The football team is a founding member of the non-scholarship Football Championship Subdivision (FCS)-level Pioneer League. 4600 Sunset Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 firstname.lastname@example.org 317-940-2030. On May 2, 2012, it was made official that Butler would join the Atlantic 10 Conference beginning in the 2013 season. After leaving the Horizon League following the 2011â12 season, nearly all teams competed in the Atlantic 10 Conference. Both the men and women won the Atlantic 10 Championships in 2012, their lone year in the conference. The league still retains four of its charter members â Butler University, the University of Dayton, Drake University, and Valparaiso University, as well as the University of San Diego which joined before the league's first season. A group of Butler players, along with their head coach, Jeff Voris, came up with the idea for the helmet. In fact, all but one of the 18 intercollegiate teams compete in the Big East conference. Butler capped its decade of dominance, seven league titles in ten years with three playoff berths, by winning another conference championship in 1994. The official Football page for the Cornell University Big Red The college's fraternities and sororities vied in yearly ticket sales, parade float, house decoration, and Relay Queen competitions. Butler defeated Central Connecticut State 28–23 to win the Gridiron Classic in Indianapolis. The Bulldogs' last post-season appearance was in 2009. The 1998 squad enjoyed national rankings as high as #8 in the country and the 2010 squad was ranked as high as #5 in the final National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) poll. The official Football page for the Alvernia University Golden Wolves Their last post-season appearance in the 1990s was in the WNIT in 1998. INDIANAPOLIS (Inside INdiana Business) â Butler University says it is partnering with Nerd Street Gamers, a national network of esports facilities and events, to â¦ The Dawgs were led by the great Arnold Mickens who broke numerous NCAA Division I rushing records, including eight straight 200 yard performances during the campaign. A gold plate is added each year to commemorate the winner and score of the contest. But you donât have to get to the NCAA Final Four to be a part of the athletic community. The Butler Bulldogs football program has a long history, beginning with Indiana's first intercollegiate football game at the old 7th Street Baseball Grounds in the spring of 1884. New seating and the new entrance on the south end of the stadium were completed in time for the 2013 season. Need-based and academic scholarships are available for student-athletes. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 4,685, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 301 acres. The Bulldogs participate in 20 NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports. Since the start of the 2006–07 season, the Bulldogs have earned a 15–8 record against members of the BCS conferences, including a 7–2 record against the Big Ten. 2016 ©Aurora University 347 S. Gladstone Ave, Aurora, IL 60506-4892 Athletics: 630-844-5110 Email: email@example.com Admissions: 800-742-5281 The Butler Relays were a prestigious American Track and Field competition, founded by track coach Herman Phillips who won three NCAA quartermile championships and was a member of the 1928 U.S. Olympic 1,600 meter gold medal relay team. No, create an account now. The Bulldogs played in the Indiana Collegiate Conference from 1950 to 1978 and were independent in 1978â1979. On March 20, 2013, the Butler administration announced that the school would join the Big East, and moved to the new league July 1, 2013. Butler University admits students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at Butler University. The women also earned an NCAA podium finish, placing 3rd in 2013. The next year, the Bulldogs began competition at the NCAA Division II level and joined the Horizon League and Division I competition for the 1986–87 season. Butler Hall of Fame Induction | BG Products Veterans Sports Complex. The fieldhouse, which was the largest of its kind when it was completed in 1928 and remained the largest in the U.S. for several decades, is a historical landmark. Following the move from the College Division to NCAA Division II, Butler won 4 straight conference championships from 1972 to 1975, along with another one in 1977, all under the guidance of Bill Sylvester, Sr. Ashland joined Butler and fellow ICC members to form the Heartland Collegiate Conference, in which Butler won league titles in 1983, 1985, and three straight from 1987 to 1989, under coach Bill Lynch. DSM|Bulldog Bulletin November 4th-10th 0. The original stadium had seating for 36,000 and hosted games versus the likes of the Four Horsemen from Notre Dame and Red Grange from Illinois. The team competes in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and are members of the Pioneer Football League. The Butler Bulldogs are the athletic teams that represent Butler University, located in Indianapolis, Indiana United States. The Butler Bubble is home to