Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball

The Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball team (formerly the Marquette Hilltoppers and Marquette Warriors) represents Marquette University in NCAA Division I college basketball and competes in the Big East Conference. The team is coached by Steve Wojciechowski and plays its home games at Fiserv Forum in downtown Milwaukee.[2]

Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball
2019–20 Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball team
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UniversityMarquette University
First season1916–17
All-time record1,651–1,019 (.618)
Athletic directorBill Scholl
Head coachSteve Wojciechowski (7th season)
ConferenceBig East
LocationMilwaukee, Wisconsin
ArenaFiserv Forum
(Capacity: 17,341)
NicknameGolden Eagles
ColorsBlue and Gold[1]
         
Uniforms
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Team colours
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Away jersey
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Alternate jersey
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NCAA Tournament Champions
1977
NCAA Tournament Runner-up
1974
NCAA Tournament Final Four
1974, 1977, 2003
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1955, 1969, 1974, 1976, 1977, 2003, 2013
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1955, 1959, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1994, 2003, 2011, 2012, 2013
NCAA Tournament Appearances
1955, 1959, 1961, 1968, 1969, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2002, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2017, 2019
Conference Tournament Champions
1997
Conference Regular Season Champions
1994, 2003, 2013

Marquette has made 33 NCAA tournament appearances, including 23 round of 32 appearances, 16 sweet sixteens, 7 elite eights, and 3 final fours. They were the national runner-up 1 time and have won 1 national championship. Marquette first joined a conference in 1989, winning 3 conference regular season championships and 1 conference tournament championship. Marquette has had 3 national coaches of the year, 4 conference coaches of the year, 1 national player of the year, 9 consensus all-americans, 4 conference players of the year, and 16 all-conference first team selections. Marquette has also had 3 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and 4 National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame inductees. Additionally, 39 Marquette players have gone on to play in the NBA combining for 7 NBA championships, 25 NBA all-star selections, and 11 all-NBA selections.

