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.
In their most competitive conference match of the year, the Butler women’s lacrosse team fell 14-8 to the University of Cincinnati.
The Bulldogs came out of the gates hot, but dropped their seventh straight match this season.
A season-high 12 goals wasn’t enough to give the Butler lacrosse team their first win of the season.
A 20-9 home loss to Campbell puts Butler women’s lacrosse at 0-5 on the season.
Sophomore defender Mary Davide, a member of the Butler University women’s lacrosse team, uses a GoPro to give viewers a first person point of view of what it’s like to play lacrosse.
Josh and Josh catch you up on all the latest Butler sports news, including updates from softball, baseball, golf, men and women’s basketball. Plus, women’s lacrosse captain Haley Hallenbeck stops by to talk about the upcoming season.
After making its program debut last year and adjusting to Big East play, the Butler women’s lacrosse team is searching for a successful season.
A lot happened in Butler sports this school year. Collin Perry tries to narrow it down to the top-5 best moments in Butler sports this year.
Grand Park has become an alternative location for Butler teams to practice and play games at, including the lacrosse, softball and baseball teams.