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 ===== Robert Allen ===== ===== Robert Allen =====
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-**TRACK AND FIELD**\\+**Track and Field**\\
 **1952-54**\\ **1952-54**\\
-\\+**Inducted in 1980**\\ 
 Bob Allen, a 5-foot-7, 120-pound running machine, captured All-America acclaim as a senior in 1954 when he placed second in the IC4A Eastern Championships and third in the national collegiate championships,​ missing the two-mile title by 10 yards. Bob Allen, a 5-foot-7, 120-pound running machine, captured All-America acclaim as a senior in 1954 when he placed second in the IC4A Eastern Championships and third in the national collegiate championships,​ missing the two-mile title by 10 yards.
  
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 During his junior season, Allen won the Central Collegiate Conference two-mile indoors and outdoors to set the stage for his outstanding senior year in which he repeated his CCC indoor and outdoor conference titles, broke the oldest record in Marquette track annals - the two-mile mark held by his coach, Mel "​Bus"​ Shimek, - and nearly won the two-mile national title. During his junior season, Allen won the Central Collegiate Conference two-mile indoors and outdoors to set the stage for his outstanding senior year in which he repeated his CCC indoor and outdoor conference titles, broke the oldest record in Marquette track annals - the two-mile mark held by his coach, Mel "​Bus"​ Shimek, - and nearly won the two-mile national title.
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 ===== Jim Allen ===== ===== Jim Allen =====
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-**CROSS COUNTRY ​TRACK AND FIELD**\\+**Cross Country ​Track and Field**\\
 **1954, 1957-61, 1977-88**\\ **1954, 1957-61, 1977-88**\\
-\\+**Inducted in 2009**\\ 
 Jim Allen served as Marquette'​s head cross country and track & field coach for 11 seasons and resurrected the Marquette Track Club after graduating from MU in 1961. Jim Allen served as Marquette'​s head cross country and track & field coach for 11 seasons and resurrected the Marquette Track Club after graduating from MU in 1961.
  
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 Allen helped guide the cross country and track programs through the transition from non-scholarship club sports status back to NCAA Division I programs. Allen was also instrumental in Marquette hosting it's only NCAA Championship,​ the 1985 NCAA Cross Country Championships,​ in which Hanson finished third. Allen helped guide the cross country and track programs through the transition from non-scholarship club sports status back to NCAA Division I programs. Allen was also instrumental in Marquette hosting it's only NCAA Championship,​ the 1985 NCAA Cross Country Championships,​ in which Hanson finished third.
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-Inducted in 2009. 
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 ===== George Andrie ===== ===== George Andrie =====
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-**FOOTBALL**\\+**Football**\\
 **1959-60**\\ **1959-60**\\
-\\+**Inducted in 1991**\\ 
 George Andrie was the Warriors'​ leading receiver in each of his two seasons at Marquette, the final two seasons of football at the school. George Andrie was the Warriors'​ leading receiver in each of his two seasons at Marquette, the final two seasons of football at the school.
  
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 ===== Kathy Androwski ===== ===== Kathy Androwski =====
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-**VOLLEYBALL/​BASKETBALL**\\+**Volleyball \ Basketball**\\
 **1977-80**\\ **1977-80**\\
-\\+**Inducted in 1991**\\ 
 The first female inductee to the Marquette M Club Hall of Fame, Kathy Andrykowski was an outstanding two-sport star at MU in volleyball and basketball, earning four letters in each sport. The first female inductee to the Marquette M Club Hall of Fame, Kathy Andrykowski was an outstanding two-sport star at MU in volleyball and basketball, earning four letters in each sport.
  
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 ===== John Bennett ===== ===== John Bennett =====
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-**TRACK AND FIELD**\\+**Track and Field**\\
 **1951-54**\\ **1951-54**\\
 +**Inducted in 1980**\\
  
