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Notable Alumni

Joe Becker '49

Cyclist in the 1956 Summer Olympics

Ray Bluth '46

Member of professional Bowling Hall of Fame

Nelson Burton '60

Member of professional Bowling Hall of Fame

Jeff Cacciatore '76

Professional soccer player for the St. Louis Steamers

Jeff Commings '91

Collegiate All-American swimmer at the University of Texas

Qualified for the U.S. Olympic trials at age 37

Jay Delsing '79

Golf professional who has placed well in several major PGA tournaments

Arthur "Buzz" Demling '67

Professional soccer player and member of the U.S. soccer team at the 1972 Summer Olympics

Earned four caps with the U.S. national team between 1973 and 1974

Art Demmas '52

4-year football letterman at Vanderbilt University (Co-Captain his senior year)

National Football League Official for 28 seasons; officiated in four Super Bowls (XIII, XVII, XXV, XXVIII)

Sean Ferrell '88

Video and Skills Coach for the St. Louis Blues

First St. Louis native coach to win the Stanley Cup

Dan Flynn '73

Member of 1973 Saint Louis University national championship soccer team

Former CEO and Secretary General of U.S. Soccer

Rich Grawer '61

Saint Louis University basketball coach (1982-1992) who served as the athletic director at Clayton High School until his retirement in 2006

Joe Hamm '69

Member of the U.S. soccer team at the 1972 Summer Olympics (pictured front row, far left, beside Buzz Demling '67)

Henry Jones '86

Pro-Bowl cornerback who played for the Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings and Atlanta Falcons

Made three Super Bowl appearances with the Bills

Ty Keough '75

Four-year All-American at Saint Louis University

U.S. Olympic, National and World Cup Team soccer player

Played 12 seasons of professional soccer

Coach and broadcaster for ESPN and ABC

Ed Macauley '45

Known as "Easy Ed", led Saint Louis University to the NIT title in 1948 (at the time, the NIT winner was regarded as the national champion)

Illustrious 10-year career included stints with the St. Louis Bombers, Boston Celtics and St. Louis Hawks

MVP of the first NBA All-Star Game (he played in the first seven)

NBA's All-NBA First Team honors three consecutive seasons

Enshrined into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1960, he still holds the record for being the youngest player to be admitted, at just 32

Pat McBride '61

All-American soccer player at Saint Louis University

Member of the U.S. Olympic and World Cup teams

Starred in the NASL and coached in the MISL

Tommy Meyer '08

Defender on the Los Angeles Galaxy, the 2012 Major League Soccer Champions

Bob Nordmann '57

Professional basketball player for the Royals, New York Knickerbockers (Knicks) and the St. Louis Hawks

Basketball assistant coach at Michigan State University and Saint Louis University

Hank Raymonds '42

Basketball coach and athletic director at Marquette University

Earned six post-season appearances and 126-50 record as head coach from 1977-83

Damon Rensing '93

Head soccer coach at Michigan State University, beginning in 2009. His teams have made one final four and three elite eight appearances.

Ken Sanders '59

Played for the Milwaukee Brewers in 1971

American League Fireman of the Year with 31 saves and a 1.71 ERA

Steve Schnur '92

Northwestern quarterback who starred in the 1996 Rose Bowl game against USC

Joe Schultz '36

Professional baseball player for the St. Louis Browns

Manager for the Seattle Pilots in 1969 and third base coach for the 1964 world championship St. Louis Cardinals

Murphy Troy '07

2011 AVCA Men's Division I-II National Player of the Year and MPSF Player of the Year

Member of 2016 U.S. Olympics volleyball team that won the bronze medal

Taylor Twellman '98

High school All-American soccer player

Star on MLS’s New England Revolution

Television analyst for ESPN

George Werley '56

Pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles

1956 Missouri American Legion Player of the Year

“SLUH was the most transformational experience of my life. The high expectations and rigorous demands of the teachers really helped me to grow both as a person and as a student.”

- Patrick Meek '04

Professional U.S. speedskater who competed in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics