September 23, 2002

BUTLER SPORTS SPOTLIGHT

Sept. 23, 2002

*Senior Kristi Laskowski captured medalist honors at the Lady Eagle Classic hosted by Tennessee Tech. Laskowski shot rounds of 74 and 79 to finish first in the final individual standings and help Butler to a fourth place team standing. Freshman Abby Seger, playing as a non-scoring team member, carded a hole-in-one in the tournament at the 155-yard , 15th hole.

*Senior quarterback Travis Delph became just the second player in Butler football history to pass for more than 400 yards, while leading the Bulldogs to a 43-29 Homecoming victory over UW-Stevens Point. Delph completed 20 of 30 passes for 419 yards and four touchdowns in the win.

*Senior tailback Dale Jennings had 292 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns in Butler's win over UW-Stevens Point. Jennings rushed for 122 yards, picked up 153 receiving yards and added 17 yards on a kickoff return. He scored on touchdown runs of 77 and three yards and had touchdown catches of 77 and 72 yards!

*Junior setter Amanda Matthews was named to the all-tournament team at the IU Credit Union Classic. She led Butler's volleyball team with 58 assists, 14 digs and eight kills against Indiana and then posted 39 assists, 14 digs and nine kills in a win over Central Michigan.

*Senior Nick Pantazi scored two goals and added an assist to lead Butler to a 3-1 men's soccer victory over Horizon League foe UIC. Pantazi solidified his hold on fourth place on Butler's all-time scoring list with 81 career points.

*Senior Amy Morrison scored three goals in Butler's 4-1 women's soccer win over IUPUI. The three goals gave her 34 for her career and moved her into a tie for third place on Butler's all-time list.