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Women’s Soccer Preview: at Creighton & at UConn

The Golden Eagles hit the road looking to improve their standing in the Big East.

Men’s Soccer Drops Out Of The USC Top 25

Jerks.

Marquette Gets Stifled By Butler

It’s hard to win soccer matches with just two shots attempted.

#23 Marquette Capitalizes To Beat Butler

The Golden Eagles take advantage of moments twice in a shutout win of the Bulldogs.

Marquette Starts Off Big East Play With A W

Goals from Taylor Schad and Kate Gibson propel the Golden Eagles to a victory over DePaul.

#23 Men’s Soccer Preview: vs Butler

The Golden Eagles head back out on the road for Big East action, looking to change the result from the opener against the Bluejays.

PREVIEW: Women’s Soccer vs DePaul & Butler

Let’s take a spin around the league heading into Big East action, shall we?

#23 Marquette Retains The Milwaukee Cup With A Draw

It’s just the fifth time in series history that the Golden Eagles have held the Cup for longer than one year at a time.

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Taylor Schad on Weekly Honor Roll

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Here's how the league wrote it up: netted her first-career goal in Marquette’s 2-1 victory over Western Michigan on Thursday, also drawing the foul that led to the game-winning PK in the 89th minute; dished out an assist on the Golden Eagles’ lone goal in 1-1 tie against St. Thomas on Sunday, totaling three points on the week

MSOC Drops In The New National Rankings

The Golden Eagles fell 10 spots in the United Soccer Coaches poll and out of the Top Drawer Soccer list.

#13 Men’s Soccer Preview: The 49th Milwaukee Cup!

The Golden Eagles will be looking to maintain possession of the Cup for a second year for just the fifth time in series history.

WSOC Closes Out Non-Conference Play With A Draw

A quick flurry of action in the first half provided all of the scoring on Sunday afternoon.

#13/#23 Men’s Soccer Gets Swarmed Under By Creighton

The Golden Eagles had nothing going early against the Bluejays and couldn’t recover.

Marquette Rallies To Down Western Michigan

Shouts to Taylor Schad who scored one goal and drew a penalty kick for the game winner!

#13/#23 Men’s Soccer Preview: at Creighton

The Golden Eagles open up Big East play on the road against a preseason division favorite that’s going through some scuffles.

WSOC Preview: vs Western Michigan & vs St. Thomas

The Golden Eagles wrap up non-conference action for this fall with a pair of home dates.

MSOC Moves Into The National Rankings

That’s the kind of thing that happens when you’re 6-0-0 to start the season.

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Beto Soto earns Big East Honor Roll nod

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Soto scored two of Marquette's quick goals against UTRGV on Friday night. He kept his offense going against Wisconsin on Monday with an assist, but timing wise, that counts for next week's awards.

RV/#23 Men’s Soccer Makes A Statement Against #21 Wisconsin

The Golden Eagles jumped all over the Badgers at Valley Fields, then bunkered with 10 men to win.

A Tough Way To Go: Wisconsin 1, Marquette 0

A late goal against 10 woman MU was the difference in Madison on Sunday.

Men’s Soccer Explodes Early To Beat UTRGV

The Golden Eagles exploded for three goals in nine minutes and let that carry them to their fifth straight win to start the season.

City Champs! Marquette 1, Milwaukee 0

The Golden Eagles left the East Side with a victory after Josie Bieda’s late winner at Engelmann Stadium.

RV Men’s Soccer Preview: vs UTRGV & vs #21/#15 Wisconsin

If the Golden Eagles can run their record to 6-0-0, they might just be ranked next week.

WSOC Preview: at UW-Milwaukee & at UW-Madison

The Golden Eagles hit the roads (of varying length) to try to find a way to score goals this season.

Men’s Soccer Is Earning Top 25 Votes?

The Golden Eagles are 4-0-0 with three straight shutouts.... and just barely missed the United Soccer Coaches top 25 this week?

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Ludwig Malberg named Goalkeeper of the Week

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Here's what the league office said about the Swede: A stalwart in net for the Golden Eagles, Målberg improved to 4-0-0 on the season with a pair of shut out victories over Detroit Mercy (6-0) and Harvard (1-0). In the lopsided victory on Friday, the sophomore goalkeeper came up big on five saves, while facing 11 shots. On Monday, Målberg denied each of Harvard’s scoring opportunities, while corralling two saves. Overall, he has 15 saves in a quartet of games with a 0.882 save percentage, along with three consecutive shut outs. In addition to that, Noah Madrigal made the Big East Weekly Honor Roll after a pair of goals and an assist against Detroit Mercy.

Men’s Soccer Keeps Winning Streak Going

The Golden Eagles make use of an own goal to move to 4-0-0 on the year with three straight shutouts.

SO MANY GOALS: Marquette 6, Detroit Mercy 0

The Golden Eagles tallied FIVE times in the second half to lock up their second straight shutout and move to 3-0-0 on the year.

Searching For Answers: Illinois-Chicago 3, Marquette 0

The Golden Eagles had troubles on both sides of the ball as they got shutout for the third straight match.

MSOC Preview: vs Detroit Mercy & vs Harvard

The Golden Eagles keep chugging along at home with an eye at staying undefeated on the season.

WSOC Preview: at Illinois-Chicago

The Golden Eagles head south on I-94 with an eye on finding their offense.

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Brooklyn Merl named Big East Offensive Player of the Week

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Here's what the league office said about him: Leading the offensive attack for Marquette, forward Brooklyn Merl tied for the league-high with six points in a pair of wins for the Golden Eagles. Trailing 2-1 in the season opener against Drake on Thursday, Merl broke through the Bulldogs’ backline off an assist from Mitar Mitrovic to punch in the equalizer in an eventual 3-2 win. On Sunday, the native of Cologne, Germany, stuffed the stat sheet with a goal and a pair of assists to lead Marquette to a 3-0 home win over Purdue Fort-Wayne. Merl opened the game with an assist just two minutes into the second half, before finding the back of the net in the 56th minute, extending the lead to two. Three minutes later, he connected with Mitar Mitrovic for the Golden Eagles’ third goal of the game.