Tag Archives: Youngstown State

Butler sports weekly recap: March 16-March 22

Butler sports weekly recap: March 16-March 22

A weekly recap for Butler athletics for March 16-March 22.

Butler sports weekly preview: March 23-March 29

A weekly preview for Butler athletics for March 23-March 29.

OVERTIME: Basketball does not define Butler

The magic of Butler University exists on and off the court, and that is why this school is special. I did not find out about Butler, nor did I apply here, because of basketball fame.  The university sent me a letter, and my mother pushed me to look into the school. I fell in love

Men’s basketball: Bulldogs take win against Youngstown State

Butler might be back on track. After two games controlled throughout by its opponent, the Butler men’s basketball team turned the tables Sunday. Junior center Andrew Smith scored 20 points, two shy of his career-high, to lead the Bulldogs to a 71-55 victory over Youngstown State at Hinkle Fieldhouse. The win moved Butler (10-9, 4-3)

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

Softball grounded by loss

Disappointing—that’s the word Butler softball head coach Scott Hall used to describe his team’s performance Saturday versus Youngstown State. Both games of the doubleheader went into extra innings, with the Bulldogs winning the opener narrowly, 4-3, before dropping the second game, 3-0. Butler’s offense in the second game was stifled by freshman pitcher Casey Crozier,

Baseball hits three-game skid after big win

Following a 15-run showing against Youngstown State Friday, the Butler baseball team has struggled to score, resulting in a three-game losing streak. The Bulldogs (12-16, 4-5 HL) will look to revive their offense against Lawrence on Friday after being shut out by Dayton yesterday. The Flyers (17-16) scored three times in the third inning and