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 ====== Marquette Men's Basketball ====== ====== Marquette Men's Basketball ======
-{{nickname:​monogrambasketball.jpg?​200 ​ }}The [[2013|2013-2014]] season marks the 97th season of Marquette men's basketball, which has had a tradition of success. ​ Due largely to the accomplishments of the team in the 1970s Marquette is synonymous with basketball. ​ The Warriors, coached by [[Al McGuire]], won the 1977 NCAA Tournament and were runners-up in 1974. [[Maurice Bo Ellis]] was a member of each of those teams, and remains the only Marquette player to appear in two Final Fours.+{{nickname:​monogrambasketball.jpg?​200 ​ }}The [[2018|2018-2019]] season marks the 102nd season of Marquette men's basketball, which has had a tradition of success. ​ Due largely to the accomplishments of the team in the 1970s Marquette is synonymous with basketball. ​ The Warriors, coached by [[Al McGuire]], won the 1977 NCAA Tournament and were runners-up in 1974. [[Maurice Bo Ellis]] was a member of each of those teams, and remains the only Marquette player to appear in two Final Fours.
  
 In 2003 Marquette, coached by [[Tom Crean]] and led by [[Dwyane Wade]], [[Robert Jackson]], [[Steve Novak]], and [[Travis Diener]], defeated top-ranked Kentucky to reach the Final Four. In that game, Wade became one of only four players in NCAA Men's Tournament history to record a triple-double. Wade was named an AP All-American two years in a row and won Conference USA Player of the Year while at Marquette. Under coach [[Buzz Williams]], Marquette reemerged as a perennial basketball power, making it to the Sweet 16 in 2011 and 2012, followed by a BIG EAST title and Elite 8 appearance in 2013. In 2003 Marquette, coached by [[Tom Crean]] and led by [[Dwyane Wade]], [[Robert Jackson]], [[Steve Novak]], and [[Travis Diener]], defeated top-ranked Kentucky to reach the Final Four. In that game, Wade became one of only four players in NCAA Men's Tournament history to record a triple-double. Wade was named an AP All-American two years in a row and won Conference USA Player of the Year while at Marquette. Under coach [[Buzz Williams]], Marquette reemerged as a perennial basketball power, making it to the Sweet 16 in 2011 and 2012, followed by a BIG EAST title and Elite 8 appearance in 2013.
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 ===== Seasons ===== ===== Seasons =====
  
 +2020s: [[2020|20-21]] | [[2021|21-22]] | [[2022|22-23]] | [[2023|23-24]] | [[2024|24-25]] | [[2025|25-26]] | [[2026|26-27]] | [[2027|27-28]] |  [[2028|28-29]] | [[2029|29-30]]\\
 2010s: [[2010|10-11]] | [[2011|11-12]] | [[2012|12-13]] | [[2013|13-14]] | [[2014|14-15]] | [[2015|15-16]] | [[2016|16-17]] | [[2017|17-18]] |  [[2018|18-19]] | [[2019|19-20]]\\ 2010s: [[2010|10-11]] | [[2011|11-12]] | [[2012|12-13]] | [[2013|13-14]] | [[2014|14-15]] | [[2015|15-16]] | [[2016|16-17]] | [[2017|17-18]] |  [[2018|18-19]] | [[2019|19-20]]\\
 2000s: [[2000|00-01]] | [[2001|01-02]] | [[2002|02-03]] | [[2003|03-04]] | [[2004|04-05]] | [[2005|05-06]] | [[2006|06-07]] | [[2007|07-08]] |  [[2008|08-09]] | [[2009|09-10]]\\ 2000s: [[2000|00-01]] | [[2001|01-02]] | [[2002|02-03]] | [[2003|03-04]] | [[2004|04-05]] | [[2005|05-06]] | [[2006|06-07]] | [[2007|07-08]] |  [[2008|08-09]] | [[2009|09-10]]\\

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