William Hollman, who comes from Fredericktown, and also played rugby at CMU, starred on the football field as an offensive and defensive lineman for the Eagles in 1968 and again from 1971-73.
Hollman was an All-HAAC selection at defensive tackle in 1968. He led all defensive lineman with 57 tackles.
Hollman was an All-HAAC pick at right tackle from 1971-73 and received honorable mention and first team NAIA All-America honors in 1972 and 1973, respectively. The 1972 team scored 62 points against Baker, setting the school record for most points in a game. During his senior season in 1973, Hollman helped paved the way for former running Bill Lankford, who scored a school-record 107 points.
Hollman finished his collegiate playing career with an overall record of 22-13-2.
Even after graduating from CMU in 1974, the Hollman family has continued its tradition in Fayette. His daughter, Kelly Hollman Langhoff, graduated from CMU in 2005. His son-in-law, Kyle Langhoff, is a former CMU assistant football coach.