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By Sports Digest | November 18, 2009
Lazar Hayward scored a collegiate-high 28 points to lead Marquette to an 86-60 victory over UMES, in Milwaukee, Wis. Hayward was 12 of 20 from the field to go with eight rebounds, two assists and two steals. Jimmy Butler added 13 points and seven rebounds, and David Cubillan and Dwight Buycks added 12 each for Marquette (2-0), which never trailed in extending its nonconference home winning streak to 22 games. This was the first meeting between the two teams. Hillary Haley led the Hawks (0-2)
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From Sun staff reports | April 9, 2014
Randy Staats scored five goals and Kevin Rice had a hat trick as No. 8 Syracuse (7-3) beat No. 6 Cornell, 14-9, on Tuesday night. The Orange got out to a 4-1 lead on goals by Rice and Henry Schoonmaker, but the Big Red (9-2) responded with a 4-0 run to take its only lead of the game at 5-4. Syracuse scored the next two goals to make the score 6-5 at halftime. The Orange pulled away in the second half as Staats scored four straight goals to make the score 12-6 with 9:44 left.
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By Katherine Dunn | February 20, 2013
When Kenzie Brown finally whittled her college lacrosse list down to a few schools a couple years ago, she found herself drawn to the new program at Marquette. “The whole time I was looking at colleges, I wanted to get away from the East Coast,” the Dulaney graduate said. “Marquette was the perfect school for me. I wanted a school that was in an urban area. It has a brand new program. It's such an honor to be a part of a program that's just beginning. It seems like such an amazing thing to start a family and make a fresh start with everything -- and I just love Wisconsin.” When she got to Milwaukee, Brown knew it wouldn't be easy to get a new program - with 27 true and red-shirt freshmen -- off the ground much less on the winning track, but the Golden Eagles didn't need much time to earn their first win. The only Marylander on the roster was a big part of it. A midfielder, Brown led the team with five goals and two assists in a 12-11 win over Coast Carolina in just their second game.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | April 1, 2014
The opportunities to be a college head coach had been there before for longtime Duke assistant Steve Wojciechowski. “Finding a school that matches who I am as a person and the vision I have for the program is really important,” Wojciechowski said a couple of years ago. “But I want to be a head coach and run my own program and do the things that happened to me at Duke. I want to do that for other kids”. Wojciechowski hopes to have found that match at Marquette. The 37-year-old Wojciechowski, who grew up in Severna Park and played at Cardinal Gibbons, was introduced as the head coach of the Golden Eagles Tuesday at a press conference in Milwaukee.
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By Gary Lambrecht | April 5, 2003
Tonight's first game What: NCAA tournament semifinal. Site: Superdome, New Orleans. Time: 6:07. TV: Chs. 13, 9. Line: Kansas by 4 1/2 . The teams Kansas: No. 2 seed, 29-7; won West Regional by beating No. 3 seed Duke, 69-65, in the semifinals and No. 1 seed Arizona, 78-75, in the title game; 32nd NCAA tournament appearance. Marquette: No. 3 seed, 27-5; won Midwest Regional by beating No. 4 seed Pitt, 77-74, and No. 1 seed Kentucky, 83-69, in the title game; 23rd NCAA tournament appearance.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2013
A Marquette men's lacrosse player has been suspended from the team after being charged with attacking a university public safety officer while on the drug LSD, Inside Lacrosse reported today. Sophomore Charley Gargano, 20, a starting defenseman, faces a count of substantial battery with intent to cause harm after the incident Saturday. Gargano told investigators he "voluntarily ingested the hallucinogen lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) on four separate occasions" while attending a concert with friends and has no memory of committing the alleged attack, according to Fox 6 TV in Milwaukee.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun Staff Writer | March 25, 1994
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Purdue's Glenn Robinson may be the Southeast Regional's main attraction, but Duke's Grant Hill doesn't play second fiddle to too many opponents. Just ask the Marquette Warriors.Hill, the Blue Devils' All-American senior swingman, put yet another stamp on a splendid college career last night. He revived a sluggish Duke team by scoring 16 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to lead the second-seeded Blue Devils to a 59-49 victory over sixth-seeded Marquette at Thompson-Boling Arena.
