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Overall Record: 11-18
MCC Record: 7-7
Coach: Kevin O’Neill
Captains: Mark Anglavar, Rod Grosse,Trevor Powell
Leading Scorer: Damon Key (13.2 ppg)
Leading Rebounder: Trevor Powell (7.3 rpg)

Kevin O'Neill wanted a quick transition from the Bob Dukiet era, so he brought in three transfers who he hoped would contribute immediately (following their redshirt year). Ron Curry followed O'Neill from Arizona, Jay Zulauf came from Bowling Green and Milwaukee native Keith Stewart came home from Purdue.

There were particularly high expectations of Stewart, who was a top-100 recruit coming out of high school and had little competition at the point guard spot. Unfortunately, Stewart was kicked off the team just prior to the game at Dayton, thrusting freshman Robb Logterman into the point guard position. Logterman was a natural shooting guard and it showed throughout the season. By the time the dust settled, Marquette set season records for turnovers (535) and fewest steals (109).

Better days were on the horizon. O'Neill hit the recruiting trails hard and had his sights set on an undersized high school quarterback from Ohio, who would re-write the Marquette record books.

Schedule and Results

Date Opponent Result
N 14 at #6 Duke L 74-87Dodge Pre-Season NIT (Durham, NC)
D 1 at Kansas L 71-108Marquette's 37-point loss to Kansas was one of the worst in school history. Kansas set opponent records for steals (22) and points scored (108), while Alonzo Jamison set an individual opponent record for steals (8) Lawrence Journal Article recap and box score
D 4 UW-Madison W 69-58UW-Madison tied a Bradley Center record for free throw percentage (100%), when they shot a perfect 12 for 12
D 7 Mississippi Valley State W 96-71First Bank ClassicScoring machine Alphonso Ford set a Bradley Center record for free throw percentage (100% on 10-10 shooting)
D 8 Arkansas-Little Rock W 75-44First Bank Classic
D 19 Prairie View A&M W 95-68Marquette set a Bradley Center team record for field goals attempted (77)
D 22 at Michigan L 81-89
D 30 Oklahoma State L 43-70
J 2 #18 Virginia L 88-94
J 5 at Dayton* L 81-103Dayton set an opponent record for assists in a game (28)
J 8 at DePaul L 63-68
J 10 Xavier (OH)* L 93-98 OT
J 17 at Notre Dame L 73-80
J 19 Loyola (IL)* W 82-36
J 21 at North Carolina State L 76-89
J 24 at Evansville* W 68-57
J 26 at Saint Louis* L 69-73
J 28 DePaul L 56-84
J 31 Detroit* W 75-54
F 2 Butler* L 65-76Marquette blocked a school-record 16 shots against Butler, who tied a Bradley Center team record with 35 made free throws
F 7 at Xavier (OH)* L 66-71
F 9 Dayton* W 67-65
F 12 Notre Dame L 62-63
F 17 at Loyola (IL)* W 75-70 OT
F 21 Evansville* L 55-59
F 23 Saint Louis* W 72-69
F 28 at Detroit* W 74-68
M 2 at Butler* L 74-84
M 7 Saint Louis L 82-92MCC Tournament (Dayton, OH)

*Midwestern Collegiate Conference game

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