Blue Demons fall to 0-5 in Big East after loss at Marquette

Javon Freeman-Liberty had 24 points and 10 rebounds for DePaul.

SHARE Blue Demons fall to 0-5 in Big East after loss at Marquette
DePaul vs. Marquette

Kam Jones #1 of the Marquette Golden Eagles controls the ball against Javan Johnson #1 of the DePaul Blue Demons in the second half at Fiserv Forum on January 11, 2022 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Patrick McDermott/Getty Images

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Greg Elliott had a career-high 25 points as Marquette beat DePaul 87-76 on Tuesday night.

Elliott shot 4 for 6 from deep.

Darryl Morsell had 16 points for Marquette (11-6, 3-3 Big East Conference). Justin Lewis added 11 points and three blocks. Oso Ighodaro had 11 points. Tyler Kolek had a career-high 10 assists plus five points.

Marquette posted a season-high 27 assists.

Javon Freeman-Liberty had 24 points and 10 rebounds for the Blue Demons (9-6, 0-5), who have now lost five games in a row. Yor Anei added 16 points and 11 rebounds. David Jones had seven rebounds.

The Latest
In celebration of the holiday, the Juneteenth Jumpoff, an annual cabaret-burlesque show, takes the stage on two nights — Tuesday and Wednesday — at the Baton Show Lounge and the Den Theatre, and allows Black performers to express themselves for “Jubilee Day.”
It’s not a great draft class, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t gems to be found. Considering the recent state of the Bulls and the confusing direction of the organization, exec Arturas Karnisovas & Co. need to hit it big.
It doesn’t seem like Shannon is going to personally have a problem putting the falsehood and what he had to go through because of the falsehood behind him. Unknown is whether the rest of the world finds the ability to do the same.
The Fire scored two goals for the first time since April 6 and generated 11 shots, but had an open week following the win over LA.
After a memorable five-plus-year run for our “Sports Saturday” editions, we’re shifting the best, thickest sports section in town back a day. Get ready for “Sports Sunday.”