Softball / Inducted Oct. 27, 2007
Garman built the Titan softball program literally from the ground up and was the nation's winningest collegiate coach when she retired after the 1999 season with a 913-376-4 (.708) record in 20 seasons. In 1993 she was inducted into the National Softball Coaches Hall of Fame. The Titans advanced to post-season play in each of their first 17 seasons and made eight appearances in the national finals, winning the Women's College World Series and NCAA championship in 1986. Five times the Titans finished in second or third place. Garman's business acumen rivaled her coaching expertise. She was a master at fund raising and the Titans annually host the premier mid-season collegiate tournament, now known as the Judi Garman Classic. A native of Canada, she still is in great demand internationally as a coach and clinician and has a long relationship with the Italian national team.