Xavier Colvin, current Butler football linebacker and son of former NFL player came out to his teammates over the summer.
Butler men’s cross country finished fourth in Terre Haute, Indiana at the John McNichols Invitational. The Bulldogs were led by senior Michael Carey who placed 12th.
Stunning the Bulldogs in a lopsided contest, Illinois State limited Butler’s offense to only 41 total yards Saturday night.
The women’s tennis team opened the fall season in a scrimmage highlighted by a No. 1 singles win from Bailey Padgett and victories in two of three doubles matches.
The Bulldogs bounced back from a loss Sept. 1 to go 2-1 at the Michigan Invitational. The two wins also included an impromptu dance session.
The Butler men’s and women’s cross-country team were led by youth and experience as they swept several teams in the Bulldogs’ first meet of the year.
Butler men’s soccer used a late rally to come from behind and top South Florida 3-2 in overtime.
The Butler volleyball team enjoyed a 20-win campaign last year. The Bulldogs will look to a young group with only one senior to steer them in the right direction.
The Butler men’s soccer team suffered their first defeat of the season, coming up short on the road against the Cardinals.
The Butler Bulldogs enjoyed early success in the first tournament of the season. Butler went 3-1 at Hinkle Fieldhouse this weekend.