the Bulldog men's and women's tennis teams and is used as an indoor practice facility for the Butler baseball, football and soccer teams. Since opening Aug 30, 2006, over 250,000 participants have enjoyed it so far. The Pioneer Football League Presidents Council has endorsed a six-game conference season to be played in the spring of 2021, a recommendation from â¦ A new press box and new seating on the west end and additional seating on the east end of the Bowl have been completed for the 2010 fall season. He came to Butler in 1921 and remained with the University until his death in 1992. The Bulldogs have made appearances in NCAA National Championship Tournaments in men's and women's basketball, men's soccer, volleyball, men's cross country, lacrosse, and baseball. The team plays its home games at the 7,500 seat Bud and Jackie Sellick Bowl (historically Butler Bowl) in Indianapolis. The Bulldogs qualified for Division I post-season play for the first time in 1993, competing in the WNIT, and competed in the NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament for the first time in 1996. The Pioneer Football League title earned the Bulldogs a berth in the Gridiron Classic. All six of the PFL's active alumni in the NFL saw action during Week 13 of the 2020 NFL season. However, the PFL is a truly national conference with members on each coast and throughout the nationâs heartland. The Bulldogs' recent accomplishments include winning the 2001 BP Top of the World Classic, the 2006 NIT Season Tip-Off, the 2007 Great Alaska Shootout and the 2010 Diamond Head Classic. W . To date, there have been four dogs to carry the name "Blue", the university's primary color, with the fourth officially assuming mascot duties for the 2020–21 school year. The Butler softball team calls the Butler Softball Field home, located adjacent to the Holcomb Gardens across the Inland Waterway Canal. football. The field is a part of a larger athletic field complex that features Varsity Field (the alternate field for both the men's and women's soccer teams), the outdoor tennis courts and intramural softball and soccer fields. ", Butler Will Begin Play in the Atlantic 10 In 2012–13, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Butler_Bulldogs&oldid=969974952, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 July 2020, at 14:07. The Bulldogs are coached by Jeff Voris. Butler and fellow HCC member schools joined with the Great Lakes Valley Conference to form the Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference (now the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference). Butler alumnus and former world two mile (3 km) record holder Ray Sears staged the games from 1939 until the fieldhouse was dedicated to military use in 1942. Whether youâre cheering in the stands of a Bulldogs football game, or catching a pick-up game of flag football with friends, athletics are a huge part of campus life here at Butler. , The most recently added varsity sport is women's lacrosse, with Butler elevating its former club team to full varsity status for the 2016–17 school year (2017 season).. A minor renovation during the winter of 2007 saw new dirt added to the infield and regraded for a more consistent playing surface. The bubble itself is supported by higher air pressure inside and is permanently fixed over the courts. The Bulldogs have appeared in three Division II playoff games, the last in 1991 when it lost to eventual national champion Pittsburg State 26–16. The state final depicted in the 1986 movie Hoosiers, loosely based on the Milan Miracle story, was shot in Hinkle Fieldhouse. Box Score | Recap. The legends of Indiana basketball, from Oscar Robertson to George McGinnis to Larry Bird, all played in the Fieldhouse at one time or another. WCPO Cincinnati via Yahoo News It was clear from the earliest days that athletics was destined to play a major role in shaping Butler University. The Butler Bulldogs football program is the intercollegiate American football team for Butler University located in the U.S. state of Indiana. The Bulldogs participate in 20 NCAA Division I intercollegiate sports. The Butler softball team has been led by Scott Hall for the last 5 seasons. © 2020 Butler University â¢ 4600 Sunset Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46208 â¢ Phone: (800) 368-6852 Butler has never won a conference championship. The University Division "Governor's Cup" went to each year's victor, with Indiana University claiming the inaugural trophy in 1933 and the University of Notre Dame taking the final prize in 1942. Drake Football Previews Trip to San Diego ... at Butler. The Bulldogs saw their greatest success in football over the course of 60 seasons from 1934 to 1994 when Bulldog football teams won 31 conference championships, including seven straight Indiana Collegiate Conference titles from 1934 to 1940, league titles in 1946, 1947, 1952, 1953, and seven straight from 1958 to 1964, all under Tony Hinkle. The conference title run included a come-from-behind 25–24 victory over Pioneer League preseason favorite San Diego, a 31–28 road win at Dayton (who also finished with a 7–1 league record), and a 20–17 title-clinching victory over Drake.  