That's What They Said
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After finishing the season ranked #6 in the AP poll, the Golden Eagles should be expected as a tippy top team for next season.
We’ll talk about head coach John Becker, who’s the team MVP, whether their center is Big Man or Tall Man, and finally, a brief tour of Burlington restaurants.
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.
Media Day is next week, so it’s time to show you our own ballot for the conference’s top honors heading into the season.
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The Golden Eagles are young, inexperienced, and have a new head coach. What do you want to see from them?
Two grad transfers on bonus years of eligibility plus two normal transfers, with all four likely needing to have a big year for the Golden Eagles to have success.
The Golden Eagles have five first year players on the roster. Who is going to shine the most?
Some spots are seemingly obvious, some are most definitely not.
Is it offense? Is it defense? Is it something tangible?
It seems there are two leading obvious candidates.
Let’s take the temperature of the room heading into Shaka Smart’s first season, shall we?
I mean, someone has to be, right?
People seem to be very high on what the newest Golden Eagle brings to the team.
Here's the description of the 22 minute interview: Stevie Mitchell joined Zach "SchuZ" Schumaker to breakdown his commitment to Marquette, who else he would like to add to the 2021 recruiting class alongside Kameron Jones and himself, why he loves investing so much time into his community and what it is like carrying on his uncles legacy by being named after him.
Let’s read about all the nice things that people had to say about the newest Golden Eagle.
Let’s see what we can dig up about the newest Golden Eagle.