Playing for the first time at the Al McGuire Center, the Marquette Golden Eagles got 22 points from Luke Fischer in a 83-49 win over Alabama A & M in men’s college basketball on Friday night.
3,080 fans showed up for last nights game at the Al McGuire Center after the Golden Eagles were forced from the BMO Harris Bradley Center by Cirque du Soleil.
Marquette (6-4) shot 61%from the field for the game (68.4% in second half) and also got double figures from Steve Taylor Jr. (16) and Juan Anderson (13).
In just his second game, Fischer finished 8 for 8 from the field. The former Germantown star is 17 of 19 (89.5%) from the field with 41 points in his first two games since transferring from Indiana and having to sit out a year.
Alabama A & M fell to 1-7 with the loss.