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Marquette basketball: NIT-bound Golden Eagles’ long, frustrating season approaches an end

I’ll admit it, I thought this year would be a special one. Even after losing Vander Blue to the NBA draft, I was confident that this experienced team would cruise through the re-aligned Big East. I figured the addition of the 11th ranked recruiting class in the nation would propel the Marquette Golden Eagles to the best finish in head coach Buzz Williams’ tenure. This was supposed...
Via isportsweb.com
March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Long-hobbled Taylor finally feeling like himself

MILWAUKEE -- Steve Taylor Jr. was about to commit to having offseason surgery when he decided to ask if the procedure would cause him any trouble when the season rolled around. A benign growth, described by Marquette coach Buzz Williams as a hook at the end of the right thigh bone where it connects to the knee, needed to be sawed off. "I posed that question right before I had...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
January 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Marquette basketball: Golden Eagles hoping for an upset

4/5 Villanova vs Marquette Milwaukee, Wisconsin January 25, 2014 1:00 PM CT Fox Sports 1 Do you remember those meticulous puzzles that your parents made you do when you were a kid? You know the ones. They would have two hundred pieces that after you spent three hours mixing and matching, you would finally be done. Even if the final product was some sort of tree or another trivial...
Via isportsweb.com
January 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Marquettes Taylor to miss 3-4 months of offseason activities

MILWAUKEE -- Marquette freshman forward Steve Taylor Jr. underwent surgery Wednesday morning to remove a benign growth on his right knee, the school announced Friday. The surgery was performed by Marquette basketball's orthopedic surgeon Ted Gertel at Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee and is expected to keep Taylor sidelined for three to four months. Though Taylor, a 6...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Steve Taylor Jr. Undergoes Knee Surgery

Milwaukee – Freshman forward Steve Taylor, Jr. of the Marquette University men’s basketball program underwent elective surgery to his right knee in order to remove a benign growth on Wednesday morning.
Via marquette.scout.com
May 03, 2013  |  Discuss

Marquette-Ohio State Carrier Classic matchup called off due to condensation on court (Video)

Friday night's Carrier Classic college basketball matchup that was to take place between the Marquette Golden Eagles and Ohio State Buckeyes aboard the USS Yorktown in Mount Pleasant, S.C., was cancelled due to condensation on the court. After the game was called off, Marquette forward Steve Taylor Jr. demonstrated why the game could not be played by jogging a few steps and...
Via Holdout Sports
November 09, 2012  |  Discuss
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