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Athletic Department: Goetz third director to depart

The Butler athletics department has seen three of its associate athletic directors leave for other universities this school year. Beth Goetz, associate athletic director for administration, announced last week she would be taking a position with the University of Minnesota. Tom Crowley, former associate athletic director for internal operations, was named athletic director at Niagara

Lynch resigns position at Butler

Bill Lynch, associate athletic director for development, is resigning his position at Butler to become DePauw’s new football coach. Stevie Baker-Watson, DePauw’s athletic director, announced today that Lynch has been named as the next head coach. “Through a comprehensive and thorough search process which yielded a strong pool of candidates, we’re excited to have someone

Lynch is Mr. Butler

Bill Lynch’s career path has come full circle. He played football and basketball at Butler, and after a series of football coaching jobs, he finds himself back at his alma mater. After 33 years of coaching football, including 18 as a head coach, Lynch has now been serving as one of Butler’s associate athletic directors

As Hinkle undergoes major renovations, officials are hoping donations will round out the costs.

Work on the Hinkle Fieldhouse exterior is still being done, but the Hinkle Campaign is preparing to move into its public phase, signaling a shift in focus for the renovation project. At Tuesday’s Faculty Senate meeting, President Jim Danko said the campaign will begin to fundraise publicly on Nov. 6 and will continue to do

Voris focused on Butler’s season despite job opening

DePauw University fired its head football coach Robby Long early last week after the team started the season 0-2. “Long was dismissed due to his failure to fully comply with the school’s policies and administrative expectations,” according to a press release from the university. While an interim head coach has been named, the opening for

Butler more aware of compliance rules

Players rely on referees to make calls concerning traveling, goaltending and palming on the court, but they look to the athletics department to help with judgment calls off the court. Associate Athletic Director Beth Goetz, whose job includes making sure all conference, NCAA and institutional rules are followed from the recruiting process onward, said the