List of University of Notre Dame athletes

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This list of University of Notre Dame athletes includes graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of Notre Dame who are notable for their achievements within athletics, sometimes before or after their time at Notre Dame. Other alumni can be found in the list of University of Notre Dame alumni.

Although Notre Dame is highly ranked academically,[1] it is also been called a "jock school" as it has produced a large number of athletes.[2] Intercollegiate sports teams at Notre Dame are called the "Fighting Irish". Notre Dame offers 13 varsity sports for both men and women:[3] Men's American Football, Men's Baseball, Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Cross Country, Men's and Women's Fencing, Men's and Women's Golf, Men's Ice Hockey, Men's and Women's Lacrosse, Women's Rowing, Men's and Women's Soccer, Women's Softball, Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving, Men's and Women's Tennis, Men's and Women's Track and Field, and Women's Volleyball. Approximately 400 students have gone on to play professional American football in the National Football League, the American Football League, or the All-America Football Conference,[4] with many others going to play other sports professionally. Some athletes have also participated in the Olympic Games.


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American football

NameClass yearNotabilityReferences
John Adams1944Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and for the Washington Redskins[5]
Ken Adamson1960Offensive guard at Notre Dame and for the Denver Broncos[6]
Jeff Alm1990Defensive tackle at Notre Dame and for the Houston Oilers[7]
Eddie Anderson1921All-American at Notre Dame and College Football Hall of Fame coach for multiple schools[8]
Heartley Anderson1921Hall of Fame offensive guard at Notre Dame and in the National Football League(NFL)[9]
Elmer AngsmanRunning back at Notre Dame and for the Chicago Cardinals[10]
Russell "Pete" Ashbaugh1947Player at Notre Dame and for the Chicago Rockets[11]
Joe Bach1924Defensive lineman at Notre Dame and coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers[12]
Charlie BachmanDid not graduateAll-American guard at Notre Dame for three years and Hall of Fame coach for Kansas State, Florida and Michigan State[13]
Steve BagarusRunning back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[14]
Leonard (Pete) Bahan1919Quarterback, basketball center, and track athlete at Notre Dame and professionally in the NFL[15]
Arnaz Battle2003Quarterback and wide receiver at Notre Dame and receiver for the San Francisco 49ers[16]
Harry Baujan1916Player at Notre Dame and professionally and Hall of Fame coach at the University of Dayton[17]
Mark Bavaro1985Tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[18]
George Bednar1963Player and Notre Dame and for the St. Louis Cardinals and inventor of the Harvey Wallbanger[19]
Ed BeinorOffensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the NFL[20]
Greg Bell1983Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[21]
Pete Bercich1993Linebacker at Notre Dame and for the Minnesota Vikings[22]
Angelo BertelliDid not graduateHeisman Trophy-winning quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[23]
Bertrand Berry1997Defensive end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[24]
Jerome Bettis1993Running back at Notre Dame and for the Pittsburgh Steelers[25]
Steve Beuerlein1987Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[26]
Jordan Black2003Offensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[27]
Rocky Bleier1968Fullback at Notre Dame and for the Pittsburgh Steelers[28]
Rocky Boiman1998Linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[29]
Bud BonarQuarterback at Notre Dame[11]
Luther Bradley1978Cornerback at Notre Dame and for the Detroit Lions[30]
Jim Brady1929Quarterback at Notre Dame and broadcasting entrepreneur[31]
Joe Brandy1920Quarterback at Notre Dame and collegiate and NFL coach[11]
Terry Brennan1949Halfback at Notre Dame and later Notre Dame's coach[32]
Reggie Brooks1999All-American running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[33]
Cliff Brown1974Quarterback at Notre Dame and for the Philadelphia Eagles[11]
Earl BrownFootball and basketball player at Notre Dame and collegiate head coach[34]
Tim Brown1988Walter Camp Award-winning, Heisman Trophy-winning wide receiver at Notre Dame and in the NFL, most notably with the Oakland Raiders[35]
Ross Browner1978Outland Trophy-winning Hall of Fame defensive end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[36]
Junior Bryant1993Defensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the San Francisco 49ers[37]
Frank BudkaQuarterback at Notre Dame and safety with the Los Angeles Rams[38]
