HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES

2018 Hall of Fame Inductees

Steve Danielson - Danielson was a member of the U.S. Men’s National Team from 1989-2011 and accumulated more than 300 international caps for USA Field Hockey. As one of the most accomplished U.S. Men’s National Team athletes, he continues to be involved in the sport on a collegiate and Junior Men’s and Women’s, and Senior Men’s National Team levels. Starting his career in 1989 at the Junior World Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia, Danielson went on to be a two-time Pan American Games participant (1995, 1999), Atlanta 1996 Olympian, two-time Indoor World Cup participant (2003, 2011) and a two-time Indoor Pan American Cup participant (2002, 2005). More recently, Danielson represented the United States as an athlete and coach at the 2017 IMHA Masters Indoor World Cup in Krefeld, Germany. Danielson is currently the assistant coach and technical director for Stanford University and is a consultant to the U.S. Men’s National Team program. He resides in Stanford, Calif. with his wife Tara (Jelley) Danielson and their daughter.

Keli Smith Puzo - Smith-Puzo was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team from 2001-2013 and accumulated 179 international caps. Starting her career in 2000 at the Junior Pan American Championships in Bridgetown, Barbados, She went on to be a Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympian, two-time World Cup participant (2002, 2006), two-time Pan American Games participant (2003, 2007) and a participant in the 2004 women's Pan American Cup. She also participated in two Champions Challenge Events and was named a Pan American All-Star in 2009. Since retiring, Smith-Puzo has been inspiring many young athletes while running her club FH Life. She currently resides in Oxford, Ohio. with her husband, Inako, and their two sons, Xavi and Ian.

Amy Tran Swenson - Tran Swensen was a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team from 2001-2013 and accumulated 163 international caps for USA Field Hockey. Once recognized as the No. 1 goalkeeper in the world and the 2006 Samsung World Cup Best Goalkeeper, Tran Swensen amassed countless incredible saves while in goal. Starting her career in 2000 at the Junior Pan American Championships in Bridegtown, Barbados, Tran Swensen went on to be a Beijing 2008 and London 2012 Olympian, 2006 World Cup participant, 2001 Junior World Cup Participant, two-time Pan American Games participant (2003, 2007) and two-time Pan American Cup participant (2001, 2004). Tran Swensen also participated in five Champions Challenge Events where she was also named Goalkeeper for the Tournament. In 2006, she also was named the WorldHockey All-Star and went on to win multiple other Goalkeeper of the Tournament awards. Tran Swensen currently resides in Virginia Beach, Va. with her husband Mark and their sons Ivan and Zeke.

Hall of Fame Members
 Member  Induction Year
 1975 West Chester State College National Championship Team  2016
 1984 U.S. Women's Olympic Bronze Medal Team  2014
 Gwen Cheeseman Alexander  1989
 Beth Anders  1989
 Ruth Heller Aucott  1988
 Katie Kauffman Beach  2014
 Beth Beglin  1994
 Adele Boyd  1988

 Pam Bustin

 2014
 Kristen Fillat Buchanan  2016
 Robin Cash  1988
 Steve Danielson  2018
 Gertrude Dunn  1988
 Frances Elliott  1988 
 Tracey Fuchs  2014
 Vonnie Gros   1988
 Mary Ann Leight Harris 
 1988
 Anita Corl Huntsman  1989
 Manzar Iqbal  2016
 Sheryl Johnson  1994
 Kate "Tiki" Kinnear  2014
 Jill Grant Lindenfeld  1989
 Carrie Lingo  2016
 Antoinette Lucas  2016
 Leslie Lyness  2004
 Phyllis Stadler Lyon  1988
 Laurel Hershey Martin  2004
 Barbara Marois   2004
 Chris Larson Mason   1989
 Betty C. Miller  1988
 Charlene Morett   1989
 Christy Morgan  2004
 Joan Moser  1988
 Patricia Kenworthy Nuckols  1988
 Marcia Pankratz  2004
 Eleanore Pepper  1988
 Marcy Place  1994
 Chickie Geraci Poisson   1988
 Kelli James Precourt  2016 
 Keli Smith Puzo  2018
 Jill Reeve  2014
 F. Elizabeth Richey  1988
 Alison Hersey Risch  1988
 Dina Rizzo  2016
 Nancy Sawin   1988
 Patricia Shea  2004
 Betty Shellenberger  1988
 Karen C. Shelton  1989
 Julie Staver  1989
 Barbara Strebeigh  1988
 Joan Edenborn Stiles  1988
 Pam Neiss Stuper   2004
 Bonnie Smith Taylor   1988
 Amy Tran Swenson  2018
 Anne B. Townsend  1988
 Nigel Traverso  2014
 Anne McConaghie Volp  1988
 Alice Putnam Willetts  1988