In 2012 Lindsey Butterfield was named First Team All-MAC and MAC All-Tournament team. She was the fifth BGSU volleyball player to earn Capital One First Team Academic All-District honors. Also named MAC East Offensive Player of the Week and MAC Scholar-Athlete of the Week. She played in all 33 matches, starting 26 times. Butterfield was ranked third on the team in kills and tied for the best serve receive percentage among those with at least 150 attempts. She recorded first three career double-doubles, all of which came in the postseason. Those double-doubles came in succession against Western Michigan in the MAC Tournament semifinals, Northern Illinois in the MAC Championship and Yale in the NCAA Tournament First Round. She had at least 10 kills in 13-of-16 MAC regular season contests after doing it just five times in non-conference regular season matches … Had a career-high 21 kills twice, doing so at Eastern Michigan and then again in the MAC Championship against Northern Illinois. She hit .476 in that contest at Eastern Michigan … Posted a career-best five service aces at Marquette … Had a career-best 15 digs in the MAC Tournament semifinals against Western Michigan … Had 14 kills, 13 digs and four blocks in the program’s first ever NCAA Tournament victory against Yale.