Senior forward Greg Kahlig recently earned more All-American honors as the NCAA Division II Bulletin tabbed him a second team honoree.
Kahlig has earned All-American honors from Daktronics and Basketball Times for his during his final season. He was also named first team all-region, first team all-conference and earned Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC) Player of the Year accolades.
The 2014 GLIAC Tournament MVP led the 21st-ranked Oilers to a 24-6 record after averaging 24.5 points per game and also chipped in 4.0 rebounds and 3.0 assists per contest. He also shot 50.2 percent (235-of-468) from the floor, 42.3 percent (90-of-213) from three point range and 81.5 percent (176-of-216) from the charity stripe.
Kahlig had three games of over 40 points during his senior season, which included a GLIAC record 55-point outing in the Oilers 104-74 win at home over Walsh in the semifinals of the GLIAC Tournament. He also hit a school record and GLIAC Tournament record ten three pointers in the game.
His 736 points scored on the season is the third most any Oilers player has scored and his 90 made three pointers ranks second all-time at UF.
Kahlig ended his career with a total of 1,877 points, the fourth highest total in school history.