On August 1, 2012, Butler announced it joined the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference for women's golf following the school's split with the Horizon League, where the Bulldogs won all but two of the conference's championships in the sport. In 2013, Butler became the first PFL team to compete in the FCS playoffs after the conference was given an automatic invitation, losing in the first round to Tennessee State. Eventually, the bulldog was selected as the official mascot of the university. They have a notable assistant coach in Jenna Grim whom was a professional softball Player for the Chicago Bandits and an assistant with Northwestern University for two years. † – Track and field includes both indoor and outdoor.  As of April 7, 2015 the Bulldogs are ranked 158th in the nation.. Butler won thirteen Horizon League Championships in Men's Cross Country and twelve Women's Championships.  The Bulldogs won the 2016 Big East Championship.. Butler's first football team was fielded in 1887. Butler Bulldogs basketball community. Until moving to the "high-major" Big East Conference in 2013, the Butler basketball program had been considered one of the best "mid-major" basketball programs, having won at least 20 games and reached postseason play twelve of the last fourteen seasons, including appearances in nine NCAA Tournaments where the Bulldogs reached the Sweet Sixteen in 2003 and 2007, as well as back-to-back Final Four and championship game appearances in 2010 and 2011. The women's basketball program at Butler University began in the 1975–76 season, competing in the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW), and saw its first winning season two years later, earning a 9–5 record under the direction of coach Linda Mason. Men's soccer at Butler began in 1989, and the women's team was added in 1991. In the program's 20-year history, the men's soccer team has made five post-season appearances, acquiring a 3–5 record in post-season play. In addition to "Blue," a person in bulldog costume also performs as "Hink" for various Butler University athletic and university events. ... College football Week 14 scores, Top 25 analysis and must-see moments. When the school moved to its current Fairview campus location, two of the first structures completed were a 15,000-seat fieldhouse and a 36,000-seat football stadium. 01:48. Located on a 290-acre campus, Butler University was founded in 1855 by the attorney and abolitionist Ovid Butler. The bulldogs qualified for the NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Tournament for the first time in 1962. Historically, the Butler basketball program competed in the Missouri Valley Conference from 1932 to 1934, the Mid-American Conference from 1946 to 1950, the Indiana Collegiate Conference from 1950 to 1978, the Horizon League from 1979 to 2012, the Atlantic 10 Conference for the 2012–13 season, and are now current members of the Big East. The Butler Bulldogs football program is the intercollegiate American football team for Butler University located in the U.S. state of Indiana. Butler first joined a Division I conference in 1932 when the men's basketball team joined the Missouri Valley Conference. Other sports joined conferences in later years. Butler University announced Sunday that the Marion County Department of Health approved a plan to use up to 25% of the Hinkle Fieldhouse capacity for the Bulldogsâ home opener Nov. 25. He choose "Christians" as the school mascot. Varsity Field features a covered area for both team benches, an elevated press box, a storage area for equipment and seating along the southern sideline for up to 500 spectators. Butler joined the Atlantic 10 in 2012. The Hoosier Helmet was established as the trophy helmet for the rivalry football game played between Butler and Valparaiso University. Some of Butler's most notable athletic accomplishments have come in Cross Country. The game is set for 1 p.m. and will be streamed live on Big Ten Network Plus. For many years, Butler had unofficial live bulldog mascots that kept by various fraternities. Miami University junior defensive lineman Kam Butler was a second-team all-conference in 2019.  On March 20, 2013, the Butler administration announced that the school would join the reconfigured Big East, and moved to the new conference on July 1, 2013. Hayward was the first Butler player to play in the NBA since Ralph O'Brien in the early 1950s. Running back Charles Snorweah scored on an eight-yard touchdown run with 25 seconds left to complete a 16-point fourth quarter comeback that lifted the eighth ranked Slippery Rock University football team to a 37-35 win over 13th ranked Kutztown University Saturday in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Championship game from Andre Reed Stadium. Other facilities include Varsity Field, which serves as one of the homes of the Butler men's and women's soccer teams. In the past decade, Butler teams have captured 26 conference championships (in four different leagues). Both Butler and Valparaiso compete in the