Updated on May 21, 2015
Caitlyn Rueth begins her second season as a graduate assistant coach after a standout career with the Bruins from 2011-13. She will work primarily with the team's outside hitters and defensive players.
Rueth earned first team all-MCAC honors as a senior last season. She was second on the team with 367 kills and fourth in digs (348) and blocks (64). In her junior season, she registered a team second-best 439 kills while earning second team all-conference accolades.
During her career, Rueth was named the MCAC Hitter of the Week on three occasions. She finished her three-year BU career with 934 kills and 628 digs and helped the Bruins to three-straight MCAC Tournament titles and three-consecutive appearances in the NAIA Volleyball National Championship.
Rueth earned her bachelor's degree in health and human performance in 2014 and is currently pursuing her Master of Science in Leadership and Coaching.