Yearly resultsEdit

Statistics overview
Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Independent (1916–1989)
1916–17 Ralph Risch 8–2
1917–18 John Ryan 4–6
1918–19 No Games
1919–20 John Ryan 9–3
1920–21 Frank Murray 14–3
1921–22 Frank Murray 15–5
1922–23 Frank Murray 19–2
1923–24 Frank Murray 10–10
1924–25 Frank Murray 8–11
1925–26 Frank Murray 8–13
1926–27 Frank Murray 5–10
1927–28 Frank Murray 7–11
1928–29 Frank Murray 8–8
1929–30 Cord Lipe 11–12
1930–31 Bill Chandler 11–7
1931–32 Bill Chandler 11–8
1932–33 Bill Chandler 14–3
1933–34 Bill Chandler 15–4
1934–35 Bill Chandler 11–7
1935–36 Bill Chandler 7–12
1936–37 Bill Chandler 8–8
1937–38 Bill Chandler 14–5
1938–39 Bill Chandler 12–5
1939–40 Bill Chandler 7–9
1940–41 Bill Chandler 2–13
1941–42 Bill Chandler 6–11
1942–43 Bill Chandler 9–10
1943–44 Bill Chandler 8–6
1944–45 Bill Chandler 7–10
1945–46 Bill Chandler 11–7
1946–47 Bill Chandler 9–14
1947–48 Bill Chandler 9–15
1948–49 Bill Chandler 8–13
1949–50 Bill Chandler 6–17
1950–51 Bill Chandler 8–14
1951–52 Tex Winter 12–14 NCIT Champions
1952–53 Tex Winter 13–11
1953–54 Jack Nagle 11–15
1954–55 Jack Nagle 24–3 NCAA Elite Eight
1955–56 Jack Nagle 13–11 NIT Round of 12
1956–57 Jack Nagle 10–15
1957–58 Jack Nagle 11–11
1958–59 Eddie Hickey 23–6 NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1959–60 Eddie Hickey 13–12
1960–61 Eddie Hickey 16–11 NCAA Round of 24
1961–62 Eddie Hickey 15–11
1962–63 Eddie Hickey 20–9 NIT Semifinals
1963–64 Eddie Hickey 5–21
1964–65 Al McGuire 8–18
1965–66 Al McGuire 14–12
1966–67 Al McGuire 21–9 NIT Runner-up
1967–68 Al McGuire 23–6 NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1968–69 Al McGuire 24–5 NCAA Elite Eight
1969–70 Al McGuire 26–3 NIT Champions
1970–71 Al McGuire 28–1 NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1971–72 Al McGuire 25–4 NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1972–73 Al McGuire 25–4 NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1973–74 Al McGuire 26–5 NCAA Runner-up
1974–75 Al McGuire 23–4 NCAA Round of 32
1975–76 Al McGuire 27–2 NCAA Elite Eight
1976–77 Al McGuire 25–7 NCAA Champions
1977–78 Hank Raymonds 24–4 NCAA Round of 32
1978–79 Hank Raymonds 22–7 NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1979–80 Hank Raymonds 18–9 NCAA Round of 48
1980–81 Hank Raymonds 20–11 NIT Round of 32
1981–82 Hank Raymonds 23–9 NCAA Round of 32
1982–83 Hank Raymonds 19–10 NCAA Round of 48
1983–84 Rick Majerus 17–13 NIT Round of 16
1984–85 Rick Majerus 20–11 NIT Quarterfinals
1985–86 Rick Majerus 19–11 NIT Round of 16
1986–87 Bob Dukiet 16–13 NIT Round of 32
1987–88 Bob Dukiet 10–18
1988–89 Bob Dukiet 13–15
Midwestern Collegiate Conference (1989–1991)
1989–90 Kevin O'Neill 15–14 9–5 T–3rd NIT Round of 32
1990–91 Kevin O'Neill 11–18 7–7 T–5th
Great Midwest Conference (1991–1995)
1991–92 Kevin O'Neill 16–13 5–5 T–3rd
1992–93 Kevin O'Neill 20–8 6–4 3rd NCAA Round of 64
1993–94 Kevin O'Neill 24–9 10–2 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1994–95 Mike Deane 21–12 7–5 T–3rd NIT Runner-up
Conference USA (1995–2005)
1995–96 Mike Deane 23–8 10–4 2nd (Blue) NCAA Round of 32
1996–97 Mike Deane 22–9 9–5 2nd (Blue) NCAA Round of 64
1997–98 Mike Deane 20–11 8–8 4th (American) NIT Quarterfinals
1998–99 Mike Deane 14–15 6–10 6th (American)
1999–00 Tom Crean 15–14 8–8 4th (American) NIT Round of 32
2000–01 Tom Crean 15–14 9–7 3rd (American)
2001–02 Tom Crean 26–7 13–3 2nd (American) NCAA Round of 64
2002–03 Tom Crean 27–6 14–2 1st (American) NCAA Final Four
2003–04 Tom Crean 19–12 8–8 8th NIT Quarterfinals
2004–05 Tom Crean 19–12 7–9 9th NIT Round of 32
Big East Conference (2005–present)
2005–06 Tom Crean 20–11 10–6 T–4th NCAA Round of 64
2006–07 Tom Crean 24–10 10–6 T–5th NCAA Round of 64
2007–08 Tom Crean 25–10 11–7 T–5th NCAA Round of 32
2008–09 Buzz Williams 25–10 12–6 5th NCAA Round of 32
2009–10 Buzz Williams 22–12 11–7 T–5th NCAA Round of 64
2010–11 Buzz Williams 22–15 9–9 T–9th NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2011–12 Buzz Williams 27–8 14–4 2nd NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2012–13 Buzz Williams 26–9 14–4 T–1st NCAA Elite Eight
2013–14 Buzz Williams 17–15 9–9 6th
2014–15 Steve Wojciechowski 13–19 4–14 T–9th
2015–16 Steve Wojciechowski 20–13 8–10 7th
2016–17 Steve Wojciechowski 19–13 10–8 T–3rd NCAA Round of 64
2017–18 Steve Wojciechowski 21–14 9–9 T–6th NIT Quarterfinals
2018–19 Steve Wojciechowski 24–10 12–6 2nd NCAA Round of 64
2019–20 Steve Wojciechowski 18–12 8–10 T–6th Season Canceled
Total: 1651–1018

