The Butler men’s basketball team released the 2018-2019 non-conference schedule on Wednesday. It features 15 games, nine of which are home, and is highlighted by games against Florida, Ole Miss and Indiana.
In the final episode of Butlertology this season, Josh and Josh wrap up the year by taking a look at their best moments from this year in Butler sports.
Host Kennedy Aiman gives viewers an inside look at the top stories from the Collegian this week. Stories include a potential pay increase for the SGA President, the money Butler earned from the NCAA Tournament, a preview at the final visiting writer of the year and a hot take about commencement speaker David Brooks.
Samantha Smith reflects on ESPN feature that highlighted her relationship with Andrew Smith, as well as how the feature came to be and what it means for Project 44 moving forward.
Butler University, Andrew and Samantha Smith and Project 44 will be subjects of an “SC Featured” story on SportsCenter March 25.
Josh Mullenix and Josh Doering are back for an all new episode of Butlertology. The guys wrap up the past week in Butler sports, catching up on all the action from baseball, to softball lacrosse and men’s and women’s golf. Plus, they dig into Butler basketball and give a deep analysis of how the season…
The Butler Bulldogs grabbed yet another NCAA Tournament round win, this time against Arkansas. After opening up a huge lead early on, Butler held a wide lead for most of the game, leaving fans amped up the entire time on social media.
Photos of Butler’s first round tournament win over Arkansas on March 16.
Baldwin refused to Madison Square Garden without a win, then willed his way to a career-high 32-points to help Butler get their first Big East Tournament win.
Fan favorite Campbell Donovan knocked out most of his two front teeth in his first high school varsity game. Now he’s at Butler, and the walk-on can’t stop smiling.