NCAA FCS (formerly division 1-AA), non-scholarship Pioneer Football League. The Bubble was originally constructed at the far west end of the Hinkle Fieldhouse parking lot, but was relocated to along the right field line of Bulldog Park after the original plot was broke for the construction of the new Health and Recreation Complex in the summer of 2005. Fans will be required to wear face coverings, undergo temperature checks, be socially distanced and must use specified gates to enter or exit the facility. In 2010 the Bulldogs made it to the Championship game, in Indianapolis, for the first time in school history. Individual honors include the selection of Butler junior guard AJ Graves as a Wooden Award National Player of the Year finalist in men's college basketball in 2007, the same year Head Coach Todd Lickliter was named the National Coach of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches after winning the award for mid-season National Coach of the Year. All-Americans from the Butler Cross Country Team include Julius Mwangi, Justin Young, Fraser Thompson (a Rhodes Scholar), Mark Tucker, Olly Laws, Andrew Baker, Callum Hawkins, Mara Olson, Katie Clark, Erik Peterson, Olivia Pratt, and Euan Makepeace. Pioneer Football League Official Site. The Bulldogs schedule includes opponents, date, time, and TV. The Atlantic 10 conference â¦ The HRC offers many new services to students, faculty and staff, while expanding others presently available. The 12th [â¦] Butler University sports news and features, including conference, nickname, location and official social media handles. In 1954, Butler Fieldhouse hosted the historic final when Milan High School (enrollment 161) defeated Muncie Central High School (enrollment over 1,600) to win the state title. Situated next adjacent to Bulldog Park as a part of the Davey Athletic Complex, the Davey Track & Field is used primarily by the Butler track & field teams and the football team for practices but is also utilized by the other athletics programs for conditioning. The other assistant coach is Jack Lewis who brings in over 30 years of coaching experience. The helmet trophy was created to further intensify the rivalry between these two teams. Butler University broke ground on its new, 85,000-square-foot (7,900 m2) Health and Recreation Complex (HRC) in June 2005. The official website for the Butler University Bulldogs athletics The program's success has been attributed to "The Butler Way", a now-unique style of team play that many have said harkens back to the Indiana glory days, as well as being called "the way the game should be played.". From an attendance of 3,500, the games grew to attract over 10,000 spectators to Butler (Hinkle) Fieldhouse each March. The Bulldogs have carried on the winning traditions set forth by Hinkle. Shimmy inspired cartoonist George Dickson to draw a bulldog labeled "Butler" taking a bite out of John The Baptist. Butler won the game by a score of four goals to one. The Butler Fieldhouse, which was renamed Hinkle Fieldhouse in 1966, came to symbolize not only Butler athletics, but also Indiana "Hoosier Hysteria." It has a capacity of 500 spectators. In addition to being the headquarters for Butler's department of recreation, the HRC also houses Counseling and Consultation Services, Health Education and Health Services, making it a true wellness center on campus. In his first season, he set a new school record with 14 inner conference wins and a new record with 4 tournament game wins which tied the school record for best league finish in the 2010–2011 season. The team plays its home games at the 7,500 seat Bud and Jackie Sellick Bowl (historically Butler Bowl) in Indianapolis. The Bulldogs also went the NCAA Division II playoffs in 1983 and 1988. LOUIS â The University of Dayton football team will not play a game this season ... President of Butler University and Chair of the PFL said in the statement. The new Student Apartment Housing overlooks the stadium on the east end, with the original seating on the west side of the stadium. W . Butler added back to back league titles in 1991 and 1992 with Bob Bartlameo at the helm, including a trip to the NCAA Division II playoffs in 1991. The Bulldogs played in the AIAW National Tournament for the first time in 1982, falling in the second round to William Penn, 77–94. In 2000, Butler Blue became the school's first official live mascot. Welcome to the Butler University Football program info page. Brown Theatre, and is the home field for Butler football and soccer today. Formerly both a baseball field and football practice facility, the park was converted to a baseball-only facility in the 1990s. "He's become one of the premier players in our league," Martin said. Butler lost the game, but the nickname "Bulldogs" stuck. In total, the Bulldogs have qualified or been selected for the NCAA Tournament twelve times and boast a record of 19–12, including three sweet sixteen finishes and two national runner-up finishes. In 2012 the Bulldogs were able to rattle of 7 consecutive league victories to secure the share of the PFL Championship. When Phillips became head