In the midst of a four-game losing streak, the Bulldogs host Villanova in the regular season finale.
Butler men’s basketball player Jair Bolden looks for ways to give back to disenfranchised communities through his organization, the Grey Rose Foundation.
The Bulldogs lost to St. John’s at home 75-72, losing their second straight contest by a single score.
Butler’s tough road schedule continues as they travel back to the East Coast to face No. 21 Providence.
The Bulldogs 72-58 win over Georgetown in D.C. brings the team back up to .500 in Big East play.
The Bulldogs are set for another Top 25 matchup against a Xavier team that has not played in 17 days.
After starting the game with a decent lead, Butler fails to slow down No. 24 Seton Hall on the way to a 71-56 home loss.
The Butler men’s basketball team defeated the Oklahoma Sooners 66-62 in overtime in their first true road game of the season.
The Bulldogs are heading south to Norman, Oklahoma to face off against the 7-1 Oklahoma Sooners.
The Bulldogs outlast multiple runs by the Cardinals to get the 68-57 victory in Hinkle.