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First Ball so Hard Basketball Tournament at Butler raises money for the Center for Leadership Development

First Ball so Hard Basketball Tournament at Butler raises money for the Center for Leadership Development

On April 6, the first Ball So Hard Basketball Tournament at Butler University was held outside Hinkle Fieldhouse. The tournament helped to raise $32,679 for the Center for Leadership Development.

Collegian 60 second preview 10.25

Assistant sports editor Collin Perry discusses the top stories in sports, including a preview of the men’s basketball season, a story about passionate Butler volleyball fans and a Q&A with a doctor who discusses Boston Celtics star Gordon Hayward’s injury.

Alumni given chance to see Mack play again

For parts of three men’s basketball seasons, Butler fans had the opportunity to watch former student Shelvin Mack play at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Now Butler alumni have the opportunity to witness Mack in action in a NBA game. Organized by the Butler University Washington, D.C. Alumni Chapter, the event will give Butler alumni and students in

Happy birthday, Mr. Vonnegut

After celebrating our president’s inauguration this weekend, be sure to blow out a candle for Butler University’s  most famous student. No, we’re not talking about Gordon Hayward or Shelvin Mack, we’re talking about Hoosier author Kurt Vonnegut. The author of such novels like “Cat’s Cradle” and “Slaughterhouse-Five” was enrolled at Butler for a short time

OVERTIME: Indy Pro Am shows bright side of NBA lockout

So, this is what happens when the National Basketball Association faces a lockout? If such a lockout allows me to see NBA players facing off against NBA players (with a few amateur players sprinkled in) in exhibition-style games, I hope the lockout never gets resolved. That is obviously greedy of me. However, after seeing the

Despite loss, Butler leaves its mark

It was there for the taking. And the crowd of 7,500 inside Hinkle Fieldhouse, the fans who did not migrate south to Houston, knew it. Junior guard Shelvin Mack drained a 3-pointer to beat the halftime buzzer and sent the Bulldogs into the locker room up, 22-19. The Butler faithful cheered wildly, recognizing that their

Butler victories unite community, create national fan base

In light of the recent success of the Butler men’s basketball team in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championships, the Butler community, as well as Indianapolis, has grown closer. We have all utilized the team’s success as a reason to unite as we cheer “our team” on to victory. It is a unique experience

VIDEO | Bulldogs lose dog fight to Huskies

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