The Butler University women’s basketball team is already back in the gym to prepare for next season.
The Butler women’s basketball beat Xavier for the second time this season. Some late game heroics led the Bulldogs to earn a berth to the Big East quarterfinals.
The Butler University women’s basketball team ended the regular season on a 13 game losing streak and finished the season 5-24 (2-16).
Providence ends game on 15-8 run to top the Bulldogs in Hinkle. Butler’s losing streak grow to 12 games.
Butler drops another conference game, this time to women’s basketball power DePaul. Numerous turnovers and poor shooting dooms Bulldogs in the first half.
Butler dominated the three point line but Marquette held off the Bulldogs in the fourth quarter.
Xavier rallies in the fourth quarter to avenge an earlier loss to the Bulldogs. Butler is now alone in last place of the Big East standings.
A total of 24 turnovers, including several in the final few minutes, doom Bulldogs from getting a win against Georgetown. Butler has not won since the overtime victory at Xavier on Jan. 8.
A 14 point Villanova comeback thwarts Butler’s hopes of coming away with a victory. Villanova shoots 62 percent from three in the fourth quarter to force overtime and prolong Butler’s losing streak.
A strong offensive presence and two scoring runs in the second half reversed a slow start for the Bulldogs and resulted in the team gaining the upperhand in extra minutes. Tori Schickel accounted for 20 points and 20 rebounds.