Men's Basketball
MU Wraps Up Play At CBE Classic Against No. 22/18 Gonzaga

Junior Jae Crowder


Junior Jae Crowder

Nov. 23, 2010

TV: ESPNU | Radio: 540 ESPN | Game Notes (PDF)

The Marquette University men’s basketball team (4-1) wraps up play in the 2010 O’Reilly Auto Parts CBE Classic with action in the consolation game against No. 22/18 Gonzaga Tuesday night at 6:45 p.m. CT. ESPNU will feature MU’s second-straight national television broadcast, with Dave O’Brien (play-by-play) and Bob Knight (analyst) calling the action. The Golden Eagles and Bulldogs will be meeting for the third time in men’s basketball, with the most recent matchup coming in 2001-02.

Limited Encounters With Zags In Series History

The Golden Eagles have faced Gonzaga on just two occasions, with each team claiming a victory.

In the most recent matchup, Marquette downed the Zags 72-63 in the championship game of the 2001 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout. MU finished the event 3-0, including victories over Tennessee and Indiana. The Golden Eagles finished 26-7 in 2001-02 behind the play of Dwyane Wade.

The first meeting between the two schools came in 1984-85, when Gonzaga visited Wisconsin and defeated MU 60-54 in the championship game of the Milwaukee Classic.

Cadougan Collects Career-Best In Assists

In 22 minutes off the bench against Duke Monday night, sophomore guard Junior Cadougan was able to dish out a career-best seven assists while turning the ball over just once.

Cadougan’s seven helpers surpassed the combined total (6) of the rest of the other seven players to see action for Marquette. He also scored a personal-best five points in the setback to the Blue Devils. His previous game high came against Prairie View A&M in the season opener, when he collected five assists.


 

 

The Toronto, Ontario, native played in just 12 games in 2009-10 after suffering an achilles injury during preseason workouts. He had just four assists all of last season.

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