- IUB Athletics Hall of Fame (2018)
As a multi-sport coach and administrator, Ann Lawver was one of the pioneers of Indiana University women's athletics. She was the first coach for the Hoosier volleyball program, leading the squad to a 158-148-9 record from 1975-83. In both 1976 and 1977 her Hoosier teams won 28 matches, which still stands as the program standard for single-season victories. In the midst of her eight-year run with IU Volleyball, Lawver also had an enormous impact on IU Softball. She spent three years as the program's head coach from 1977-79 and quickly turned the Hoosiers into a national contender. In her third and final season with the program, she guided IU to a 32-14 record and the program's first-ever trip to the Women's College World Series, where they placed fifth.