January 2010 Archives

What Do Marquette Student-Athletes Study?

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Below is a breakdown of Marquette University's 207 student-athletes and the colleges in which they are enrolled (Sept. 2009). The numbers are broken down into the total number of student-athletes and the percentage enrolled in each college.

To learn more about Marquette's academic offerings visit:

Klinger College of Arts and Sciences 54 26%
College of Business Administration 43 21%
Diederich College of Communications 36 17%
College of Health Sciences 34 16%
College of Education 23 11%
College of Nursing 3 2%
College of Professional Studies 2 1%

The newest Marquette Magazine (Winter 2010) has some very interesting articles that pertain to athletics at Marquette. They are:

Ludum habemus* [*we got game]

By Dan McGrath

Former Chicago Tribune sports editor and 1972 Marquette graduate, Dan McGrath, dives into the history of college basketball and Catholic NCAA institutions. 

Friends Gathered a Final Time For Linda Tully

By Jay Sanders

Former Marquette women's volleyball player Linda Tully passed away this past summer after a brain injury suffered in a car accident left her in a coma for the past 24 years. 

(A Linda Tully Memorial Scholarship was established at Immaculate Conception High School in Elmhurst, Ill. See the article for more details.)

"Fanciest Fielding First Baseman Ever"

By Nicole Sweeney Etter

Dorothy "Kammie" Kamenshek (PT, '58) played for the Rockford Peaches of the All-American Girls Baseball League in the 1940s and early '50s. Kamenshek was the only player to be recruited by a men's team, led the league with a .292 career batting average and was considered the best player in professional women's baseball. In the movie A League of Their Own, it has been speculated that Geena Davis' character was loosely based on Kamenshek.

The most recent installment of the Terri Mitchell Show is available online through's All-Access Platform. 

Below are features from the Jan. 22 show including a one-on-one interviews with junior guard Tatiyiana McMorris and assistant coach Cara Consuegra. 

Jan. 26 Edition Of MU Men's Basketball TV Show

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The Jan. 26 edition of Inside Marquette Basketball with Buzz Williams is now available online at to view for free.  Included in this week's show are features on Bart Lundy and the Al McGuire Center.

Inside Marquette Basketball - Jan. 26

MU-UConn Televison Information For Jan. 30

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Saturday's matchup is the BIG EAST Network Game of the week, providing numerous broadcast outlets across the country.

ESPN Full Court
WCIU (Chicago)
WPHL (Philadelphia)
WCVB (Boston)
WMUR (Boston)
MASN (Washington DC)
BrightHouse (Tampa)
BrightHouse (Orlando)
WTAE (Pittsburgh)
WTTV (Indianapolis)
MASN (Baltimore)
WCTX (Hartford-New Haven)
WKRC (Cincinnati)
WWHO (Columbus, OH)
WMLW (Milwaukee)
WLYH (Harrisburg, PA)
WHAS (Louisville)
Cox (New Orleans)
Cox (Providence)
WQMY (Wilkes Barre-Scranton)
Time Warner (Albany)
WTVQ (Lexington)
WCHS (Charleston-Huntington)
WBDT (Dayton)
WACY (Green Bay-Appleton)
Time Warner (Rochester, NY)
Time Warner (Syracuse, NY)
WMSN (Madison)
WMYS (South Bend)
WHVL (Johnstown-Altoona)
WAZE (Evansville)
WYTV (Youngstown)
WHTV (Lansing, MI)
KQEG (LaCrosse)
WTVO (Rockford, IL)
WOAY (Beckfield, WV)
WTOV (Wheeling, WV)
WVFX (Clarksburg, WV)

Jan. 25 Radio Show Podcast Now Available

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Head coach Buzz Williams recaps the week that was, previews Rutgers and answers the questions submitted by the loyal fan base.

The Marquette Basketball Hour with Buzz Williams Jan. 25 Podcast

Track & Field Highlights - MU-UWM Dual Meet

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In a down-to-the-wire finish for the men's meet, it all rested on the shoulders of freshman Kyle Winter as the anchor leg of the 4x400-meter relay. In the second clip of the highlights, Winter can be seen overtaking his counterpart from UWM at the last second of the relay. 

