She and her classmate, Janelle Poorman, joined the club this season. Former Selinsgrove standout Amy Long (class of 1997) is another player on that list.
"That group of seniors had four successful years. They sure raised the bar for other (classes) to follow," Lazorka said. "They rewrote the record books over the last few years."
Not only did Cline get to Lycoming on the strength of her bat, her voice played a role as well.
Cline, who sang the national anthem at lot of Mifflinburg sporting events in high school, also sang in the chamber choir all four years in Williamsport.
"I also sang in the fall at almost every home football game," Cline said. "I did a couple of basketball games in the fall as well."
Cline will graduate May 5 with a clinical psychology degree with a certification in special education.
"I've enjoyed almost every minute since I've gotten to Lycoming from sports to music to my education," Cline said.
Cline plans to teach after graduation and has applied to several school districts. She would also like to pursue coaching in either softball or basketball, a sport she played in high school.
"I would really like to coach and hopefully a teaching job would lead to that," Cline said. "I've played softball forever and I miss basketball a lot.
"I'll coach high school, college or Little League. I think I can show what I've learned over the years and the love I have for these sports."