Water Polo Hall of Fame

William L. Drake
A four-year letterman in swimming, Bill Drake co-captained the 1974-75 team and set school and conference records in the 200-yard backstroke.

Jay Gross
Jay Gross '93 was one of the top men's swimming sprinters in program history, and he won eight individual Patriot League titles during an outstanding four-year career

James B. Harvey
One of the most decorated swimmers in Bucknell history, Jim Harvey graduated as the owner of eight individual school records. He also played on the Bison water polo team.

Jeff Hilk
Jeff Hilk was a standout for both the Bucknell water polo and swimming and diving teams in the mid-1980s. During the water polo circuit he posted 334 goals and 460 points in his career, totals that still rank second only to fellow Hall of Famer and All-American Scott Schulte '81 on Bucknell's career charts.

Lynn Kachmarik
Lynn Kachmarik was a true coaching pioneer at Bucknell, mentoring both men and women student-athletes in four different sports from 1982-98. Kachmarik was a world-class water polo player when she came to Bucknell in 1982 as a lecturer in physical education as well as head women’s swimming and diving coach.

Geoffrey B. Miller
A four-year swimming letterman, co-captain of the 1975-76 team and a member of Bucknell teams that won four consecutive Middle Atlantic Conference and East Coast Conference championships, the late Geoff Miller was one of the most dominant swimmers of perhaps the greatest swimming era in school history. He was also an All-East water polo player.

Richard W. Russell
The foundation of the Bucknell aquatics program for more than a quarter-century, Dick Russell coached the men's swimming and diving team from 1968-94 and created the water polo program at Bucknell.

Scott F. Schulte
The best water polo player in school history, Scott Schulte was a four-time All-East selection and twice a member of the All-America squad. Schulte was the high scorer in the NCAA Water Polo Tournament for four straight years - he is the only player ever to accomplish that feat -- and is the NCAA career scoring leader with 586 goals.

Roger J. Shwanhausser
Roger Schwanhausser was one of the leaders of a terrific Bison swimming team that captured four straight Middle Atlantic Conference and East Coast Conference team championships.