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 world fun and celebrated Butler’s first round win over Winthrop University. Check out what fans had to say about the Bulldogs’ win.
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 took down No. 2 Villanova 74-66 to snap their 48-game home winning streak on Feb. 22 at The Pavilion. Kelan Martin led the team in scoring and rebounding with 22 points and eight rebounds.
The No. 24 Butler men’s basketball team displayed a well-rounded offensive performance to take care of DePaul 82-66 on Feb. 19 in Hinkle Fieldhouse. Butler will play No. 2 Villanova next on Feb 22.
The No. 24 Butler men’s basketball team unleashes a stellar offensive performance to beat St. John’s 110-86 on Feb. 15 in Hinkle Fieldhouse. The win vaults them from fourth to second place in the Big East standings.
The No. 22 Butler men’s basketball team relied on their seniors to snag a road win at Marquette and resist a three game losing streak. Andrew Chrabascz led all scorers with 21 points.
The No. 13 Butler men’s basketball team once again needed a high scoring second half to rally past the Marquette Golden Eagles on Jan. 16. Martin, Baldwin and Savage led the surge by attacking the rim consistently.