Advertisements
Tag Archives: Gorgui Dieng

Recap of Big East award winners

Coach of the Year: John Thompson III, Georgetown The most disputed award of the year, Thompson III won his first Coach of the Year honor. The Hoyas were picked to finish fifth in the Big East before the season started, yet wound up going 14-4 in conference play, sharing the regular season title with Louisville and […]

Continue Reading

Limit turnovers, guarding ball screens crucial for road upset

Marquette travels to Louisville Sunday with a chance to distance itself even further from the Cardinals in the Big East standings. With Syracuse in action as we speak, the Golden Eagles have a chance to sit alone in first place with a road win tomorrow. It won’t be easy, however. Louisville is 10-1 at the […]

Continue Reading

Louisville Scouting Report: Cardinals struggling, still best of the best

For teams that want to be considered contenders in their respective conference, the only true gauge is how said team competes against the stiffest tests. To date, Marquette has not played the top three teams in the Big East, according to standing: Syracuse, Louisville and St. John’s. That will change Sunday when it travels to […]

Continue Reading

Photo recap of 74-63 victory over Louisville

Continue Reading

Golden Eagles overcome 16-point deficit

It started out looking like Vanderbilt 2.0 with the No. 23/21 Louisville Cardinals building an 18-2 lead to open the game. But No. 21/22 Marquette overcame that early 16-point deficit to defeat Louisville 74-63 on Monday afternoon. Louisville hit 7-of-12 shots (58.3 percent) during the first 6:02 of play, including 4-of-6 (66.7 percent) from three-point […]

Continue Reading

Louisville scouting report: Russ Smith, Siva, Dieng carry short-handed Cardinals

Leading scorer Kyle Kuric sprained his ankle on the first play of practice Friday and missed the DePaul game and is questionable for Monday. If he does play, he’s sure to give Marquette all it can handle. The 6-foot-4 shooting guard is hitting on over 49 percent of his shots and can get hot from […]

Continue Reading