Gilliland intends on making a return to softball — she’s harbored the dream since she was a little girl. Back then, she made a promise pact with her brother that one day, she was going to grow up and make the All-Big East Team before graduating college.
As the last issue of this cursed year, these are the top Butler sports’ moments the Collegian has covered.
The Bulldogs’ coach discusses the cancelation of the season, what he will remember most about the abbreviated campaign and what his team can learn from 2020.
The Butler’s women’s lacrosse team was having its best season yet before it was cut short during their Spring Break Trip because of the coronavirus and despite the disappointment, is motivated to continue their success next year.
Athletic seasons may have been cut short, but there’s still plenty of moments that defined this school year in Butler sports.
Due to the public health concerns of coronavirus, all Big East athletics have been canceled, including spring competition, effective immediately.
The Bulldogs are now 14-7 on the season.
With the men’s and women’s teams competing at the Benbow Invitational over spring break, here is what they have learned from the fall, and what they are looking forward to this spring.
Everything you might have missed this week in the world of Butler sports.
Three takeaways from Butler’s 4-1 weekend.