Lindsey Bradt '02 (Women's Basketball and Softball) – The two-time First-Team All-American is one of the most decorated female student-athletes in the history of Hudson Valley Community College. Bradt, a two-sport athlete is a two-time Lester Higbee Memorial Award winner as the Most Outstanding Female Athlete and owns three women's basketball records for most career points (1,164), most points scored in a single season (669) and most points scored in a single game (40 vs. Finger Lakes).
As the two-time Region 3 Player of the Year, Bradt led the nation's top-ranked Vikings in 2001-02 to the Region 3 Championship and was named the Region 3 Tournament Most Valuable Player before finishing seventh at the National Tournament. Bradt owns a career record of 51-9 and finished her career averaging 19.4 points, 7.8 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 2.9 steals per game. Bradt is the first and only student-athlete in school history to score more than 1,000 points in her career, earning her a full athletic scholarship to St. Michael's College in Vermont where she graduated cum laude. On May 14, 2002, Hudson Valley Community College Athletics retired Bradt's women's basketball jersey No. 25 during the annual athletics awards banquet, becoming the first and only student-athlete to have their jersey retired. Bradt, a two-time Academic All-American was awarded the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Academic Excellence for her success in the classroom.
As a two-sport athlete, Bradt guided the Vikings softball program to new heights during her only season in 2002. She finished the year with a .390 batting average as the Vikings won the Mountain Valley Conference Championship, the school's first ever Region 3 Softball Championship before ending her career as the 2002 National Runner-up in the National Tournament, earning National First-Team All-Tournament and Region 3 Tournament Most Outstanding Player honors.
The 2017 Class will be enshrined during Homecoming Weekend on Oct. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the McDonough Sports Complex. The Class of 2017 also will be honored at halftime of the football game when Hudson Valley Community College hosts Milford Academy on Saturday, Oct. 7 at 1 p.m.