Marquette Tribune Sportswriter, Editor In Chief of The Stirring Straw, Freshman journalism major at Marquette University
New Yorker working hard at making it big in the journalism industry. Currently a sportswriter covering Marquette University athletics for the Marquette Tribune. Christopher is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Stirring Straw, a New York Yankees news and analysis website.
When he is not writing, Christopher is training to run the New York City Marathon with a time under four hours.
The Golden Eagle’s opened the 2012 season with a plethora of records.
While you were sleeping or recovering from your Thanksgiving food comas, there was a six stage Japanese road race in action.
Marquette’s forwards bounced back against Providence, but two last minute free throws downed the Golden Eagles.
Marquette is a much younger team, with only two seniors, than when it battled UIC to a 4-3 victory in Jan. 2011.
Seniors Olga Fischer and Gillian Hush went undefeated against Illinois-Chicago and Wisconsin-Green Bay, propelling Marquette to 2-0.
The Marquette track and field team travels to Notre Dame this weekend for the first time since it kicked off the indoor season at the Blue & Gold Invitational in December.
The long distance runners headlined this years version of the Meyo Invitaional at Notre Dame.
The lacrosse team adopted Jacob West, a 7-year-old with pediatric cancer, as the 29th member of its team.
Koeck and Kusowski shine as track and field uses Hoosier Hills Invite to tune up for Big East Championships.
The men’s and women’s track team heads to New York this weekend for the Big East Indoor Championships.
Junior Kyle Winter claimed the 800-meter championship for Marquette this weekend.
Marquette will need good games from Sarina Simmons and Katherine Plouffe when it takes on Connecticut Saturday at the Al McGuire Center.
Marquette freshman Luis Feliciano has taken a semester off of school to try and make the US Olympic team for boxing.
The men’s and women’s lacrosse teams are focusing on building character and participating in community service in advance of its debut in 2013.
Freshman Jake Kennedy has aspirations to play Division I lacrosse.
Freshman defender BJ Grill isn’t letting his short stature get in the way of impressing his coaches and teammates.
Two sophomores play a leading role in a very young Marquette women’s lacrosse team.
The Marquette men’s club rugby team took down MSOE in its first tilt of the spring season.
Junior Jerry Nobile followed coach Joe Amplo to Marquette from Hofstra showing a strength of character he has displayed his whole life.
As the Marquette’s women’s lacrosse team practiced at Valley Fields on Friday afternoon, the sight of sophomore Caroline Collins running up and down the field was likely to...