Marquette Fires Steve Wojciechowski After seven seasons

Marquette has fired senior men’s basketball coach Steve Wojciechowski after seven seasons.

The Duke’s old point guard went 128-95 at East East school, with two NCAA Tournament displays and no tournament wins. Marquette went 13-14 this season, 8-11 in the Big East, and lost to Georgetown in the first round of the Big East Championship at Madison Square Garden.

He is the second Big East coach fired this offseason after DePaul’s Dave Leitao. Marquette recently lost associate head coach Dwayne Killings when he became head coach at Albany.

Potential candidates include Loyola’s Porter Moser, former Michigan coach John Beilein, Bryce Drew at Grand Canyon and Dennis Gates at Cleveland State.

“After a thorough evaluation of our program over the past week, which included a number of conversations with Steve, I decided that now was the right time for a new director of the Our stormy program, “said Marquette AD Bill Scholl.” I am confident that our history of success and our commitment to developing young men who are leaders on and off the court will attract the highest level of I want to thank Steve for his commitment to our student-athletes, and for his representation of our men’s and university basketball program. all to Steve, Lindsay, Jack and Charlie in the future. “

Marquette said “Intercollegiate Athletics will pay in full the transfer costs and responsibilities associated with the change in coaching leadership. ”