Lectie Altman helped lead the Bison to four straight Patriot League titles during her career, claiming at least one conference gold medal each year.
The first woman swimmer to be enshrined, Kathy Frazier was a three-year co-captain. She earned 19 All-America designations, three of them with top-5 finishes at the AIAW Division II Championships her senior year.
Margaret Grunow Conze
One of the finest women's swimmers in Bucknell history, Margaret Grunow Conze won a school-record 88 individual races and never lost a regular-season 50 or 100-yard freestyle event.
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.
Kathleen A. Lynch
A four-year swimming letterwinner and twice co-captain of the team, Kathy Lynch won eight East Coast Conference individual championships and earned All-East honors in the 200-yard backstroke.
A pioneer in the Bucknell aquatics program, Sue Mestier Brauner served as team captain of Bucknell's first varsity women's swimming team and qualified for national championship competition.
Jennifer A. Myers Keating
One of Bucknell's most decorated woman swimmers, Jen Myers Keating '98 became the first female in Patriot League history to win the same event (200-yard backstroke) at the league championship meet four straight years.
Catherine Karpuk Seward
The first female athlete at Bucknell to receive All-America recognition, Cathy Karpuk Seward earned four varsity letters as a diver on the swimming and diving teams, and she is generally regarded as the finest female diver ever at Bucknell.