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Sunday, March 20, 2016

Trey Schwab, a familiar face to Marquette University basketball fans, has passed away

FOX 6 NOW | BY KATIE DELON AND TIM VAN VOOREN
Trey Schwab

MILWAUKEE — A familiar face to Marquette University basketball fans has passed away after a battle with pulmonary fibrosis and rejection after a double lung transplant.

Trey Schwab passed away Sunday, March 20th at UW Hospital in Madison.

FOX6’s Tim Van Vooren profiled Trey Schwab in February 2016 — as he was facing a new health battle, and reflecting on his life.

“It’s been really full. My goal growing up when I was a young coach — I wanted to coach in the NBA and I got there at a really young age, still in my 20s. Moved to Marquette, and when you’re a college coach, your goal is always to get to the Final Four and win a national championship. We got half of that done,” Schwab said. Continue reading
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