“‘Few people have put more blood, sweat and tears into Butler volleyball than Mariah.’”
The Dawgs played the Golden Eagles on Oct. 20.
After starting the match 0-2, the Dawgs came back and got their fourth conference win.
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“I think that being a resource… for your players, being an open door for your players, is huge. So many head coaches have a closed-door mentality, it’s important to be open.”
With Sunday’s win, the Bulldogs put themselves in position to secure a spot in the Big East Tournament with two games remaining.
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With the sweep, Butler holds sixth place with a 7-7 record in the Big East standings, two games ahead of Seton Hall.
“This past weekend, the Bulldogs headed out to the East Coast to continue their conference play against the UConn Huskies and Providence Friars.”
“After a tough four-game road stretch, the Bulldogs returned home and started the four-game homestand taking two wins in conference.”