 A two-time All-American in the long jump, John Bennett won the NCAA championship with a jump of 25' 3 1/4" in 1953 and again in 1954 with an even longer jump that distanced 25' 10 3/4". He also won the 1954 AAU broad jump and captured the event at the Central Collegiate indoor and outdoor meets in 1953 and 1954, respectively. A two-time All-American in the long jump, John Bennett won the NCAA championship with a jump of 25' 3 1/4" in 1953 and again in 1954 with an even longer jump that distanced 25' 10 3/4". He also won the 1954 AAU broad jump and captured the event at the Central Collegiate indoor and outdoor meets in 1953 and 1954, respectively.
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 Kenneth Wiesner was a three-time All-America performer in the high jump at Marquette. He claimed three NCAA championships in the high jump (1944-45-46) while also playing for the MU basketball team. During his junior year, he set a school record in the high jump with an effort of 6' 8 3/8" at the NCAA meet in Minneapolis. Following his graduation in 1947, he didn’t compete for nearly four years. In 1952, he began his comeback and eventually scored a stunning victory in the 1952 Los Angeles Coliseum Relays in the high jump defeating future Olympic champion Walt Davis of Texas A&M. He qualified for the ’52 Olympics and was a silver medalist in the high jump. In 1953, he broke the world indoor mark in the high jump with his best effort being an effort of 6' 10 3/4" at the Chicago Relays. Inducted in 1974 Kenneth Wiesner was a three-time All-America performer in the high jump at Marquette. He claimed three NCAA championships in the high jump (1944-45-46) while also playing for the MU basketball team. During his junior year, he set a school record in the high jump with an effort of 6' 8 3/8" at the NCAA meet in Minneapolis. Following his graduation in 1947, he didn’t compete for nearly four years. In 1952, he began his comeback and eventually scored a stunning victory in the 1952 Los Angeles Coliseum Relays in the high jump defeating future Olympic champion Walt Davis of Texas A&M. He qualified for the ’52 Olympics and was a silver medalist in the high jump. In 1953, he broke the world indoor mark in the high jump with his best effort being an effort of 6' 10 3/4" at the Chicago Relays. Inducted in 1974
-===== 1970 NIT Champ Team ===== +===== 1969-1970 Men's Basketball ​Team ===== 
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 +**Men'​s Basketball**\\ 
 +**1969-1970**\\ 
 +**Inducted in 1999**\\
  
-The 1970 Marquette mens basketball team finished the season with a 26-3 record and defeated St. Johns to win the National Invitation Tournament (NIT). ​The 26 wins and 89.6 winning percentage were both school records at the time and are now good for third all time. MU turned down a bid to the NCAA Midwest Regional in Fort Worth, Tex., after being denied an invitation to the Mideast Regional that was being held closer to home. MU accepted a bid to the NIT in New York and defeated Massachusetts,​ Utah and Pete Maravich’s LSU squad before defeating local favorite St. John’s, 65-53, in the NIT Final. The team was ranked eighth in the final Associated Press poll and 10th in the final United Press International ranking. Inducted in 1999 +The 1969-1970 Marquette men's basketball team finished the season with a 26-3 record and defeated St. John's to win the National Invitation Tournament (NIT).
-===== 1982 Women'​s Cross Country Team ===== +
-** 1982 WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY TEAM**\\+
  
-This team, under the guidance of head coach Elliot Kramsky, won the 1982 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national championship. Katie Webb was the NAIA individual champion and earned All-America status along with Diane Held, Mary Kay VanEss, Laurie Hottinger and Kara Hughes. Hottinger also earned Academic All-America accoladesKramsky was chosen the NAIA National Coach of the Year. The team also captured the Wisconsin Womens Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference (WWIAC) Championship and three regular-season invitational titles. Webb, Hughes and VanEss were named to the WWIAC All-Conference Team. Other team members included Theresa Bender, Natalie Doberstein,, Mary Ann Ferguson, Kathy Fynan, Terri Liebfried, Kim McElroy and Julie Schultz. ​Inducted in 1996+The 26 wins and .896 winning percentage were both school records at the time, and is now third best in program history. 
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 +MU turned down a bid to the NCAA Midwest Regional in Fort Worth, Tex., after being denied an invitation to the Mideast Regional that was being held closer to home. 
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 +En route to their NIT Championship in New York, Marquette defeated Massachusetts,​ Utah and Pete Maravich'​s LSU squad before defeating local favorite St. John'​s,​ 65-53, in the NIT Final. 
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 +The team was ranked eighth in the final Associated Press poll and 10th in the final United Press International ranking. 
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 +===== 1981-1982 Women'​s Cross Country Team ===== 
 +**Women'​s Cross Country**\\ 
 +**1981-1982**\\ 
 +**Inducted in 1996**\\ 
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 +The 1982 Marquette women'​s cross country ​team, under the guidance of head coach Elliot Kramsky, won the 1982 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national championship. 
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 +Katie Webb was the NAIA individual champion and earned All-America status along with Diane Held, Mary Kay VanEss, Laurie Hottinger and Kara Hughes. Hottinger also earned Academic All-America accolades ​and Kramsky was chosen ​as the NAIA National Coach of the Year. 
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 +The team also captured the Wisconsin Women's Intercollegiate Athletic Association Conference (WWIAC) Championship and three regular-season invitational titles. Webb, Hughes and VanEss were named to the WWIAC All-Conference Team. 
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 +Other team members included Theresa Bender, Natalie Doberstein, Mary Ann Ferguson, Kathy Fynan, Terri Liebfried, Kim McElroy and Julie Schultz.
  
