Mike Krzyzewski - "Coach K," Duke University Head Men's Basketball Coach; 4X NCAA National Champions ('91, '92, '01, '10), 2008 Men's Olympic Basketball Coach (Gold Medal); NABC "Coach of the Decade,"12X NABC "Coach of the Year," Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2001) , Named to Sporting News' list of the 50 greatest coaches of all time (MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, college basketball, and college football … is at #19), 2011 Sports Illustrated "Sportsman of the Year" award
Bob Knight - former head coach at Texas Tech and Indiana University; Over 900 career wins, 3X National Championship Coach, Five Final 4 appearances; 4X National Coach of the Year; 1984 US Men's Olympic Coach (Gold Medal), Named to Sporting News' list of the 50 greatest coaches of all time (MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, college basketball, and college football … is at #16)
Dean Smith - legendary University of North Carolina head coach; 879 career wins; 2X NCAA Championship Coach; 4X National Coach of the Year; Basketball Hall of Fame ('83), Named to Sporting News' list of the 50 greatest coaches of all time (MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, college basketball, and college football … is at #8)
Pete Newell - Basketball Hall of Fame ('79), Gold Medal Olympic Team ('60), NCAA Championship ('59), NIT Championship ('49 ) Named to Sporting News' list of the 50 greatest coaches of all time (MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, college basketball, and college football … is at #31)
Tex Winter - Innovator of the Triangle Offense; former Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls Assistant Coach; inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2011
Vance Walberg - Creator of the Innovative Dribble Drive Attack Offense
Morgan Wootten - He has the most wins as a head coach in the history of basketball on any level. His career coaching record stands at 1,274-192. One of three high school coaches to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame (2000)
Bob Hurley - St. Anthony's High School (NJ) Basketball Coach; 2010 Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee; 27x State Parochial Championships; 65-game win streak (2010-12); back-to-back Xcellent 25 (MaxPreps) National Champions (2011-10); 3x USA Today National Championships (1989, 1996, 2008); 3x National Coach of the Year by USA Today ('89, '96, '08); over 1,000 career victories
Larry Brown - He has won over 1,000 professional games as a coach in the ABA and NBA and is the only coach in NBA history to lead eight different teams to the playoffs. He is 1,275–965 in his career. He is also the only coach in history to win both an NCAA National Championship (Kansas, '88) and an NBA Championship (Detroit, '04). Enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002, he is widely considered one of the greatest coaches in basketball history.
Tom Izzo – Michigan State University Head Coach; 3x National Coach of the Year,2000 NCAA Champions, 4X National Coach of the Year awards
Jim Boeheim - Syracuse University Head Coach; 2010 Naismith 'Coach of the Year'; 2003 NCAA Champions; 4x Big East Coach of the Year; Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2005); US Men's Olympic Assistant Coach ('08/Gold Medal)
Jim Calhoun – former University of Connecticut head coach, 2011 NCAA Championship Coach - only the fifth coach to win three NCAA titles (2011, 2004 & 1999); member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (Class of 2005); 17 Big East Championships (10 regular season 7 tournament titles); 873 career victories
Pat Summitt – legendary Tennessee Women's Basketball coach from 1974-2012. 8 NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Championships ('87,'89,'91,'96,'97,'98,'07,'08), 16-time SEC Champions, 7X NCAA Coach of the Year ('83, '87, '89, '94, '95, '98, '04), Naismith Coach of the 20th Century, 2012 Presidential Medal of Freedom , International Women's Sports Hall of Fame ('90), Women's basketball Hall of Fame ('99), Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame ('00), ESPY's 2008 'Best Coach/Manager' (in all sports), Named to Sporting News' list of the 50 greatest coaches of all time (MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, college basketball, and college football … is at #11); Two courts used by NCAA Division I basketball teams are named in her honor: "Pat Head Summitt Court" at the University of Tennessee-Martin, and "The Summitt" at the University of Tennesse; She also has two streets named after her: "Pat Head Summitt Street" on the University of Tennessee campus and "Pat Head Summitt Avenue" on the University of Tennessee-Martin campus. Awarded the Arthur Ashe Courage Award (2012). She also led the 1984 Olympic team to a gold medal.
