The Butler University men’s basketball team finished the year with a 25-9, 12-6 Big East record and a Sweet 16 appearance. Find out who is leaving the program for 2017-18 as well as who will be arriving.
Twitter was hyped up Saturday night as the Butler University men’s basketball team beat Middle Tennessee State to move on to the Sweet 16. The likes of Brad Stevens and Tony Dungy even got in on the fun.
The No. 18 Butler men’s basketball team lost to the Xavier Musketeers on March 9 in the Big East Tournament quarterfinal round. They will find out who they face in the NCAA Tournament on March 12.
Check out how Twitter reacted to the Dawgs’ loss on senior day, also the last game of the regular season.
The No. 22 Butler men’s basketball team used late steals to beat Xavier 88-79 on Feb. 26 at the Cintas Center. Kelan Martin led all scorers with 25 points. The win capped an impressive week of play for the Bulldogs.
The No. 22 Butler men’s basketball team will attempt to sweep their regular season series with Villanova on Feb. 22 in Pennsylvania. The game will air on FS1 at 9 p.m.
The No. 22 Butler men’s basketball team fell to the Providence Friars on Feb. 11 in Rhode Island. Nate Fowler scored a career high 19 points, but the Bulldogs couldn’t get a defensive stop when they needed one.
Redshirt senior Kethan Savage has battled back from numerous injuries to lead the Bulldogs to key victories this season.
The No. 11 Butler men’s basketball team relied on stiff defense and solid offensive contributions from Andrew Chrabascz, Kethan Savage and Kamar Baldwin to take down the Seton Hall Pirates on the road.
The No. 13 Butler men’s basketball team escaped a bad loss against DePaul in overtime on Jan. 21. Kethan Savage and Kamar Baldwin led the Bulldogs with 20 and 18 points respectively.