Nick Buoniconti1962Defensive tackle at Notre Dame and Hall of Fame linebacker in the NFL[39]
Jeff Burris1994Cornerback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[40]
Darrell Campbell2003Defensive tackle at Notre Dame[41]
Jack CannonHall of Fame guard at Notre Dame[42]
Frank CarideoHall of Fame quarterback at Notre Dame and collegiate coach[43]
John Carlson2007Tight end at Notre Dame[44]
John CarneyPlacekicker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[45]
Joe CarolloOffensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[46]
Rob CarpenterDid not graduateWide receiver at Notre Dame and later Syracuse and in the NFL[47]
Tom Carter1993Cornerback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[48]
George CartierQuarterback in Notre Dame's first football game[11]
Dave Casper1974All-American tight end at Notre Dame and Pro Football Hall of Fame member from the NFL[49]
Jack ChevignyHalfback at Notre Dame who scored the winning touchdown in the famous "Win One for the Gipper" game[50]
Jimmy Clausen2010Quarterback at Notre Dame and with the Carolina Panthers[51]
Tom Clements1975Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the Canadian Football League(CFL) and assistant coach in the NFL[52]
Greg CollinsLinebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[53]
Jerome Collins2005Tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[54]
George Connor1947All-American, Outland Trophy-winning, College Football Hall of Fame lineman at Notre Dame and Pro Football Hall of Fame member in the NFL[55]
Ed CookOffensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the NFL[56]
James CookGuard at Notre Dame and in the NFL[57]
Deke Cooper2000Safety at Notre Dame and in the NFL[58]
Paul CostaDid not graduateTight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[59]
Mike Courey1981Quarterback at Notre Dame[60]
Dick Coury1951Quarterback at Notre Dame and coach in the United States Football League(USFL) and collegiately[61]
Larry CoutreHalfback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[62]
Bob Crable1982All-American linebacker for Notre Dame and the New York Jets[63]
Jim CrottyCornerback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[64]
Clem Crowe1926Football and basketball player at Notre Dame and collegiate coach in both sports[65]
Jim Crowley1925College Football Hall of Fame halfback at Notre Dame best known as on the "Four Horsemen", player in the NFL, and collegiate head coach[66]
Maurice Crum, Jr.2008Linebacker at Notre Dame, 2 time captain[67]
Rodney Culver1992Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[68]
Derek Curry2005Linebacker at Notre Dame[69]
Brennan Curtin2003Offensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[70]
Zygmont Czarobski1948Hall of Fame lineman at Notre Dame[71]
Bob DahlGuard at Notre Dame and in the NFL[72]
Frank Dancewicz1946Quarterback at Notre Dame and with the Boston Yanks[73]
Mike DavlinDid not graduateOffensive tackle at Notre Dame and later at the University of San Francisco and with the Washington Redskins[74]
Lake Dawson1994Wide receiver at Notre Dame and for the Kansas City Chiefs and director of pro personnel for the Tennessee Titans[75]
Autry Denson1999Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL and has the most career rushing yards ever at Notre Dame[76]
Hugh Devore1934End at Notre Dame and football coach for Notre Dame twice, the University of Dayton, and the Philadelphia Eagles[77]
Sam Dolan1910Player at Notre Dame and head coach at Oregon State[11]
Gus Dorais1914Quarterback at Notre Dame and Hall of Fame coach at the collegiate level[78]
Eric Dorsey1986Defensive end at Notre Dame and for the New York Giants[79]
Bob Dove1943All-American, College Football Hall of Fame defensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the NFL and collegiate and professional coach[80]
Demetrius DuBose1993Linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[81]
Dave Duerson1983All-American safety at Notre Dame and in the NFL[82]
Vontez Duff2004Cornerback and kick returner at Notre Dame[83]
Pete Duranko1967Defensive end at Notre Dame and for the Denver Broncos[84]
Glenn Earl2004Wide receiver and safety at Notre Dame and safety with the Houston Texans[85]
Nick EddyAll-American halfback at Notre Dame and for the Detroit Lions[86]
Gene (Red) Edwards1927Quarterback at Notre Dame[87]
Marc Edwards1997Fullback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[88]
Ray Eichenlaub1915Hall of Fame fullback at Notre Dame[89]
Clarence Ellis1972All-American safety at Notre Dame and with the Atlanta Falcons[90]
Bill Etter1972Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the CFL[91]
Paul FaillaDid not graduateQuarterback and baseball player at Notre Dame and professional baseball and football player[92]
Jeff Faine2003All-American center at Notre Dame and in the NFL[93]
Mike FanningDefensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[94]