Hubie Brown – retired NBA coach; Currently a broadcaster for ABC/ESPN. 2x NBA Coach of the Year ('78, '04), 1975 ABA Championship, inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2005
Bill Cartwright - Phoenix Suns Assistant Coach; former NBA player with the New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls and Seattle Supersonics; 5x NBA Championships (3x as a player, 2x as an assistant coach); NBA All-Star (1980); NBA All-Rookie First Team (1980); 2x All American at the University of San Francisco
Jackie Stiles - Loyola Marymount University Assistant Women's Basketball Coach; 2001 WNBA Rookie of the Year;All-American at Southwest Missouri State University; 3X MVC Player of the Year;4X MVC All-Conference Selection; led the nation in scoring (27.8 ppg) her junior year; All-time leading scorer in Kansas High School Basketball history (boys and girls)
Rick Barry - Basketball Hall of Fame (1987); Named one of the 50 Greatest Players in History by the NBA in 1996, Barry is the only player to lead the NCAA, ABA and NBA in scoring for an individual season. One of the greatest pure small forwards of all time as a result of his very precise outside shot, uncanny court vision, knowledge and execution of team defense principles, tenacious and oft-times demanding will to win, and unorthodox but accurate underhanded free throw shooting.
Derrick Rose - Chicago Bulls point guard, 2010-11 NBA Most Valuable Player award (youngest player to win the award), 2008-09 Rookie-of-the-Year, 3x NBA All-Star, All-NBA First Team (2011), NBA All-Rookie First Team (2009), NBA Skills Challenge Champion (2009)
Geno Auriemma - 7x NCAA Women's Basketball National Championship Coach; back-to-back undefeated national championship seasons (2009 and 2010);7x AP National Coach of the year; 3x WBCA National Coach of the Year; four undefeated seasons; Naismith Hall of Fame inductee (2006); over 35 Big East regular season and tournament titles; Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2006); Division I record winning streak of 90 games; 2012 US Olympic Head Coach (Gold Medal),
Herb Magee - Philadelphia University Head Coach;distinguished member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2011); won over 930 games (most wins in NCAA Division II men's basketball history); Known as 'the Shot Doctor' across America, Coach Magee has worked with several current NBA players to help better their shooting performance
Van Chancellor -Louisiana State University Head Women's Coach;2004 US Olympic Head Coach (Gold Medal),4X WNBA Championship Coach, Naismith Hall of Fame (2007)
Jerry Tarkanian -former Head Coach UNLV; with a 729–201 career coaching record (78.4%) across all college divisions, Tarkanian is in the top 21 for collegiate wins among all men's coaches. Only four other coaches have a higher winning percentage. He is also one of few college coaches to lead three different schools to 20-win seasons. He accomplished a 20-win season at each school in his first year. Won the 1990 NCAA Championship at UNLV.
JT Curtis - John Curtis Christian School (LA) Head Coach, over 500 career coaching victories - only the second high school football coach in history to reach 500 wins;2011 Louisiana Class 2A State High School Champions (24 State HS Football titles total); 2006 USA Today National HS Coach of the Year
Gayle Hatch - member in both the USA Weightlifting and USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Halls of Fame; Head Coach of the Men's 2004 USA Olympic Weightlifting Team in Athens, Greece.
Ed Thomas - former Aplington-Parkersburg HS (IA) Head Coach, 2x State Champions; NFL's 2006 "High School Coach-of-the-Year" Award, four Thomas-coached linemen have had NFL careers including Casey Wiegmann, Jared DeVries, Aaron Kampman and Brad Meester.