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By Maria Archangelo and Maria Archangelo,Staff writer | October 16, 1991
A 25-year-old Washington man was sentenced to three years of supervised probation yesterday following his conviction on charges that he assaulted a woman at a city motel.Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. handed down the sentence after finding Christopher A. Marquette guilty of assault and battery in a January attack on a county woman at Lee's Motel on Route 140.Marquette entered an Alford plea to the assault and battery charge in exchange for having other charges against him dropped. In a Alford plea, a defendant does not admit guilt but acknowledges that the state has enough evidence to convict him.According to a statement of facts read in court by Deputy State's Attorney Edward M. Ulsch, Marquette met the woman at Champs Restaurant in Westminster on Jan. 21.The woman's name is being withheld because of the nature of the charges.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 3, 1996
MILWAUKEE -- Anthony Pieper scored 30 points, including 14 on three-point shots, as Marquette defeated Morgan State, 98-58, last night after opening the second half with a 15-0 run.Marquette (7-2) led 58-28 after Pieper scored eight points during the run.Morgan State (1-10), playing with three freshmen as starters and with only one player over 6 feet 5, shot just 27 percent. The Bears have averaged 24.6 points during a seven-game road trip.Paul Grant led Morgan State with 14 points. Jerard Rucker was the only other Morgan State player to score in double digits with 11.
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By MIKE PRESTON | April 6, 2003
NEW ORLEANS -- Hey, Marquette, Kansas went that-a-way. Marquette may have never seen the Jayhawks. If it did, the Jayhawks must have been a blue-and-white blur en route to the NCAA championship game tomorrow night here at the Superdome. In one of the most explosive and dominating offensive performances in recent NCAA Division I history, Kansas ran Marquette ragged, 94-61, in a semifinal game. A Kodak moment came with 8:32 left in the first half with Kansas guard Kirk Hinrich shooting two foul shots.
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By Jon Fogg, The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2013
A Marquette men's lacrosse player has been suspended from the team after being charged with attacking a university public safety officer while on the drug LSD, Inside Lacrosse reported today. Sophomore Charley Gargano, 20, a starting defenseman, faces a count of substantial battery with intent to cause harm after the incident Saturday. Gargano told investigators he "voluntarily ingested the hallucinogen lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) on four separate occasions" while attending a concert with friends and has no memory of committing the alleged attack, according to Fox 6 TV in Milwaukee.
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From Sun staff reports | April 3, 2013
No. 7 Notre Dame made its argument Tuesday for why it still belongs in discussions about the best men's lacrosse team in NCAA Division I. One day removed from falling out of the top spot in The Baltimore Sun's rankings, the Fighting Irish (7-2) rolled to a 17-5 neutral-site victory over a less-experienced Golden Eagles (2-5) squad at Loyola Academy's Hoerster Field in Wilmette, Ill. The Golden Eagles, who started seven underclassmen - including a half-dozen freshmen - kept things close early after a fairly pedestrian first quarter in which both sides tried to control the tempo by being selective on the attacking end. Co-captain Ben Dvorak got Marquette on the scoreboard with 40 seconds left in the opening quarter to tie the score at 1. It didn't stay even for long, however, as Notre Dame's John Scioscia ended the first quarter with the first of his six goals on the day. The score remained that way until near the midway point of the second quarter.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | March 30, 2013
WASHINGTON - A year ago, C.J. Fair and top-seeded Syracuse left Boston's TD Garden unfulfilled after losing to No. 2 seed Ohio State in the NCAA tournament's East Regional final. Fair had done little to help, taking just two shots and scoring eight points in a seven-point loss to the Buckeyes. Fair and his Syracuse teammates had a much different feeling leaving Verizon Center on Saturday night. Not only did the fourth-seeded Orange advance to its first Final Four in a decade with a 55-39 win over third-seeded Marquette, but the former City standout played a big part in the victory.
