Keri Kuhlman named All-HCAC
Keri Kuhlman named second team All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference
By Bill Hanefeld Jr., sports information director
November 9, 2005
BLUFFTON, Ohio - Senior Keri Kuhlman (Shelby/Shelby) has been named second team All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference for the 2005 season.
Kuhlman, a four-year starter at middle hitter for the Beavers, capped off her stellar
career at Bluffton by being named All-HCAC for the second time. She hammered 388 kills
for a 3.73 kills per game average during her final season. Her 3.73 kills per game
in 2005 placed her at the top of the record books. She ranks first in kills per game
average for her career with 2.96 and she is also second all-time with 1285 career
kills. Kuhlman was named to the All-Tournament team for her performance at the Manchester
Tournament and she was also selected as Co-player-of-the-week in the HCAC for her
play in the Kenyon quad. She finished the season with 78 blocks, 25 service aces,
292 digs and a .189 hitting percentage. Keri also holds the freshman kills record
with 262 in 2002.
The Beavers finished the season with a 12-18 record overall and 0-7 in the HCAC. Full statistics and information on the 2005 volleyball season are available online at www.blufftonbeavers.com/volleyball.