Advertisements
Tag Archives: New Hampshire

Analyzing Marquette in late-game situations

Marquette has played some of the best defense in the country this season. Ken Pom ranks the Golden Eagles as the 42nd most efficient defensive group, their 0.785 PPP-against entering Thursday ranked in the 92nd percentile nationally and opponents are making just 42 percent of their 2-pointers, the 20th best mark in the nation. Thanks […]

Continue Reading

Red-hot Jamil Wilson finding his new role again

In May we documented how senior switchable Jamil Wilson had transformed each of his two seasons playing at Marquette, filling in at center as a redshirt-sophomore and seeing more time on the perimeter as a trailer in his redshirt-junior season. As a senior, Wilson was expected to change once again. With 6-foot-9 junior-college transfer Jameel […]

Continue Reading

Photo Gallery: Marquette vs. New Hampshire

Relive some of the best moments from Marquette’s win over New Hampshire. Be sure to click on the images to see them in full size. All photos by Anthony Giacomino.

Continue Reading

Strotman: Jamil Wilson must become the Marquette heart and soul

When Marquette stepped onto the Virgin Islands Sport & Fitness Center basketball floor to play Ole Miss almost exactly two years ago, expectations were high. The Golden Eagles had won their first three contests by an average of 95-59, were playing efficient basketball and had stars shining through. In those three games, Marquette had three […]

Continue Reading

Struggles on offense continue in close win

At least the defense was impressive again. Despite another ugly offensive performance and a late surge from the Wildcats, Marquette improved to 3-1 with a 58-53 win over New Hampshire. The Golden Eagles shot just 32.7 percent from the field, two games removed from tallying 114 in a win over Grambling State. They did shoot […]

Continue Reading

Twitter reactions to Marquette’s win over New Hampshire

Continue Reading