|Year of Graduation:||2001|
Kerri (Holz) Huebel was a multi-sport standout during her years at Marian where she lettered in both volleyball and basketball. An outstanding volleyball player, upon her induction in 2012, Huebel still ranked first in matches played (142), sets played (501) and assists (5,266). She also ranks second in kill percentage (.333), fourth in aces (124), sixth in digs (1,107) and ninth in assisted blocks (223).
Over four seasons with the volleyball team, she never lost a conference match (48-0) and led her teams to national tournament appearances in 1999 and 2000. Each year, her teams won at least 28 games, including the 2000 squad that compiled a school-record 30-6 mark. That year, she was also named the Lake Michigan Conference Player of the Year, earning her fourth All-Conference selection in the process.
In basketball, upon her induction, she ranked second in career three-pointers made (154), third in three-point attempts (438), third in games started (100), fourth in assists (303), fourth in steals (192) and 16th on the all-time scoring list (886).
Huebel now serves as the head volleyball coach at Marian after taking over the program in 2004.