Beaver Dam High School Athletic Hall of Fame Announces 2018 Inductees

This year’s inductees to the Beaver Dam High School Athletic Hall of Fame have been announced.

 

Barbara Rawlsky-Willette: A 1970 graduate of Beaver Dam High School, Barbara participated in five sports in high school: field hockey, volleyball, basketball, softball and track – as part of the Girl’s Athletic Association (prior to WIAA girls sports). She attended St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota where she played four sports including being the number one singles player on the women’s tennis team.  She has had a long career coaching tennis at both the high school and college level and has been inducted into the New Hampshire Interscholastic Association Coaches Hall of Fame.

 

Collin Kuhn: A 2007 graduate of Beaver Dam High School, Collin lettered in three sports: football, basketball and baseball. He was 1st team all Wisconsin Little Ten in both football and baseball.  Collin received a scholarship to play baseball at the University of Arkansas and was a member of the team for four years.  After college, he was drafted by the Chicago White Sox and played in their minor league system.  He is a graduate of the University of Arkansas and resides in Texarkana, Arkansas.

 

Austin Ehlenfeldt: A 2006 graduate of Beaver Dam High School, Austin was an eight – time letter winner in hockey and golf. He was the Wisconsin Little Ten Conference Champion in golf in both 2005 and 2006 and the BDHS team MVP all four years he was in high school.  He attended the University of Wisconsin for two years on a golf scholarship before transferring to UW-Green Bay where he was a Horizon League Conference 1st Team selection in 2009 and 2010. Austin Graduated from UW-Green Bay in 2011.

 

They will be inducted as part of homecoming on Friday, September 28.