- Marco "Ostarr" Orlandi, Swiss Poker Champion and member of the national poker team since 2009
- Kelly Kretschman, USA Olympic softball player from 2004-2008
- Mel Allen, legendary voice of the New York Yankees organization and first host of This Week in Baseball
- Lance Cormier, currently with the Baltimore Orioles. Also played for the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Atlanta Braves.
- Butch Hobson, a former Alabama football player, served as a third baseman and manager in MLB for the Boston Red Sox.
- Frank Lary, major league pitcher, most notably for the Detroit Tigers. Selected to the 1960 and 1961 All-Star Team. Awarded Gold Glove Award in 1961.
- Dave Magadan, most notably with the New York Mets. Now the hitting coach for the Boston Red Sox.
- Frank Menechino, infielder for the Oakland Athletics and Toronto Blue Jays for seven total seasons.
- Dustan Mohr, outfielder for the Minnesota Twins and San Francisco Giants
- Del Pratt, played most of his career as a utility player for the St. Louis Browns.
- David Robertson, currently a relief pitcher with the New York Yankees.
- Luke Sewell, younger brother of Joe Sewell. Played 21 seasons as a catcher in the major leagues, mostly with the Cleveland Indians. Also managed 11 seasons for the St. Louis Browns and the Cincinnati Reds.
- Joe Sewell, most notably with the Cleveland Indians. Member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
- Craig Shipley, Australian-born baseball player. Played on various teams, most notably the San Diego Padres, from 1986 to 1998. Finished with a career batting average of .271.
- Riggs Stephenson, left fielder for the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs.
- Al Worthington, nicknamed "Red." Pitcher with several teams from 1953 to 1969, most notably with the Minnesota Twins. Considered the Twins' first great closer.
- Andy Phillips, first baseman in Pittsburgh Pirates' organization.
- Emeel Salem, center fielder in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.
Football - College Coaching
- Dabo Swinney ('93), Head Coach - Clemson University
- Mike Shula ('87) Former Head Coach - Alabama Crimson Tide
- Neil Callaway ('78), Head Coach - UAB Blazers football
- David Cutcliffe ('76), Head Coach - Duke football
- Bobby Bowden ('48), Former Head Coach - Florida State Seminoles
- Sylvester Croom ('75), Former Head Coach - Mississippi State Bulldogs
- Mike Riley ('74), Head Coach - Oregon State Beavers football
- Danny Ford ('70 and '71), Former Head Coach - Clemson University
- Ray Perkins ('66), Former head coach - Alabama Crimson Tide
- Charley Pell ('64), Former Head Coach - Clemson University
- Hootie Ingram ('55), Former Head Coach - Clemson University
- Paul "Bear" Bryant ('36), Head Coach Alabama Crimson Tide Texas A&M Aggies Maryland Terrapins Kentucky Wildcats
- Frank Howard, ('30) Former Head Coach - Clemson University
Football - NFL Coaching
- Freddie Kitchens ('97), Tight Ends Coach - Arizona Cardinals
- Jeff Rutledge '79 Quarterbacks Coach Arizona Cardinals
- Ray Perkins '66, New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- Jason Bohn, PGA Tour. Won tour events in 2005 and 2010.
- Steve Lowery, PGA Tour. Won tour events in 1994, 2000 and 2008.
- Dicky Pride PGA Tour & Nationwide Tour. Won a tour event in 1994
- Jerry Pate, PGA & Champions Tours. 1976 U.S. Open winner. Broadcast golf analyst for ABC, CBS and BBC.
- Bud Cauley, PGA Tour. Turned pro after qualifying for the 2011 US Open and was able to earn his PGA Tour Card without going to Q-School.
- Richard Trammel, World famous golf instructor, author, and inventor who graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2012 at the age of 49 years old. Currently a graduate student at Springfield College in Massachusetts.
- Terin Humphrey, United States Olympian (2004 Athens). Silver Medalist - Team Competition.
- Meredith Willard. 11-time NCAA All American and 1996 All-Around champion.
- Jack Babashoff, United States Olympian (1976 Montreal). Silver Medalist - 100m freestyle.
- Robin Backhaus, United States Olympian (1972 Munich). Silver Medalist - 200m butterfly.
- Cameron Henning, Canadian Olympian (1984 Los Angeles). Bronze Medalist - 200m backstroke.
- Justin Lemberg, Australian Olympian (1984 Los Angeles) Bronze Medalist - 400m freestyle.
- Max Metzger, Australian Olympian (1980 Moscow). Bronze Medalist - 1500m freestyle.
- Jon Olsen, United States Olympian (1992 Barcelona & 1996 Atlanta). Won five medals including four golds.
- Anne Poleska, German Olympian (2000 Sydney & 2004 Athens). Bronze Medalist - 200 breaststroke at the 2004 Summer Games.
- Jon Sieben, Australian Olympian (1984 Los Angeles). Gold Medalist - 200m butterfly.
- Jonty Skinner, National Swim Coach
- Mark Tonelli, Australian Olympian (1976 Montreal & 1980 Moscow). Gold Medal - 400m medley relay.
- Susan Williams, United States Olympian (2004 Athens). Bronze Medalist - Triathlon.
- Juan-Carlos Bianchi, Tennis Professional & Venezuelan Olympian. Played on the Venezuela Davis Cup team and represented Venezuela at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
- Ellis Ferreira, Tennis Professional and Olympian. Represented South Africa at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta. Once ranked no. 1 Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) doubles player in the World.
Track & Field
- Pauline Davis-Thompson, Bahamian Olympian (1996 Atlanta & 2000 Sydney). Gold Medalist - 4x100 Meter Relay; Gold Medalist - 200 Meter Dash (Sydney) & 4x400 Meter Relay (Atlanta).
- Lillie Leatherwood, United States Olympian (1984 Los Angeles & 1988 Seoul). Gold (Los Angeles) & Silver (Seoul) Medalist - 4x400 Meter Relay.
- Liz McColgan, British & Scottish Olympian (1988 Seoul, 1992 Barcelona & 1996 Atlanta). Silver Medalist - 10,000 Meter Run (Seoul).
- Emmit King, 1983 NCAA 100m champion. Bronze medal in the 100m at the 1983 World Championships.
- Calvin Smith, Former world record holder, 100m.
- Jan Johnson, United States Olympian (1972 Munich Olympics). Bronze Medalist - Pole Vault
- Kirani James, Grenadian Olympian (2012 London) 400m Gold Medalist
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“Short of a wholesale reform of college athleticsa complete breakdown of the whole system that is now focused on money and powerthe womens programs are just as doomed as the mens are to move further and further away from the academic mission of their colleges.... We have to decide if thats the kind of success for womens sports that we want.”
—Christine H. B. Grant, U.S. university athletic director. As quoted in the Chronicle of Higher Education, p. A42 (May 12, 1993)
“It was so hard to pry this door open, and if I mess up I know the people behind me are going to have it that much harder. Because then theres living proof. They can sit around and say, See? It doesnt work. I dont want to be their living proof.”
—Gayle Gardner, U.S. sports reporter. As quoted in Sports Illustrated, p. 87 (June 17, 1991)