Other clips include a personal record by Jeff Kluge in the weight throw and an NCAA provisional qualifying mark in the high jump by Erynn James.


The Marquette Basketball Hour with Buzz Williams, the team's weekly radio show, returns to The Union Sports Annex at 6 p.m. Monday night.

Fans are encouraged to attend and the team will be in attendance as well.  The hour-long program features comments from the head coach and a preview of Tuesday night's matchup with Rutgers.

Sophomore Standout

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Ally Miller of the Marquette women's soccer team, who was named to the 2009 BIG EAST All-Rookie Team, was mentioned in a article as sophomore to watch during the 2010 season. 

Below is what had to say about the Mequon, Wis. native. 

Ally Miller, Marquette: Coaches always talk about having players on the field that can play multiple positions. They say in an ideal world, they don't want a defender, or a midfielder or a striker, but a "soccer player." Miller is a soccer player. She played a lot in the midfield with FC Milwaukee prior to her freshman season but found her minutes for the Golden Eagles as a defender. She has good size and earned a ton of minutes during a season that included the NCAAs. Miller is an interesting case and all bets are off in her future. She could just as easily end up being an all-conference defender or midfielder.

Click here for the complete article.

The most recent installment of the Terri Mitchell Show is available online through's All-Access Platform. 

Below are features from the Jan. 15 show including a one-on-one interview with Courtney Weibel and the Golden Eagles' visit to Edward A. MacDowell School. 

2010 Men's Soccer Opponents

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Although the 2010 men's soccer schedule will not be released until later this spring, we can give you some insight into who the Golden Eagles will play.

Marquette will open the 2010 regular season with the annual "Milwaukee Cup" on Wednesday, Sept. 1 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Home non-confernece opponents include Florida Gulf Coast, UC Santa Clara, Michigan, Wisconsin and Wright State. MU is also looking to schedule one more non-conference opponent for its home opener the first weekend in September.

MU will also host BIG EAST home matches against UConn, Syracuse, Providence and Seton Hall, while the Golden Eagles will travel to Rutgers, Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Georgetown and West Virginia.

Butler Named to Dickie V's 'All-Improved Team'

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Earlier this week, Jimmy Butler was one of five players named to Dick Vitale's All-Improved Team ( for his contributions to the Golden Eagles thus far in 2009-10.

The ESPN college basketball analyst called Butler "a difference-maker for Buzz Williams," citing the Marquette forward's increased playing time and productivity compared to last year, Butler's first season at MU.

MU-DePaul Television Information

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The BIG EAST Network features Wednesday night's broadcast, which will be available on the following outlets.

ESPN Full Court
SportsNet New York
WCIU (Chicago)
MASN (Washington D.C.) - tape delay at 10 p.m. CT
MASN (Baltimore) - tape delay at 10 p.m. CT
FSN Ohio (Cincinnati)
WMLW (Milwaukee)
Cox NE (Providence)

Inside Marquette Basketball Jan. 19 Show Available Online

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The most recent edition of Inside Marquette Basketball with Buzz Williams is now available online through's All-Access multimedia platform.

Watch Jan. 19 Show Online

Available below are features from this week's show on junior Jimmy Butler and a school visit the team made over break.

Track & Field Highlights - Badger Quad

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The Marquette University men's and women's track and field squads returned to competition at the Badger Quad on Jan. 16. Many MU student-athletes reached personal bests during the meet, while a few recorded 2010 BIG EAST Indoor Championships qualifying marks.

Included in the highlights: Chanel Franklin, Rachel Thiel, Jayne Grebinski, Olivia Johnson, Jeff Kluge, Erynn James, Sarah Verdoliva, Molly Arenberg, Carrie Schmid

Sophomore goalkeeper Natalie Kulla of the women's soccer team played the final 20 minutes of a 90-minute game against the senior South Korean National Team Monday. In the 20 minutes of action, Kulla made three saves to help the Americans come away with a 0-0 draw. 

The team concludes training camp on Jan. 20. 

