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Marquette Women's Lacrosse

Once They Got Going: Marquette 19, Detroit Mercy 7

It was a back-and-forth contest until midway through the second quarter, and then it was all Golden Eagles all the time.

Women’s Lacrosse Preview: at Detroit Mercy

The Golden Eagles visit the Titans in an effort to shake a three game losing streak.

Jacksonville Slips Away Late For WLax’s 3rd Straight L

The game was tied at 13 with six minutes to go..... and then the Golden Eagles lost by four.

Women’s Lacrosse Preview: at Jacksonville

The Golden Eagles face the Dolphins with an eye on stopping a skid from turning into a streak.

Not Much To Say: #4 Northwestern A Lot, Marquette Exercise

We can’t even say that the Golden Eagles got fresh air to go with their exercise since the game was indoors.

Women’s Lacrosse Preview: at #1 Northwestern

Although they’re (probably) not going to be #1 when this game starts on Monday evening.

WLax Can’t Hold It Together vs Louisville

The Golden Eagles’ offense went quiet for nearly a quarter and they gave up seven unanswered goals to turn a lead into a loss.

Women’s Lacrosse Preview: at Louisville

The Golden Eagles embark on a set of five straight games on the road with a visit to Derby City.

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Bireley Named OPOTW; Huber on Weekly Honor Roll

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Marquette women's lacrosse earned two nods from the Big East office in the season's first weekly awards. First, Meg Bireley was named Offensive Player of the Week. Here's what the league said about her: Bireley started off the season with a bang, posting a career-high seven goals in Marquette’s 18-12 opening win over Cincinnati on Sunday. The junior was a consistent presence on the offensive end throughout the matchup, totaling career highs in shots (12) and shots on goal (10). She also helped out with a caused turnover and ground ball, leading the Golden Eagles to a 1-0 start. Defender Kaitlyn Huber made the Weekly Honor Roll as well. Here's her writeup: posted career highs in caused turnovers (3), grounds balls (2), and draw controls (1) in Marquette’s 18-12 win over Cincinnati on Sunday

The IL/IWLCA Voters Forgot About Marquette

Monday morning brought us the first in-season poll for the 2024 season, and the 1-0 Golden Eagles are suddenly missing from the list of teams earning votes.

RV WLax Handles Business Against Cincinnati

The Golden Eagles started strong and built a lead to knock off the Bearcats in the season opener.

RV Women’s Lacrosse Preview: vs Cincinnati

The Golden Eagles open the 2024 season with one of their longest running rivalries.

WLax Season Preview: 3 Questions

The Golden Eagles are coming off the most successful season in program history. What’s next?

The Marquette Women’s Lacrosse All-Time Draw Controls Chart

Josie Kropp takes over as the active leader in draws, but I suspect someone else will rise up alongside her as the year goes along.

The Marquette Women’s Lacrosse All-Time Assists Chart

We have two women prepared to enter the top 10 this season, and who knows what else might happen?

WLax Picked 5th; Steiner Named Preseason All-BE

It would seem that the Big East coaches aren’t on the same page as some national poll voters.

2024 WLax Season Preview: The Freshmen

11 new faces on the roster, all on their first year of collegiate eligibility. Will anyone break through to make an impact right away?

The Marquette Women’s Lacrosse All-Time Goals Chart

Meg Bireley starts her quest for 100 goals, while three women have a chance to enter the top 10 in 2024.

2024 WLax Season Preview: The Returning Players

The Golden Eagles lose an number of notable names from 2023, the best season in program history, but they bring back a solid spine for 2024.

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The 2024 Marquette Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview!

Everything you need to know about the upcoming season, all in one place!

The Marquette Women’s Lacrosse All-Time Points Chart

We readjust for 2024 after a fireworks show in 2023.

WLax, The Preseason Top 25, And You

How many preseason top 25 teams will the Golden Eagles see during the 2024 season?

Unscientific Predictions: 2024 Big East WLax Preseason Awards

The start of the campaign isn’t that far off in the distance, so let’s

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Marquette Women's Lacrosse announces captains for 2024

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Defender Audrey Brett, defender Faith Chmielewski, and midfielder Leigh Steiner will be the leadership on the field for the Golden Eagles and head coach Meredith Black.

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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WLax headed to Spain

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Fresh off the program's first NCAA tournament appearance, the Golden Eagles are headed to Spain next week. The trip will include various sightseeing opportunities and a contest against the Spanish National Team. This will be Marquette's first foreign trip since 2016.

NCAA Tournament: Richmond Gets The Best Of Marquette

The Golden Eagles fell behind early and the Spiders took advantage of winning draws to control the game from there.

NCAA WLax Tournament Preview: Marquette vs Richmond

The Golden Eagles face the Spiders in the first NCAA game in program history.

WLax Slips In The New Top 25 Poll

Because that’s what happens when you lose to a team ranked below you and it’s your second straight loss.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE IS IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT!

The Golden Eagles are an at-large participant heading to North Carolina for the first round.

It’s Selection Sunday For Women’s Lacrosse!

With the Golden Eagles falling in the Big East semifinals, they have to wait to find out if they receive an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament.

WLax Falls In The Big East Semifinals

But credit to them for making it interesting after falling behind 5-0 out of the gate