Men's Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Rodney A. Brown
Rodney Brown was an All-East Coast Conference performer at two positions and a Division I Honorable Mention All-American.

Chris Cara
A decade after his graduation, Chris Cara '05 remained the all-time points leader in Bucknell and Patriot League history with 249 points on 111 goals and 138 assists. His assist total was tied with Hall of Famer Peter von Hoffmann for the Bucknell record, and Cara was the first player in program history to record at least 100 goals and 100 assists.

Thomas E. Cusick
Tom Cusick was the fourth player in Bucknell history to be named the All-East Coast Conference lacrosse team for three straight years.

Hugh Donovan
Hugh Donovan captained the most successful men's lacrosse team in program history, the 1996 squad that finished a perfect 12-0, captured the Patriot League title and earned a No. 9 national ranking. Donovan was named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year that season, and he is considered to be one of the top defensemen ever to wear the Orange & Blue.

Edwin E. Farver
Co-captain of Bucknell's first two varsity lacrosse teams and the 1968-69 basketball team, Ed Farver was a first team Little All-American and MVP in the Middle Atlantic Conference in lacrosse in 1969.

Sidney I. Jamieson
The only head coach in the 38-year history of Bison lacrosse, Sid Jamieson retired from coaching after 2005 season. Tenth among all collegiate lacrosse coaches with 242 career victories, Sid led the teams to 7 championships in 3 different conferences, including 4 straight Patriot League titles from 2000-03.

Louis L. Kissling Jr.
Lou Kissling twice received All-America honors in lacrosse, and in his senior season co-captained the Bison team and was named Most Valuable Player in the Middle Atlantic Conference.

James W. McKee
One of the founding members of varsity lacrosse at Bucknell, Jim McKee was a dominant player on the first two lacrosse teams fielded by the university.

Thomas H. Sanders
Tom Sanders was the starting goalie for the Bucknell lacrosse team for four straight years. He enjoyed a terrific senior campaign, earning All-East Coast Conference first team and Honorable Mention All-America honors.
 
Justin T. Sussman
Justin Sussman was one of the top goalies ever to play for the Bison men’s lacrosse squad. He backstopped Bucknell to four straight Patriot League championships and was a two-time Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year, a three-time All-Patriot League pick and an Honorable Mention All-American in 2003.
 
Ralph M. Turri
Ralph Turri was an outstanding two-sport athlete at Bucknell in the mid-1970s. He was a three-year starting linebacker on the football team and a two-year starting midfielder in lacrosse, and he served as team captain in both sports.

Peter W. von Hoffman
Peter von Hoffmann was a four-time All-East Coast Conference lacrosse player and a two-time All-American at Bucknell.

Justin W. Zackey
One of Sid Jamieson's all-time great players was Justin Zackey, who still holds the Bucknell records for goals in a season (63) and career (138) and points in a season (79 in 1993).