James FarragherOffensive lineman at Notre Dame and Notre Dame coach[11]
Anthony Fasano2006Tight end at Notre Dame and with the Dallas Cowboys[95]
Vagas Ferguson1980All-American running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[96]
Cedric Figaro1988Linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[97]
Bill Fischer1949College Football Hall of Fame and Outland Trophy-winning offensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Chicago Cardinals[98]
Tony Fisher2002Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[99]
Jim Flanigan1994Defensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL and Walter Payton Man of the Year Award winner[100]
Marcus Freeman2006Tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[101]
Chris Frome2006Defensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Chicago Bears[102]
Wally Fromhart1936Quarterback, kicker, and returner at Notre Dame[11]
Mike Gandy2001Offensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[103]
Mike Gann1985Defensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the NFL[104]
Art GarveyOffensive lineman at Notre Dame, in the AFL, and in the NFL[105]
George GippCollege Football Hall of Fame halfback at Notre Dame[106]
David Givens2002Wide receiver at Notre Dame and in the NFL[107]
George Goeddeke1967Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Denver Broncos[108]
Bob Golic1979Defensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL, actor and radio host[109]
Mike Golic1985Defensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the NFL and radio/television personality[110]
Joey GoodspeedFullback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[111]
Chet GrantQuarterback at Notre Dame, assistant collegiate coach, and sports writer[11]
Ryan Grant2005Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[112]
Paul Grasmanis1996Defensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the NFL[113]
David Grimes2009Wide receiver at Notre Dame[114]
Jerry Groom1951College Football Hall of Fame defensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Chicago Cardinals[115]
Tim Grunhard1990Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Kansas City Chiefs[116]
Ralph Guglielmi1955All-American, Hall of Fame quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[117]
George HaffnerDid not graduateQuarterback at Notre Dame and later at McNeese State University and in the NFL[118]
Kris Haines1979Wide receiver at Notre Dame and in the NFL[119]
Don Hamilton1913Quarterback at Notre Dame and for the Canton Bulldogs and collegiate referee[11]
Terry Hanratty1969All-American quarterback at Notre Dame and with the Pittsburgh Steelers[120]
Bob Hargrave1942All-American quarterback at Notre Dame[121]
Ryan Harris2007Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Denver Broncos[122]
Leon Hart1950Maxwell Award-winning, Heisman Trophy-winning, College Football Hall of Fame end at Notre Dame and with the Detroit Lions[123]
Michael Haywood1986Wide receiver at Notre Dame and collegiate assistant coach, currently offensive coordinator at Notre Dame[124]
Andy Heck1989All-American tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL and football coach[125]
Pat Heenan1960Cornerback at Notre Dame and with the Washington Redskins[11]
Craig Hentrich1994Placekicker and punter at Notre Dame and in the NFL[126]
Frank Hoffman1932All-American, College Football Hall of Fame guard at Notre Dame[127]
Carlyle Holiday2004Quarterback and wide receiver at Notre Dame and wide receiver in the NFL[128]
Pete Holohan1982Tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[129]
Skip Holtz1986Wide receiver at Notre Dame and head football coach at East Carolina University[130]
Paul Hornung1957All-American, Heisman Trophy-winning, College Football Hall of Fame halfback at Notre Dame and Pro Football Hall of Fame member of the Green Bay Packers[131]
John Huarte1965Heisman Trophy-winning, College Football Hall of Fame quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[132]
Dave Huffman1979Tackle at Notre Dame and with the Minnesota Vikings[133]
Al Hunter1980Player at Notre Dame and with the Seattle Seahawks[134]
Art Hunter1954Tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[135]
Tony Hunter1983Tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[136]
Grant Irons2002Linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[137]
Raghib IsmailDid not graduateAll-American wide receiver and kick returner at Notre Dame and in the CFL and NFL[138]
George Izo1960Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[139]
Jarious JacksonQuarterback at Notre Dame, in the NFL, and the CFL[140]
Chuck Jaskwhich1933Quarterback and basketball player at Notre Dame and later basketball coach at Ole Miss[11]
Anthony Johnson1990Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[141]
Joe Johnson1985Wide receiver at Notre Dame and in the NFL[142]
