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The week ahead in Butler sports: Nov. 26 – Dec. 2

The week ahead in Butler sports: Nov. 26 – Dec. 2

Everything you need to know about the upcoming week in Butler sports.

The week ahead in Butler sports: Oct. 22 – Oct. 28

Everything you need to know about the upcoming week in Butler sports.

Swimming competes in weekend doubleheader

The Butler swim team had a busy weekend, competing in two meets on back-to-back days. The Bulldogs faced crosstown rival Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and intrastate rival Valparaiso last Friday at IUPUI Natatorium. The Jaguars of IUPUI won the meet with 182 points, followed by the Crusaders with 165 points and the Bulldogs with 97

Swimming finishes fifth at Indiana Intercollegiates

The Butler swim team finished fifth out of seven schools in the Indiana Intercollegiates meet at Purdue Oct. 26. Colleges with teams participating were Butler, Purdue, University of Indianapolis, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Wabash College, Evansville, Depauw and Valparaiso. Purdue sent everyone else home with a loss, as the Boilermakers claimed victory with 715.5 points.

Freshman swimmer makes splash

Butler freshman swimmer Amanda Wagner has found great success this year in the pool. “Amanda is a great kid,” said Maurice Stewart Butler swim coach. “She’s been a tremendous asset as a member of the team. “I thought that she transitioned to Butler University very well, and she is greatly respected by all her teammates.”

Women’s swimming: success in classroom leads team

After beating only a handful of teams last year, the Butler women’s swim team faces a huge challenge in moving to the Atlantic 10 Conference this season. Despite the lingering competition, the non-scholarship squad has a positive outlook that it will have a good season, particularly in the classroom. “I think, at first, we were

Bulldogs record many season-bests

The Butler swim team made waves at the House of Champions Invitational with several season-best times. The team finished sixth out of nine teams in attendance. The meet, hosted by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, marked the halfway point of a season that has been full of fast swims. Sophomore Lauren Lambrecht paced the team with

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