Russ Rose - Penn State University Head Coach; Four consecutive NCAA Championships (2010, 2009, 2008, 2007) and five overall; 3X AVCA 'National Coach of the Year' awards, over 1000 career coaching victories, recognized by USA Volleyball as one of their 'All-Time Great Coaches' in 2005
Al Scates - legendary Hall of Fame Volleyball coach for the UCLA Men's Volleyball program; Over his 50-year career Scates has led teams to 19 National Championships (highest total of any volleyball coach ever and tied for highest of all sport coaches in NCAA history), 5x National Coach of the Year, Inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame ('93), the UCLA Hall of Fame (`03) and the AVCA Hall of Fame (`04)
John Dunning - Stanford University Head Women's Volleyball Coach; 2004 & 2001 NCAA Champs; former University of Pacific Head Coach (1985 & 1986 NCAA Champions)
Mick Haley - USC Head Women's Volleyball Coach; 2X national champions (2002 and 2003), six NCAA Final Four appearances (2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2011); 2011 Pac-12 Coach of the Year
Dave Shoji - 2010 AVCA Hall of Fame inductee; 4x National Champion, 9x WAC Coach of the Year; National Coach of the Year (1982); named to the list of all-time great coaches by USA Volleyball (2002); named coach of the NCAA 25th Anniversary team. Shoji ranks second in NCAA history in career victories (950+) and in career winning percentage (.849).
John Cook - 2x NCAA Championship coach ('00, '06), Volleyball Magazine 'Coach of the Year', USA Volleyball All-Time Great Coach award (2008), 2X AVCA 'Coach of the Year '
Mary Wise - 2X AVCA Coach of the Year, 12X winner of the SEC 'Coach of the Year' Award, recipient of the American Volleyball Coaches Association All-Time Great Coach award (2006), Past president of American Volleyball Coaches Association
Terry Pettit - former NCAA Championship Coach (1995) at Nebraska, 3x National 'Coach of the Year' award winner, USA Volleyball All-Time Great Coach Award Winner (2004) , Also coached 2 NCAA National Runner-up finishes ('86, '89), 6 Final Four appearances, 19 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances from '82-'99, and won the Big 8/Big 12 every year he coached except '77 and '97, guiding the Huskers to a 694-148 record in his 23 years; he averaged a 30-6 record each season as coach. Currently, he is Director of Leadership Academies at the University of Denver and Colorado State University.
Dan Gable - wrestling legend; won 15 NCAA Championships and 21 straight Big Ten Titles as the University of Iowa head coach; as a wrestler, went undefeated in high school (IA) and won 2 NCAA titles at Iowa State University. Gable won the Olympic Gold Medal in '72 (with no points scored against him) and went on to coach the Freestyle Olympic teams in '80, '84, and 2000
John Smith - Oklahoma State University Head Coach, 5x NCAA Championship coach; 8x Big 12 'Coach of the Year'; 9 Big 12 Conference Championships; 2X Olympic Gold Medalist, 6X World Champion, 2X NCAA Champion; In 1990, he was awarded the James E. Sullivan Award by the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) as the outstanding amateur athlete in the U.S.
Bobby Douglas – former head Wrestling Coach at Iowa State University and Arizona State University ('88 NCAA Championship); one of only four collegiate coaches to win more than 400 dual meets, coached 13 NCAA champions, 110 All-America performances and 68 conference titles; Coached wrestling legend Cael Sanderson to a gold medal in the 185-pound weight class at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Other accolades include: 2004 USA Wrestling Freestyle Coach of the Year, Edward Clark Gallagher Award (2005) recipient, 2005 Iowa State Alumni Association Impact Award, NAIA Hall of Fame ('85), Arizona Wrestling Hall of Fame ('99), Dan Brands Hall of Fame ('02), Ohio Wrestling Hall of Fame, Ohio Wrestler Of the Decade (60's), U. S. Olympic Wrestling Committee (1976 – present), U.S. Freestyle World Team Head Coach('89, '91, '02, '03), U.S. Olympic Coach (1992, 2004), W.I.N. Magazine's 'Coach of the Year' (2002), NWCA 'Coach of the Year' (2000), USA Wrestling's 'Man of the Year' ('92), USA Freestyle 'Wrestling Coach of the Year' ('92), Ovac Hall of Fame (2004)
Bruce Baumgartner - The most decorated American wrestler of all time, winning 4 Olympic Medals (2-Gold, 1-Silver, 1-Bronze), 9 World Championship Medals (3-Gold, 3-Silver, 3-Bronze) and 4 Pan-American Medals (3-Gold, 1-Silver); he also won 12 World Cup Medals (7-Gold, 5-Silver), an NCAA title (and 2 Runner-Up finishes), 4 Olympic Festival titles, 2 AAU National titles and a Junior National title. Accolades also include: Indiana State University Athletic Hall of Fame ('98); Named an 'Institutional Great'/Missouri Valley Conference Hall of Fame ('03), US Olympic Hall of Fame ('08), National Wrestling Hall of Fame ('02) the International Wrestling Federation Hall of Fame(FILA) in 2003. In 1995, he was awarded the James E. Sullivan Award by the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) as the outstanding amateur athlete in the U.S.
