Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball

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Marquette Golden Eagles
2013–14 Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball team
Marquette Golden Eagles athletic logo
University Marquette University
Conference Big East
Location Milwaukee, WI
Head coach Steve Wojciechowski (1st year)
Arena BMO Harris Bradley Center
(Capacity: 18,850)
Nickname Golden Eagles
Colors

Blue and Gold

            
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away
NCAA Tournament champions
1977
NCAA Tournament runner up
1974
NCAA Tournament Final Four
1974, 1977, 2003
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1955, 1969, 1974, 1976, 1977, 2003, 2013
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1955, 1959, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1994, 2003, 2011, 2012, 2013
NCAA Tournament appearances
1955, 1959, 1961, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
Conference tournament champions
1997
Conference regular season champions
1994, 2003, 2013

The Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball team (formerly the Marquette Warriors) represents Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The school's 1977 team, coached by Al McGuire, won the NCAA championship. Currently Marquette competes in the Big East. It last played in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament in 2013. Marquette maintains rivalries and highly anticipated games with several other schools, including the University of Wisconsin–Madison, University of Louisville, University of Notre Dame, University of Pittsburgh, and DePaul University. The team plays its home games at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in downtown Milwaukee, where the Milwaukee Bucks NBA team also plays. Despite only having 8,000 undergraduates, Marquette was ranked 10th in average attendance among NCAA Division 1 teams in 2009 and 2010.

All-time coaching records[1][edit]

Name Years Record Win pct.
Ralph Risch 1916-17 8-3 .727
John Ryan 1917-20 13-9 .591
Frank Murray 1920-29 94-73 .563
Cord Lipe 1929-30 11-12 .478
Bill Chandler 1930-51 193-198 .494
Tex Winter 1951-53 25-25 .500
Jack Nagle 1953-58 69-55 .556
Eddie Hickey 1958-64 92-70 .568
Al McGuire 1964-77 295-80 .787
Hank Raymonds 1977-83 126-50 .716
Rick Majerus 1983-86 56-35 .615
Bob Dukiet 1986-89 39-46 .459
Kevin O'Neill 1989-94 86-62 .581
Mike Deane 1994-99 100-55 .645
Tom Crean 1999-08 190-96 .664
Buzz Williams 2008-14 139-65 .681
Steve Wojciechowski 2014- 0-0 .000

Season Records[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
1916–17 Ralph Risch 8–3
1917–18 John Ryan 4–6
1918–19 No team
1919–20 John Ryan 9–3
1920–21 Frank Murray 14–3
1921–22 Frank Murray 15–5
1922–23 Frank Murray 19–2
1923–24 Frank Murray 10–10
1924–25 Frank Murray 8–11
1925–26 Frank Murray 8–13
1926–27 Frank Murray 5–10
1927–28 Frank Murray 7–11
1928–29 Frank Murray 8–8
1929–30 Cord Lipe 11–12
1930–31 Bill Chandler 11–7
1931–32 Bill Chandler 11–8
1932–33 Bill Chandler 14–3
1933–34 Bill Chandler 15–4
1934–35 Bill Chandler 11–7
1935–36 Bill Chandler 7–12
1936–37 Bill Chandler 8–8
1937–38 Bill Chandler 14–5
1938–39 Bill Chandler 12–5
1939–40 Bill Chandler 7–9
1940–41 Bill Chandler 2–13
1941–42 Bill Chandler 6–11
1942–43 Bill Chandler 9–10
1943–44 Bill Chandler 8–6
1944–45 Bill Chandler 7–10
1945–46 Bill Chandler 11–7
1946–47 Bill Chandler 9–14
1947–48 Bill Chandler 9–15
1948–49 Bill Chandler 8–13
1949–50 Bill Chandler 6–17
1950–51 Bill Chandler 8–14
1951–52 Tex Winter 12–14
1952–53 Tex Winter 13–11
1953–54 Jack Nagle 11–15
1954–55 Jack Nagle 24–3
1955–56 Jack Nagle 13–11
1956–57 Jack Nagle 10–15
1957–58 Jack Nagle 11–11
1958–59 Eddie Hickey 23–6
1959–60 Eddie Hickey 13–12
1960–61 Eddie Hickey 16–11
1961–62 Eddie Hickey 15–11
1962–63 Eddie Hickey 20–9
1963–64 Eddie Hickey 5–21
1964–65 Al McGuire 8–18
1965–66 Al McGuire 14–12
1966–67 Al McGuire 21–9
1967–68 Al McGuire 23–6
1968–69 Al McGuire 24–5
1969–70 Al McGuire 26–3
1970–71 Al McGuire 28–1
1971–72 Al McGuire 25–4
1972–73 Al McGuire 25–4
1973–74 Al McGuire 26–5
1974–75 Al McGuire 23–4
1975–76 Al McGuire 27–2
1976–77 Al McGuire 25–7
1977–78 Hank Raymonds 24–4
1978–79 Hank Raymonds 22–7
1979–80 Hank Raymonds 18–9
1980–81 Hank Raymonds 20–11
1981–82 Hank Raymonds 23–9
1982–83 Hank Raymonds 19–10
1983–84 Rick Majerus 17–13
1984–85 Rick Majerus 20–11
1985–86 Rick Majerus 19–11
1986–87 Bob Dukiet 16–13
1987–88 Bob Dukiet 10–18
1988–89 Bob Dukiet 13–15
1989–90 Kevin O'Neill 15–14 9–5
1990–91 Kevin O'Neill 11–18 7–7
1991–92 Kevin O'Neill 16–13 5–5
1992–93 Kevin O'Neill 20–8 6–4
1993–94 Kevin O'Neill 24–9 10–2
1994–95 Mike Deane 21–12 7–5
1995–96 Mike Deane 23–8 10–4
1996–97 Mike Deane 22–9 9–5
1997–98 Mike Deane 20–11 8–8
1998–99 Mike Deane 14–15 6–10
1999–00 Tom Crean 15–14 8–8
2000–01 Tom Crean 15–14 9–7
2001–02 Tom Crean 26–7 13–3
2002–03 Tom Crean 27–6 14–2
2003–04 Tom Crean 19–12 8–8
2004–05 Tom Crean 19–12 7–9
2005–06 Tom Crean 20–11 10–6
2006–07 Tom Crean 24–10 10–6
2007–08 Tom Crean 25–10 11–7
2008–09 Buzz Williams 25–10 12–6
2009–10 Buzz Williams 22–12 11–7
2010–11 Buzz Williams 22–15 9–9
2011–12 Buzz Williams 27–8 14–4
2012–13 Buzz Williams 26–9 14–4
2013–14 Buzz Williams 17-11 9-9
Total: 1536–934

