• BIG EAST Unveils 2014-15 Olympic Sport Championship Slate
    The BIG EAST Conference received approval from the league's athletic directors on Thursday evening for the 2014-15 proposed championship sites. Sixteen of the conference's 20 Olympic postseason events' dates and locations have been solidified, with the remaining four tournaments to be announced shortly. New York Life is the presenting sponsor for all BIG EAST championships for the second consecutive academic year.
  • Butler Tabbed Fourth In PFL Preseason Poll
    Defending co-champion Butler was picked to finish fourth in this year’s Pioneer Football League race in the annual preseason poll of league coaches. The Bulldogs received two first place votes and finished behind preseason league favorite San Diego, Dayton and Jacksonville in the poll.
  • Clark Completes Coaching Staff
    Butler volleyball head coach Sharon Clark added two assistant coaches to the program with the hires of Amy Miller and Ryan Lilley. Miller will join the staff as an assistant coach while Lilley joins the program as a volunteer assistant coach.
  • Kashimoto Named W-League Top Performer
    Serina Kashimoto has been a standout performer on her summer league team while preparing to enter her sophomore season on the Butler women’s soccer team. The Hiroshima, Japan native was one of just 10 players to be recognized as a W-League Top Performer by TopDrawerSoccer.com.
  • Butler Track Earns Academic Honors
    Two individual runners and both the men’s and women’s track teams at Butler have received All-Academic recognition from the U. S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
  • Butler Adds Talented Track/Cross Country Recruits
    Butler’s continued success in cross country and track is paying dividends for head coach Matt Roe in the recruiting arena. The Bulldogs’ coach announced the addition of nine track and cross country recruits for 2014-15 and the incoming group includes several state champions.
  • Clark Unveils 2014 Volleyball Schedule
    The 2014 Butler Bulldog volleyball schedule will have a unique look to it due to ongoing renovations being made to Hinkle Fieldhouse. Four early season tournaments highlight the first two months of the season, while the team ends the year with five-straight home matches.
  • Isabella Lambert Advances At USGA CHampionship
    Butler golfer Isabella Lambert successfully navigated 36 holes of stroke play and advanced to match play at the 2014 U. S. Women’s Amateur Public Links being held at The Home Course in Dupont, Wash. The Butler senior-to-be will begin match play on Wednesday, July 16.
  • Godlevske to Host Elite High School Basketball Camp
    The Butler women’s basketball coaching staff will host a one-day elite camp on Sunday, Aug. 10. This camp experience offers specialized teaching designed for highly skilled and motivated players. All members of the Butler coaching staff will be on hand giving the participants individual attention.
  • Butler Baseball All-Star Roundup
    Three baseball players with Butler University ties represented the Bulldogs recently with all-star game performances. Returning senior Austin Miller was honored as the Hamptons League All-Star Game MVP while incoming recruit Tyler Houston was awarded the Indiana North/South All-Star Series MVP trophy.
  • Clark Adds Seven to 2014 Roster with Incoming Recruiting Class
    Head Coach Sharon Clark will welcome seven new faces to the Butler volleyball program this fall with the addition of three defensive specialists, two setters, an outside hitter and a transfer middle blocker from the University of South Florida.
  • Women’s Tennis Earns ITA Academic Honor
    The Butler women’s tennis team excelled in the classroom this season which led to them being named as a 2014 All-Academic Team by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA). Individual honors went to Kailey Eaton, Stephanie McLoughlin and Angelina Qin who were tabbed as ITA Scholar Athletes for the 2014 season.

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