track and field coach at Purdue University in 1938, Lawrence Holmes directed the relays for one year. The new student hill is now located on the north end of the stadium. American football team of Butler University, For information on all Butler University sports, see, NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference, Category:Butler Bulldogs football players, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Butler_Bulldogs_football&oldid=972054001, American football teams established in 1887, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Total conference championships (modern era), This page was last edited on 9 August 2020, at 22:31. DSM|Team Spotlight: Football vs. Jacksonville on Salute to Service Day 0. This is the third PFL Championship for the Dawgs, and its second in the last four years. View the 2020 Butler Football Schedule at FBSchedules.com. The team competes in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and are members of the Pioneer Football League. Visit ESPN to view the Butler Bulldogs team schedule for the current and previous seasons. Butler's men's soccer qualified for the NCAA Tournament in 1995, 1997, 1998, 2001 and 2009, reaching the round of 16 in 1995 and 1998. Former coach, Joe Franklin, was named NCAA Division I Coach of the Year for leading the Bulldogs to their 2004 4th-place finish. As losses mounted, people grew wary of the "Christians" nickname. The soccer teams are also able to take advantage of the practice fields located north of the main field. Butler University is a private institution that was founded in 1855. All of the Butler tennis teams' home matches during the winter and early spring take place inside the bubble, which is located behind Hinkle Fieldhouse off of 52nd Street. The Bowl was downsized to a 20,000-seat stadium in 1955 with the addition of the Hilton U. While the Fieldhouse provided a nationally acclaimed setting for Butler athletics, it was Paul D. "Tony" Hinkle, credited with inventing the orange basketball, who brought national recognition to the school as a coach and athletic administrator. Butler softball plays at the Butler Softball Field as their home field.  However, the timeline was later shortened so that the Bulldogs will begin competition beginning in the 2012 season. The field features brick dugouts for both the home and visiting benches, a bullpen area and batting cages located down the first base line out of play and spectator seating for up to 500 people. Sometime after the school had been renamed in honor of its founder, Butler was suffering a poor football season in 1919. The University of Michigan captured the eight intervening awards. Final W, 34-27 The Hoosier Helmet was created prior to the 2006 season to commemorate the football rivalry that has existed since 1921. They also won or shared the regular season title seven times, including 1994, 1996, 1998, 2004, 2008, 2009, and 2010. The white helmet is mounted on a hardwood plaque and features each team's logo on respective sides of the helmet. From its opening in 1928 until 1971, the building became the combined home of Butler basketball and the final rounds of the Indiana High School Athletic Association's basketball tournament. Before a big game against the rival Franklin "Baptists", the Butler Collegian was trying to conceive of a way to fire people up when "Shimmy", a bulldog owned by one of the fraternities, wandered into their office. The Bulldogs also had 34 win seasons in 2002 and 2003, surpassing the 30 win season totals in 1998 and 2000. Notable alumni of the program include middle reliever pitcher Pat Neshek (2001), who played for the Minnesota Twins from 2006 to 2010, the St. Louis Cardinals where he was selected for the 2014 MLB All-Star Game, and currently the Philadelphia Phillies. Butler University 4600 Sunset Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 â¢ 800-368-6852 It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, â¦ Butler won the Horizon League (formerly MCC) tournament title in 1995, 1997, 1998, 2001 and 2010. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Both teams have frequently qualified for nationals in recent years, placing individuals as high as 3rd (Mark Tucker, 2003). -- The No. Here you will get information regarding the school and information on their Football program like who to get hold of about recruitment, names of past alumni, what opportunities are presented and how to begin the recruiting process. Hinkle served as a teacher, coach and athletic administrator for nearly half a century and compiled more than 1,000 victories with the school's football, basketball and baseball teams. It was Butler's first postseason appearance since 1991 when they were still a Division-II football program. The football team is a founding member of the non-scholarship Football Championship Subdivision (FCS)-level Pioneer League. Prior to the development of the NCAA Tournament, Butler claimed the AAU national championship in 1924 and the national championship John J. McDevitt trophy by the Veteran Athletes of Philadelphia. 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