Demetrius JonesDid not graduateQuarterback at Notre Dame and later at Cincinnati[143]
Julius JonesAll-American running back at Notre Dame and with the Dallas Cowboys[144]
Steve Juzwik1942Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[145]
Mike Kadish1973Defensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the NFL[146]
Joe Kantor1966Running back at Notre Dame and with the Washington Redskins[147]
Ken KarcherDid not graduateQuarterback at Notre Dame and later Tulane, in the NFL, and collegiate football coach[148]
Emmett KeefeGuard at Notre Dame and in the NFL[149]
Blair Kiel1984Quarterback at Notre Dame, in the NFL, CFL, and the Arena Football League[150]
Randy KinderRunning back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[151]
Lindsay Knapp1992
MBA 1998
Player at Notre Dame and in the NFL[152]
John Kovatch1942End at Notre Dame and in the NFL[153]
Scott Kowalkowski1991Linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFl[154]
Frank Kuchta1958Offensive lineman at Notre Dame, in the NFL, and the CFL[155]
Bob Kuechenberg1969Guard at Notre Dame and in the NFL[156]
Joe Kuharich1938Guard at Notre Dame and with the Chicago Cardinals and collegiate and professional coach most notably at Notre Dame and with the Philadelphia Eagles[157]
George Kunz1969All-American tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[158]
Earl "Curly" Lambeau1919Halfback at Notre Dame and with the Green Bay Packers, founder of the Packers and first coach, and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame[159]
Daryle Lamonica1963Quarterback at Notre Dame, in the AFL, and the NFL[160]
Derek Landri2006Defensive tackle at Notre Dame and with the Jacksonville Jaguars[161]
Johnny Lattner1954All-American, Maxwell Award-winning, Heisman Trophy-winning, College Football Hall of Fame halfback at Notre Dame and with the Pittsburgh Steelers[162]
Don Lawrence1959Tackle at Notre Dame and with the Washington Redskins and collegiate and professional football coach[163]
Elmer Layden1925All-American, College Football Hall of Fame fullback at Notre Dame as a member of the famed "Four Horsemen", player in the AFL, coach at Notre Dame, and commissioner of the NFL[164]
Frank Leahy1931Tackle at Notre Dame and College Football Hall of Fame coach at Boston College and Notre Dame[165]
Lance Legree2001Defensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[166]
Ray Lemek1956Guard at Notre Dame and in the NFL[167]
Jim Leonard1934Running back at Notre Dame and with the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach[168]
William J. LeonardEnd at Notre Dame, with the Baltimore Colts, and in the CFL[11]
Bobby Leopold1980Linebacker at Notre Dame, in the NFl, and the USFL[169]
Mark LeVoir2005Offensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFl[170]
Tom Lieb1924All-American lineman and assistant coach under Knute Rockne; coached the 1929 national champion team while Rockne was in the hospital. Also coached the Notre Dame hockey team. Subsequently served as the head coach of the Loyola Los Angeles football and hockey teams and the University of Florida football team.[171]
Rusty Lisch1980Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[172]
Matt LoVecchioDid not graduateQuarterback at Notre Dame, later at Indiana, and in the NFL[173]
Johnny Lujack1948All-American, Heisman Trophy-winning, College Football Hall of Fame quarterback at Notre Dame and for the Chicago Bears[174]
Todd Lyght1991Cornerback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[175]
Dick Lynch1958Defensive back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[176]
Jim Lynch1967All-American, Maxwell Award-winning, College Football Hall of Fame linebacker at Notre Dame and with the Kansas City Chiefs[177]
Ken MacAfee1978Walter Camp Award-winning, College Football Hall of Fame tight end at Notre Dame and with the San Francisco 49ers[178]
Sean Mahan2003Center at Notre Dame and in the NFL[179]
Jim Martin1950All-American, College Football Hall of Fame player at Notre Dame and in the NFL[180]
Derrick Mayes1996Wide receiver at Notre Dame and in the NFL[181]
Corey Mays2005Linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[182]
John Mazur1952Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the CFL and collegiate and professional football coach[183]
Mike McCoy1970All-American defensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[184]
Angus Daniel McDonaldQuarterback and first baseman on the baseball team at Notre Dame and president of Southern Pacific Company[11]
Kevin McDougal1994Quarterback at Notre Dame, in the NFL, CFL, Arena Football League, and the XFL[185]
Gene McGuireCenter at Notre Dame and in the NFL[186]
Rhema McKnight2005Wide receiver at Notre Dame[187]
Harry Mehre1922Football and basketball player at Notre Dame and in the NFL and collegiate football coach[188]