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Postseason resultsEdit

NCAA TournamentEdit

Marquette has appeared in the NCAA Tournament 33 times. Their combined record is 41–34. They were National Champions in 1977.[3]

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
1955 Round of 24
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Miami (OH)
Kentucky
Iowa
W 90–79
W 79–71
L 81–86
1959 Round of 23
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place
Bowling Green
Michigan State
Kentucky
W 89–71
L 69–74
L 69–98
1961 Round of 24 Houston L 61–77
1968 Round of 23
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place
Bowling Green
Kentucky
East Tennessee State
W 72–71
L 89–107
W 69–57
1969 Round of 25
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Murray State
Kentucky
Purdue
W 82–62
W 81–74
L 73–75OT
1971 Round of 25
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place
Miami (OH)
Ohio State
Kentucky
W 62–47
L 59–60
W 91–74
1972 Round of 25
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place
Ohio
Kentucky
Minnesota
W 73–49
L 69–85
L 72–77
1973 Round of 25
Sweet Sixteen
Regional 3rd Place
Miami (OH)
Indiana
Austin Peay
W 77–62
L 69–75
W 88–73
1974 Round of 25
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
National Championship
Ohio
Vanderbilt
Michigan
Kansas
NC State
W 85–59
W 69–61
W 72–70
W 64–51
L 64–76
1975 Round of 32 Kentucky L 54–76
1976 Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Western Kentucky
Western Michigan
Indiana
W 79–60
W 62–57
L 56–65
1977 Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
National Championship
Cincinnati
Kansas State
Wake Forest
Charlotte
North Carolina
W 66–51
W 67–66
W 82–68
W 51–49
W 67–59
1978 Round of 32 Miami (OH) L 81–84OT
1979 3 Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
6 Pacific
2 DePaul
W 73–48
L 56–62
1980 9 Round of 48 8 Villanova L 59–77
1982 7 Round of 48
Round of 32
10 Evansville
2 Missouri
W 67–62
L 69–73
1983 9 Round of 48 8 Tennessee L 56–57
1993 12 Round of 64 5 Oklahoma State L 62–74
1994 6 Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
11 Southwestern Louisiana
3 Kentucky
2 Duke
W 81–59
W 75–63
L 49–59
1996 4 Round of 64
Round of 32
13 Monmouth
12 Arkansas
W 68–44
L 56–65
1997 7 Round of 64 10 Providence L 59–81
2002 5 Round of 64 12 Tulsa L 69–71
2003 3 Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
14 Holy Cross
6 Missouri
2 Pittsburgh
1 Kentucky
2 Kansas
W 72–68
W 101–92OT
W 77–74
W 83–69
L 61–94
2006 7 Round of 64 10 Alabama L 85–90
2007 8 Round of 64 9 Michigan State L 49–61
2008 6 Round of 64
Round of 32
11 Kentucky
3 Stanford
W 74–66
L 81–82OT
2009 6 Round of 64
Round of 32
11 Utah State
3 Missouri
W 58–57
L 79–83
2010 6 Round of 64 11 Washington L 78–80
2011 11 Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
6 Xavier
3 Syracuse
2 North Carolina
W 66–55
W 66–62
L 63–81
2012 3 Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
14 BYU
6 Murray State
7 Florida
W 88–68
W 62–53
L 58–68
2013 3 Round of 64
Round of 32
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
14 Davidson
6 Butler
2 Miami (FL)
4 Syracuse
W 59–58
W 74–72
W 71–61
L 39–55
2017 10 Round of 64 7 South Carolina L 73–93
2019 5 Round of 64 12 Murray State L 64–83

NITEdit

Marquette has appeared in the National Invitation Tournament 16 times. Their combined record is 23–15. In 1970, Marquette was ranked 8th and received an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament. The NCAA slotted Marquette into the Midwest regional rather than the closer Mideast regional. Al McGuire was so displeased about this that Marquette actually turned down the NCAA bid and chose to instead play in the NIT, which they won. Marquette is the only university to spurn an NCAA Tournament invite. The NCAA later instituted a rule which forbade an NCAA Division I men's basketball team from spurning an NCAA bid for an NIT bid. An antitrust case by the NIT ensued over this issue, and the NCAA settled out of court.

