|Phillip Tock (President)||4th Year||Terre Haute, IN||Recording Industry Studies|
|Jesse May (Vice-Pres.)||4th Year||Crystal Lake, IL||Recording Industry Studies|
|Olivia Murfield (Treasurer)||3rd Year||Noblesville, IN||Biology|
|Tim Barns (Secretary)||3rd Year||Weston, MA||History|
|Megan Dishman||Graduate Student||Laurel, IN||Pharmacy|
|Sean O’Brien||2nd Year||Avon Lake, OH||Accounting and Finance|
|Zak Morgan||2nd Year||Cicero, IN||Mathematics|
|Alex Friedman||2nd Year||Columbus, OH||Recording Industry Studies|
|Shelbi Tidd||2nd Year||Fishers, IN||Psychology|
|Matt Steck||1st Year||La Porte, IN||Music Composition|
|Jenny Schick||1st Year||Libertyville, IL||Exploratory|
Last Year’s Highlights
Last year was one of Butler’s more active years. They hosted their 1st Annual Bulldawg Bonspiel in Fort Wayne, IN and had great success. The Cornhuskers of Nebraska won that spiel where they competed against two teams from Butler, as well as RIT, Bowling Green, and Tennessee. Butler entered the competition scene again by traveling to Nebraska for their Big Red Bonspiel in Omaha.
A Look Ahead to 2015-16
This year, Butler will start the season at the Rice Lake Bonspiel and plan to travel to Nebraska again. They will also hold their 2nd Annual Bulldawg Bonspiel, although it has been moved to the Spring semester.