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Marquette Golden Eagles Womens Basketball Tickets
Conference: Big East
Arena: Al McGuire Center
Location: Milwaukee, Wis.
Head Coach: Megan Duffy
Marquette Golden Eagles Women's Basketball TicketsThe Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball team competes in the NCAA's Big East Conference. The Golden Eagles first began to compete in the 1975-1976 basketball season under the direction of coach Tat Shiely. The team won 12 of the 16 games it played in its first season. The Golden Eagles joined the North Star Conference in 1986 where it played until joining the Midwestern Athletic Conference in 1989. The team also played in the Great Midwest Conference and Conference USA before becoming a member of the Big East. The Golden Eagles women's basketball team has appeared in the NCAA Tournament Championship on 12 occasions. The team advanced to the second round of the tournament six times, including the past two seasons. The Golden Eagles won the Big East Tournament Championship in 2017. The team also emerged as regular-season champions of the Big East Conference in both 2018 and 2019. You can purchase Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball tickets at StubHub.
Where can I see a Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball game?Home games for the Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball team are played at the Al McGuire Center in Milwaukee, Wis. The $31-million venue was built in 2003 and can seat nearly 4,000 Golden Eagles fans.
When can I see a Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball game?The official beginning of the 2019-2020 regular season for the women's basketball team at Marquette was a home game against Morgan State on Nov. 5, 2019. The regular season ended four months later with a March 1 game against DePaul University. The team joined other members of the conference for the Big East Tournament on March 7.
What players will I see at a Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball game?Selena Lott is a major contributor to the Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball team and leads the Golden Eagles with 16.1 points per game. She is also first on the team with 5.4 assists and 2.1 steals. Lott shot nearly 57% from the field over the 2019-2020 regular season and scored 24 points in back-to-back contests against Morgan State University and Saint Francis Brooklyn. Junior guard Lauren Van Kleunen played her high school basketball at Mason High School in Mason, Ohio. Van Kleunen equaled her career-high point total of 19 during a January 10 game against St. John's University. Isabelle Spingola leads the team in both field goal percentage and three-point shooting. Spingola scored her season high of 20 points against Xavier University on Jan. 19. She scored 24 points five days later against Georgetown University. Spingola averaged 10.6 points a game over the 2019-2020 regular season.
Who is the coach of the Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball team?Megan Duffy is the first-year head coach of the Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball team. Duffy spent the last two seasons as coach of Miami (Ohio) and led the team to their first back-to-back 20-win seasons since the 1980s. Duffy is the sixth head coach in the history of the women's basketball program at Marquette and has agreed to a six-year contract with the school.
What women's basketball players have been honored by Marquette University?Kristen Maskala was a major component to the Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball team in the early 1990s. Maskala was a member of the team from 1991 to 1994 and played for the 1992 team that made the first WNIT appearance for the Golden Eagles. She also played on the first Golden Eagles team to take part in the NCAA Tournament. Maskala scored 1,745 points in her three seasons with Marquette. She also set school records for points in a season with 635 and and field goals made with 242. Kathleen Andrykowski was a women's basketball player at Marquette and was the first player at the school to have her jersey retired. Andrykowski finished her time with the Golden Eagles as the team's all-time leading scorer and went on to play basketball professionally in the United States and a number of other countries.
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