• Clark Releases 2015 Volleyball Schedule
    The 2015 Butler volleyball schedule will include four early season tournaments against some of the top talent from around the country. Butler will travel to Wyoming and Michigan State during the first two weekends of the season, but will return to Hinkle Fieldhouse for back-to-back home tournaments during mid-September.
  • Six Individuals, One Team Chosen For Butler Athletics Hall of Fame
    Five former student-athletes, one team and a long-time supporter of the athletic program have been chosen for induction into the Butler University Athletic Hall of Fame. The 2015 Hall of Fame class will be formally inducted at a dinner/ceremony at Butler on Saturday, Oct. 3.
  • Mara Olson, Olivia Pratt Earn NCAA Bids
    Senior Mara Olson and junior Olivia Pratt will continue the outdoor track season for Butler when they travel to Jacksonville, Fla., to compete in the 2015 NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field East Preliminary Round. The two earned a bid to the meet, which will be hosted by the University of North Florida at Hodges Stadium.
  • Butler and Learfield Sports Sign Multimedia Rights Agreement
    Butler University has tapped Learfield Sports to represent Bulldog Athletics’ multimedia rights through the 2024-25 collegiate athletic season, as announced today by Butler University Vice President/Director of Athletics Barry Collier and Learfield President/CEO Greg Brown.
  • Three Bulldogs Earn BIG EAST Honors
    Jeff Schank, Peter Nyznyk and Tyler Houston were all selected to the 2015 All-BIG EAST Second Team, an announcement made by the conference office on Tuesday, May 19. Schank and Nyznyk represented two of the three weekend arms in the Butler pitching rotation while Houston earned the start in centerfield during his outstanding freshman campaign.
  • Sarah Quebe Named Administrative Specialist
    Butler women’s basketball head coach Kurt Godlevske is pleased to announce the hiring of Sarah Quebe as the program’s new administrative specialist. Quebe will join the Bulldogs for the upcoming 2015-16 season after spending the past two years as an intern in the Butler Athletic Department.
  • Butler Tops Xavier in 13 Innings
    The Bulldogs scored two runs in the top of the 13th inning to separate themselves from Xavier in game one of Friday’s doubleheader. The victory pushes BU to 8-9 in BIG EAST action and 23-29 overall.
  • ‘Dawgs Drop Season Finale at Xavier
    The Musketeers exploded for 16 runs against Butler in the season finale, handing the Bulldogs a 16-2 setback. With the loss, Butler ends the regular season with a 23-30 overall record that includes an 8-10 record against BIG EAST competition.
  • Alex Kotter Named Mideast NFCA All-Region
    Junior first baseman Alex Kotter, who became the first Butler player to bat over .400 for the season since 1981, has been named second team on the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Mideast All-Region Team. The All-Region Teams were released by the NFCA on Thursday, May 14.
  • Grand Slam Lifts Butler Over Xavier
    The Bulldogs picked up an important win on Thursday afternoon with a 10-3 victory over Xavier at Hayden Field. Jeff Schank tossed eight full innings of action to record the win on the mound and Ryan Wojciechowski paced the offense with a season-high six RBIs.
  • Final Weekend Sends Butler to Xavier
    The final weekend of the regular season is here as the Butler Bulldogs continue to fight for a tournament berth in the upcoming 2015 BIG EAST Baseball Championship Presented by New York Life. In order to do so, the Bulldogs will need to record some wins against Xavier at Hayden Field. Games one and two of the three-game series will be played Thursday and Friday at 3 p.m. The finale will get started at 1 p.m. on Saturday.
  • Bulldogs Win Home Finale 4-3
    The Butler baseball team finished the home slate on a positive note by defeating the Eastern Illinois Panthers by the final score of 4-3 on Tuesday night. The Panthers tied the game at 3-3 in the top half of the eighth, but sac fly from Garrett Christman in the bottom of the inning sent Gehrig Parker home to score the game-winning run.