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.
Susanne Gray Berhinger
One of the all-time greats in Bucknell women's lacrosse history, Sue Gray Berhinger was a four-year starter in the sport and held eight school records at graduation, including the career mark of 127 goals.
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.
Kathy Kline Grove
A four-year starter in field hockey and a lacrosse co-captain, Kathy Kline Grove was a nominee for the Broderick Award, which honors the outstanding female collegiate athlete in the country, in 1980.
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.
Suzanne M. Raffaele
Suzanne Raffaele remains the No. 1 goal-scorer in the history of Bison Women’s Lacrosse, and she becomes the eighth member of that program to enter the Hall of Fame. Buoyed by a 40-goal season as a senior, Raffaele’s 144 goals eclipsed Michelle Manion’s previous school mark that had stood for 14 years.
Patricia A. Way
Tricia Way became the first woman athlete in Bucknell history to earn all-conference honors five times. She was a three-time All-Patriot League selection in women's lacrosse and a two-time honoree in field hockey.
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.