Tom Brands - University of Iowa Head Coach;3x NCAA Champions (2008-10); 2008 NWCA 'Coach of the Year'; 3X Big Ten Conference Champions; 3X Big Ten Conference 'Coach of the Year' (first coach in conference history to earn the honor in three consecutive seasons); '96 Olympic Gold Medalist, 2X World Cup Champion, 3X NCAA Champion wrestler (Iowa), 2004 Olympic Freestyle Coach, 1993 World Freestyle Championships (Gold), 2X World Cup Gold Medalist ('94, '95); 1995 Pan American Games (Gold), 1993 USA Wrestling 'Athlete of the Year', 1993 John Smith Outstanding Freestyle Wrestler, and 1993 Amateur Wrestling News 'Man of the Year'. Inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame (2001)
Russ Cozart - Brandon (FL) HS Head Coach;2012 Florida 3A High School State Champions;23x Florida High School State Champs (including 12 in a row); winners of 459 straight wrestling matches (“The Streak”),2x National Coach of the Year; 8x Florida Coach of the Year
Kevin Jackson - Iowa State University Head Coach; former US National Freestyle Coach, 1992 Olympic Gold Medalist; 2X World Championships Gold Medal winner ('93, '95) , 2X Pan American Games Gold Medal winner ('91, '95), 4X All-American (LSU & Iowa State University)
Randy Lewis - 1984 Olympic Gold Medalist, 2X Olympian;2X NCAA Champ, 4X All-American for the University of Iowa, 2X NCAA Champion, 1990 Pan American Games gold medal winner
Terry Brands - University of Iowa Assistant Coach; 3x NCAA Champions (2008-10); former USA National Freestyle Resident Coach, Bronze Medalist 2000 Olympic Games, 2X World Champion('93, '95), 2X NCAA Champion wrestler (University of Iowa)
Ken Chertow - US Olympian;3x NCAA All American and 3x Academic All-American at Penn State, 2x Junior World Champion, Midlands Champion and Outstanding Wrestler.
Barry Davis - Head Coach University of Wisconsin; 2010 NWCA National Coach of the Year; Olympic Silver Medalist,3X NCAA Champion at Iowa, Career wins leader (162) at Iowa
Jeff Swenson - former Augsburg College Head Wrestling Coach(now AD); 10X NCAA Division III National Championship Coach;13X MIAC Coach of the Year,6X NWCA National Coach of the Year, inducted into the NCAA Division III Wrestling Coaches Hall of Fame in 2005
Russ Hellickson –1976 Olympics (Silver Medal - heavyweight), former Ohio State University Head Coach (2002 NWCA Coach of the Year, 2X Big Ten Coach of the Year)
Jeff Buxton - Blair Academy Head Wrestling Coach; 2012 National Prep Champions (32nd straight National Prep title); Along with the National Prep title, Blair Academy also won the Ironman, Beast of the East, and Powerade tournament titles in 2012 finishing as the top ranked high school team in the country (the 10th time they have finished #1 since 1995), USA Wrestling's Lifetime Achievement Award (2010)
Pat Smith - former Oklahoma State University Assistant Coach, 2006, '05, '04 & '03 NCAA Champions;first 4X NCAA National Champion in the history of the sport; National Wrestling Hall of Fame (2006)
Jim Miller - Wartburg College Head Coach; 2011 NCAA D-III National Champs; 8x NCAA D-III Champs;19 consecutive Iowa Conference championships; member of the National Wrestling Coaches Association's Division III Hall of Fame; 5x National 'Coach of the Year' awards
Ben Peterson - 1972 Gold Medalist & 1976 Silver Medalist, 2X NCAA Champion (University of Iowa)
J Robinson - University of Minnesota Head Coach;3X NCAA Champions ('07, '03 & '02), 3X National "Coach of the Year;" member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame (2005); member of WIN Magazine's All-Olympic 'team of the century'
