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Men’s basketball: Match-up against Wright State awaits

The Butler men’s basketball team knows it will be playing Wright State in the opening round of the Horizon League tournament on Tuesday. The Bulldogs (17-13, 11-7) are likely aware that they will need to get off to a better start against the Raiders (13-18, 7-11) than they did against Valparaiso on Friday. “I really

Men’s basketball: Men rout Flames on Senior Night

Butler senior forward Garrett Butcher made two free throws with 3:35 remaining in last night’s game against Illinois-Chicago. On the Bulldogs’ next possession Butcher made a long jump shot. On the ensuing Flames’ possession, senior guard Ronald Nored stole the ball and went the length of the floor for a score. Coach Brad Stevens then

Men’s basketball: Team getting hot late in season

The Butler men’s basketball team pushed its winning streak to three games last night by defeating Loyola of Chicago 63-57. The victory moved the Bulldogs (16-12, 10-6) past Detroit and into third place in the Horizon League. Four Butler players finished in double-digits. Sophomore guard Chrishawn Hopkins led the way with 13 points and six

Men’s basketball: League standings remain crowded

The Butler men’s basketball team headed into Super Bowl weekend looking to get out of a logjam in the middle of the Horizon League standings. The Bulldogs (13-12, 7-6) were unable to do so, splitting their two-game homestand this weekend against Wright State and Detroit. Playing before a sold-out crowd at Hinkle Fieldhouse Saturday afternoon,

Men’s basketball: Sun setting on the Horizon?

The Butler men’s basketball team dropped two in a row last weekend to fall to 12-11 on the season. At this point, basketball fans may be wondering what has happened to the squad that took part in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship each of the last two seasons. The two-time defending Horizon League

Men’s basketball: Wisconsin trip leads to conference losses

Two weekends ago, the Butler men’s basketball team won two games on a road trip to Chicago. The squad hoped to do the same in Wisconsin last weekend. That did not happen. The Bulldogs (12-11, 6-5) lost at Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Green Bay over the weekend, dropping to just a game over .500 in the process.

Men’s basketball: Bulldogs sweep Chicago trip

The Butler men’s basketball team pushed its winning streak to three games with a win over Horizon League opponent Loyola of Chicago Saturday afternoon. The Bulldogs (12-9, 6-3) beat the Ramblers (5-15, 0-9) 63-57 to end a pivotal conference road trip that began with a 57-49 Butler victory over Illinois-Chicago earlier in the week. Against

Men’s basketball: Cleveland State slides past Bulldogs

Cleveland State coach Gary Waters said his team needed an act of God to help it win in Hinkle Fieldhouse. The Vikings entered Friday’s Horizon League showdown just 2-17 all-time on the home floor of Butler’s men’s basketball team. Waters got what he wanted. Behind 18 points from senior point guard Jeremy Montgomery, Cleveland State

Men’s basketball: Bulldogs open league play with OT loss

The Butler men’s basketball team opened Horizon League play against Valparaiso at Hinkle Fieldhouse this past Saturday, falling 77-71 in overtime. Senior guard Ronald Nored, normally a vocal leader and defensive standout, took the role of main offensive option against the Crusaders. Nored led the Bulldogs (4-4, 0-1) with 17 points in 40 minutes of

BASKETBALL ISSUE | Location, Location, Location: While packed arenas may offer excitement, most players said there’s no place like their home hardwood and the din of Hinkle Fieldhouse

by Allie Qualls Seats, scoreboard, court, two basketball goals: all of these are essential parts of any college basketball arena. Of course some arenas have extra perks, such as special effects lighting and jumbotrons, but most players would say it is not the arena’s amenities that make it their favorite place to play. For Butler

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