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Alumni National Awards


BakerDistinguished Alumna of the Year Award
Hon. Patrice A. Baker, Bus Ad ’88, Law ’91    
Wauwatosa, Wis.

Few Law School students play varsity basketball as part of their Marquette experience. As a former member of the women’s basketball team and a Law School graduate, the Hon. Patrice Baker hopes she can change that trend.

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MacyYoung Alumnus of the Year Award
Creighton J. Macy, Arts ’04, Law ’08    
Washington, D.C.

Of the many lessons Creighton Macy learned from playing collegiate tennis at Marquette, one continues to guide his professional and personal actions: how to be a team player while also being a leader.

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NasM Club Hy Popuch Memorial Service Award
James A. Nasiopulos
Cedarburg, Wis.

James Nasiopulos dedicated nearly his entire career to Marquette Athletics, and his contributions will impact student-athletes, staff and fans for years to come.

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PavletichFriends of Marquette Athletics Award   
Beth M. Pavletich and Joseph A. Pavletich, Jr., D.D.S., Dent ’87
Brookfield, Wis.

Dr. Joseph and Beth Pavletich have been long and proud supporters of Marquette Athletics and its student-athletes. In fact, their combined fandom has spanned more than four decades.

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Allie BarberRobert L. and William P. McCahill Award
Allisa R. Barber, H Sci ’20
Cedarburg, Wis.

The most decorated player in Marquette women's volleyball history, Allisa Barber, was a three-time American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American and graduated as the program's all-time kills leader with 1,871 kills.

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Markus Howard

Robert L. and William P. McCahill Award
Markus A. Howard, Comm ’20
Chandler, Ariz.

Markus Howard is the all-time leading scorer in Marquette men's basketball history with 2,761 points and a two-time All-America selection. In his senior year, Markus was named a Consensus First Team All-American, just the fourth in Marquette history, and led the nation in scoring with 27.8 points per game.

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