What is Marquette?

  • (noun): French missionary who accompanied Louis Joliet in exploring the upper Mississippi River valley (1637-1675).
    Synonyms: Jacques Marquette, Pere Jacques Marquette
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Marquette - Other Uses
... USS Marquette (AKA-95) Marquette (grape), a hybrid grape variety. ...
Lazar Hayward - Early Years - College Career
... Notre Dame Preparatory School Hayward attended Marquette University ... At Marquette University, Lazar received the nickname "Money Man" ... He finished his Marquette career as the program's 2nd all-time leading scorer and 5th all-time in rebounds, as well as garnering 2nd Team All-Big East honors in 2008 and 2010 ...
Marquette Park
... Marquette Park may refer to one of several places that are named in honor of Jacques Marquette, a French Jesuit missionary ... Marquette Park (Chicago) in Chicago, Illinois Marquette Park (Gary) in Gary, Indiana Marquette Park (Mackinac Island) on Mackinac Island, Michigan ...
Leander J. Foley - Coaching Career
... Foley was the ninth head football coach at Marquette University located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and he held that position for the 1913 season ... His coaching record at Marquette was 4 wins, 3 losses, and 1 tie ... Since Marquette has discontinued its football program, this ranks him 13th at Marquette in total wins and ninth at Marquette in winning percentage (.563) ...
Steve True - Marquette University Men's Basketball Play-by-play
... True is the current play-by-play man for the Marquette University men's basketball team ... True is known for giving the Marquette players unique nicknames that matches their playing style and life stories ... Dwyane Wade would be a superstar after a Wade performance in a Marquette tournament win at the Great Alaska Shootout ...

More definitions of "Marquette":

  • (noun): A town on Lake Superior on the Upper Peninsula in northwest Michigan.