|Sports Played or Coached:||Volleyball, 1981-82|
Holly Butterfield played two seasons for the Moccasins (1981 and 1982) and set a national record that has remained in place for 31 years. A transfer from Joliet Junior College (Ill.), she helped lead the Moccasins to a 43-10 record and a fourth-place finish in the first NCAA Division II women’s volleyball tournament in 1981. She was named to the NCAA all-tournament team. For the season, she had an amazing 305 service aces, establishing an NCAA record that still stands. In 1982 the Moccasins went 48-8 and Butterfield earned honorable mention All-America recognition, as FSC won the Sunshine State Conference regular season and tournament titles. She led the team in aces with 139, giving her a career total of 444, which remains the FSC career record. She was a first-team all-SSC selection both years. She was selected as one of Joliet Junior College’s 30 greatest athletes and is in that school’s Hall of Fame. She has been coaching girls’ volleyball, basketball and softball for 30 years and currently resides in Morris, Ill., where she has coached since 1995.