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Hopkins Dismissed

Junior guard Chrishawn Hopkins was dismissed from the Butler men’s basketball team, according to a statement released by the athletics department last Wednesday. “I am sorry to have to announce that Chrishawn Hopkins has been dismissed from our team,” coach Brad Stevens said in the release. “We consider it a privilege to represent Butler University

Looking ahead: Teams face additions, subtractions

As the spring sports season begins to wind down, many teams are already beginning to prepare for their next season. The football team had its annual blue and white scrimmage, the men’s soccer team had its spring exhibition matches, and five teams have announced additions to their rosters for next year. Let’s take a look

Men’s basketball: Run in CBI ends with loss to Pittsburgh

The Butler men’s basketball team lost to the Pittsburgh Panthers 68-62 in overtime Wednesday night in a rematch of last season’s NCAA Tournament game. The game was part of the semifinal round of the College Basketball Invitational. Sophomore forward Khyle Marshall scored a career-high 22 points to lead all Butler scorers. He also collected eight

Men’s basketball: Men rout Flames on Senior Night

Butler senior forward Garrett Butcher made two free throws with 3:35 remaining in last night’s game against Illinois-Chicago. On the Bulldogs’ next possession Butcher made a long jump shot. On the ensuing Flames’ possession, senior guard Ronald Nored stole the ball and went the length of the floor for a score. Coach Brad Stevens then

Men’s basketball: Hoosiers use second half run to down Bulldogs

FROM BLOOMINGTON– Butler men’s basketball coach Brad Stevens’ jacket was gone midway through the second half of yesterday’s game against Indiana. With it went Butler’s chances to win in Assembly Hall. The Hoosiers (6-0) defeated the Bulldogs (3-3) 75-59 Sunday night in the finale of the Hoosier Invitational.  It was the first matchup between the

Howard’s layup extends tournament play

The No. 8 seed Butler men’s basketball team will play No. 1 seed Pittsburgh tomorrow night in the third round of the NCAA tournament after a 60-58 victory over No. 9 seed Old Dominion yesterday. But the Bulldogs (24-9) advancing to the third round and tallying a 10th consecutive win might not have happened, if