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
1956 Round of 12 Seton Hall L 78–96
1963 Quarterfinals
Semifinals
3rd Place
Saint Louis
Providence
Villanova
W 84–49
L 64–70
W 66–58
1967 Round of 14
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Tulsa
Providence
Marshall
Southern Illinois
W 64–60
W 81–80OT
W 83–78
L 56–71
1970 Round of 16
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Massachusetts
Utah
LSU
St. John's
W 62–55
W 83–63
W 101–79
W 65–53
1981 Round of 32 Syracuse L 81–88
1984 Round of 32
Round of 16
Iowa State
Michigan
W 73–53
L 70–83
1985 Round of 32
Round of 16
Quarterfinals
Bradley
Cincinnati
Indiana
W 77–64
W 56–54
L 82–942OT
1986 Round of 32
Round of 16
Drake
SW Missouri State
W 79–59
L 69–83
1987 Round of 32 Nebraska L 76–78
1990 Round of 32 Penn State L 54–57
1995 Round of 32
Round of 16
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Auburn
St. Bonaventure
South Florida
Penn State
Virginia Tech
W 68–61
W 70–61
W 67–60OT
W 87–79
L 64–65OT
1998 Round of 32
Round of 16
Quarterfinals
Creighton
Auburn
Minnesota
W 80–68
W 75–60
L 71–73
2000 Round of 32 Xavier L 63–67
2004 Round of 32
Round of 16
Quarterfinals
Toledo
Boise State
Iowa State
W 87–72
W 66–53
L 69–77
2005 Round of 32 Western Michigan L 40–54
2018 2 Round of 32
Round of 16
Quarterfinals
7 Harvard
3 Oregon
4 Penn State
W 67–60
W 101–92
L 80–85

NCITEdit

Marquette appeared in the last National Catholic Invitational Tournament in 1952 and won the NCIT championship.[4]

Year Round Opponent Result
1952 Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Iona
St. Francis Brooklyn
Saint Francis (PA)
W 66–59
W 79–57
W 76–64

CoachesEdit

Coach Years Overall
Record
Conf
Record
Conf
Reg
Season
CH
Conf
Tourney
CH
NCAA
Apps
R32 S16 E8 F4 2nd CH
Ralph Risch 1916–17 8–2 (.800)
John Ryan 1917–20 13–9 (.591)
Frank Murray 1920–29 94–73 (.563)
Cord Lipe 1929–30 11–12 (.478)
Bill Chandler 1930–51 193–198 (.494)
Tex Winter 1951–53 25–25 (.500)
Jack Nagle 1953–58 69–55 (.556) 1 1 1 1
Eddie Hickey 1958–64 92–70 (.568) 2 2 1
Al McGuire 1964–77 295–80 (.787) 9 9 8 4 2 1 1
Hank Raymonds 1977–83 126–50 (.716) 5 3 1
Rick Majerus 1983–86 56–35 (.615)
Bob Dukiet 1986–89 39–46 (.459)
Kevin O'Neill 1989–94 86–62 (.581) 37–23 (.617) 1 2 1 1
Mike Deane 1994–99 100–55 (.645) 40–32 (.556) 1 2 1
Tom Crean 1999–08 190–96 (.664) 90–56 (.616) 1 5 2 1 1 1
Buzz Williams 2008–14 139–69 (.668) 69–39 (.639) 1 5 4 3 1
Steve Wojciechowski 2014–present 115–81 (.587) 51–57 (.472) 2
Total: 1651–1018 (.619) 287–207 (.581) 3 1 33 23 16 7 3 1 1

Awards and honorsEdit

CoachingEdit

National Coach of the Year

Great Midwest Conference Coach of the Year

Conference USA Coach of the Year

IndividualEdit

National Player of the Year

 
Dean Meminger was a first-team All-American in 1971.

