STATS: 4 Goals, 2 Assists
Maegan Kelly matched a program record for goals (four) and points (10) in a match, tying Christy Zwolski's records set against Sacred Heart on Aug. 27, 2006. Kelly's first goal came just 63 seconds into the match and followed it up with her second in the 14th minute. Her third tally came less than 3 minutes later and goal number four made the score 8-0 in the 75th minute.
STATS: 3 Goals, 3 Shots on Goal
Freshman C. Nortey recorded his first collegiate hat trick, in the first 27 minutes of the match no less, as Marquette defeated Seton Hall, 3-0. Nortey's first goal came just one minute, 53 seconds into the contest, sending a header past the goalkeeper for the opening strike. He then added two more scores (in the 14th and 27th minutes, respectively) after being on the end of a pair of free kicks by senior midfielder Calum Mallace.
STATS: 18 Kills, 23 Attacks, .739 Hitting Percentage, 1 Service Ace
STATS: 39 minutes, 18 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists
Katherine Plouffe led all scorers with 18 points and 11 rebounds in the win over the Red Storm and give MU its first BIG EAST road win of the season. Plouffe played 39 minutes and added three assists, two steals and one block. She made 8-of-14 attempts from the floor.
BIG EAST Championship: 800-meter time of 1:52.99
Junior sprinter Kyle Winter claimed the first BIG EAST Conference indoor title for Marquette with a time of 1:52.99 in the 800-meter run finals at the BIG EAST Indoor Track and Field Championships at The Armory in New York. Winter notched the first BIG EAST title for Marquette since the outdoor championships in 2008 and the first individual championship since Matt Piekarski captured the decathlon title in 2006.
STATS: 25 points, 16 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals
Jae Crowder completely dominated the BYU Cougars, posting 25 points, a career-high 16 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals. The performance made him just the third player in NCAA Tournament history
2011-12 Best Individual Performance