The Butler softball team grabbed two wins in a four-game series against three teams in Evansville last weekend.
The Bulldogs (2-4) took control early in their final game of the weekend, defeating host Evansville 3-2.
Butler tallied two runs in the first inning and added another in the third inning to capture the victory.
Junior pitcher Jenny Esparza recorded 12 strikeouts and senior third baseman Lauren McNulty and senior catcher Mallory Winters each had two hits in the game.
On Sunday Butler played its second game against Missouri-Kansas City but lost 1-0 in eight innings.
Senior pitchers Leah Bry and Breanna Fisher combined to hold the Kangaroos (6-4) to four hits on the day, but UMKC scored the only run of the game after a throwing error by the Bulldogs in the bottom of the eighth inning.
In the first game between the teams, two Kangaroo pitchers combined to hold the Bulldogs scoreless on five hits in a 2-0 win for UMKC.
Esparza took the tough-luck loss for Butler, allowing five hits and three walks while striking out nine.
The Bulldogs started the weekend strong with a decisive 8-0 win over Detroit.
Bry recorded a one-hit shutout and was supported by 10 hits.
The Bulldogs will travel to Arkansas to play in the Woo Pig Classic this weekend.