#MUBB radio show debuts Thursday at 6 p.m. CT


With the 2021-22 regular season opener fast approaching on November 9 against SIUE at 7:30 p.m. CT, radio and TV coverage of the Marquette University men’s basketball team will also begin. .

the Inside Marquette Basketball The television program is back this season on Bally Sports Wisconsin and is produced by My People Creative. The bi-weekly show premieres November 3 at 6:30 p.m. CT and provides access to the squad throughout the season. Sophia Minnaert, a Marquette graduate, will host the 30-minute program with the head coach Smart shaka and the show will include player interviews, exclusive behind-the-scenes features and more.

ESPN Milwaukee (94.5 ESPN FM) will again serve as the flagship station for Marquette Sports Network, which is overseen by Marquette Sports Properties, a division of Learfield and the media rights holder of the Golden Eagles. Game broadcasts include a 30-minute pre-match show, play-by-play action managed by Steve “The Homer” True and former MU star Tony Smith, and a post-match recap with Smart .

L’Heure du Basket Marquette with Smart shaka, a weekly radio show devoted to the latest news on the program, will begin at 6:00 p.m. CT on Thursday, November 11. True will host the 60-minute program, which includes interviews with players and staff, special guests and more, live from Dave & Buster’s (2201 N. Mayfair Road).

The radio show will air weekly Thursday evenings throughout the season, except for conflicts with match coverage, holidays or team travel.

Marquette radio network 2021-22

WKTI – ESPN Milwaukee (94.5 ESPN FM) – Milwaukee (flagship)
WOMT 1240 AM – Manitowoc
WCUB 980 AM – Baie Verte
WFHR 1320 AM – Wisconsin Rapids
JMD 1450 AM – Marshfield
WXCO 12:30 p.m. – Wausau
WSCO 1570 AM – Appleton

Follow Marquette’s men’s basketball program on social media by following on Twitter (@MarquetteMBB) and Instagram (@ marquette.basketball) and “liking” on Facebook (/ MarquetteMensBB). Fans interested in tickets can contact the Marquette ticket office in line or at 414-288-GOMU (4668).


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