      National champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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Postseason[edit]

NCAA tournament results[edit]

The Golden Eagles have appeared in the NCAA Tournament 31 times. Their combined record is 40–33. They were National Champions in 1977.

Year Seed Round Opponent Results
1955 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Miami (OH)
Kentucky
Iowa
W 90–79
L 79–71
L 81–86
1959 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place Game
Bowling Green
Michigan State
Kentucky
W 89–71
L 69–74
L 69–98
1961 First Round Houston L 61–77
1968 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place
Bowling Green
Kentucky
East Tennessee State
W 72–71
L 89–107
W 69–57
1969 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Murray State
Kentucky
Purdue
W 82–62
W 81–74
L 73–75
1971 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place Game
Miami (OH)
Ohio State
Kentucky
W 62–47
L 59–60
W 91–74
1972 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place Game
Ohio
Kentucky
Minnesota
W 73–49
L 69–85
L 72–77
1973 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place Game
Miami (OH)
Indiana
Austin Peay
W 77–62
L 69–75
W 88–73
1974 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
National Championship
Ohio
Vanderbilt
Michigan
Kansas
NC State
W 85–59
W 69–61
W 72–70
W 64–51
L 64–76
1975 First Round Kentucky L 54–76
1976 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
WKU
Western Michigan
Indiana
W 79–60
W 62–57
L 56–65
1977 First Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
National Championship Game
Cincinnati
Kansas State
Wake Forest
Charlotte
North Carolina
W 66–51
W 67–66
W 82–68
W 51–49
W 67–59
1978 First Round Miami (OH) L 81–84 OT
1979 #3 Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#6 Pacific
#2 DePaul
W 73–48
L 56–62
1980 #9 First Round #8 Villanova L 59–77
1982 #7 First Round
Second Round
#10 Evansville
#2 Missouri
W 67–62
L 69–73
1983 #9 First Round #8 Tennessee L 56–57
1993 #12 First Round #5 Oklahoma State L 62–74
1994 #4 First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#11 Southwest Louisiana
#3 Kentucky
#2 Duke
W 81–59
W 75–63
L 49–59
1996 #4 First Round
Second Round
#13 Monmouth W 68–44
L 56–65
1997 #7 First Round #10 Providence L 59–81
2002 #5 First Round #12 Tulsa L 69–71
2003 #3 First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
#14 Holy Cross
#6 Missouri
#2 Pittsburgh
#1 Kentucky
#2 Kansas
W 72–68
W 101–92 OT
W 77–74
W 83–69
L 61–94
2006 #7 First Round #10 Alabama L 85–90
2007 #8 First Round #9 Michigan State L 49–61
2008 #6 First Round
Second Round
#11 Kentucky
#3 Stanford
W 74–66
L 81–82 OT
2009 #6 First Round
Second Round
#11 Utah State
#3 Missouri
W 58–57
L 79–83
2010 #6 First Round #11 Washington L 78–80
2011 #11 Second Round
Third Round
Sweet Sixteen
#14 BYU
#6 Murray State
#7 Florida
W 66–55
W 65–52
L 63–81
2012 #3 Second Round
Third Round
Sweet Sixteen
#14 BYU
#6 Murray State
#7 Florida
W 88–68
W 62–53
L 58–68
2013 #3 Second Round
Third Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#14 Daividson
#6 Butler
#2 Miami (FL)
#4 Syracuse
W 59–58
W 74–72
W 71–61
L 39–55

