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Margueritte Aozasa '12, sixth women's UCLA soccer coach; first rookie head coach and first woman of color winner, NCAA Division I Women's Soccer championship

Dennis Awtrey ’70, former professional basketball player, Philadelphia 76ers, Chicago Bulls, Phoenix Suns, Boston Celtics, Seattle SuperSonics, and Portland Trailblazers

Mehdi Ballouchy ’07, former professional soccer player, New York City FC Academy, Vancouver Whitecaps FC, San Jose Earthquakes, New York Red Bulls, SCC Mohammedia, Real Salt Lake, and Colorado Rapids; coach, New York City FC Academy; player of the month, NYCFC Etihad Player of the Month

Bryan Barker ’86, former professional football player, St. Louis Rams, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, Jacksonville Jaguars, Washington Redskins; former pro bowler, NFL Pro Bowl (1997)

John Boccabella ‘63, former professional baseball player, Chicago Cubs, Montreal Expos, and San Francisco Giants

Bruce Bochte ’72, former professional baseball player and all-star, California Angels, Cleveland Indians, Seattle Mariners, Oakland Athletics, Salt Lake City Angels

Paul Bravo ’93, former head coach, Oakland Roots SC; former professional soccer player and all-star, Colorado Rapids; former professional soccer player, U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team, San Francisco Bay Blackhawks and San Jose Clash; former assistant coach and director of soccer, Los Angeles Galaxy; technical director, Colorado Rapids 

Joe Cannon ’98, former professional soccer player, Vancouver Whitecaps, Colorado Rapids, San Diego Flash, San Jose Earthquakes, France Ligue 1, U.S. men’s national soccer team; two-time MLS Goalkeeper of the Year Award winner; color commentator, San Jose Earthquakes 

Mike Carey ’71, former analyst, CBS Sports and NFL Network; former NFL Official; first African-American Superbowl Referee (2008); recipient, best referee award, NFL; former senior referee (one of the two at the time of his retirement), NFL; chairman of the board, SnowSports Industries America; Chief Financial Officer, Serius Innovation

Brandi Chastain ’91, former professional soccer player, FC Gold Pride, Shiroki FC, San Jose Cyber Rays, Women’s United Soccer Association, California Storm, U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team; two-time Olympic gold medalist; Olympic silver medalist; two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup gold medalist ; author, “It’s Not About the Bra”; broadcaster, ABC/ESPN; member, National Soccer Hall of Fame, Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame; All-Time Best XI , USWNT; varsity head coach, Bellarmine College Preparatory; color commentator, NBC Sports, ABC/ESPN; studio commentator, 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup; co-founder, NWSL expansion team BayFC

Anthony Chimienti ’01, former professional soccer player, Sacramento Knights, U.S. Men’s Beach Soccer National Team

Ryan Cochrane ’05,  former professional soccer player, Houston Dynamo, San Jose Earthquakes, New England Revolution, San Antonio Scorpions, and United States National Soccer Team (for the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship)

Doug Cosbie ’79, former professional football player, Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos; three-time pro bowler, Dallas Cowboys; head coach, Bergamo Lions (Italian Football League); Inductee, San Jose Sports Hall of Fame

Steve Cronin ’05, former professional soccer player, Portland Timbers, Los Angeles Galaxy, D.C. United, and Under-20 National Team

Kelly Crowley ’99, two-time Paralympic swimming Gold medalist; 17-time Disability Swimming Champion; ParaCycling Bronze medalist; Time Trial World Champion for ParaCycling; Individual Road Race Bronze medalist for ParaCycling; two-time 2nd place UCI ParaCycling World Cup winner; coach, USA Swimming; founder, Victory Sport Project

Janet Culp ’04, member, 2008 Olympic U.S. synchronized swimming team

Marian (Dalmy) Dougherty ’07, former professional soccer player, Chicago Red Stars, Magic Jack, Portland Thorns FC, and U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team

Eric Denton ’00, former professional soccer player, Colorado Rapids, Columbus Crew, San Jose Earthquakes, and D.C. United

Bill Duffy ’82, former professional sports agent; top twenty most influential minorities in sports, “Sports Illustrated”; former NBA basketball player, Denver Nuggets 

Matt Hatzke ’07, former professional soccer player, Los Angeles Galaxy and San Jose Earthquakes

Sofia Huerta ’15, professional soccer player, OL Reign, ranked second in 2022, Adelaide United, Sydney FC, Houston Dash, Chicago Red Stars, U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, Mexican National Team (first woman to play both for and against the U.S. and Mexican national teams) 

Julie (Johnston) Ertz ’14, professional soccer player, Angel City FC, Chicago Red Stars, U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team; two-time World Cup gold medalist; 2016 Women’s Soccer Olympic team; women’s world cup all-star team, FIFA; recipient, U.S. Soccer Female Player of the Year award; Olympic winner, bronze 2010 Tokyo Olympics; Named to USWNT for 2023 World Cup

Brent Jones ’85, former professional football player (one of the highest winning percentages in NFL history), San Francisco 49ers and Pittsburgh Steelers; three-time All-Pro award winner; three-time Super Bowl winner; former pro bowler, four-time Pro Bowler; former NFL analyst, CBS and The NFL Today; member, San Jose Sports & Entertainment Enterprises board of directors 

Bob LaMonte ’68, sports agent for MLB and NFL head coaches (represented three of the Top Ten NFL Highest Paid Coaches in 2020); author, “Winning the NFL Way” and “Leadership Lessons from Some of the NFL’s Top Head Coaches”; founder and president, Professional Sports Representation, Inc.

