Multimedia reporter Ethan Polak sits down with Butler women’s basketball head coach Austin Parkinson and sophomore forward Trinity White to discuss the team’s expectations for the upcoming season after welcoming a team full of new faces.
Ending the spring 2021 season on a high note and beginning the fall season with breaking a school record, the Bulldogs are looking forward to a successful season.
“The Butler men’s and women’s cross country make their return to the grass fields after their historic run last season in search for more success.”
“After an unusually shortened spring season due to COVID-19, the Butler volleyball team hopes to have a bounce-back season with 31 games on the schedule this fall.”
After more than a year of waiting, the Butler Football team will hit the gridiron for the first time since November of 2019. Although their team is younger than in previous years, the Bulldogs will continue to rely on the resolve of their underclassmen.
Coach Snape and an experienced squad look to improve on last season’s finish.
“I’m going to do whatever it takes to help lead and help the team get some W’s.”
Butler baseball focuses on finishing games and filling in holes in team.
Butler won its first three games of the weekend for its best start to a season since 2003.
After coming close to making history last season, the Butler softball team is looking to bounce back and make its first appearance in the NCAA tournament this season. The team lost only three players to graduation last season and returns an impressive lineup that includes junior Jenny Esparza, the defending Horizon League Pitcher of the…