The Butler softball team got off to a rough start to the season, losing four of five games at the Friends of Jaclyn Invitational in Florida.
Socia media roundup: No. 4 Butler No. 1 University of North Carolina
Check out how fans reacted on Twitter to Butler’s Sweet Sixteen loss to University of North Carolina on March 24.
Tell the world: Butler men’s basketball’s Avery Woodson is coming home
Graduate transfer Avery Woodson is headed back to a familiar place – Memphis, Tennessee. Woodson, who is playing in his first NCAA tournament, will return to the place where he played the last two years. The Sweet 16 and Elite Eight will be held at the FedExForum.
Butler’s non-conference opponents earn NCAA spots
Butler entered the 2012-2013 season with one of the toughest non-conference schedules in the nation. The Bulldogs fared well outside Atlantic 10 Conference play, going 12-2 in non-conference games, including the Nov. 13 loss to Xavier that was considered a non-conference contest. Five of Butler’s non-conference opponents were selected for the NCAA Division I Men’s…
Bulldogs start strong, hang on to beat No. 9 UNC
Senior guard Rotnei Clarke and freshman guard Kellen Dunham each tallied 17 points, and the Butler men’s basketball team used a strong first 30 minutes to defeat No. 9 North Carolina 82-71. The game was a semifinal match-up of the Maui Invitational. The Tar Heels (4-1) made a strong run through the final 10 minutes,…
Cross country: Hawkins leads Bulldogs in Minnesota
Sophomore Callum Hawkins led the Butler men’s cross country team to an 11th-place finish last Saturday at the Roy Griak Invitational in Minneapolis. Hawkins was the top finisher for the Bulldogs, completing the 8-kilometer course in 24:07.3, good for 7th place overall. It was a new personal best for Hawkins by 15 seconds. Freshman Tom…