Men's Tennis Hall of Fame

Charles W. "Warhorse" Allen
A four-year captain of the football team, Allen was also a standout tennis player.

Alexander Anderson
A three-year letterman in tennis and captain his senior year, Alexander Anderson contributed greatly to one of the most successful three-year stretches enjoyed by any team in any sport at Bucknell.

Stephen W. Baird
The 1971 MAC fall tennis champion, Baird was an Eastern singles semi-finalist and doubles finalist in 1972 and had a career 38-1 singles record. He was also 31-2 in doubles for a near-spotless combined career record of 69-3.

William C. Bartol
William Bartol, a pioneer of baseball and tennis at Bucknell and head of the mathematics department for 46 years, Bartol is generally given credit for creating the nickname "Bisons" for Bucknell athletic teams.

Edwin J. Hess Jr.
Ed Hess posted an amazing 63-3 career singles record for the Bison men's tennis team, setting the school victory record while playing every match from the No. 1 position in the lineup.

Malcolm E. Musser
A basketball and tennis player as an undergraduate and later varsity basketball coach and freshman football and baseball coach, Mal Musser probably coached, taught and watched more Bucknell athletes than any other person.

David P. Rath
Dave Rath was one of the finest soccer players ever at Bucknell and held the school career goals record (42) for 20 years. He also had a 29-2 career record in tennis.

Craig A. Reynolds
Craig Reynolds arrived in Lewisburg in 1967 and would go on to spend 38 years as a coach and administrator at Bucknell. He coached the men's soccer, tennis and track and field teams, and he served as an assistant director of athletics for facilities and event management upon his retirement in 2005.