xavier 0

The Golden Eagles went on the road and swiped a point from an unbeaten and nationally ranked team. Good work, no notes.

First Place! Marquette 3, DePaul 2

The Golden Eagles scored three unanswered goals and survived a late awful penalty kick call to start off Big East play with three points.

Men’s Soccer Preview: at #19 Xavier

The Golden Eagles head to Cincinnati to start off Big East play

WSOC Preview: at DePaul & at Butler

The Golden Eagles get Big East play started with two of their five road matches.

Have Mirs-y: Marquette 5, Milwaukee 2

The Golden Eagles regain possession of the Milwaukee Cup in the second highest scoring game in series history!

All Of The Penalty Kicks: Yale 3, Marquette 2

One first half regular goal for the Bulldogs, four second half penalty kicks.

MSOC Preview: vs Yale & vs Milwaukee

The Golden Eagles have two final home tune-up dates before Big East play starts, but they’re not going to be cakewalks.

Marquette Shuts Out Western Michigan

The Golden Eagles wrap up non-conference action with a victory!

Women’s Soccer Preview: vs Western Michigan

The Golden Eagles welcome the Broncos to Milwaukee to wrap up non-conference play.

Wisconsin Absolutely Unloads On Marquette

Had a nice little soccer contest going until the Badgers ran wild for 20 minutes plus halftime.

Minnesota Shuts Out Marquette

The Golden Eagles suffer their third loss of the year after allowing three goals on the road to the Gophers.

MSOC Rolls Up Michigan In The 2nd Half

Three goals all after intermission gave the win to the Golden Eagles

WSOC Rallies To Beat St. Thomas

And you can’t be anything but impressed at the one goal that they did allow.

Men’s Soccer Preview: vs Michigan & at Wisconsin

The Golden Eagles split home and road with a pair of rapid fire matches against Big Ten foes.

WSOC Preview: at St. Thomas & at Minnesota

The Golden Eagles head to the North Star State for a pair of matches.

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Hallwood Named To Big East Honor Roll

Let's check in with what the league office wrote about the Marquette keeper in his first action of the season: In his season debut for Marquette, Chandler Hallwood earned a shutout in a 1-0 win over South Florida on Friday. Facing 15 shots, Hallwood corralled six saves, while playing the full 90 minutes.

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Bieda Named Freshman of the Week; Olson On Big East Honor Roll

Here's what the Big East office wrote about Josie Bieda's individual award: Bieda scored the game-tying goal for Marquette in the 75th minute to force a 1-1 draw against UIC. The freshman forward had three shots, two of which were on goal, in two matches last week. Two of her shots came in a 5-0 win against Green Bay. And the write up on Olson's honor in her first career start: Had two saves in a 5-0 shutout against Green Bay in her first collegiate start.

WSOC Scores All The Goals vs UWGB

Well, all the goals in this game, that is.

Andrade’s Penalty Kick Makes The Difference vs USF

One goal in 90 minutes is all it takes for Marquette to beat the Bulls.

Marquette Pulls Even With UIC

The first run of play goal of the season for the Golden Eagles was a second half equalizer against the Flames.

Men’s Soccer Preview: vs USF

The Golden Eagles host the Bulls at Valley Fields