Pat Henry - Texas A&M Head Track and Field Coach; His lengthy list of NCAA Championships includes: NCAA Men's Indoor('01), NCAA Men's Outdoor ('89, '90, '02, '09, '10, '11), NCAA Women's Indoor ('89, '91, '93, '94, '95, '96, '97, '02, '03, '04), NCAA Women's Outdoor ('88, '89, '90, '91, '92, '93, '94, '95, '96, '97, '00, '03, '04, '09, '10, '11) Henry has won 33 NCAA titles in his coaching career - ranking him third all time in NCAA titles won; U.S. Men's National Team Head Coach at the 2007 World Championships (record 10 Gold Medals). His accolades include: NCAA Men's Outdoor Coach of the Year ('02, '03, '09), NCAA Women's Indoor Coach of the Year (2003), NCAA Women's Outdoor Coach of the Year ('93, '95, '09), 4x Big 12 Women's Indoor Coach of the Year, 3x Big 12 Women's Outdoor Coach of the Year3x SEC Men's Indoor Coach of the Year, 3x SEC Men's Outdoor Coach of the Year, 6x SEC Women's Indoor Coach of the Year, 3x SEC Women's Outdoor Coach of the Year
Clyde Hart - Baylor University Director of Track and Field and 400M Coach; Hart has coached eight Olympians to 12 Olympic medals -- 9 Gold, including winning the 400 meter in three straight Olympic games.While at Baylor, Hart has coached 34 national champions (14 individual and 20 relay) and 533 All-Americans. Hart-coached athletes include Michael Johnson, Jeremy Wariner, Darold Williamson and Sanya Richards-Ross!
Jeff Hartwig – 2X Olympic Pole Vaulter (2008 , 1996); 4x US National Outdoor Champion ('98, '99, '02, 03), 2x US National Indoor Champion ('99, '07), Former American Record Holder Outdoors (19'9 ˝)", American Record Holder Indoors (Currently 19'9").
Ken Brauman - Seminole (FL) High School Track & Field Coach; 2012 US Olympic Team Head Manager; 10x Florida Track & Field Coach of the Year;1997 National High School Track and Field Coach of the Year; member of the Florida Track and Field Hall of Fame; has coached 57 High School All-Americans
Chick Hislop - Former Weber State University Head Coach; U.S. Assistant Coach at 1996 Olympics; 21 Big Sky Conference Championships; Coached Former American Record Holder Henry Marsh; Coached 42 athletes 9:00 or under, including 13 athletes under 8:39
Jack Daniels, Ph.D. - Center for High Altitude Training; State University of New York at Cortland former head track and cross-country coach, 8X NCAA Division III National Champions
Tom Pukstys - 2012 US Olympic Team Assistant Coach (Throws); 2x Olympian and 6x USA Champion;
Tom Tellez - former Head Coach, University of Houston, U.S. Track Coaches Association Hall of Fame Coach of Carl Lewis and Leroy Burrell
Maurice Wilson - Jamaican National Track & Field Team Head Coach (2012 Olympic Games), Jamaican National Track & Field Team Assistant Coach (Sprints) at the 2008 and 2004 Olympic Games and in four World Championships; Head Coach to the 2002 and 2001 Jamaican World Junior Teams; Head Girls Track Coach at Holmwood Technical High School in Manchester (JA) where his squads have taken seven consecutive girls National Championships
Lisa Fernandez - UCLA Pitching Coach, 3x Olympic gold-medal winner. She is also a three-time Honda award-winner for softball and the first softball player ever to win the Honda-Broderick Cup, given to the top collegiate female athlete across all sports. As a collegiate athlete she was a four-time, first-team All-American who led UCLA to two national championships (1990 & 1992)
Mike Candrea - University of Arizona Head Softball Coach; 8X NCAA Champions (including back-to-back in 2006 and 2007), 2010 Women's College World Series Runner-ups; 2008 US Olympic Softball Coach; 2004 US Olympic Softball Coach (gold medal)
Linda Wells - University of Arizona Head Softball Coach; 8X NCAA Champions (including back-to-back in 2006 and 2007), 2010 Women's College World Series Runner-ups; 2008 US Olympic Softball Coach; 2004 US Olympic Softball Coach (gold medal)
