Softball Hall of Fame
Dawn M. Becker
A four-year starter as a pitcher, Dawn Becker compiled one of the most impressive careers in Bucknell softball history.

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

Lisa M. Fink Povsic
One of Bucknell's top female athletes and arguably the top softball player in school history, Lisa Fink Povsic also played basketball at Bucknell and became a rare first-ballot Hall of Famer.

Terrie Grieb
Terrie Grieb arrived at Bucknell in 1978 as a young coach, and later became a member of the Bucknell Athletics administrative team. Grieb’s greatest success came on the softball diamond, where she became the program’s very first varsity head coach in the spring of 1979. She was a six-time conference coach of the year while amassing a program-record 307 victories in 21 seasons.

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.

Sharon L. Nichols
Sharon Nichols was quite simply the most dominating softball pitcher to ever wear the Orange and Blue. By the time she graduated she held every pitching record, and she still holds 13 Bucknell marks -- including five career records.

Stacey Spitko Reeder
A starter in every basketball game and all but two softball games during her Bucknell career, Stacey Spitko Reeder set school records and earned Academic All-America honors in both sports.

Lynne P. Walshaw
Lynne Walshaw was an All-East Coast Conference selection in both basketball and softball during a standout career at Bucknell. In the gymnasium, she scored 1,209 points and grabbed 678 rebounds, and she was an all-conference outfielder in softball.

Jennifer L. Yuengling-Franquet
Jennifer Yuengling was Bucknell's starting catcher and leadoff hitter for four years spanning 1990-93. She hit .397 as a senior and her 67 career steals ranked No. 2 all-time.