Georgetown News
Volleyball - Thu, Feb. 1, 2007

Georgetown College has named Jeff Hulsmeyer as head coach of the Tiger Volleyball Program.

Georgetown College has named Jeff Hulsmeyer as head coach of the Tiger Volleyball Program.

"We truly feel that Jeff is a perfect match for Georgetown College and that he is the right person to take our program to the next level," said Director of Athletics Eric Ward.

Hulsmeyer brings over 14 years of NCAA Division I coaching experience to the school, in particular time spent at Arkansas State University, Western Kentucky University, the University of Illinois and Purdue University, where he served as head coach for four seasons.

During his tenure at Division I schools, Hulsmeyer had several recruiting classes ranked in the nation's top 25 and his 2002 Purdue team had the highest grade point average on campus and had several Big Ten All-Conference selections. Most recently, Hulsmeyer returned to his home state to serve as director of volleyball operations for MidAmerica Sports Center in Louisville, KY, where the Mid-South Conference hosts its annual conference tournament.

"It's a tremendous opportunity that I am really looking forward to," said Hulsmeyer. "I can't say thanks enough to President Crouch, Athletics Director Eric Ward and everyone at Georgetown College for allowing me come and be a part of this special school."

The University of Kentucky graduate is the father of four and he and his wife, Michelle, look forward to becoming a part of the Georgetown College family.

His family connection with Georgetown goes back to his sister's college career as, Nancy Hulsmeyer Hellman, was arguably the best volleyball player Georgetown College has produced and was inducted into the Georgetown College Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004.

"I feel like I am really coming full circle with my sister having played here and the close ties my family has had with Georgetown," said the new coach.

 
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