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Golf: With high expectations, teams prepare for spring season

It is that time of the year again. No, not the wildly popular basketball spectacle that is March Madness. Rather, now is the return of a sport after a long hiatus—golf. The golf season is split into two separate sections—one for the fall semester and one for the spring. But in between those seasons is

Women’s golf: Bulldogs stumble at Memphis Invitational

In the Butler women’s golf team’s last tournament of the fall season, the Bulldogs took home a 10th place team finish at the Memphis Invitational. The tournament, which ended Tuesday at the Ridgeway Country Club, featured 12 teams, including host Memphis, Boise State and Xavier. Senior Michele Nash recorded Butler’s highest individual finish, tying for

Women’s golf: Bulldogs take sixth in Indy

The Butler women’s golf team bounced back from a tough first day to take sixth in The Preview at the Hawthorns Golf and Country Club on Tuesday. Senior Michele Nash carried the team, finishing tied for fifth place out of nearly 100 players after shooting a two-over-par 74 in the first round. Her two-day score

Golf: Women win; men place second

The only thing more ideal than Tuesday’s weather was Butler’s golf game. Senior Michelle Nash captured medalist honors while leading the Butler women to a team championship in the Butler Fall Golf Invitational. The win marked the squad’s third tournament victory in as many tries. The Bulldogs entered the final day of competition with a

Women’s golf finishes second at first spring competition

The Butler women’s golf team began its spring season in strong form with a second place finish among a 10-team field in Birmingham, Ala. Three Bulldogs—sophomore Julia Porter, junior Clare Cornelius and junior Michele Nash—finished in the top 10 at the two-day Ann Rhodes Invitational, which was played at the Oxmoor Valley Golf Course February

Women’s golf looks to put best foot forward

Head women’s golf coach Bill Mattingly expects his team to contend for the Horizon League Championship—a task he knows is more than possible with his returning cast. “That’s our goal,” he said. “We didn’t graduate anyone.” Last season the Bulldogs got off to a quick start, winning the Chicago State Invitational. After that, Mattingly’s squad

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