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2018-19 Season Summary

The men’s lacrosse team had an extremely successful year, offering new life for the club. The team saw upwards of 40 different players play in a game, and remained competitive in every game they played. They finished the spring split at 1-2, with a victory over #25 Xavier, and close losses to top 15 Louisville and top 10 Mississippi State. The team graduated one senior, Mark Williams, a member for all four collegiate years. If last season was any indication, next year should be a fun one.

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Fundraising Opportunity

Butler Men’s Club Lacrosse will be doing our fundraising through ReachingOurGoal.com again this year. For information on how you can donate, please contact your favorite Bulldog Lacrosse Player, or feel free to tweet at us @BULacrosse. Any contribution towards gear and referee fees is very much appreciated.

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End of Season Meeting Takes Place

Butler Men’s Lacrosse Club had their end of the season meeting to elect the officers for the upcoming season today.

Congratulations to the incoming officer class:

Tomo Fetters- President

David Raveret- Vice President of Operations

Phil Osolinski- Vice President of Management

Brad Weinstein- Vice President of Public Relations/Fundraising

Zach Davidoff- Treasurer

We’re excited to see where this group takes the program.

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“The Bubble” Practice Tradition Continues


The Butler University Men’s Lacrosse team is utilizing the “Bubble” to get ready during the winter season. The indoor facility allows the team to practice in live situations earlier in the preseason. The spacious facility is 200 feet long, allowing for practice set-up that a normal gymnasium setting would not allow.

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“The Bubble” includes space for a variety of drills that could not necessarily be performed in a normal gym. The heated facility is used primarily by the team from mid-January through February. The lacrosse team also benefits from the room that “The Bubble” has to offer, as the Bulldogs are able to simulate game-like situations before stepping foot on the field. The 17 year old structure was home to the NCAA D1 Lacrosse Team from 1997-2007, as seen here.