Whether it’s a Cinderella story or a team looking to finally get over the hump, the Sweet 16 will provide fans with several intriguing teams that they can find themselves rooting for.
Out of all the professional sports, the NFL is the only league where a team can steal away a game.
The Butler XC is ready to send both their men’s and women’s team to the National Championship meet for the first time since 2005.
Simon Bedard and Barry Keane take top two spots at NCAA Great Lakes Regional. Three Butler women place in the top 20 to join the men on the trip to NCAA National Championships.
Multimedia reporter James Andrews talks to Butler’s Athletic Director, Barry Collier, about his recent entry into the NCAA Men’s Selection Committee for March Madness.
Women athletes are continuing to break barriers even when facing adversity.
How having NCAA games played at Hinkle Fieldhouse affected students at Butler University.
Students in Lee Farquhar’s Sports Newsroom class partner with the NCAA to help create media content during tournament.
California Senate Bill 206 allows California college athletes to make money off of their name, image and likeness.
Ranked No. 9 nationally, eight freshmen will join the Butler men’s soccer team for the 2018 season.