Consensus All-America First Team

Consensus All-America Second Team

Great Midwest Conference Player of the Year

Conference USA Player of the Year

Big East Conference Player of the Year

All-Midwestern Collegiate Conference First Team

All-Great Midwest Conference First Team

All-Conference USA First Team

All-Big East Conference First Team

Retired jerseysEdit

Retired Jerseys

Dwyane

Wade
3
2001–03

Apollo 11

Crew
11


Dean

Meminger
14
1968–71


Butch

Lee
15
1974–78


Maurice

Lucas
20
1972–74


George

Thompson
24
1966–69


Bo

Ellis
31
1973–77


Doc

Rivers
31
1980–83


Bob

Weingart
38
Trainer


Earl

Tatum
43
1972–76


Don

Kojis
44
1958–61


Al

McGuire
77
Coach

Hall of Fame inducteesEdit

Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame

All-time career leadersEdit

Lists are accurate through the 2019–20 season.[3]

PointsEdit

Rank Points Player Years
1 2761 Markus Howard 2016–20
2 1985 Jerel McNeal 2005–09
3 1859 Lazar Hayward 2006–10
4 1773 George Thompson 1966–69
5 1749 Dominic James 2005–09
6 1735 Butch Lee 1974–78
7 1691 Travis Diener 2001–05
8 1690 Brian Wardle 1997–01
9 1688 Tony Smith 1986–90
10 1673 Wesley Matthews 2005–09

ReboundsEdit

Rank Rebounds Player Years
1 1222 Don Kojis 1958–61
2 1085 Bo Ellis 1973–77
3 978 Terry Rand 1953–56
4 938 Walt Mangham 1957–60
5 910 Lazar Hayward 2006–10
6 771 Tom Flynn 1963–66
7 768 Paul Carbins 1964–67
8 765 Trevor Powell 1987–91
9 753 John Glaser 1955–58
10 745 Russ Wittberger 1951–55

AssistsEdit

Rank Assists Player Years
1 956 Tony Miller 1991–95
2 632 Dominic James 2005–09
3 617 Travis Diener 2001–05
4 550 Aaron Hutchins 1994–98
5 480 Lloyd Walton 1973–76
6 469 Tony Smith 1986–90
7 455 Jerel McNeal 2005–09
8 435 Junior Cadougan 2009–13
9 430 Cordell Henry 1998–02
10 409 Doc Rivers 1980–83

StealsEdit

Rank Steals Player Years
1 287 Jerel McNeal 2005–09
2 272 Mike Wilson 1978–82
3 253 Mandy Johnson 1981–85
4 238 Dominic James 2005–09
5 203 Doc Rivers 1980–83
6 190 Tony Smith 1986–90
7 188 Michael Sims 1984–88
8 185 Tony Miller 1991–95
9 165 Aaron Hutchins 1994–98
10 158 Lazar Hayward 2006–10
158 Travis Diener 2001–05
158 Kerry Trotter 1982–86

BlocksEdit

Rank Blocks Player Years
1 399 Jim McIlvaine 1990–94
2 175 Amal McCaskill 1991–92, 93–96
3 172 Faisal Abraham 1993–97
4 153 Luke Fischer 2014–17
5 151 Theo John 2017–present
6 145 Chris Otule 2008–14
7 119 Mike Wilson 1978–82
8 113 Scott Merritt 2000–04
9 103 Walter Downing 1984–86
10 100 Ousmane Barro 2004–08

Players in the NBAEdit

CurrentEdit

Player Team
Wesley Matthews Los Angeles Lakers
Jimmy Butler Miami Heat
Jae Crowder Phoenix Suns
Juan Toscano-Anderson Golden State Warriors
Deonte Burton Oklahoma City Thunder
Markus Howard Denver Nuggets

