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Two-Time WVC MVP, Jeff Krase, Inducted Into the WVC Hall of Fame (4-10-19)
Jeff Krase (98-00) was inducted into the Wisconsin Volleyball Conference Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the WVC Championships held in Menomonee Falls on April 5-6, 2019.

A dominating right side hitter, Jeff Krase played for UW-Oshkosh from 1998-2000. In 1998 he helped the Titans to a Wisconsin Volleyball Conference State Championship and a fifth place showing at the NIRSA Division I national championship (which was the highest finish at the time for the Titans). In 1999, he was named the WVC State Championship Most Valuable Player after collecting 40 kills in the championship match in leading UW-Oshkosh to the state title. In 2000, he wrapped up his career by being named the WVC State Championship Most Valuable Player for a second consecutive season, first team All-WVC and a Wisconsin Volleyball Conference All-Star. The Titans won their fourth consecutive state championship title. His senior year he made the difficult decision to not play volleyball so that he could obtain an internship and graduate in four years with a degree in biology.

Jeff Krase played during the Dave Boos, Jim Boos, Paul Hammen and Josh Wagner era of UW-Oshkosh volleyball. All of those players have since been inducted into the WVC Hall of Fame. Standing only 5-11, Krase had court vision, lefty power and finesse and was a key competent of a dominating stretch in the WVC by the Titans.

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