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  1. Kenisha Bell, Tia Elbert, and Hannah Grim Are Leaving Marquette Women's BasketballRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Anonymous Eagle

    On Thursday afternoon, Marquette announced that freshmen Kenisha Bell, Tia Elbert, and Hannah Grim have been granted releases from the women's basketball program and will be transferring following the end of the spring semester. The move was first reported by @BreakdownGBB , a Twitter account tied to a website that tracks Minnesota girls basketball, and all three women are Minnesota natives.

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  2. Big East Women's Lacrosse: Where Are We Now?Read the original story

    14 hrs ago | Anonymous Eagle

    Marquette starts their conference slate on Saturday, so let's swing around and see what everyone's been up to this season so far. This is going to count as our preview post for Marquette's Big East opener against Villanova, so let's cover the particulars for that contest.

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  3. #12 Marquette Men's Lacrosse Preview: at VillanovaRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Anonymous Eagle

    For the first six weeks of the lacrosse schedule, head coach Joe Amplo has been able to preach focus to his team. Time and time again, Marquette snuck out of various arenas away from Milwaukee with one goal wins.

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  4. Nigel Hayes Must Be StoppedRead the original story

    Thursday | Anonymous Eagle

    I can deal with a lot of things when it comes to Wisconsin Badgers basketball. As an enlightened adult male, I elect to not watch the Badgers play their games because I don't know why anyone would spend time observing something they publicly loathe.

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  5. Women's Lacrosse: #18 Notre Dame 18, Marquette 8Read the original story

    Thursday | Anonymous Eagle

    Cortney Fortunato and Rachel Sexton scored five times each, and #18 Notre Dame used a 7-0 run that bridged halftime to run away with Wednesday afternoon's game against Marquette, eventually winning 18-8 when the final horn sounded. The Irish also got three goals from Heidi Annaheim, which was matched by a team high three goals from Marquette's Claire Costanza.

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  6. Marquette Women's Lacrosse Preview: vs #18 Notre DameRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Anonymous Eagle

    The Golden Eagles continue their hunt for the first win over a ranked team in program history this evening at Valley Fields Last weekend didn't go as well as Marquette women's lacrosse had hoped. They had a chance to have a winning record during a season for the first time in program history if they came away with two wins over two teams that they had never lost to before.

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  7. Marquette Men's Lacrosse Falls In Inside Lacrosse Top 20Read the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Anonymous Eagle

    On Monday morning, Inside Lacrosse announced their newest Top 20 poll , and unsurprisingly, Marquette has fallen out of the top 10. Back on Saturday afternoon, the Golden Eagles suffered their first loss of 2015, dropping a 10-9 result at Georgetown. Accordingly, the IL poll voters have dipped MU in their voting.

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  8. Women's Lacrosse: Marquette 13, Detroit 5Read the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Anonymous Eagle

    The Golden Eagles shook off their second half troubles as they ran past the Titans to an eight goal victory on Sunday afternoon. With 43 seconds left against Saint Mary's, Lauren Hooker scored for the Golden Eagles to put a final bow on a 15-4 win.

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  9. Your 2015 Anonymous Eagle Bracket Challenge UpdateRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Anonymous Eagle

    Because it wouldn't be Monday after the first weekend of the tournament without seeing who's in the top 10 spots in your pool, right? So what we have here is a situation where the current leader is not the favorite to win. Obviously, as we get closer to the national championship game, those brackets below Sitting Bully will slowly eclipse our current leader, as long as Kentucky stays alive.

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  10. Marquette, UWM have room to growRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | OnMilwaukee

    The time of year fondly known as "March Madness" died in Milwaukee just over a week ago, when Villanova handily dispatched Marquette University in the second round of the Big East conference tournament. That was it.

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  11. Not a Good Weekend for the Big EastRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Anonymous Eagle

    Whether we like it or not, whether it's fair or not, the fact is broad conclusions are drawn about entire conferences based upon their teams performances in the NCAA Tournament . This is true for all conferences.

