In her first season, Fish had nine goals and two assists as the Hawks won 20 games and an NYSWCAA Championship, and made a run to the NCAA Division III Tournament title game.
She had eight goals and six assists in 1998, contributing to a second state crown in three years and a return trip to the national tournament. Fish earned NYSWCAA First Team and National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Region First Team honors.
The Hawks also made it to the NCAAs in her senior season, when she had 12 goals and 25 points, First Team All-State and All-Region selections and an NFHCA Third Team All-America honor.
South New Berlin native Kelleher (2004) was the first Hartwick runner to earn All-America honors. She is a five-time All-American who won 21 New York State Collegiate Track Conference Championships and broke 20 Hartwick indoor and outdoor track records combined.
Kelleher swept all 16 indoor and outdoor conference crowns in the 200- and 400-meter runs over the course of her four seasons. She also won five titles in the 1,600.
Kelleher competed at the NCAA D-III Indoor Championships in the 400 in 2002 (fourth), 2003 (sixth), and 2004 (fourth), earning All-America accolades in each appearance. She also took eighth in 2002 and fifth in 2003 at the NCAA Outdoor Championships for two more All-America finishes.
Additionally, Kelleher had 15 goals and six assists in four seasons of women’s soccer. She twice earned Empire 8 Conference Second Team honors and helped the Hawks to the 2003 NYSWCAA Championship.
Hartwick selected Kelleher as its 2001 Freshman Athlete of the Year and 2003 Female Athlete of the Year. She also won the E8’s Female Athlete of the Year in 2004.
Johnson (2004) was the second Hartwick water polo player to earn All-America honors. She played from 2001-2004 and finished as the program leader in points (355), goals (264) and steals (231) while helping the team to a record of 103-43 and four Collegiate Water Polo Association Northern Division Championships.