Ask Terri

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Have a question for head coach Terri Mitchell regarding Marquette women's basketball or anything related to the game?  Mitchell is answering your questions on her TV and radio shows as part of a new segment "Ask Terri." Send your questions to and tune in to the Terri Mitchell Radio Show and Terri Mitchell TV Show to see if your question gets answered.

The Terri Mitchell (TV) Show airs every Friday on Sports32 at 5 p.m. The next Terri Mitchell Radio Show on 540 AM ESPN Radio is set to air Monday, Jan. 25 at 9 p.m.

Before returning home Sunday afternoon from its trip to Villanova, the Marquette women's basketball team had the opportunity to visit historical sites in Philadelphia including the "Rocky" steps, the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. 

No Radio Show Scheduled For Monday, Jan. 18

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The Marquette Basketball Hour with Buzz Williams will take the week off and return to the airwaves on Jan. 25 at The Uniion Sports Annex on campus.

Marquette-Providence Highlights & Postgame Notes

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  • Series History: Marquette leads 7-4
  • Marquette sophomore guard Darius Johnson-Odom scored a career-high 22 points, 20 of which came in the first half. Johnson-Odom hit the first four of his attempts from long range.
  • MU senior guard David Cubillan contributed a career-high seven assists in the game.
  • The Golden Eagles shot a season-best 61.9 percent from behind the three-point line in the contest and hit a season-best 13 treys.
  • Marquette also connected on 35 of its 57 field goal attempts for a field goal percentage of 61.4, also its highest of the season.
  • Providence sophomore forward Jamine Peterson was assessed a flagrant technical foul at the 2:28 mark in the first half and ejected from the game. As the ejection was not for fighting, Peterson will be available for the Friars in their next game on Jan. 23 against USF.
  • MU senior guard Maurice Acker reached a career-high 23 points. Acker also hit a career-high six treys and was a perfect 6-of-6 from three. Cubillan was also a perfect 6-of-6 from long range against Georgetown on Jan. 6.
  • Today's 93 points by MU marks its highest point total in a BIG EAST contest since it defeated No. 25/23 Georgetown, 94-82, in Milwaukee on Jan. 31, 2009.
  • That game against Georgetown was also the last time that MU had three players reach 20-or-more points. In that contest, Lazar Hayward and Wesley Matthews each had 23 points, while Jerel McNeal had a game-high 26 points.
  • Marquette improves to 17-1 under head coach Buzz Williams when it shoots 50 percent-or-better.
  • The victory was Williams' 50th career victory as a collegiate head coach.

Buzz Williams-Joseph Fulce Jan. 15 Media Availability Video

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Head coach Buzz Williams and junior Joseph Fulce met with the media prior to practice on Friday afternoon at the Al McGuire Center.

MU-Providence Television Information

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The Marquette University men's basketball team celebrates National Marquette Day on Sunday, Jan. 17 when the team hosts Providence in BIG EAST Conference action at 3 p.m. in the Bradley Center. The BIG EAST Network will feature the broadcast, with Lou Canellis (play-by-play) and Mike Kelley (analyst) calling the action.

ESPN Full Court
SportsNet New York
MASN (Washington DC)
MASN (Baltimore)
WMLW (Milwaukee)
Cox-NE (Providence, New Bedford)

The highly anticipated 2009-10 men's basketball media guide is now available for purchase online by clicking here.  The 136-page publication features a landscape playout and full color hardcovers.

The latest edition of Inside Marquette Basketball with Buzz Williams, the team's weekly television show, is also available online for free.  Two of the features in this week's show are available below.

The Terri Mitchell Radio Show returns to the airwaves tonight on 540 AM ESPN Radio at 8 p.m.

Former Marquette women's basketball player Kareeda Chones-Aguam will again host the 30-minute show tonight throughout the season.

All Terri Mitchell Radio shows can be heard on 540 AM ESPN Radio or online through

The Golden Eagles return to action Wednesday night at the Al McGuire Center to host No. 1/1 Connecticut at 7 p.m.