George Wares - Central College Head Coach, 909 Career wins - winningest coach in NCAA Division III softball history, 2007 inductee to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Hall of Fame, 4x National Championship Coach
Richard Quick - Former Auburn University Head Men's and Women's Swim Coach; former Stanford University Head Women's Swimming Coach, 12 NCAA Team Championships, 5X NCAA "Coach of the Year" awards, coach of six US Olympic Swimming teams, Inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame and Museum (ISHOF) in 2000
Eddie Reese - University of Texas Head Men's Swimming Coach;2010 NCAA Champions; 3X Olympic Head Coach, 10 NCAA Championships, 8X NCAA "Coach of the Year", Inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame and Museum (ISHOF) in 2000
David Marsh - 8 X NCAA Coach of the Year,12 X NCAA Championships at Auburn; 2 X Olympic Coach, Head Coach, Mecklenburg Aquatic Club of North Carolina
Jack Bauerle - University of Georgia Head men's and women's swim coach;4x NCAA Women's champion, 7x SEC Women's champion,5x NCAA coach of the year, 12xSEC coach of the year; Team USA Women's Head Coach 2008 Beijing Olympics
Frank Busch - University of Arizona Head Coach;2012 US Olympic Team Assistant Coach;2X NCAA Championship Coach;5 X NCAA Coach of the Year,10 X Pac Ten Coach of the Year
Dr. Jeff Huber - Indiana University Men's and Women's Head Diving Coach;2008, '00 & '04 U. S. Olympic Diving Coach,2005 NCAA National Women's Diving Coach of the Year;13 X Big Ten Coach of the Year, 8 X US Diving 'National Coach of the Year' and USOC National 'Diving Coach of the Year'
Dom Starsia - University of Virginia Head Coach; 2011 NCAA Champions; 3X F. Morris Touchstone Division I Head Coach of the Year Award winner ('11, '91, '85); 4x National Champions ('11, '06, '03, '99); 7X ACC Coach of the Year (winningest coach in conference history); National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2008)
Kelly Amonte Hiller -Northwestern University head women's lacrosse coach;7x NCAA National Champions; 6x National Coach of the Year; 2x National Player of the year at Maryland, ACC Athlete of the Year (Maryland, '96); was on 2 National Championship teams as a player
Jim Berkman - Salisbury University Head Coach; 8x National Championship Coach (D-III);six championships in seven years; (USILA) Division III Coach of the Year honors ('08), 2x FieldTurf Tarkett Coach of the Year honor ('06, '07), and CAC Coach of the Year in '91, '96, '02, '03, and each year from '05 to '08; has coached 8 national players of the year; is the all-time winningest NCAA lacrosse coach
Gary Gait -Syracuse University Women's Head Lacrosse Coach; former Colorado Mammoth (NLL) Head Coach, NLL Champions (2006); member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2005) and the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame
Jack Kaley - former New York Institute of Technology Head Lacrosse Coach; 2008 NCAA Division II Men's Lacrosse National Champions; 4X NCAA Div. II Coach of the Year, 4X NCAA National Champions, All-time Winningest Coach in Division I and Division II (84.3%); 500+ wins; Team USA Assistant Coach, German National Team Head Coach; member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2010)
Dave Pietramala - Johns Hopkins Head Lacrosse Coach; 2x National Champions (2007 & 2005); six trips to the Final Four in eight years (2001-08);only person to win a Men's NCAA Lacrosse Championship as a player and a coach; member of the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2004)
Johnny Mouradian - Philadelphia Wings General Manager and Head Coach; 2004 National Lacrosse League 'Coach of the Year'; Inducted into the National Lacrosse League Hall of Fame ('08), only GM to win five NLL Championships.
