at 3401 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, 53208-3842 United States
Marquette University High School is a Catholic, Jesuit, urban, college-preparatory school for young men. Marquette High strives to form leaders who are religious, loving, seeking intellectual excellence, committed to justice and open to growth.
Marquette University High School (or MUHS) is a private, all-male, Jesuit, Roman Catholic school located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI), an accreditation division of AdvancED, and is a member of both the National Catholic Educational Association and the Jesuit Secondary Education Association.
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Tuesday Trivia: This alumnus is perhaps the best distance runner in the history of Hilltopper lore. When he graduated, he owned school records in the 1600 and 3200 in track and field and the 5000 meter record in cross country. He was the individual Conference Champion and individual WISAA Champion in cross country in both his junior and senior years, making All-State both of those years. His time of 15:40 his senior year was one second off the WISAA record. Can you name the alum?
Tuesday Trivia! This alumnus will be inducted into the MUHS Athletic Hall of Fame on April 25. His impact on the game of basketball goes well beyond the walls of MUHS. He began his coaching career at Marquette High in 1970 as the freshman mentor and later coached as an assistant under the legendary Al McGuire at Marquette University. Many of his early student athletes played for Paul Noack on the 1971-72 undefeated and #1 ranked state championship basketball team. A collegiate coach for 34 years, he won 517 games and led the Fighting Utes of Utah to the 1998 National Championship game. He coached basketball at several universities, including his alma mater, Marquette University. While a student at MUHS, he participated in football all four years and was a lineman for Coach Kopenski’s Hilltoppers. He was also a member of the JV baseball team, and a member of the M-H Club and Conclave. Good luck!