Alison Wright
Team: Softball; Inducted 2016

3x All-American, MIAC career hits leader, NCAA Woman of the Year top-30 finalist, Academic All-American of the Year in College Division, 2x Player of the Year in the MIAC.

A three-time softball All-American and a two-time College Division Academic All-American of the Year, Wright battled through a serious back injury to break the MIAC career hits record and finish seventh in Division III history (266 hits in 186 games). Wright was named the College Division Academic All-American of the Year in softball. She graduated with a 3.93 GPA in Business and Financial Management.

In softball, she was named All-MIAC all four years and was MIAC Rookie of the Year in 2007. She batted .500 or better in conference games in each of her four varsity seasons. In 2010 she led the MIAC with a .557 batting average in her 22 conference games. Wright was 39-for-70 with 20 RBI, 13 runs, and 8 doubles.

Her 266 hits in 186 games shattered the conference record of 239 set by ex-Tommie Michelle Wong (2004-2005). Wright finished with 87 multi-hit games on her career, and led her team to a 164-23 record in her era. She had a 34-game hitting streak in 2009, and a 20-game hit streak in 2010. In 186 career games, she batted .469 with 266 hits, 147 runs, 155 RBI, 24 home runs, 53 doubles, 3 triples, 28 walks, 52 stolen bases, 373 total bases, and a .972 fielding percentage.