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March 26, 2013
Miami, Ohio State Brian Hamilton Chicago Tribune Form held in the East, and each of the top seeds had its crawl-over-broken-glass win. So there's no one primed for a fall. That should make Indiana the most dangerous team, but Syracuse's length could nudge the Hoosiers out of their comfort zone. We'll stick with the original pick: Jim Larranaga working Final Four magic with a defensive-oriented Miami team that can control tempo and take down Marquette and the Hoosiers.
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By Katherine Dunn | February 20, 2013
When Kenzie Brown finally whittled her college lacrosse list down to a few schools a couple years ago, she found herself drawn to the new program at Marquette. “The whole time I was looking at colleges, I wanted to get away from the East Coast,” the Dulaney graduate said. “Marquette was the perfect school for me. I wanted a school that was in an urban area. It has a brand new program. It's such an honor to be a part of a program that's just beginning. It seems like such an amazing thing to start a family and make a fresh start with everything -- and I just love Wisconsin.” When she got to Milwaukee, Brown knew it wouldn't be easy to get a new program - with 27 true and red-shirt freshmen -- off the ground much less on the winning track, but the Golden Eagles didn't need much time to earn their first win. The only Marylander on the roster was a big part of it. A midfielder, Brown led the team with five goals and two assists in a 12-11 win over Coast Carolina in just their second game.
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From Sun staff reports | November 27, 2012
Sam Prescott and Julian Norfleet each hit clutch 3-pointers down the stretch to lead Mount St. Mary's past host George Washington, 65-56, on Monday night. Prescott paced the Mountaineers (2-3) with 15 points in the victory. Leading 55-54, Prescott made a 3-pointer from the top of the key to extend the Mount's advantage to four with 3:51 left in the game. Norfleet then converted a lay-up in the lane with 2:51 left to for a six-point lead. Rashad Whack added a free throw before George Washington's Lasan Kromah scored on a layup to cut the Mount lead to 61-56 with 1:09 left in the game.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | February 2, 1997
A hat trick by Charlie Case paced two-time defending champion Navy to a 9-1 romp over Marquette yesterday in the 20th Crab Pot Ice Hockey Tournament at the Naval Academy in Annapolis.Seeking their third consecutive Crab Pot title and eighth overall, the Mids will meet Buffalo, a 6-0 winner over Drexel in yesterday's other game.Only Penn State (1985, '86 and '87) has won three straight years in the history of the Crab Pot.The final for the black, 25-gallon crab pot is set for 3 p.m. today at Dahlgren Hall on the academy grounds with the consolation between Drexel and Marquette at noon.
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By Jerry Karpowicz and Jerry Karpowicz,Special to The Sun | December 31, 1991
MILWAUKEE -- Coach Earl Hawkins said the biggest problem his Maryland Baltimore County team needs to solve when 1991 turns into '92 is turnovers.Hawkins must have forgotten the fundamental aspect of getting defensive rebounds. Then again, maybe he's just trying to forget.Turnovers and poor rebounding were again the culprits, as UMBC dropped a 93-63 decision to Marquette last night.UMBC (1-7) came into the game averaging 22 turnovers and allowing 21 offensive rebounds a game. Marquette (8-1)
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Sports on TV | November 9, 2012
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Baltimore Sun staff report | April 13, 2012
Kevin Byrne, the Ravens' senior vice president for public and community relations, will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquette University's athletics department and the Marquette University Alumni Association on April 27. He earned a degree in journalism from Marquette in 1971. Byrne returned to Marquette as sports information director during baskeball coach Al McGuire's legendary years (1974-77) , including the 1977 national championship. He then became the youngest PR director in the NFL when was hired by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1977.  After working as Trans World Airlines' director of public affairs, he returned to the NFL with Cleveland Browns.
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