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Notable Alumni Athletes

Joe Becker '49
Cyclist in the 1956 Summer Olympics. 

Ray Bluth '46
Professional Bowling Hall of Fame inductee.

Nelson Burton '60
Professional Bowling Hall of Fame inductee.

Jeff Cacciatore ’76
Former member of the St. Louis Steamers soccer team.

Jeff Commings ’91
Collegiate All-American swimmer at the University of Texas who later qualified for the US Olympic trials at age 37.

Jay Delsing '79
Golf professional who has placed well in several major PGA tournements.

Arthur "Buzz" Demling '67

Former U.S. soccer defender who played in the North American Soccer League and the Major Indoor Soccer League. A member of the U.S. soccer team at the 1972 Summer Olympics, he earned four caps with the U.S. national team between 1973 and 1974. 

Rich Grawer '61
Former St. Louis University basketball coach who served as the athletic director at Clayton High School until his retirement in the summer of 2006.

Joe Hamm '69
Member of the U.S. soccer team at the 1972 Summer Olympics.

Henry Jones ’86
Former NFL Pro-Bowl cornerback who played for the Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings and Atlanta Falcons.

Ty Keough ’75
Former U.S. Olympic, National and World Cup Team soccer player and a four-year All-America at St. Louis University, he played 12 seasons of professional soccer and has served as a coach and broadcaster for ESPN and ABC.

Ed Macauley ’45
Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame who played for the Boston Celtics.

Pat McBride ’61
All-American soccer player at St. Louis University whose career highlights include participation on the U.S. Olympic and World Cup teams, as well as starring in the NASL and coaching in the MISL.

Patrick Meek '04
Professional U.S. speedskater who competed in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.

Tommy Meyer '08
Defender on the Los Angeles Galaxy, the 2012 Major League Soccer Champions.

Bob Nordmann '57
Played basketball three years for Saint Louis University, where he is #3 All Time in field goal percentage at 57%. He is #9 in rebounding with an average of 9.8 per game. He was inducted into the Saint Louis University Hall of Fame in 2005.

Nordmann was drafted by the Cincinnati Royals in 1961. Played three seasons for the Royals, New Your Knickerbockers (Knicks) and the St. Louis Hawks. Had a career field goal percentage of 51%. Following his player career, he became basketball assistant at Michigan State University and Saint Louis University.

Hank Raymonds ’42
Former basketball coach and athletic director at Marquette University who made six post-season appearances and compiled a record of 126-50 as head coach from 1977-1983.

Ken Sanders ’59
Ten year career in Major League Baseball with Kansas City A's, Boston Red Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, Cleveland Indians, Minnesota Twins, California Angels and New York Mets. In 1971 as a member of the Milwaukee Brewers, Ken was the American League Fireman of the Year with 31 saves and a earned run average of 1.71.

Steve Schnur ’92
Northwestern quarterback who starred in the 1996 Rose Bowl game against USC.

Joe Schultz ’36
Former MLB player for the St. Louis Browns, he is the only SLUH alumnus to play in a World Series versus the Cardinals in 1944. Manager for the Seattle Pilots (which later became the Milwaukee Brewers) in 1969. Third base coach for the 1964 world championship St. Louis Cardinals.

Taylor Twellman ’98
High school All-American soccer player and star on MSL’s New England Revolution.

George Werley '56
Pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles and 1956 Missouri American Legion Player of the Year