The Marquette Basketball Hour Podcast - Jan. 11

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Download a free podcast of the weekly men's basketball radio program from Jan. 11, 2010 at Centercourt.  Staff members Brad Autry and Aki Collins joined Steve "The Homer" True, along with junior Joe Fulce and sophomore Darius Johnson-Odom,

Free Podcast Download

MU-Villanova Television Information

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Marquette's matchup at Villanova on Saturday will be featured on the BIG EAST Network, with Bob Picozzi and John Celestand calling the action.  The game will be available on the following networks.

ESPN Full Court
MSG+ (New York)
WPHL (Philadelphia)
MASN (Washington DC)
BrightHouse (Tampa-St. Petersburg)
BrightHouse (Orlando-Daytona Beach)
MASN (Baltimore)
METRO (Kansas City)
Sports32 (Milwaukee)
Cox (New Orleans)
Cox (Providence-New Bedford)

Marquette-Georgetown Postgame Highlights & Notes

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• Series History: Marquette leads 5-4 • No. 12 Georgetown is the highest ranked team that MU has defeated since it beat No. 12 Pittsburgh, 75-71 on March 3, 2007.
• The win is MU's first BIG EAST victory over a ranked team since it beat Georgetown 94-82 when it was ranked No. 25 on Jan. 31, 2009.
• Senior forward Lazar Hayward scored 12 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for his second consecutive double-double and fourth of the season.
• Marquette jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the first half and would lead for all of the first stanza.
• Senior guard David Cubillan led the Golden Eagles in scoring for the first time this season. He finished with a season-high 18 points.
• Cubillan was a perfect 6-of-6 from long range, tying him for the top percentage (1.000) in school history in a single game. Last season against Cincinnati Jerel McNeal was a perfect 7-of-7 from deep for the most threes without a miss. Cubillan hit all four of his 3-point attempts in the first half, including the last three MU baskets of the half.
• Junior guard Dwight Buycks saw a season-high 39 minutes of action while scoring 10 points, his second consecutive game in double digits.
• Georgetown took its first lead of the game, 38-37, at the 16:40 mark of the second half on a pair of Austin Freeman free throws. The free throws were the result of a technical foul assessed to the Marquette bench. It was MU's first technical foul of the season.
• Marquette was outscored in the paint 32-6.
• Despite MU's apparent lack of size it out-rebounded the Hoyas 31-28.
• It was the first time this season that MU has defeated a team while recording the lower shooting percentage. GU shot 48.9 percent (22-of-45) while MU was 38.9 percent (21-of-54).
• MU used a 12-6 advantage on the offensive glass to outscore GU 17-8 in second-chance points.
• Marquette outscored the Georgetown bench 11-2, with seven points coming from Darius Johnson-Odom.

MU-Georgetown Television Coverage

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Eric Collins and Mike Kelley will call the game Wednesday night for the BIG EAST Network, which will be available on the following outlets.

ESPN Full Court
MASN (Washington DC)
MASN (Baltimore)
Time Warner (Milwaukee)
Time Warner (Rochester, NY)
Time Warner (Syracuse, NY)
COX New England (Providence, RI) - joined in progress
SportsNet NY (Jan. 7 at 2 p.m. CT)

Matthews Earns One-Year Contract With Utah Jazz

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Wesley Matthews confirmed with today that he has earned a guaranteed one-year contract with the NBA's Utah Jazz.

Matthews was notified of the team's decision by general manager Kevin O'Connor on Wednesday morning.  Teams had until today to release any player they weren't going to keep for the remainder of the season.

Matthews, who was the first non-drafted rookie to start for an NBA team this season, will now become a free agent at the end of the 2009-10 season.  He could also re-sign with the Jazz.

The Madison, Wis., native will now turn his attention to buying/leasing a new car as his first major purchase.

Marquette's Men's Basketball Family Extends To NBA Ranks

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Check out an exclusive feature on by alum Dan McGrath that details Marquette's current members of the NBA ranks.  McGrath will be providing features throughout the 2009-10 season.

