Field Hockey Hall of Fame
Almira S. Baldwin Arnold
Almira Baldwin Arnold '94 became only the second woman athlete at Bucknell to earn all-conference honors in four consecutive years.

Barbara Castens-Seidell
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.

Dianne T. Czarnecki
Dianne Czarnecki was a four-year letterwinner and an all-conference selection in field hockey and softball at Bucknell.

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.

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.

Dorothy "Bugs" Harvey Lloyd
Dorothy "Bugs" Harvey Lloyd '53 was a four-year starter for the field hockey club, leading it to great success in Bucknell Intercollegiate Play Day tournaments.

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.

Jill Henry-Feeney
A co-captain of the basketball, field hockey and softball teams, Jill Henry-Feeney became only the third Bucknell athlete in 60 years to captain three teams.

Kathy Kline Grove
A four-year starter in field hockey, 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.

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.

Jennifer L. Zimmerman
Jen Zimmerman '00 was an extremely versatile player who stood out at both ends of the field. A two-year captain, Zimmerman was a Regional All-America selection in both 1998 and 1999. She also garnered All-Patriot League honors as a junior and senior, and as a junior she was named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Year. A member of the Patriot League All-Decade Team for field hockey, Zimmerman graduated with school records for assists in a career (26), assists in a season (10) and goals in a game (4), and she ranked fourth in total points (74).