 ===== 1973-1974 Men's Basketball Team ===== ===== 1973-1974 Men's Basketball Team =====
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-**MEN’S BASKETBALL**\\+**Men's Basketball**\\
 **1973-1974**\\ **1973-1974**\\
 +**Inducted in 2006**
  
 Coached by M Club Hall of Famer Al McGuire, the 1973-1974 Marquette men's basketball team posted a 26-5 record en route to the program'​s first-ever appearance in the NCAA National Championship Game. Coached by M Club Hall of Famer Al McGuire, the 1973-1974 Marquette men's basketball team posted a 26-5 record en route to the program'​s first-ever appearance in the NCAA National Championship Game.
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 Lucas earned NCAA All-Tournament team recognition and was named to the Converse All-America Second Team. Lucas, along with five other members from that squad, Marcus Washington, Jerry Homan, Earl Tatum, Lloyd Walton and Ellis, were selected in NBA Drafts from 1974 to 1978. Lucas earned NCAA All-Tournament team recognition and was named to the Converse All-America Second Team. Lucas, along with five other members from that squad, Marcus Washington, Jerry Homan, Earl Tatum, Lloyd Walton and Ellis, were selected in NBA Drafts from 1974 to 1978.
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-Inducted in 2006. 
  
 ===== 1976-1977 Men's Basketball Team ===== ===== 1976-1977 Men's Basketball Team =====
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-**MEN’S BASKETBALL**\\+**Men's Basketball**\\
 **1976-1977**\\ **1976-1977**\\
 +**Inducted in 1991**\\
  
-The 1976-77 Marquette mens basketball team beat North Carolina, 67-59, to win the national title. The team posted a final record of 25-7 en route to the school’s first national crown. The club was ranked No. 7 in the nation in the final Associated Press rankings and defeated Cincinnati, Kansas State, Wake Forest and UNC Charlotte before meeting the Tar Heels. One of the great plays in MU basketball history took place in the national semifinals against UNC Charlotte. After the 49ers tied the game at 49-49 with three seconds left, guard Butch Lee inbounded the ball and fired a long pass toward the key. After jostling with a Charlotte player, center Jerome Whitehead got control of the ball and laid it in at the buzzer giving MU a breath-taking 51-49 triumph. Butch Lee finished as the team’s top scorer (19.6 ppg) while Bo Ellis was the top rebounder (8.3 rpg). Inducted in 1991.+The 1976-77 Marquette men's basketball team beat North Carolina, 67-59, to win the national title.
  
 +The team posted a final record of 25-7 en route to the school'​s first national crown. The club was ranked No. 7 in the nation in the final Associated Press rankings and defeated Cincinnati, Kansas State, Wake Forest and UNC Charlotte before meeting the Tar Heels.
  
 +One of the great plays in MU basketball history took place in the national semifinals against UNC Charlotte. After the 49ers tied the game at 49-49 with three seconds left, guard Butch Lee inbounded the ball and fired a long pass toward the key. After jostling with a Charlotte player, center Jerome Whitehead got control of the ball and laid it in at the buzzer giving MU a breath-taking 51-49 triumph.
  
 +Lee finished as the team's top scorer with 19.6 ppg while Bo Ellis was the top rebounder (8.3 rpg).
  
 ===== 2002-2003 Men's Basketball Team ===== ===== 2002-2003 Men's Basketball Team =====
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-**MEN'S BASKETBALL**\\+**Men's Basketball**\\
 **2002-2003**\\ **2002-2003**\\
 +**Inducted in 2009**\\
  
 The 2002-03 Men's Basketball squad earned the 2003 Conference USA regular season championship before making the program'​s third NCAA Final Four. In the Midwest Regional, MU defeated No. 2-seeded Pittsburgh before knocking off No. 1-overall seed Kentucky in the regional final. Head coach Tom Crean was named the Ray Meyer Conference USA Coach of the Year and the Coach Clair Bee Award Recipient as well as the USBWA District V and NABC District XI Coach of the Year. The 2002-03 Men's Basketball squad earned the 2003 Conference USA regular season championship before making the program'​s third NCAA Final Four. In the Midwest Regional, MU defeated No. 2-seeded Pittsburgh before knocking off No. 1-overall seed Kentucky in the regional final. Head coach Tom Crean was named the Ray Meyer Conference USA Coach of the Year and the Coach Clair Bee Award Recipient as well as the USBWA District V and NABC District XI Coach of the Year.
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 The 2002-03 squad finished the season 27-6 overall and 14-2 in Conference USA, earning them a No. 9 ranking in the final Associated Press Top 25 Poll and a No. 6 ranking in the final ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll. During that season, the team defeated the conference champions of the Big Ten (Wisconsin),​ ACC (Wake Forest), BIG EAST (Pittsburgh) and SEC (Kentucky). The 2002-03 squad finished the season 27-6 overall and 14-2 in Conference USA, earning them a No. 9 ranking in the final Associated Press Top 25 Poll and a No. 6 ranking in the final ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll. During that season, the team defeated the conference champions of the Big Ten (Wisconsin),​ ACC (Wake Forest), BIG EAST (Pittsburgh) and SEC (Kentucky).
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-Inducted in 2009. 

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