The Butler men’s cross country team took two out of the first five spots in the Spiked Shoe Invitational on their way to a top place finish
After the first few outdoor meets, the Bulldogs continue their desire for more success, all while flying under the radar.
High-end competition from 150 different teams across the nation helped multiple Butler track and field runners reach new lifetime bests.
During his years at Butler University as a cross country and track and field star, redshirt senior Barry Keane has racked up quite the trophy case, but not without a few bumps along the way.
The Butler men’s and women’s teams placed fourth and sixth in the meet, respectively, while breaking a few school records.
Simon Bedard receives Big East Men’s Track Athlete of the Week, while the rest of the squad competes at two different meets to get ready for the Big East Indoor Championships.
The Bulldogs posted a few personal bests and a school record in Allendale and Boston.
Bulldogs have high aspirations for their indoor season after a record-breaking start.
The Butler XC is ready to send both their men’s and women’s team to the National Championship meet for the first time since 2005.