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Moe Butler
Moe  Butler

Associate Head Sports Performance Coach/Director of Olympic Sports

Team Assignments:

  • Men's Ice Hockey, Women's Soccer, Softball


  • Master of Arts: Kinesiology – Exercise Physiology
    University of Connecticut, 2006
  • Bachelor of Science: Kinesiology – Fitness Management
    University of Connecticut, 2003


  • CSCS/RSCC from the National Strength & Conditioning Association
  • FMS Level 1
  • USAW Level 1 Club Coach
  • USATF Level 1
  • Precision Nutrtition (Pn1)
  • American Red Cross CPR/First Aid/AED

Coach Butler joined the UConn staff in 2004. She is responsible for all aspects of training for the Men's Ice Hockey, Women’s Soccer and Softball programs. Prior to her current team assignments, Moe worked with Baseball, Men’s & Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country, Women’s Ice Hockey, and Women’s Volleyball. In her time with her teams she has been a part 17 conference championships and 11 ECAC/IC4A championships. In addition to team accomplishments Moe has worked with 68 All-Americans and several MLB and NHL draft picks.

Moe oversees the Olympic Sports side of the Sports Performance department and instated the first Husky Fuel station to serve all UConn student-athletes.

From June 2007 to December 2009 Moe had the opportunity to work with the U-18 Women’s Ice Hockey national team where they won the first gold medal at the IIHF World Women’s U-18 Championship in 2008, as well as in 2009.

Prior to her full time appointment at UConn, Moe served as a Graduate Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach at UConn and was an assistant program director at Be Athletic training and mentoring young athletes in their off season.

Moe has spoke on topics including developing hockey players, developing baseball players, performance nutrition, creating a competitive training environment and working with the injured athlete.

A native of Red Hook, NY, Moe earned her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees from the University of Connecticut. She was a 4 year letter winner and All-American at the University of Connecticut in the sport of field hockey.

She currently resides in Mansfield, CT with her wife Alana and daughter Calynn.