Marquette Golden Eagles found themselves in the best spot they’ve been in the Big East Tournament since 2013. They were a high seed and did get an extra day off. What stood in their way was Seton Hall. A team who Marquette beat once, and
Marquette had its first real Senior Day in quite some time. Jajuan Johnson, Luke Fischer and Duane Wilson had some seen some shit through their years with Golden Eagles. But all three players held strong, and they could be dancing in March in their final
For a second there, it looked like history was set to repeat itself. Marquette found themselves in a tight, down-to-the-wire finish with Seton Hall after Golden Eagles let a 10-point lead with three minutes left slip away. Thankfully, Pirates would only force overtime, but Marquette
With a minute left, it appears Marquette Golden Eagles would have a signature road win to put on their NCAA Tournament resume. Golden Eagles went on a great run late to regain the lead against Seton Hall, a team who gave them fits last season.
Marquette Golden Eagles get going tonight for their Big East opener. Let’s have a look at the teams in their conference. People are saying this is the best conference in basketball, and it’s hard to argue that point. The top four features four teams who
I’m a little behind on this, but let’s get into Marquette’s Big East schedule. Marquette hosts Villanova It’s the first time since 1978 that Golden Eagles will host the defending National Champions on Tuesday, January 24th. Golden Eagles gets them middle of the Big East