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Bulldogs and Boilermakers rekindle intrastate rivalry

Bulldogs and Boilermakers rekindle intrastate rivalry

Ari Kasle | Staff Reporter The Crossroads Classic has only been going on for two years, but the Butler men’s basketball team has already created plenty of memorable moments in the event. The Bulldogs will look to create a few more this season in a rematch of the team’s 2011 contest against Purdue. Coming off

Classic set for state rivalries

In 10 days, the men’s basketball team will return to downtown Indianapolis for the second time since a heartbreaking national runner-up finish in 2010. But when the Bulldogs head back Dec. 15, they won’t face the Associated Press’ third-ranked team, like Duke was that year. This time, they’ll face No. 1 Indiana University at Bankers

Shrewsberry accepts position at Purdue

Butler and Purdue University have confirmed what The Collegian Online reported last weekend—Butler men’s basketball assistant coach Micah Shrewsberry is now an assistant at Purdue. The former Butler assistant, who helped the Bulldogs to back-to-back national championship appearances, officially started his tenure with Purdue head coach Matt Painter’s staff this week. Shrewsberry spent the past

Baseball drops two of three in Milwaukee

It was a tough weekend for the Butler baseball team as the Bulldogs (11-12, 3-3 HL) followed up a big win against Wabash with a losing series versus conference foe Milwaukee. Butler will head into a contest versus Purdue today coming off a doubleheader split versus the Panthers (7-16, 2-1 HL). “There were three good

Gauson, Legg break track records

While many students were focused on Butler basketball, senior Kris Gauson was focused on making history at the Alex Wilson Invitational at Notre Dame March 5. He became the second runner in Butler history and the 21st runner with Scottish citizenship to break the four-minute mile mark. “He’s a member of an exclusive club now,”

Fort Wayne News-Sentinel: Stevens motivates without the drama

By Tom Davis, The Fort Wayne News-Sentinel INDIANAPOLIS — Butler Men’s Basketball Coach Brad Stevens grew up in the shadow of Indiana’s Bob Knight and Purdue’s Gene Keady, but his path to athletic success hasn’t been similar to the ones taken by those legendary coaches. Keady was known for his scowl and fire that could