Yeah, we took a week off from reviews. But we're back, and we've got seniors to discuss, starting with Juan Anderson. With the 2014-2015 season now in the books, we take a moment to look back at the performance that each member of YOUR Marquette Golden Eagles this year. While we're at it, we'll also take a look back at our player previews and see how our preseason prognostications...
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Juan Anderson made 6 of 8 shots and finished with 18 points to lead Marquette to a 75-66 win over Providence on Saturday.
Anderson banked in a 3-pointer, Jajuan Johnson made a jumper, Luke Fischer's had a fast-break dunk and Anderson capped the 9-0 run to give Marquette a 58-46 lead, its largest of the game, with 9:51 left.
LaDontae Henton stopped the run with a...
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January 03, 2015
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Jajuan Johnson had a career-high 20 points, and Steve Wojciechowski won his first game as a head coach when Marquette beat Tennessee-Martin 79-63 on Friday night.
Juan Anderson also reached a career high with 16 points for the undersized Golden Eagles, who don't have an eligible player on the roster taller than 6-foot-7 Steve Taylor, Jr.
Marquette must counter with...
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November 15, 2014
MILWAUKEE -- Ignore the final score.
Marquette University outmatched Divison III Wisconsin Lutheran College in every way by such a wide margin that it is nearly impossible to read into the Golden Eagles' 115-47 victory in an exhibition game at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
The Warriors, picked to finish eighth out of 11 in the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference, provided the...
MILWAUKEE -- In the era of one-and-done's, inflated egos and a record number of transfers, it's rare to see a college basketball player embrace a role other than being a go-to scorer, floor general or a guy fed inside.
The maturation process of Juan Anderson, one which almost led him away from Marquette this past summer, has brought him to the realization of what he can do to best...
MILWAUKEE -- Throw who the opponent was out the window; the Marquette University men's basketball team needed a performance like this.
Putting together what may have been its most complete performance of the season, Marquette came out of the gates hot and didn't let up the rest of the way in an 86-50 rout of IUPUI at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Sure, a resounding win over a...