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The Marquette Golden Eagles returned to the NCAA Tournament this season. Join head coach Steve Wojciechowski and host Dennis Krause as they look back at the 2016-17 season and look ahead to next season. Our special Inside Marquette Basketball season wrap show premieres Wednesday, March 22nd at 6 p.m. and airs throughout the week.
3/9/17 - It’s No. 1 vs. No. 2 in a Division 2 sectional semifinal as the Eisenhower Lions meet the Pewaukee Pirates. The Pirates (21-3) defeated the Lions (19-5) twice this season in very close games, and Eisenhower comes into this matchup winners of 12 straight. Their last loss was to Pewaukee.
3/9/17 - The Kaukauna Ghosts (15-9) meet the Pulaski Red Raiders (20-4) in a rematch of last year’s Division 2 sectional semifinal. Kaukauna won last year’s meeting en route to a 2016 state championship, but Pulaski is looking to change that this year, entering the game as a top seed.
Every college basketball player pushes his body’s limitations on the court and in the weight room. At Marquette, an intense focus on nutrition is helping each player make sure he gets the most out of himself. See how the Golden Eagles Sports Performance staff makes sure each player is taking this part of their preparation seriously.
Marquette assistant coach Chris Carrawell takes you courtside during a game and talks about his transition from player to coach.
The leading scorer in the Northern Athletics Collegiate conference plays at Wisconsin Lutheran College. That’s actually true for both the men and the women. But on the women’s side, there’s a bit more to the story. JP Cadorin stopped by a Warriors practice last week to find out more.
She is the best girls’ basketball player in Wisconsin this year. And, for that matter, is as highly rated as Arike Ogunbowale was two years ago when she came out of high school and headed to Notre Dame. But Sidney Cooks is a different player, taking a different path, hoping for the same ending to her senior year.
Marquette head coach Steve Wojciechowski talks about the play of senior Jajuan Johnson and freshmen Sam Hauser and Markus Howard.