Wrestler Bryan Burns '91 was a three-time conference champion, a three-time NCAA qualifier, and an All-American in the 190-pound weight class as a senior in 1991. Burns captured East Coast Conference titles at 190 pounds in 1989 and 1990, and then he won the East Coast Wrestling Association championship in 1991.
Ed Curran '88 was a three-time East Coast Conference wrestling champion. Hall of Famer Tom Scotton is the only other Bucknell wrestler to make that claim. He qualified for the NCAA Tournament three times and was a quarterfinalist in 1986.
Robert R. Ferraro
A first-ballot Hall of Fame choice and Bucknell's only two-time wrestling All-American, Bobby Ferraro graduated with an impressive 118-21-1 career mat record and four East Coast Wrestling Association gold medals.
Richard P. Kaufmann
A three-year letterman in football and wrestling, Dick Kaufmann captained the 1967 football team and was co-captain of the wrestling team as a junior and senior.
Thomas M. Marchetti Jr.
Tom Marchetti became Bucknell's first NCAA Wrestling All-American in 1989 when he placed fourth at 167 pounds. He was a three-time East Coast Conference champion and NCAA qualifier.
Thomas M. Scotton
Named All-East by National Mat News in 1978 and selected Bucknell's outstanding wrestler four times, Tom Scotton never lost a dual collegiate match on his way to three ECC championships and appearances at the NCAA Championships. Twice co-captain, Scotton had a career record of 89-4-1.