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1988–89 Marquette Warriors men's basketball team

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1988–89 Marquette Warriors men's basketball
ConferenceIndependent
1988–89 record13–15
Head coachBob Dukiet (3rd season)
Home arenaBradley Center
Seasons
← 1987–88
1988–89 NCAA Division I men's basketball independents standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
[[{{{school}}}|Akron]] - -       21 8   .724
Notre Dame - -       21 9   .700
DePaul - -       21 12   .636
Miami (FL) - -       19 12   .613
[[{{{school}}}|Maryland-Baltimore County]] - -       17 11   .607
[[{{{school}}}|Wright State]] - -       17 11   .607
Marquette - -       13 15   .464
[[{{{school}}}|Mount St. Mary's]] - -       12 15   .444
[[{{{school}}}|Chicago State]] - -       12 16   .429
[[{{{school}}}|Nicholls State]] - -       12 16   .429
[[{{{school}}}|Northern Illinois]] - -       11 17   .393
[[{{{school}}}|U.S. International]] - -       11 17   .393
[[{{{school}}}|Liberty]] - -       10 17   .370
[[{{{school}}}|Central Connecticut State]] - -       10 18   .357
[[{{{school}}}|Florida International]] - -       10 18   .357
[[{{{school}}}|Southern Utah]] - -       10 18   .357
[[{{{school}}}|Oral Roberts]] - -       8 20   .286
[[{{{school}}}|Central Florida]] - -       7 20   .259
[[{{{school}}}|Davidson]] - -       7 24   .226
[[{{{school}}}|Youngstown State]] - -       5 23   .179
[[{{{school}}}|Brooklyn]] - -       4 23   .148
[[{{{school}}}|SE Louisiana]] - -       3 24   .111
Rankings from AP Poll

The 1988–89 Marquette Warriors men's basketball team represented Marquette University during the 1988–89 NCAA Division I men's basketball season. The Warriors finished the regular season with a record of 13–15. This when Marquette played their home games for the first time at Bradley Center

Guard Trevor Powell was the team's leading scorer with 423 points and 175 rebounds in 28 games. Other statistical leaders included Guard Tony Smith with 158 assists.[1]

Following the season Bob Dukiet was hired at Gannon University.

Roster[edit]

1988–89 Marquette Warriors men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year Hometown
G 34 Tony Smith 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) 185 lb (84 kg) Jr Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Head coach
  • Bob Dukiet
Assistant coach(es)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on
  • Injured Injured
  • Redshirt Current redshirt

Schedule[edit]

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record Site
city, state
November 25
vs. Kent State  68–64  1–0
University Hall 
Charlottesville, Virginia
November 26
at Virginia  63–80  1–1
University Hall 
Charlottesville, Virginia
December 2
Rice  76–60  2–1
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 3
Wisconsin  55–70  2–2
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 5
Austin Peay  72–82  2–3
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 8
Saint Thomas (FL)  82–56  3–3
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 12
at Wisconsin  50–61  3–4
Wisconsin Field House 
Madison, WI
December 17
Minnesota  67–83  3–5
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 19
at Creighton  73–79  3–6
Omaha Civic Auditorium 
Omaha, Nebraska
December 21
Morgan State  66–60  4–6
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 2
Furman  78–56  5–6
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 7
at Virginia Tech  93–90  6–6
Cassell Coliseum 
Blacksburg, Virginia
January 9
Western Michigan  63–68  6–7
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 14
Dayton  90–86  7–7
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 17
DePaul  72–64  8–7
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 28
at Miami (FL)  90–106  8–8
Miami Arena 
Miami, Florida
Feburay 2
at Notre Dame  68–83  8–9
Joyce Center 
South Bend, Indiana
Feburay 4
at Wake Forest  67–70  8–10
Winston-Salem Memorial Coliseum 
Winston-Salem, NC
Feburay 8
Toledo  84–65  9–10
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
Feburay 11
Oregon State  73–76  9–11
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
Feburay 15
Valparaiso  91–83  10–11
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
Feburay 20
Fordham  69–68  11–11
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
Feburay 23
Maryland-Baltimore County  88–75  12–11
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
Feburay 25
at Xavier  77–102  12–12
Cincinnati Gardens 
Cincinnati, Ohio
Feburay 28
Loyola (IL)  83–91  12–13
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
March 2
at Dayton  76–74  13–13
University of Dayton Arena 
Dayton, Ohio
March 4
at DePaul  79–91  13–14
Rosemont Horizon 
Rosemont, Illinois
March 8
Notre Dame  63–67  13–15
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

[2][3]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. "1988-89 Marquette Warriors Roster and Stats". SR/CBB. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved May 18, 2020.
  2. "1988–89 Marquette Warriors Schedule and Results". College Basketball at Sports-Reference.com.
  3. 2008-09 Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball media guide. Retrieved 2013-Oct-21.


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