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  12. The Streak Is Over: RV Georgetown 10, #9 Marquette 9Read the original story

    Saturday Mar 21 | Anonymous Eagle

    Conor Gately tied for the game high with four points, and set a new MU career points record along the way. - MarquetteImages.com Craig Berge scored the go-ahead goal with 3:45 remaining and Georgetown handed #9 Marquette their first loss of the 2015.

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  13. Women's Lacrosse: Michigan 10, Marquette 7Read the original story

    Saturday Mar 21 | Anonymous Eagle

    Riley Hill's stellar freshman campaign continued with a hat trick in the loss to Michigan. - Eric Decker/MarquetteImages.com The second half woes continue to plague the Golden Eagles as they surrendered a 6-2 halftime lead against the Wolverines.

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  14. Big East Men's Lacrosse: Where Are We Now?Read the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Anonymous Eagle

    Ryan LaPlante and Denver might not be undefeated like Marquette, but they're still the favorite to win the Big East. - Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports The Golden Eagles start the conference schedule on Saturday, so let's take a glance at what everyone's been up to this season so far.

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  15. Marquette Women's Lacrosse Weekend Preview: vs Michigan & vs DetroitRead the original story

    Friday Mar 20 | Anonymous Eagle

    I don't think Michigan has a mascot of any kind, so here's a picture of Hugh Jackman, who plays Wolverine in the X-Men movies. - Ethan Miller/Getty Images The Golden Eagles return to the Valley for two games over the weekend with a legit shot to get over .500 for the first time ever.

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  16. Texas A&M-CC starts fast, tops FGCU 75-69 in CITRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The News-Press

    Texas A&M-CC starts fast, tops FGCU 75-69 in CIT Islanders make 9 of first 11 shots. Eagles hurt by missed free throws and layups Check out this story on news-press.com: http://newspr.es/1MLBsSH FGCU's Brett Comer reacts to the pain of an injured wrist while playing Corpus Christi Wednesday at the 2015CTI.com tournament.

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  17. Marquette Basketball: Steve Taylor Is TransferingRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Anonymous Eagle

    That was Buzz Williams' response, when asked by Homer and Mac about freshman Steve Taylor after a game in 2013. I don't recall exactly which game it was.

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  18. Marquette announces that junior forward Steve Taylor Jr. will transferRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | MSNBC

    After making 14 starts as a junior, Marquette forward Steve Taylor Jr. has decided to leave the program . Marquette announced the news Wednesday afternoon via press release.

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  19. Anonymously Through The Brackets: Southern HospitalityRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Anonymous Eagle

    Sick of hard-hitting analysis of the 2015 NCAA Tournament? Up to your eyeballs in expert picks chock-full of astute takes on players to watch and budding upsets? Fear not, friends: your pals at Anonymous Eagle are here to inject some half-baked, homespun "insight" into the proceedings, with our annual region-by-region tour, as we go Anonymously Through the Brackets. For each region, we'll give you our patented Anonymous Eagle Half-Arsed Analysis with: a gutless pick to win the region; a sleeper regional champ; a CRUSH YOUR MAN upset special; a player we'd pay to watch; and something you're not going to want to see.

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  20. Anonymously Through The Brackets: East Region BiasRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 18 | Anonymous Eagle

    Sick of hard-hitting analysis of the 2015 NCAA Tournament? Up to your eyeballs in expert picks chock-full of astute takes on players to watch and budding upsets? Fear not, friends: your pals at Anonymous Eagle are here to inject some half-baked, homespun "insight" into the proceedings, with our annual region-by-region tour, as we go Anonymously Through the Brackets. For each region, we'll give you our patented Anonymous Eagle Half-Arsed Analysis with: a gutless pick to win the region; a sleeper regional champ; a CRUSH YOUR MAN upset special; a player we'd pay to watch; and something you're not going to want to see.

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