Marquette Golden Eagles

Representing Marquette University as its men’s NCAA Division I basketball team, the Golden Eagles have played at the BMO Harris Bradley Center since its inception in October of 1988. 

Over the years, Marquette men’s basketball has participated in more than twenty-eight NCAA tournaments, with their most memorable performance being in 1977 when they took the title under legendary Head Coach Al McGuire. In 2003, the Eagles took their shot again at a second tournament victory in New Orleans when they entered the Final Four for the first time since ‘77. 

As of today, Marquette University men's basketball has helped launch the careers of over thirty past and present NBA players, including Doc Rivers and Dwayne Wade, and their program continues to produce a line up of noteworthy athletes year after year. Although with every season, the Golden Eagles bring in a different team with a fresh mix of players, they are always sure to light up the court and fire up dedicated Marquette fans of all ages.

The Eagles are currently a member of the Big East Conference, playing under the direction of Head Coach Steve Wojciechowski.