Stacey Siu-Butt will forever be remembered in AU field hockey history as one of the greatest players ever to put on the blue and red. Siu-Butt still holds both single-season and career scoring records for American, is ranked in the NCAA’s top-10 in two separate categories, and was named the program’s first ever First Team All-American.
Siu-Butt played only three years as an Eagles but her impact on the program can still be seen today. Siu-Butt finished her career with 103 goals, the most in program history, 41 assists, third most all-time, and a program record 247 points. Her career numbers are so impressive that to this day, no other Eagle has scored more than 53 goals or totaled more than 138 points. Siu-Butt’s career points total is still good enough for eighth all-time in the NCAA and her career goals total is ninth best nationally.
As a senior, Siu-Butt netted a school record 41 goals and dished out 19 assists, the third most in program history, for a program best 101 total points. Twice that season Siu-Butt recorded six goals in a game, tying the program record which she set in ’94, and on two other occasions she scored four assists, breaking the previous record. After that ’96 season, Siu-Butt was named First Team All-America, making her AU field hockey’s first-ever first team selection.
Siu-Butt also owns the second and third positions on AU’s single season points and goals list. She totaled 82 points on 35 goals and 12 assists in her first year at AU and followed up that record setting performance with 64 points in ’95 on 27 goals and 10 assists. Eagles fans got their first glimpse of her scoring prowess during the ’94 season when she scored a school record 14 points with six goals and two assists against VCU.
Siu-Butt graduated from AU in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Kogod School of Business.
Upon her induction to the Stafford H. “Pop” Cassell Hall of Fame, Siu-Butt remains the most prolific scorer in AU field hockey history. In her three years, Siu-Butt scored a record 247 points and 103 goals, and totaled 41 career assists, third most in program history. Siu-Butt also continues to hold the top three single season performances for both total points and goals, and will forever be distinguished as AU field hockey’s first ever First Team All-American.