Matthew Madigan ’93, coach, 2008, 2012, and 2016 Olympics Women’s Crew team

Terence P. “Pat” Malley ’76, former assistant football coach, San Jose State University; former offensive coordinator, San Jose Sabercats, Arena Football League; former head football coach, Santa Clara University football

Mary McConneloug ’93, mountain bike racer, U.S. mountain biking team (four-time winner of the USA Cross Country Mountain Bike National Championship); competitor 2004 and 2008 Olympics; silver medalist, 2003 Pan American Games

Mike Macfarlane ’86, former professional baseball player, Kansas City Royals (first rookie catcher to start since 1969), Boston Red Sox, and Oakland Athletics; former ESPN analyst; local broadcaster

Pat McPherson ’92, tight-ends coach, Seattle Seahawks; former wide receivers coach and offensive assistant, Denver Broncos

Tommy Medica ’10, retired professional MLB baseball player, Miami Marlins, San Diego Padres, and U.S. national baseball team

Steve Nash ’96, head coach, Brooklyn Nets; former professional basketball player, Los Angeles Lakers, Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks; eight-time NBA all-star; seven-time ALL-NBA; two-time NBA MVP; general manager and former captain, Canadian Men’s National Basketball Team; co-owner, Vancouver Whitecaps FC; member, Basketball Hall of Fame; former consultant, Golden State Warriors

Daniel Nava ’05, professional baseball player, Pittsburg Pirates, Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Angels, Tampa Bay Rays, Boston Red Sox, and the Kansas City Royals (fourth player in MLB history to hit a grand slam in his first major league at bat); Minor League Player of the Month, Red Sox; recipient, Lou Gorman Award, Red Sox; Independent Leagues Top Prospect, Baseball America

Bud Ogden ’69, former professional basketball player, Philadelphia 76ers

Leslie Osborne ’04, former professional soccer player, Chicago Red Stars, U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team, FC Gold Pride, Boston Breakers, and U.S. National Youth Team; former assistant coach, Santa Clara Women’s Soccer ; co-founder, NWSL expansion team BayFC; air talent, WWC 2023

Dan Pastorini ’71, former professional football player and pro bowler, Houston Oilers, Oakland Raiders (won the Super Bowl XV), Los Angeles Rams, and the Philadelphia Eagles; former NHRA Drag Racing Series driver

Mike Pereira ’73, head of officiating, U.S. Football League; analyst, Fox Sports; former vice president of officiating, National Football League (NFL); co-author, “After Further Review”

Lloyd Pierce ’98, lead assistant coach, Indiana Pacers; former coach, Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers, Memphis Grizzlies, Cleveland Cavaliers, and the Golden State Warriors; honorable mention, All-West Coast Conference

Kurt Rambis ’80, senior basketball advisor, Los Angeles Lakers; analyst, ESPN; former head coach, Minnesota Timberwolves, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers; former professional basketball player, Los Angeles Lakers (won 4 NBA championships), Phoenix Suns, Sacramento Kings, Charlotte Hornets, and AEK Athens; winner, four NBA championships; player of the year, West Coast Conference

Cameron Rast ’92, head coach, Santa Clara Men’s Soccer; former assistant coach, U.S. U-17 national team, U.S. U-23 national Olympic team; member, Santa Clara Athletic Hall of Fame

John Savage ‘87, head baseball coach, UCLA; former head coach, U.C. Irvine; former baseball player, Billings Mustangs, Salt Lake City Trappers, Boise Hawks, Reno Silver Sox; former assistant coach, Nevada, USC; former manager, USA Baseball’s Collegiate National Team

Stephen C. Schott ’60, former co-owner, Oakland Athletics; Author, "Long Schott"

Danielle Slaton ’02, soccer analyst, San Jose Earthquakes, Fox Sports, and Pac-12 Network; former professional soccer player, Carolina Courage (named defender of the year), U.S. Women’s National Soccer team, Olympique Lyonnais Division 1 Feminine; Olympic silver medalist; analyst, Fox Sports, Big Ten Network, San Jose Earthquakes; board member, National Advisory Board for Positive Coaching Alliance, Bay Area Women’s Sports Initiative; co-founder, NWSL expansion team BayFC; Air talent, WWC 2023

Sarah Snyder ’04, director of sports nutrition, Baltimore Ravens; former director of sports nutrition, University of Florida, University of Michigan

Aly Wagner ’02, former professional soccer player, Los Angeles Sol, U.S. Women’s National Soccer team; two-time Olympic gold medalist); analyst, ESPN, CBS, Fox Sports (first woman to call a FIFA Men’s World Cup game on U.S. television); owner, Queensboro FC; co-founder, NWSL expansion team BayFC

Jalen Wiliiams '23, top 2023 NBA draft pick, Oklahoma City Thunder

Randy Winn '96, analyst, CSN Bay Area, NBC Sports Bay Area; former professional baseball player, San Francisco Giants, Tampa Bay Devil Rays, Seattle Mariners, New York Yankees, and St. Louis Cardinals