All-timeEdit

Player NBA Draft Years Career Highlights and Awards
Bill Downey 1944 No NBA 1947–48
Gene Berce 1948 Drafted 1949–50
Don Kojis 1961 Round 2 Pick 21 1963–75 NBA All-Star (1968, 1969)
George Thompson 1969 Round 5 Pick 66 1974–75
Joe Thomas 1970 Round 6 Pick 95 1970–71
Dean Meminger 1971 Round 1 Pick 16 1971–77 NBA Champion (1973)
Larry McNeill 1973 Round 2 Pick 25 1973–79
Jim Chones 1973 Round 2 Pick 31 1974–82 NBA Champion (1980)
Allie McGuire 1973 Round 3 Pick 49 1973–74
Maurice Lucas 1974 Round 1 Pick 14 1976–88 NBA Champion (1977)
NBA All-Star (19771979, 1983)
All-NBA Second Team (1978)
Earl Tatum 1976 Round 2 Pick 21 1976–80
Lloyd Walton 1976 Round 3 Pick 40 1976–81
Bo Ellis 1977 Round 1 Pick 17 1977–80
Butch Lee 1978 Round 1 Pick 10 1978–80 NBA Champion (1980)
Jerome Whitehead 1978 Round 2 Pick 41 1978–89
Bernard Toone 1979 Round 2 Pick 37 1979–80
Sam Worthen 1980 Round 2 Pick 26 1980–82
Mike Wilson 1982 Round 3 Pick 47 1983–85, 86–87
Doc Rivers 1983 Round 2 Pick 31 1983–96 NBA All-Star (1988)
Tom Copa 1987 Undrafted 1991–92
Tony Smith 1990 Round 2 Pick 51 1990–98, 00–01
Jim McIlvaine 1994 Round 2 Pick 32 1994–01
Amal McCaskill 1996 Round 2 Pick 49 1996–97, 01–04
Chris Crawford 1997 Round 2 Pick 50 1997–04
Dwyane Wade 2003 Round 1 Pick 5 2003–19 NBA Champion (2006, 2012, 2013)
13× NBA All-Star (20052016, 2019)
All-NBA First Team (2009, 2010)
All-NBA Second Team (2005, 2006, 2011)
All-NBA Third Team (2007, 2012, 2013)
Travis Diener 2005 Round 2 Pick 38 2005–10
Steve Novak 2006 Round 2 Pick 32 2006–17
Wesley Matthews 2009 Undrafted 2009–present
Jerel McNeal 2009 Undrafted 2014–15
Lazar Hayward 2010 Round 1 Pick 30 2010–13
Jimmy Butler 2011 Round 1 Pick 30 2011–present NBA All-Star (20152018, 2020)
All-NBA Third Team (2017, 2018)
Dwight Buycks 2011 Undrafted 2013–15, 17–18
Jae Crowder 2012 Round 2 Pick 34 2012–present
Darius Johnson-Odom 2012 Round 2 Pick 55 2012–14
Vander Blue 2013 Undrafted 2013–15, 17–18
Jamil Wilson 2014 Undrafted 2017–18
Juan Toscano-Anderson 2015 Undrafted 2019–present
Henry Ellenson 2016 Round 1 Pick 18 2016–2020
Deonte Burton 2017 Undrafted 2018–present
Markus Howard 2020 Undrafted 2020–present

Players in international leaguesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Marquette Athletics Identity Standards" (PDF). Retrieved April 10, 2016.
  2. ^ "Marquette University to join Bucks at new Milwaukee arena". Retrieved May 22, 2018.
  3. ^ a b "Marquette Record Book" (PDF). Retrieved January 24, 2020.
  4. ^ "Former Marquette basketball player Grant Wittberger dies". Retrieved November 30, 2018.
  5. ^ Yeazel, Matt. "Jayce Johnson continues basketball career overseas". Marquette Wire. Retrieved 2020-11-22.

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