Misericordia University has announced its 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame honorees.
The Cougars plan to induct Susan (Bochnovich) Anderson and Tyler Mensch, Class of 2009, Jacky (Finelli) Fitch and Kirsten (Lazorka) Bubb, Class of 2006, and Ericka (Morrison) Hornak, Class of 2008.
While a sprinter for Misericordia, Anderson set seven school records in various sprinting events. She earned All-ECAC status in the 100m and 200m dashes and holds school records in the indoor 55m dash and the outdoor 200m dash.
She was also the 2009 MAC Indoor Female Track Athlete of the Year and the 2009 Misericordia Wendy’s Athlete of the Year.
In field hockey, Fitch is the Cougars’ all-time goals scoring leader with 65 and ranks third in career points with 146. She’s a two-time All-Pennsylvania Athletic Conference selection and holds the school single-season record with 25 goals while also ranking second in single-season points with 57.
Bubb, a second baseman and shortstop, was a four-time All-Pennsylvania Athletic Conference selection in softball. She ranks second in career doubles with 50, fourth in career hits with 207, while also has career total bases (275) and ranks eighth in RBI (114).
As a senior, she was named PAC Player of the Year.
On the soccer field, Mensch was a two-time first-team All-MAC Freedom ad three-time all-region selection. He ranks sixth in career points (82) and points per game (1.09), fourth in career goals (39) and goals per game (.52), third in single-season goals (15) fifth in single-season goals per game (.51), sixth in single-season points (31) and eighth in single-season points per game (1.55)
Hornak, a former forward for Misericordia, was a four-time All-Pennsylvania Athletic Conference selection and the team MVP as a sophomore. She was a three-time recipient of the Coaches Award, while also ranking fourth in program history with 1,312 points, 485 field goals, and 340 free throws, and seventh with 691 career rebounds.