A co-captain of the basketball and field hockey teams as well as a member of the lacrosse squad, Bobbi Castens-Seidell was one of the first two women elected to the Hall of Fame along with Karin Wegener Kinsely.
Mary M. Creamer
Many consider Molly Creamer to be the premier player in Bucknell and Patriot League women's basketball history. She was a three-time Patriot League Player of the Year and three-time PL scoring leader. Following her senior campaign in which she averaged a whopping 27.1 points per game, Creamer was picked as a Kodak/WBCA and Associated Press Honorable Mention All-American.
Marjorie A. Deck
Co-captain of the field hockey and basketball teams as a senior, Marjorie Deck was selected to the Susquehanna Field Hockey Association first team and participated in the Mid-East Tournament in that sport. She was also unbeaten in four years in tennis.
Lisa M. Fink Povsic
One of Bucknell's top female athletes and arguably the top softball player in school history, Lisa Fink Povsic also played basketball at Bucknell and became a rare first-ballot Hall of Famer.
Terrie Grieb arrived at Bucknell in 1978 as a young coach, and later became a member of the Bucknell Athletics administrative team. Grieb's greatest success came on the softball diamond, where she became the program's very first varsity head coach in the spring of 1979. She was a six-time conference coach of the year while amassing a program-record 307 victories in 21 seasons.
Pamela H. Heller Shassian
Pam Heller Shassian played field hockey, basketball and lacrosse for the Bison. As a senior, she was a member of the field hockey All-Mideast Region second team.
A co-captain of the basketball, field hockey and softball teams, Jill was Bucknell's game (28 pts) and season (265) scoring record-holder in basketball at graduation and was twice named to the Academic All-America College Division basketball team.
Lori D. Houck Steigerwald
Lori Houck Steigerwald was a four-time All-Patriot League guard and one of the all-time leading scorers for the Bison women's basketball team. She graduated with 1,447 career points, a total that ranked second in program history at the time of her graduation
Ann L. Kirwin Anderson
A four-year basketball letterwinner and co-captain of the team in her junior and senior years, Ann Kirwin Anderson was the first woman to score 1,000 points in her basketball career at Bucknell.
Margaret Philleo Ricci
One of Bucknell's top woman athletes of her era, Margaret Philleo Ricci competed in field hockey, basketball and lacrosse during a busy and successful career. In field hockey, she was selected to the Susquehanna All-Star Team three straight years.
Victoria A. Quimby Nigrini
Vicki Quimby was one of the finest post players in Bucknell women's basketball history. She was a four-time All-Patriot League selection, twice earning First Team honors. As a senior in 2002, she captained Bucknell's first-ever NCAA Tournament Team.
Stacey Spitko Reeder
A starter in every basketball game and all but two softball games during her Bucknell career, Stacey Spitko Reeder set school records and earned Academic All-America honors in both sports.
Lynne P. Walshaw
Lynne Walshaw was an All-East Coast Conference selection in both basketball and softball during a standout career at Bucknell. In the gymnasium, she scored 1,209 points and grabbed 678 rebounds, and she set Bucknell records for field goal and free throw percentages.
Jennifer Walz Lapioli
A four-year basketball letterwinner and an outstanding scholar-athlete, Jennifer Walz became the first Bucknell basketball player to score more than 2,000 points in a career. Walz also became the first Bucknell athlete to have been selected to the Academic All-America first team three consecutive years.
Karin Wegener Knisely
One of the first two women elected to the Hall of Fame alongside Barbara Castens-Seidell, Wegener Knisely was Bucknell's first three-sport (field hockey, basketball, lacrosse) captain in 40 years and set scoring records in both field hockey and lacrosse.