Tag Archives: Callum Hawkins

Track and field: More records posted by team

The Butler track and field team continued breaking both personal and school records in its push toward a Horizon League Championship. The Bulldogs competed in the Flotrack Husky Classic, hosted by the University of Washington, last weekend. Coach Matt Roe said his athletes performed very well in an invitational that is recognized as one of

Track and field: Two school records fall at Notre Dame

The Butler track and field team continued to break school records with strong performances from its freshmen at the Meyo Invitational, hosted by Notre Dame, over the weekend. A week after nearly breaking her own school record in the triple jump, freshman Nicole Hudec achieved the feat for the Bulldogs with a leap of 36-08.50.

Cross country: Duo heads to nationals

Two runners from the Butler men’s cross country team earned the right to continue their season last Saturday. Sophomores Callum Hawkins and Ross Clarke qualified for the NCAA National Championships thanks to strong finishes in the NCAA Great Lakes Regional. Hawkins followed up his victory in the Horizon League Championship meet by capturing the individual

Cross country: Bulldogs prepare for regional meet

Butler University is nationally known for its consecutive runs in the NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Championship, but this fall there is a new champion on campus. Actually, there are two of them—sophomore cross country runners Callum Hawkins and Shelbi Burnett. The duo grabbed top honors in the men’s and women’s races in the Horizon

Cross country: Champs once again

Another year, another Horizon League title for both the Butler men’s and women’s cross country teams. Both Bulldog squads raced in Cleveland for a chance at their respective conference championships on Saturday. The Butler men won 13 consecutive titles heading into the race, while the Butler women were looking for their ninth title in the

Cross country: Hawkins leads Bulldogs

The Butler men’s and women’s cross country teams both posted solid showings in the Notre Dame Invitational in South Bend last weekend. The men, led by sophomore Callum Hawkins, placed 16th of 26 teams in attendance, while the women placed 22nd of 28 teams. Hawkins has opened the 2011 season on a torrid pace and

Cross country: Hawkins leads Bulldogs in Minnesota

Sophomore Callum Hawkins led the Butler men’s cross country team to an 11th-place finish last Saturday at the Roy Griak Invitational in Minneapolis. Hawkins was the top finisher for the Bulldogs, completing the 8-kilometer course in 24:07.3, good for 7th place overall. It was a new personal best for Hawkins by 15 seconds. Freshman Tom

Cross country starts strong

The 90-degree heat did not stop the Butler women’s cross country team from scorching its opponents at the season-opening Illini Challenge last Friday. The women’s team finished on top of the challenge with a score of 16. Purdue finished in second place, tallying 51 points. The men’s team also had a strong showing. The Bulldogs

Gauson sets school record

Senior Kris Gauson is making the most of his last few meets as a collegiate runner. Gauson broke his own school record in the men’s 1500-meter this weekend at the Mount Sacs Relay meet in Walnut, Calif. Running against some of the best competition in the country, Gauson took first place in the event with