Bill Tierney - University of Denver Head Men's Lacrosse Coach, 2010 ECAC Champions; 2010 ECAC Coach of the Year; 2010 Lacrosse Magazine "Person of the Year", former Princeton University Head Lacrosse Coach;6x NCAA Championship Coach; 14x Ivy League Champions;2x National Coach of the Year; National Lacrosse Hall of Fame (2002); 1998 US National Team Coach (World Champions)
Ray Tanner – former University of South Carolina Head Coach, Back-to-Back National Champions ('10 & '11) and 2X CWS Runner-up ('02, '12); 3x US National Coach of the Year ('00, '10, '11); ACC Coach of the Year ('90), 3X SEC Coach of the Year ('98, '00, '11)
Justin Dehmer - Martensdale-St. Marys (IA) HS Head Coach; back-to-back-to-back Class 1A State Championships ('10, '11, '12), winners of 88 straight games - second longest streak in high school baseball history
Kevin Long - Hitting Coach for the 2009 World Champion New York Yankees;
Alex Rodriguez - 3x American League MVP; 10x Silver Slugger Award Winner, 4x Hank Aaron Award Winner
Jim Morris – University of Miami Head Coach 1999 & 2001 NCAA Champions, 2X National Coach of the Year, #13 All-time on college coaching career wins by a manager; is currently 6th among active coaches in total career wins
Pete Rose - former Major League Baseball All Star, played 24 seasons for the Cincinnati Reds, Philadelphia Phillies and Montreal Expos; 1963 NL Rookie of the Year; 1973 NL MVP; 17x All-Star; MLB all-time hits leader with 4,256; a lifetime .303 batting average
Jim Dietz - former San Diego State University Head Coach, ABCA Hall of Fame 2002; #22 on the 'All-time Career Coaching Wins for a College Coach' list (1230 wins)
Schellas Hyndman - FC Dallas (MLS) Head Coach; 2010 MLS Coach of the Year; former Southern Methodist University Head Men's Soccer Coach, led SMU to three NCAA Division I College Cups; fourth on the all-time win list of NCAA Division I Soccer Coaches, NSCAA Coach of the Year (1981); 7x NSCAA/Adidas Regional "Coach of the Year" awards, past NSCAA president (2005), NSCAA Director of Coaching Emeritus
George Gwozdecky - University of Denver Head Coach;2x NCAA National Champions, 2x National Coach of the Year; over 450 career wins; the only coach in NCAA history to win a hockey national title as a player, assistant coach and head coach
Jack Parker - Boston University;3x NCAA Champion Coach ('78, '95, 09); 3X NCAA Coach of the Year ('75, '78, '09); four consecutive Eastern College Athletic Conference crowns and 21 Beanpots; Coach Parker is loved and revered by Boston University students; so much, in fact, that Rhett's, a popular Boston grill, features the “Parker Burger”(A Cheeseburger consisting of fresh, not frozen ground beef, bleu cheese, and bacon).
Jeff Sauer -former University of Wisconsin Head Coach;2X National Championship Coach ('83, '90), 2011 recipient of the NHL's Lester Patrick Trophy for outstanding service to hockey in the United States, recipient of the JOFA/USA Hockey Distinguished Achievement Award in 2000
Mike McShane - Norwich University Head Men's Hockey Coach; 2010 NCAA D-III National Champions; 2010 American Hockey Coaches' Association D-III National Coach of the Year;3x NCAA D-III National Championships,4x National Coach of the Year; over 500 career victories and 9x appearances in the D-III Frozen Four.
Bill Beaney - Middlebury College, 8X D-III NCAA Champions, Ranks 11th all-time among college men's ice hockey coaches with 543 wins
Jerry Popp - Wilmar (MN) High School Cross Country & Track Coach; 39x State Championship Coach, North Dakota Coach of the Year 27 times; 3x National Coach of the Year; National High School Sports Hall of Fame (2005)
Jack Daniels, Ph.D. – named 'World's Best Coach' by Runner's World magazine; Center for High Altitude Training; State University of New York at Cortland former head track and cross-country coach, 8X NCAA Division III National Champions, 2X US Olympic medalist in pentathlon ('56 – silver, '60 – bronze)
Marcus O'Sullivan - Villanova Head Track & Field and Head Men's Cross Country Coach, 4 X Olympian, 3 X World Champion, 100 Sub 4-minute miles in a 15 year pro career, voted NCAA National Cross Country Coach of the Year in 1998. He is one of three men to run more than100 sub-4:00 minute miles.
