The freshman from St. Louis, MO saw action in 18 games this season averaging 5 minutes per appearance. He scored 1.9 points, grabbed 1.3 rebounds and had 0.2 blocks per game.
"We appreciate the effort that Nolan gave us this year, and we wish him well as moves forward," said Butler head coach Brandon Miller in a statement released by the school.
Berry has been granted a release from his scholarship and could look to transfer to a school closer to home.
Now the Bulldogs look to regroup by adding more players in the class of 2014, 2015, and potentially transfers from other schools.