Marquette NBA Feature

Inside Marquette Basketball Jan. 5 Show Available Online

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Watch the Jan. 5 edition of Inside Marquette Basketball with Buzz Williams for free online by clicking here.  This week's features include freshman Junior Cadougan and Buzz's Bunch, which are both available below.

Wednesday's Matchup A Featured Jesuit Basketball Spotlight

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Jesuit Basketball Spotlight Website

JBS-Logo.jpgWednesday's matchup between Marquette and Georgetown has been promoted by the Jesuit Basketball Spotlight, which highlights games between schools that share a common Jesuit mission and identity. Combined, the 28 Jesuit schools throughout the United States provide an education for nearly 200,000 students steeped in the traditions of academic excellence, faith, ethical leadership and service to others.

In 2008-09, the Golden Eagles finished second in the nation to Xavier in the final overall standings.

Dowload Free Podcast Of Jan. 4 MBB Radio Show

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The Marquette Basketball Hour with Buzz Williams returned to the airwaves Monday, Jan. 4.  Download a podcast of the complete 60-minute program for free by clicking on the link below.

Jan. 4 Show Podcast

Online Contest Featured For National Marquette Day Jan. 17

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Time to get your Marquette on.

Show the rest of Marquette nation how well you wear your Marquette pride and passion. Share your best photo with us and you could be one of five lucky fans to win:

  • Roundtrip airfare to Milwaukee for National Marquette Day, courtesy of AirTran
  • Hotel accommodations on Jan. 16-17, courtesy of Hilton Milwaukee City Center
  • Tickets to the Jan. 17 game against Providence
  • Pre-game VIP access
  • On-court recognition
  • And perhaps best of all - your very own Marquette noggin!

Contest ends January 11th.

Men's Basketball Radio Show Returns To Annex Jan. 4

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The Marquette Basketball Hour with Buzz Williams returns to the airwaves Monday, Jan. 4 from 6-7 p.m. at The Union Sports Annex (16th & Wells).

Marquette fans are encouraged to attend the show.  The Annex offers nightly food and drink specials.  Head coach Buzz Williams will join Steve "The Homer" True for the hour-long program, which will preview Wednesday night's matchup with No. 12/12 Georgetown.

Marquette-Villanova Postgame Notes & Video

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  •  Series History: Villanova leads 9-6
  • Senior forward Lazar Hayward notched his third double-double of the season with 17 points and 14 rebounds. Hayward also moved into 14th place all-time in scoring at MU (1,508 points).
  • Junior guard Jimmy Butler led MU with 19 points, the sixth time this season that Butler has led the Golden Eagles in scoring.
  • MU is now 2-8 in its last 10 games decided by four-or-less points, including a 63-62 loss at the hands of No. 6 West Virginia on Dec. 29.
  • The lead changed 13 times over the course of the contest.
  • After nailing four of its first five 3-pointers, MU closed out the first half by making only one of its final eight attempts.
  • In the first half, MU pulled out to a 23-13 lead before a 13-2 Villanova run would give the Wildcats their first lead at 26-25 Marquette sophomore Darius Johnson-Odom, who entered today's game leading the BIG EAST in 3-point percentage (59.6 percent), was held without a trey for the first time this season.
  • Junior guard Dwight Buycks scored a career-high 15 points.
  • Villanova freshman guard Maalik Wayns tied a career high with 16 points

Celebrating 100 Years

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As part of the Centennial Celebration of Women at Marquette, the Marquette Athletics Department will recognize members of the 1975-76 women's basketball team, 1975 women's volleyball team, the 1965 women's golf team, and M Club Hall of Fame Coach Tat Shiely during halftime of Marquette's BIG EAST Conference lidlifter versus No. 20/18 Pittsburgh Saturday at the Al McGuire Center. 

It's "Throwback Night" as the Golden Eagles will be sporting jerseys worn during the late 1970s in pre-game warmups in salute to the women who helped pave the way for them. All tickets, PARKING (in the Wells Street Structure), hot dogs and sodas are ONLY $1. Tickets are still available! Call 414-288-4668 or log on to

For more information about the Centennial Celebration of Women at Marquette CLICK HERE

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