2010-11 Highlights:All-MW in the 200, 500 and 1650 freestyle and 800 free relay ... top swimmer on team in the 200, 500, 1000 and 1650 free events ... placed third in the 500 free at the MW Championships with an NCAA B-Cut time of 4:29.46 ... anchored the 400 and 800 free relay groups at the MW championships ... set career-best times in the 200, 500 and 1000 free events.
2009-10 Highlights:All-MW in the 500 and 1650 freestyle ... cracked the Air Force top 10 in the 500 and 1650 free events....swam the teams' fastest 1650 free time of 15:31.09, which is the fifth-fastest in school history ... swam second-fastest 500 free time on the season (4:29.46), which is the seventh-fastest at AFA ... also swam the second-fastest 1000 free (9:26.61 split in 1650) on the season, which was fifth-fastest in school history...swam the second-fastest 200 free time (1:39.20) on the season, which was sixth all-time at AFA.
2008-09 Highlights:One of the Falcons' top distance swimmers ... posted the team's second-fastest time in both the 1000 free and 1650 free ... finished seventh at the MW Championships in the 1650 free, while advancing to the consolation finals in the 500 free ... won the consolation finals in the 400 IM.
High School:Lettered two years in swimming ... coached by Molly Sandling and Matt Dryden ... swam for the Williamsburg Aquatic Club, coached by Harold Baker.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 39 ... son of Cory and Allison Butler ... has three siblings ... major is systems engineering management ... nickname is Bleu ... plans to become a pilot ... on the Commandant's list twice ...hobbies include fishing, sailing and winning ... favorite food is pasta ... favorite movie is Wedding Crashers ... credits his parents as having the biggest influence on his sports career ... enjoys listening to country music ... most noteworthy things about his hometown (Williamsburg, Va.) are Jamestown 1607 and the "757 athletes" ... if he could trade places with any of his teammates for a day, it would be former teammate Chris Knaute because he got to particpate in the World Class Athlete Program (WCAP).