Posted March 26, 2012 on
Milwaukee – Senior forward Jae Crowder, the 2011-2 BIG EAST Conference Player of the Year, continues to receive postseason accolades for his efforts in helping Marquette to a second-place finish in the conference and an appearance in the Sweet 16.

Crowder named second-team All-American

MILWAUKEE -- Marquette senior forward Jae Crowder earned second-team All-American honors Monday, on a dayin whichhe had also been named to the John Wooden Award All-American Team. Crowder, a forward who averaged 17.5 points and 8.4 rebounds for the Golden Eagles this season, had already been named the 2011-12 Big East Conference player of the year. "It's truly an honor...

Buzz Williams: SMU Wants Marquette Coach

Buzz Williams has a great thing going at Marquette. The 39-year-old head coach has a 96-44 record during his four season in Milwaukee, but would he be willing to leave to head back to his home state of Texas to coach? The SMU Mustangs certainly hope so. SMU is trying to replace recently-fired head coach Matt Doherty, who had a record of 80-109 in in six season. With the school...

MU Season Review: The SportsXchange

In a college basketball season where dominant seniors were hard to find, Marquette came in second in the Big East and reached the Sweet 16 in the NCAA Tournament in large part because of its veterans. Now, the task will be repeating that feat in 2012-13 without Big East Player of the Year Jae Crowder and fellow All-Big East selection Darius Johnson-Odom.
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