Tracey Dickerman Bilski
Tracey Dickerman Bilski
Hometown: Boston, MA
Team: Softball

Tracey Dickerman Bilski '83
Hometown:
Boston, MA
Sport:
Softball
Year Inducted:
1988

Up until 1987, Tracey Dickerman Bilski had held every softball pitching record at Brown – most wins, best ERA, most games pitched, and most shutouts. She gloriously recalls the highlight of her athletic career, “winning the Ivy League Tournament in 1982,” during which she pitched a marathon six games in two days and Tracey was truly a staple of the team. That year the team was 19-14; Tracey was 18-13, with one save, a 1.92 ERA, 35 strikeouts, and 200.1 innings pitched (out of 224.2 for all of Brown’s pitchers). In 1983, her record was 16-10, with an ERA of 2.24, 27 strikeouts, 22 complete games, 165.2 innings pitched, and three shutouts. During both 1982 and 1983 Tracey was named First Team All-Ivy pitcher and selected Brown team MVP. In 1982 she was also named the Ivy League MVP and the WJAR TV Athlete Award for May. In 1983 Brown recognized her as its Outstanding Senior Athlete. After graduation Tracey hung up her glove, for the most part, and moved to Boston, MA where she lives with her husband Mark and attends Harvard University Graduate School of Business.