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…
In an NCAA Tournament matchup between two Indiana teams, Purdue walked away with the 76-73 win for a spot in the Sweet 16.
Photos of Butler’s first round tournament win over Arkansas on March 16.
The team’s season-long motto “gritty not pretty” could be used to describe Butler’s 19-point loss against Villanova in the Big East semifinals — it wasn’t pretty.
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.
When Kelan Martin is the common factor in nearly every comeback win this season, comparing him to an AED is the best way to explain why Butler is a team few opponents want to play.
The Butler men’s basketball team gave Tyler Wideman and Kelan Martin a proper sendoff for their last game in Hinkle, defeating Creighton 93-70 on senior night.
Tuesday night was the final time Kelan Martin and Tyler Wideman would play in Hinkle Fieldhouse. The Bulldogs topped Creighton 93-70, but the main focus was senior night, which got everyone in the feels.
Three takeaways from Butler’s 93-70 over Creighton.
Butler faces Creighton on senior night before two road games to end the season.