Career: Appeared in 117 of the team's 118 games during her four year career...totaled 574 points, 382 rebounds and 127 assists while playing 2,282 minutes...her 91 three-pointers made are the 10th-most in school history, while her .367 three-point percentage is the 10th-best rate.
2007-08 - Senior Season: Named a team co-captain for the second-straight season...played in 29 of the team's 30 games, earning starts in four...Butler was 4-0 on the year when she started...finished fourth on the team with 20 three pointers made...her .808 efficiency from the free throw line ranked as the team's third-best...averaged 3.6 points per game...scored a season-best 12 points on 4-for-7 shooting from beyond the arc against Valparaiso on March 8...pulled in a season-high seven rebounds against IPFW on Dec. 20...led the bench in scoring in five games...recipient of the team's Bulldog Award.
2006-07 - Junior Season: Team co-captain...saw action in all 31 of the Bulldogs' games, including 21 starts...finished tied for third on the team with 3.5 rebounds per game...converted 31 shots from the three-point arc, tied for the fourth-most on the squad...ranked sixth on the team in scoring with 5.7 points per game...boasted eight contests with double-figure scoring efforts...went 6-of-8 from the field with a career-best five three pointers in scoring a personal-high 21 points at Evansville on Dec. 6...matched her career-high with eight rebounds on two occasions, coming against Bradley on Nov. 17 and Loyola on Jan. 13...recorded a career-best four blocks against Air Force at the Great Alaska Shoot-Out on Nov. 22.
2005-06 - Sophomore Season: Fourth on the team in scoring with 6.5 points per game...second on the team and third in the Horizon League in three-point efficiency at 45.5 percent...was the only post player ranked among the league's top 15 in three-point percentage...netted the third-highest three-point total on the team with 30...ranked third on the team and 16th in the league with 4.7 rebounds per game...netted 56.6 percent of her three-point attempts in league play, the second-highest rate in the conference... averaged 7.8 points per game against league opponents, hitting 47.7 percent from the field...paced the team in scoring once and rebounding twice...scored double-digit points in five games...started in 19 of 29 games, averaging 25.7 minutes...tallied a career-high 18 points at Loyola on Feb. 16...named Most Improved Player by her teammates.
2004-05 - Freshman Season: Finished the season by being named to the Horizon League's five-member All-Newcomer Team...led the Bulldogs with 12 points and six rebounds against Kentucky in her first collegiate game...the 12 points were a season-high...also led the team in rebounding Feb. 12 at Youngstown State with a season-high seven boards...scored in double figures twice...finished fourth on the team in three-point percentage (.345) and free throw percentage (.744), fifth in rebounding (3.0 rpg) and steals (24), sixth in scoring (3.8 ppg) and minutes (18.7 mpg).
High School: Named first-team All-American by the National Christian School Athletic Association...2004 Indiana All-Star...2004 AP All-State second team selection...four-time all-city selection, earning Indianapolis "Player of the Year" honors as a senior...earned preseason Hoosier Basketball Magazine first team All-State honors, in addition to postseason "Top 40" recognition...Heritage Christian compiled an 82-16 record in her four years...averaged 20 points per game in leading the Eagles to a Class 2A state runner-up finish in 2004...averaged 17.8 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.5 assists in 2002-03...broke Heritage Christian's career scoring mark prior to her senior season, finishing her four-year career with 1,723 points...HCHS career scoring leader--male or female--in addition to holding the school's career rebounding and assist marks...as a junior, she was recognized as an Indiana junior "All-Star," the Indianapolis Star's Metro North "Player of the Year," and a member of the newspaper's "Super Team."...Heritage Christian captured both sectional and city championships in 2002-03, in addition to being ranked as high as No. 1 in 2A...Indianabball.com named her to its preseason "All-State" first team, while Region Roundball Review recognized Freeman as part of its "Super Senior 25" squad...high school coach: Dr. Mark Richards.
Personal: Born July 13, 1985...daughter of Jeff and Kim Freeman, who both played basketball at Anderson University...physical education and health major.