Freshman Chuck Harris steps back versus Georgetown in a game earlier this season on Jan. 6. Harris dropped a career-high 29 points in a loss to No. 14 Creighton on March 6. Photo by Zach Bolinger. HENRY BREDEMEIER | ASST. SPORTS EDITOR | email@example.com The Butler men’s basketball team lost the final game of the…
On the heels of arguably their two best wins of the season, Butler heads to Omaha to face No. 14 Creighton in the regular season finale.
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Having lost three games in a row by 12 points or more, Butler looks to get back on track versus tournament-hopeful Seton Hall.
Butler falls behind early in thrashing by Marquette, 73-57.
After a disheartening performance at Georgetown, Butler basketball returns to Hinkle Fieldhouse, where they have won two games straight.
Coach Snape and an experienced squad look to improve on last season’s finish.