Golf Hall of Fame
M. Robert Etzweiler
M. Robert Etzweiler is still remembered as one of Bucknell's top golfers, and he occupied the No. 1 or 2 position on Bison squads that captured three straight Middle Atlantic Conference championships. Etzweiler won the MAC individual title in 1959, tied for second in 1960 and placed fifth in 1961.

Harold L. Evans
No man played a larger role in solidifying Bucknell's golf program than Harold Evans, who served the university for more than 70 years until his passing in 2002. Evans came to Bucknell as caddie master in 1931 and took over as head professional in 1932.

Thomas A. Thompson
A Bucknellian in the truest sense of the award, Tommy Thompson spent 44 years as either a player, assistant coach or head coach at Bucknell. A three-year starter in baseball and basketball and captain of both teams, Thompson served in the U.S. Army, pitched in the Detroit Tigers system and coached baseball, basketball, golf and tennis teams at Bucknell until retiring in 2001

Bradley N. Tufts
Brad Tufts served the Bucknell athletic department for over 30 years as either coach or administrator. He was the men's golf coach from 1967-75 and led his teams to Middle Atlantic Conference championships in 1967 and 1973.

Charles J. "Chick" Wagner
Chick Wagner played in the 1975 and 1976 NCAA Golf Championships and was winner of the 1975 ECAC Fall Championship. Co-captain of the 1975 and 1976 Bucknell teams, Wagner helped lead the Bison to the 1973 Middle Atlantic Conference championship and to second place in the 1974 Eastern Championship.