A lot happened in Butler sports this school year. Collin Perry tries to narrow it down to the top-5 best moments in Butler sports this year.
With the season wrapping up a few weeks ago, Butler men’s basketball head coach Chris Holtmann sat down for a Q&A session to discuss the team’s experiences and future situation.
Fans of Utah Jazz star Gordon Hayward are doing all they can to keep him in Utah. Their reaction is not what Butler saw when he left for the NBA.
After first being skeptical, Pat Baker took a chance and became a Butler men’s basketball manager. Four years later, coming off the season that he was head manager, he is graduating with some of his closest friends.
This week’s podcast recaps the Butler men’s basketball’s post season run in the 2017 NCAA Tournament.
The name A.J. Graves takes Butler basketball fans back to the days before the Final Four runs. From 2004 to 2008, Graves’ consistent play at guard gave the nation a preview of homegrown Indiana talent.
Andrew Chrabascz took time to answer a Q&A with the Butler Collegian. Subjects range from his name, his favorite place to play and his future.
The Collegian sports staff makes their predictions for this weekend’s NCAA Final Four and National Championship games in Phoenix, Arizona.
Former basketball star Shelvin Mack played for Butler between 2008-2011, competing in two Final Fours his junior and senior year before getting drafted in the second round by the Washington Wizards. Here, Mack answers a Q&A with his former home’s newspaper.
The Butler University men’s basketball team finished the year with a 25-9, 12-6 Big East record and a Sweet 16 appearance. Find out who is leaving the program for 2017-18 as well as who will be arriving.