'Uncle' Marty Stern -legendary Villanova Track and Cross Country Coach, 5X NCAA Team Championships, 6X NCAA "National Coach of the Year", Coached 145 All-Americans, 3X Pennsylvania State HS Championships, on the 1988 US Olympics coaching staff
Joe Newton - York HS (IL) Head Cross Country Coach; winner of 19 National Championships, 27 State Championships, and 100+ Conference Titles;4x National Cross Country Coach of the Year. Newton was the first high school coach named to the U.S. Olympic track staff for the 1988 Games in Seoul.
Lawrence Eyre - USPTA "National High School Coach of the Year" 2009, former Maharishi HS (Iowa) Head Tennis Coach; Professional 1 Certified Tennis Teacher(USPTA -1991), 16 State of Iowa Titles (4 team, 7 singles, 5 doubles), 10 runner-up (7 team, 1 singles, 2 doubles) featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd"
Luke Jensen - Syracuse Women's Tennis Head Coach, ESPN tennis analyst, 10 ATP Tour doubles titles (includes the `93 French Open doubles title), University of Southern California (All-American). In 1984 - was the #1-ranked junior singles/doubles player (in the world)
Peter Smith - University of Southern California Men's Tennis Coach; Back-to-Back-to-Back-to-Back (2009/2010/2011/2012) NCAA Champions; 2011 USPTA National College "Coach of the Year"; 2010 & 2012 Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) "Coach of the Year"
Dr. Allen Fox - former coach Pepperdine University men's tennis team; his teams reached the NCAA finals twice, the semi-finals three times, and the quarter-finals six times. He was named to the Intercollegiate Tennis Coaches Hall of Fame. As an athlete won the 1960 doubles title (UCLA) and the singles title in 1961. 3X All-American and voted UCLA Athlete of the Year honors for all sports. He won the 1962 US National Hard Court title and the US singles title at Cincinnati. He also reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon in 1965. Named to the US Davis Cup team in '61, '62, and '66. Named to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Hall of Fame as a player and a coach in 1988. He is also a former editor of Tennis Magazine.
Beth Anders - Head Coach, Old Dominion University, 9X NCAA Championship Coach; member of the United States Field Hockey Coaches Association Hall of Fame (1989); 2X US Olympian (Bronze medal winner in 1984), 12X CAA Coach of the Year, 2X NFHCA/Dita National Coach of the Year award winner
Beth Bozman -former Duke University Head Coach, member of the NFHCA Hall of Fame (2008); led Duke to four consecutive Final Fours from 2003-06, finishing as the national runner-up in three of those occasions (2003-05); guided two programs (Duke and Princeton) to three straight Final Fours!
Bertie Landes - Shippensburg University Head Coach; a 2011 selection to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) Hall of Fame; Over 400 career victories
Missy Meharg -University of Maryland Head Coach; 2011 & 2010 Back-to-Back National Champions; 7X National Coach of the Year; 7x NCAA Championship Coach (1993, 1999, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011); member of the NFHCA Hall of Fame (2009);2009 NCAA Runner-Up; 7X ACC Champions, Over 360 career victories
Jovan Vavic - USC Head Men's and Women's Water Polo Coach; 10-time MPSF Coach of the Year, 10X National Coach of the Year, 10 National Championships, 9 Cutino Award winners
Kirk Everist - University of California, Berkeley Head Men's Coach, '06 & '07 NCAA Champions; as a player - 3x All-American, NCAA Player of the Year ('88) and 2x US Olympian, Cal Athletic Hall of Fame ('04) and USA Water Polo Hall of Fame ('04)
Don Stoll – former Head Coach El Toro CA High School, 7x State Championships, 12x CIF Coach of the Year awards, 19x Conference champions