NCAA Basketball

#15 Marquette Golden Eagles (14-3)


Wednesday 1/9 Saturday 1/12 Tuesday 1/15 Sunday 1/20 Wednesday 1/23
@ Cre
W 106-104
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vs. SetonH
W 70-66
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Marq 37 - 40 GTown
1st 0:00
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vs. Prov
9:00 AM PT10:00 AM MT11:00 AM CT12:00 PM ET5:00 PM GMT1:00 PM 北京时间10:00 AM MST12:00 PM EST
vs. DePaul
5:30 PM PT6:30 PM MT7:30 PM CT8:30 PM ET1:30 PM GMT9:30 PM 北京时间6:30 PM MST8:30 PM EST

High-scoring Howard, No. 15 Marquette tangle with Georgetown

No. 15 Marquette will go for its fourth consecutive win when it visits Georgetown on Tuesday night.

The Golden Eagles (14-3, 3-1 Big East) have won 11 of their past 12 games, including a 70-66 win against Seton Hall on Saturday.

Markus Howard led Marquette with 26 points, one game after he scored a school-record 53 in an overtime win at Creighton. He is averaging 25.8 points game.

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Leaders
Points: M. Howard25.8
Rebounds: S. Hauser6.8
Assists: M. Howard4.4
FG%: M. Howard43.9%
FT%: M. Howard90.5%
3P%: M. Howard44.0%
Steals: M. Howard1.1
Blocks: T. John2.0
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Duke14-2
2 Michigan17-0
3 Tennessee14-1
4 Virginia15-0
5 Gonzaga16-2
6 Michigan State15-2
7 Kansas15-2
8 Texas Tech15-1
9 Virginia Tech14-1
10 Nevada16-1
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Virginia15-0
2 Duke14-2
3 Tennessee14-1
4 Michigan17-0
5 Gonzaga16-2
6 Michigan State15-2
7 Virginia Tech14-1
8 Kansas15-2
9 Texas Tech15-1
10 Nevada16-1
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Big East Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
22 Villanova 4-0 13-4
15 Marquette 3-1 14-3
Xavier 3-2 11-7
Seton Hall 3-3 12-6
Georgetown 2-2 12-5
DePaul 2-2 10-5
St. John's 2-3 14-3
Providence 1-3 11-6
Creighton 1-3 10-7
Butler 1-3 10-7
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 79.6 (61)
Rebounds: 10.3 (169)
Assists: 14.5 (122)
FG%: 45.8% (129)
FT%: 75.5% (31)
3P%: 38.5% (34)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 68.8 (117)
Rebounds: 30.1 (13)
Assists: 11.5 (73)
FG%: 40.1% (50)
FT%: 67.0% (81)
3P%: 31.8% (96)
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