Greulich inducted into Cleveland State Univiersity Hall of Fame


Troy native Beth Greulich was recently inducted into the Cleveland State University Athletics Hall of Fame.

Greulich (2006-09) was a mainstay in the volleyball lineup during her time at Cleveland State, leading the Vikings to their first-ever Horizon League Tournament title in 2007. A three-time Horizon League First Team honoree, Greulich helped Cleveland State post a pair of 20-win campaigns during her time, including a 26-8 mark as a senior in 2009 – a year in which the Vikings captured their first-ever Horizon League Regular Season title. For her efforts during her senior campaign, Greulich was named the Horizon League Player of the Year, while also earning All-Region First Team and Honorable Mention All-America honors.

In addition, Greulich was also tabbed the 2006 Newcomer of the Year in the Horizon League, and graduated ranked in the top-five in career kills (1,351), hitting percentage (.316), block assists (345), total points (1,602), and sets played (458).

Greulich led the Vikings to the program’s first Horizon League tournament title during the 2007 season, while also helping the team set CSU single-season records for kills (1,945), kills per set (15.81) and assists (1,775).

Greulich became the 12th volleyball student-athlete to be inducted into the Cleveland State Athletics Hall of Fame.

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