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College Basketball: Preseason Mid-Major All-Americans

November 12th, 2009
CollegeHoops.net AwardsCollegeHoops.net's Preseason Mid-Major All-America Team is led by one of the few underclassmen on the list, Butler's Gordon Hayward. Hayward is joined on the First Team by teammate Matt Howard. Boston U, Butler, Cornell, Gonzaga are the only teams with multiple players.


Butler Basketball Preview: #11

November 4th, 2009
Butler Bulldogs  

Overall Rank: #11

Conference Rank: #1 Horizon League


Poll: Who Will Win the Horizon League?

October 23rd, 2009

2009 CollegeHoops.net Mid-Major All-Freshman Team

April 15th, 2009
ButlerThe CollegeHoops.net All-Freshman teams were voted on by staff members: Jeff Borzello, Jeff Fox, Raphielle Johnson, Kevin McNeill, Shawn Siegel, and Jon Teitel.

CollegeHoops.net High-Major Freshman of the Year:
Seth Curry - G, Liberty

CollegeHoops.net High-Major All-Freshman
G - Seth Curry - Liberty
G - Gordon Hayward - Butler
G - Harouna Mutombo - Western Carolina
F - Eric Wise - Irvine
F/C - Freddy Asprilla - Florida International

2009 CollegeHoops.net Mid-Major All-Americans

April 9th, 2009
Stephen Curry - Davidson

The CollegeHoops.net Mid-Major All-America teams were voted on by staff members: Jeff Borzello, Jason Brubaker, Dan Daitchman, Jeff Fox, Raphielle Johnson, Blake Hofstad, Kevin McNeill, Shawn Siegel, Jon Teitel, and Joel Welser


Cleveland St Dancing: Horizon League Finals Review

March 11th, 2009
ButlerINDIANAPOLIS - You could say the third time is the charm, since it took three tries this year for Cleveland State to finally beat Butler, but that would understate how hard the Vikings worked to get the 67-64 win in the Horizon League Championship game.

Cleveland State had to win four games to clinch the automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament against a well-rested No. 1 seed Butler, who benefited from the double bye, which meant they just had to win two games.

Horizon League: Butler/Cleveland St Advance to Finals

March 8th, 2009

INDIANAPOLIS --  Twenty minutes after the game and Wright State coach Brad Brownell was still seething as he took questions about his team's 62-57 loss to the 22nd ranked team in the latest AP Poll.

Wright State had scored 22 field goals to Butler's 17 field goals, out-shot Butler from beyond the arc by making eight 3-pointers to four for Butler and committed just eight turnovers to Butler's 10 turnovers.

The Raiders held all five of Butler's starters to under 50 percent shooting.

Butler: 2009 NCAA Tournament Capsule

March 8th, 2009
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