BURNSVILLE, Minn. – Former basketball standout Eric Kline of Northern State University will be one of 8 men and women who will be inducted into the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Hall of Fame during ceremonies scheduled for July 11th in St. Cloud, Minnesota. Kline excelled at NSU as the Wolves reeled off consecutive records of 34-2, 25-9 and 29-5 and finished as runner-up in the NAIA National Tournament in both 1993 and 1994 and finished in the top four in 1995. Kline was chosen as the NSIC Player of the Year all three seasons at NSU, a feat that only one other player has accomplished in their career. Kline was also the Midwest Region MVP, a NAIA Academic All-American, a NAIA II First Team All-American and the NAIA II Player of the Year. He averaged 26.3 points per game during his career at NSU and hit 456 of 1,089 3-point field goals, a clip of nearly 42 percent. Kline scored 2,660 career points, a South Dakota collegiate record. More information on the Hall of Fame Induction ceremonies can be obtained by going the NSIC website at www.NorthernSun.org
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