Butler’s success in the NCAA Tournament benefits not only the program, but also other Butler teams, the Big East conference and other Big East schools.
Travel looks different for each sport at Butler and every team faces their own logistical challenges getting to and from games.
After 19 years at Butler, cheer coach Jamie Troyer is no longer affiliated with Butler University. No reason was given as to why, and cheerleaders said they feel like they are in the dark regarding their former coach.
Caroline Schaler is the most recent addition to Butler’s cheer team thanks to the help of the Friends of Jaclyn Foundation.
Josh and Josh wrap up this past week in Butler sports, as well as preview what is to come for Butler in the next week. Also, Butler track runner Wade Walder joins the show.
The newly instituted Bulldog Team Cup allows teams to compete against each other on and off the field, in the classroom and in the community.
After their second consecutive shutout loss earlier in the season, a text message organizing a team meeting refocused their efforts.
The road to Butler hasn’t always been easy for soccer players and siblings Julia and Eric Leonard, but they are relishing the year they have together as Bulldogs.
Managing editor Marisa Miller looks at recent sexual assault and Title IX issues at Indiana colleges, including those involving athletes.
Dr. Kacey Oiness and Dr. Chris Carr from St. Vincent Sports Performance spend time on campus every week equipping athletes with ways to gain a mental edge to accompany their physical abilities.