NIT results[edit]

The Golden Eagles have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) 15 times. Their combined record is 21–14. They were NIT Champions in 1970.

Year Round Opponent Result
1956 First Round Seton Hall L 78–96
1963 Quarterfinals
Semifinals
3rd Place Game
Saint Louis
Providence
Villanova
W 84–49
L 64–79
W 66–58
1967 First Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Tulsa
Providence
Marshall
Southern Illinois
W 64–60
W 81–80
W 83–78
L 56–71
1970 First Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Massachusetts
Utah
LSU
St. John's
W 62–55
W 83–63
W 101–79
W 65–53
1981 First Round Syracuse L 81–88
1984 First Round
Second Round
Iowa State
Michigan
W 73–53
L 70–83
1985 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Bradley
Cincinnati
Indiana
W 77–68
W 56–54
L 82–94
1986 First Round
Second Round
Drake
Southwest Missouri State
W 79–59
L 69–83
1987 First Round Nebraska L 76–78
1990 First Round Penn State L 54–57
1995 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Aburn
St. Bonaventure
USF
Penn State
Virginia Tech
W 68–61
W 70–61
W 67–60
W 81–79
L 64–65
1998 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Creighton
Auburn
Minnesota
W 80–68
W 75–60
L 71–73
2000 First Round Xavier L 63–67
2004 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Toledo
Boise State
Iowa State
W 87–72
W 66–53
L 69–77
2005 First Round Western Michigan L 40–54

Marquette is the only university to spurn an NCAA invite and did so due to a low seeding in the 1970 NCAA Tournament and having to travel. They were ranked 8th in the country at the time and were one of the favorites to win the NCAA championship. They were invited to the 1970 NIT which they won. The NCAA later instituted a rule which forbid an NCAA Division I level men's basketball team from spurning an NCAA bid for an NIT bid. An antitrust case by the NIT ensued over this issue, and the NCAA settled out of court.

Retired numbers[edit]

The following numbers have been retired by Marquette:

  • 31 - Bo Ellis
  • 3 - Dwyane Wade
  • 11 - Apollo 11 Crew
  • 14 - Dean Meminger
  • 15 - Butch Lee
  • 20 - Maurice Lucas
  • 24 - George Thompson
  • 31 - Doc Rivers
  • 38 - Bob Weingart (Trainer)
  • 43 - Earl Tatum
  • 77 - Al McGuire (Coach)

Warriors/Golden Eagles in the NBA[edit]

All-time scoring leaders[edit]

List is as of 2011-12 season.

Rank Points Player Years playing Games PPG
1. 1985 Jerel McNeal 2005–09 130 15.3
2. 1859 Lazar Hayward 2006–10 138 13.5
3. 1773 George Thompson 1966–69 87 20.4
4. 1749 Dominic James 2005–09 129 13.6
5. 1735 Butch Lee 1974–78 115 15.1
6. 1691 Travis Diener 2001–05 120 14.1
7. 1690 Brian Wardle 1997–01 117 14.4
8. 1688 Tony Smith 1986–90 114 14.8
9. 1673 Wesley Matthews 2005–09 127 13.2
10. 1663 Bo Ellis 1973–77 119 14.0
11. 1649 Darius Johnson-Odom 2009-12 105 15.7
12. 1647 Damon Key 1990–94 117 14.1
13. 1637 Dean Meminger 1968–71 87 18.8
14. 1571 Trevor Powell 1987–91 112 14.0
15. 1567 Steve Novak 2002–06 126 12.4
16. 1504 Don Kojis 1958–61 81 18.6
17. 1479 Bob Wolf 1964–67 81 18.3
18. 1471 Roney Eford 1992–96 125 11.8
19. 1439 Aaron Hutchins 1994–98 122 11.8
20. 1355 Mike Moran 1956–59 73 18.6
21. 1353 Russ Wittberger 1951–55 100 13.5
22. 1347 Cordell Henry 1998–02 120 11.2
23. 1330 Ron Glaser 1960–63 82 16.2
24. 1309 Terry Rand 1953–56 77 17.0
25. 1299 Michael Wilson 1978–82 119 10.9

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