Active from 1989-1990 • Inducted in 2002
One of Lewis & Clark’s most decorated and storied athletes, Ruhl is a four-year letter winner in both football and baseball. He is the Pioneers’ top career rusher (4,141), leader in touchdowns scored (54), and points scored (326), as well as season leader in four categories. He was twice named the NCIC Offensive Player of the Year, three-times to the All-NCIC team, and All-American NAIA honors three times, including a First-Team selection in 1992. He holds the career baseball records in runs scored (172) and base on balls (133), and is among the leaders in career batting average, RBIs, doubles and triples. He was a two-time NCIC MVP and Honorable Mention All-American in 1992.
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