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Samantha Smith reflects on ESPN feature highlighting relationship, Project 44

Samantha Smith reflects on ESPN feature highlighting relationship, Project 44

Samantha Smith reflects on ESPN feature that highlighted her relationship with Andrew Smith, as well as how the feature came to be and what it means for Project 44 moving forward.

From the Eastern Bloc to Oz

ARI KASLE | STAFF REPORTER In just a few weeks, the Butler men’s basketball team will begin its 2013 season. On the other side of the world, former Bulldog stars Rotnei Clarke and Andrew Smith have started their new lives as professional basketball players. After graduating from Butler last year, both players received interest from

Men’s basketball: Smith entertains professional prospects

Six-foot-eleven senior Andrew Smith is looking to continue his basketball career in the U.S. or abroad. To prepare, he’s entered St. Vincent Sports Performance’s rigorous pre-NBA draft training program, which he will continue up until the draft in late June. “Going from college to the NBA is very different,” Smith said. “There’s no real way

Baseball: Byerly nominated for award

Butler senior pitcher Chase Byerly is in the running for the Lowes’ Senior CLASS Award. The award is an acronym for “Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School.” Candidates must be NCAA Division I seniors and qualify in the four C’s: community, classroom, character and competition. Byerly is one of 30 finalists. He is

No. 6 Butler falls to No. 3 Marquette in Lexington

Marquette junior guard Vander Blue scored a career-high 29 points as the No. 3 seed Golden Eagles squeaked out a 74-72 win over No. 6 seed Butler in the third round of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. Butler had a chance to tie or win the game with 2.9 seconds remaining, but senior

Despite the statistics, Butler keeps rolling

No matter how well a college men’s basketball team may play during its regular season, should it make the NCAA Division I Tournament, it will ultimately fall into one of two categories. The ‘teams that showed up’ category, or the ‘teams that folded like a card table’ category. In its last few tournament appearances, Butler

Stevens impresses the masses

Lexington—Butler coach Brad Stevens is the worst kept secret in college basketball. Everyone has known that Stevens is a good coach. But this year, people are getting a chance to understand and break down just how good he is. After all, you don’t boast a 12-4 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament record and have

Marquette looking for redemption

Butler is looking to win. Marquette is looking for revenge. Tomorrow’s third round match-up boasts a rematch of the two from the Maui Invitational back in November of this season. Butler beat Marquette on a buzzer-beating, desperation heave from senior guard Rotnei Clarke.  And Marquette hasn’t forgot about it. Marquette guard Vander Blue said that

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