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1989–90 Marquette Warriors men's basketball team

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1989–90 Marquette Warriors men's basketball
NIT, First Round L 54–57 vs. Penn State
ConferenceMidwestern Collegiate Conference
1989–90 record15–14 (9–5 MW Coll)
Head coachKevin O'Neill (1st season)
Home arenaBradley Center
Seasons
1990–91 →
1989–90 Midwestern Collegiate Conference men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
No. 25 Xavier 12 2   .857     28 5   .848
Dayton † 10 4   .714     22 10   .688
[[{{{school}}}|Saint Louis]] 9 5   .643     21 12   .636
Marquette 9 5   .643     15 14   .517
[[{{{school}}}|Evansville]] 8 6   .571     17 15   .531
[[{{{school}}}|Loyola (IL)]] 3 11   .214     7 22   .241
[[{{{school}}}|Detroit]] 3 11   .214     10 18   .357
[[{{{school}}}|Butler]] 2 12   .143     6 22   .214
† 1990 MCC Tournament winner
Rankings from AP

The 1989–90 Marquette Warriors men's basketball team represented Marquette University during the 1989–90 men's college basketball season. Their head coach was Kevin O'Neill. The Golden Eagles finished the regular season with a record of 15–14, 9—5. This was the first year in which Marquette played in the Midwestern Collegiate Conference.

Guard Tony Smith was the team's leading scorer with 689 points and 225 assists in 29 games. Other statistical leaders included Forward Trevor Powell with 158 rebounds.[1]

Roster[edit]

1989–90 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) Sr Wauwatosa, Wisconsin
Head coach
  • Kevin O'Neill
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 24*
at Oregon State  57–51  0–1
Gill Coliseum 
Corvallis, Oregon
December 1*
North Carolina-Wilmington  76–54  1–1
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 2*
Wisconsin  58–63  1–2
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 5
Loyola (IL)  73–69  2–2
(1–0)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 9*
Notre Dame  80–68  3–2
(1–0)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 16*
Michigan  73–82  3–3
(1–0)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 20*
Chicago State  77–45  4–3
(1–0)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
December 23*
at DePaul  62–71  4–4
(1–0)
Rosemont Horizon 
Rosemont, Illinois
December 31*
Morgan State  75–51  5–4
(1–0)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 3*
Charleston Southern  83–57  6–4
(1–0)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 6
Xavier  80–86  6–5
(1–1)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 11
at Dayton  95–84  7–5
(2–1)
University of Dayton Arena 
Dayton, Ohio
January 18
at Detroit  84–70  8–5
(3–1)
Calihan Hall 
Detroit, Michigan
January 20*
DePaul  77–55  9–5
(3–1)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 22
Saint Louis  65–59  10–5
(4–1)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
January 27
at Evansville  66–70  10–6
(4–2)
Roberts Municipal Stadium 
Evansville, Indiana
February 1
at Butler  75–73  11–6
(5–2)
Hinkle Fieldhouse 
Indianapolis, Indiana
February 3*
Virginia  91–96  11–7
(5–2)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
February 8
at Xavier  78–83  11–8
(5–3)
Cincinnati Gardens 
Cincinnati, Ohio
February 10
Dayton  77–79  11–9
(5–4)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
February 14*
at Notre Dame  76–79  11–10
(5–4)
Joyce Center 
South Bend, Indiana
February 17
at Loyola (IL)  68–48  12–10
(6–4)
Rosemont Horizon 
Rosemont, Illinois
February 19*
at Wisconsin  65–82  12–11
(6–4)
Wisconsin Field House 
Madison, WI
February 24
at Saint Louis  55–65  12–12
(6–5)
Kiel Auditorium 
St. Louis, Missouri
February 26
Evansville  90–65  13–12
(7–5)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
March 1
Detroit  70–69  14–12
(8–5)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
March 3
Butler  90–70  15–12
(9–5)
Bradley Center 
Milwaukee, WI
March 8
vs. Saint Louis
Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament • Quarterfinal
 57–66  15–13
University of Dayton Arena 
Dayton, Ohio
March 14
at Penn State
NIT First round
 54–57  15–14
Rec Hall 
University Park, Pennsylvania
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses.

[2][3]

External links[edit]

Team players drafted into the NBA[edit]

Round Pick Player NBA Club
2 51 Tony Smith Los Angeles Lakers

[4]

References[edit]

  1. "1989-90 Marquette Warriors Roster and Stats". SR/CBB. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved May 22, 2020.
  2. "1989–90 Marquette Warriors Schedule and Results". College Basketball at Sports-Reference.com. Retrieved May 17, 2020.
  3. 2008-09 Marquette Golden Eagles men's basketball media guide. Retrieved 2013-Oct-21.
  4. "1990 NBA Draft". Basketball-reference.com. Retrieved May 1, 2020.


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