Men's Soccer Hall of Fame
Mark R. Brotherton
Mark Brotherton was the first Bucknell soccer player to be named all-conference four straight years. A four-year letterman and two-time co-captain, he was named to the All-East Coast Conference Team after each of his four seasons with the Orange and Blue

David P. Domsohn
Dave Domsohn was one of the most dominant players to set foot on the soccer pitch at Bucknell. A four-year letterman and co-captain in his senior season, Domsohn led the Bison in scoring in each of his four years and set school career records for goals (52), assists (34) and points (138)..

R. Lyman Ott
Twice captain of the soccer team, Lyman Ott set season and career scoring records and was named to the All-MAC Northern Division, All-Tri State and All-American teams.

David P. Rath
Dave Rath was one of the finest soccer players ever at Bucknell and held the school career goals record (42) for 20 years.

Arthur B. Raynor
Art Raynor captained baseball and soccer teams at Bucknell and also lettered in basketball. Winner of three letters in soccer, he scored a then-school record nine goals in 1948 while leading Bucknell to the Middle Atlantic States Soccer Conference championship.

Craig A. Reynolds
Craig Reynolds arrived in Lewisburg in 1967 and would go on to spend 38 years as a coach and administrator at Bucknell. He coached the men's soccer, tennis and track and field teams, and he served as an assistant director of athletics for facilities and event management upon his retirement in 2005.

Richard B. Roush
Dick Roush Earned three varsity letters each in baseball and soccer, and he was considered one of Bucknell's best multi-sport athletes in his era. Roush was a pitcher on the baseball team and compiled an 11-5 career record. Roush was a fullback in soccer and captained the team his senior year.

Bruce E. Strasburg
A four-year letterman in soccer and captain of the 1974 Bucknell team, Bruce Strasburg was selected to the All-Middle Atlantic Conference team in 1973 and 1974 and was Most Valuable Player of the Western Section of the MAC in 1973.

Scott A. Strasburg
An All-America second team selection in 1976 and a four-year letterman in soccer, Scott Strasburg helped lead Bucknell to a 41-12-4 record, an East Coast Conference championship in 1974 and three straight appearances in the NCAA Tournament.

Gary B. Toubman
Gary Toubman was a defensive catalyst on some of Bucknell's all-time best men's soccer teams. He helped lead the Bison to an East Coast Conference title in 1974 and back-to-back trips to the NCAA Tournament in 1974 and 1975 - the program's first-ever postseason appearances.