The Bulldogs trailed early before scoring three goals in the second half and holding on for the victory.
The Bulldogs concluded their season with an undefeated east coast swing. They clinched the third seed in the Big East tournament.
Early and late goals from Brandon Guhl propelled the Bulldogs through to the round of 32.
Josh and Josh dive into basketball talk this week as both men’s and women’s basketball tipped off their seasons this week. Women’s basketball gets the nod for team of the week, and the guys sit down with Tori Schickel of the women’s basketball team.
Managing Editor Marisa Miller and host Kennedy Aiman discuss the top stories in the Collegian this week, including the closure of a main Butler road, a new study program in New York City and men’s and women’s soccer.
The Butler women’s soccer team finished 13-2-6 on the season. The Bulldogs finished runners up in the Big East Tournament and made their second ever NCAA Tournament appearance, losing to Northwestern in penalty kicks.
The Bulldogs received an at-large bid and made the NCAA tournament for the second year in a row. They host Lipscomb in the first round.
Ethan King has been a student and soccer player at Butler University for only a few months, but he’s been the founder and CEO of Charity Ball since he was 10 years old.
The Butler women’s soccer team’s season came to an end at Northwestern. The Bulldogs lost to the Wildcats 3-2 in penalty kicks and were eliminated in the first round of the NCAA tournament.
The Bulldogs closed out their homestand over the weekend. They split their matches against Big East foes Providence College and Creighton University.