• Ann Mullins

    A three-year star at Lipscomb, Mullins laid the bedrock for a long stream of success for the Bisons Volleyball program. In Mullins' final season in Nashville, Lipscomb registered a 20-12 record and claimed the program's first of six ASUN Championship title, winning its first as the No. 4 seed.

  • Carmen Paez

    In her two years at FGCU, Paez became one of the school's most decorated student-athletes at the Division I and Division II levels. Paez is FGCU career record holder for batting average (.430), slugging percentage (.934) and OPS (1.521), while she racked up a plethora of accolades.

  • John Kresse

    One of the most decorated coaches in ASUN history, John Kresse collected three Coach of the Year nods to go along with five-straight regular-season titles from 1993-98. During his time in the ASUN, Kresse's Cougar squads combined for a 74-6 conference record including an undefeated mark of 16-0 in 1997. 

- Overview -

The ASUN Conference Hall of Fame exists to annually honor former student-athletes, coaches, administrators and others whose collective accomplishments have contributed to the conference successfully fulfilling its mission of "Building Winners for Life."