|Previous College:||Central Arizona|
Appeared in 30 games for Pacific, averaging 2.6 points and 1.7 rebounds per game. Shot 40 percent from the field for the season (28-of-70) and .657 from the free throw line (23-of-35). Turned in three games with double-figure scoring. Connected on four-for-four from the field in her debut at Seattle (Nov. 9) for 10 points. Added a 10-point game against CSU Bakersfield (Dec. 31), logging a season-high 17 minutes. Hit four-of-six field goal attempts against the Road Runners and added a pair of free throws. Scored a career-high 15 points against Cal State Fullerton (Feb. 21) as she sunk six of 10 shots and was a perfect three-for-three from the free throw line. Grabbed a season-high five rebounds in the third round of the WNIT against Utah (March 28). Registered four blocks on the year, including two against CSU Bakersfield (Dec. 31). Tallied nine steals, including multiple steals in three games. Of her 52 rebounds, 26 came on the offensive glass.
Prior To Pacific
Played two seasons at Central Arizona for for head coach Denise "Gooch" Cardenas, and becomes the 120th women's basketball player to move on from CAC to Division I.
In her two years at Central Arizona, Butler averaged 5.2 points per game, while connecting on 47 percent from the field (100 of 212). In 22 games in 2011-12, Butler averaged 7.2 points per contest and grabbed 5.0 rebounds per per game. She shot 44 percent from the field (hitting 57-of-129) and recorded 26 steals (1.2 per game) with 20 assists.
She appeared in 31 games as a freshman, averaging 3.7 points per game with 3.6 rebounds. Butler shot 58 percent from the field in her first season with the CAC Vaqueras.
Helped Central Arizona to a 31-3 overall mark, including a perfect 20-0 season in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference last season. CAC won the District A championship before finishing fourth in the NJCAA National Championships. As a freshman, CAC went 27-7 in 2010-11, placing second in the ACCAC and advancing to the second round of the 16-team NJCAA tournament.
Averaged 12.4 points and 7.6 rebounds per game as a senior at Kennedy High School in 2009-10, helping the Cougars to a 30-5 record, including a 11-1 conference mark. Led the team in both scoring and rebounding, while posting a team-high 27 blocks and recording 55 steals. Scored a season-high 24 points against Windward on Dec. 30, 2009.
Daughter of Sharon Davis and the late Timothy Butler. A Diversified major in the Benerd School of Education.
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