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Butler’s non-conference opponents earn NCAA spots

Butler entered the 2012-2013 season with one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the nation. The Bulldogs fared well outside Atlantic 10 Conference play, going 12-2 in non-conference games, including the Nov. 13 loss to Xavier that was considered a non-conference contest. Five of Butler’s non-conference opponents were selected for the NCAA Division I Men’s

OUR TAKE | Why a six seed for Butler?

It is a question many college basketball fans across the nation likely ask when looking at each year’s NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament bracket. How do some teams wind up with the seeds they’re given? It clearly isn’t entirely based on records. Memphis finished with a mark of 30-4 this season and earned a

Butler stuns No. 1 Indiana in OT

Alex Barlow hit a tear-drop layup with less than three seconds remaining in overtime, and the Butler men’s basketball team shocked No. 1 Indiana 88-86 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Saturday. The game was the first of two in the second Crosstown Classic. “My initial thoughts were we were in trouble when it was 84-80 with

Cross country does well in Terre Haute

The Butler cross country team finished second in the men’s competition at the Indiana Intercollegiate Meet in Terre Haute on Friday. The Hoosiers took home the team championship in the 27-team field, finishing with 49 points. The Bulldogs came in second with 70 points, followed by host Indiana State with 79 points. Sophomore Tom Curr

Volleyball: Bulldogs win twice in home Classic

Butler swept its old conference foe, Wright State 3-0 last night. The Bulldogs (8-3) controlled the match from the first serve. Junior Belle Obert led the team with 10 kills, while junior Claire Randich, the Atlantic 10 Defensive Player of the Week, finished with eight kills. Over the weekend, the Bulldogs hosted the Butler Classic

Men’s tennis: Team defeated twice away from home

The Butler men’s tennis team fell just shy of earning its second victory of the season this weekend. On Friday, the Bulldogs traveled to Dayton, where they suffered a close 4-3 loss. Dropping the doubles point proved to be crucial for the Bulldogs (1-13). Butler players that came away victorious in the singles play were

Women’s tennis: Spring season begins with pair of losses

The spring season did not open as the Butler women’s tennis team might have hoped, as the squad fell to DePaul at home on Saturday and at Indiana on Friday. Sophomore Stephanie McLoughlin led the Bulldogs (0-3) in a 7-0 loss to the Blue Devils (4-1). The second-year player suffered a close loss at No.

Men’s tennis: Bulldogs open tough schedule with loss to Ohio State

The men’s tennis team opened its 2012 spring season facing what could be some of the toughest competition it will see this year. The result was not what the Bulldogs hoped for, as they dropped a 7-0 decision to No. 3 Ohio State last Wednesday. “As a team, going up against someone like Ohio State,

Ads should focus on Butler’s offerings

Before any Butler University athletes take the court,  they size up their competition. It’s all about making themselves better against their opponents. The situation should be no different when Butler competes with other universities for prospective students and donors. According to Marcia Dowell, executive director of University Relations, Butler recently spent more than $1,000 to

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

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