Bert Metzger1931All-American, College Football Hall of Fame guard at Notre Dame[189]
Creighton Miller1944College Football Hall of Fame halfback at Notre Dame[190]
Don Miller1925All-American, College Football Hall of Fame halfback at Notre Dame, member of the "Four Horsemen", and collegiate coach[191]
Edgar Miller1925College Football Hall of Fame tackle at Notre Dame[192]
Fred Miller1929College Football Hall of Fame tackle at Notre Dame and president of Miller Brewing Company[193]
Wayne Millner1936All-American, College Football Hall of Fame end at Notre Dame and Pro Football Hall of Fame member of the Washington Redskins[194]
Rick Mirer1993Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[195]
John Mohardt1922Football and baseball player at Notre Dame and professionally[196]
Bill MohnQuarterback at Notre Dame[11]
Jim MolinaroOffensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the NFL[197]
Joe Montana1979Quarterback at Notre Dame and Pro Football Hall of Fame member most notably for his time with the San Francisco 49ers[198]
Larry Moriarty1983Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[199]
Angelo MoscaDefensive tackle at Notre Dame and member of the Canadian Football Hall of Fame for years in the CFL[200]
Jim Mutscheller1952Tight end at Notre Dame and with the Baltimore Colts[201]
Bronko Nagurski Jr.1959Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and in the CFL[11]
Chinedum Ndukwe2007Safety at Notre Dame and with the Cincinnati Bengals[202]
Steve NiehausDefensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[203]
Harry O'BoyleBlocking back at Notre Dame and in the NFL
Dan O'Leary2000Tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[204]
Bob Olson1970Linebacker at Notre Dame[11]
Chet OstrowskiEnd at Notre Dame and with the Washington Redskins[205]
John Owens2002Tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[206]
Alan Page1967All-American, College Football Hall of Fame defensive tackle at Notre Dame, Pro Football Hall of Fame member in the NFl, and justice in the Minnesota Supreme Court[207]
Walt Patulski1972All-American, Lombardi Award-winning defensive end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[208]
John Pergine1969All-American linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[209]
John Petitbon1952Safety and All-American halfback at Notre Dame and defensive back in the NFL[210]
Luke Petitgout1999Tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[211]
James Phelan1918Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL and College Football Hall of Fame coach[212]
Nick Pietrosante1959Fullback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[213]
Andy PilneyQuarterback and baseball player at Notre Dame, college football coach, and professional baseball player[214]
Allen Pinkett1986All-American running back at Notre Dame and most notably in the NFL for the Houston Oilers[215]
Myron PottiosLinebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[216]
Ron Powlus1997Quarterback at Notre Dame and in the NFL, and Notre Dame quarterback coach[217]
Phil Pozderac1982Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Dallas Cowboys[218]
Geoff Price2007Punter at Notre Dame[219]
Andy Puplis1940All-American quarterback and baseball player at Notre Dame[11]
Brady Quinn2007All-American, Sammy Baugh Trophy-winning, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award-winning, Maxwell Award-winning quarterback at Notre Dame and with the Cleveland Browns[220]
George Ratterman1947Four sport athlete at Notre Dame and quarterback in the NFL[221]
John RayDid not graduatePlayer at Notre Dame and later Olivet College and head coach at Kentucky[222]
Tony Rice1990All-American, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award-winning quarterback at Notre Dame and in the CFL[223]
Mike I. Richardson2006Defensive back at Notre Dame and with the New England Patriots[224]
Chuck RileyQuarterback and punt returner at Notre Dame and New Mexico coach[11]
Knute RocknePlayer and College Football Hall of Fame head coach at Notre Dame and inspiration for the film, Knute Rockne, All American[225]
Mike Rosenthal1999Offensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[226]
Allen Rossum1998Cornerback and All-American track athlete at Notre Dame and cornerback in the NFL[227]
Tim Ruddy1994Center at Notre Dame and with the Miami Dolphins[228]
Daniel "Rudy" Ruettiger1976Defensive player at Notre Dame, motivational speaker, and inspiration for the film Rudy[229]
Ed Rutkowski1963Wide receiver at Notre Dame and in the AFL[230]
Jules RykovichRunning back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[11]
Lou Rymkus1943All-American tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL and coach in the AFL and NFL[231]
Louis J. Salmon1904All-American, College Football Hall of Fame fullback at Notre Dame who also served as coach[232]
Dan Santucci2006Offensive tackle at Notre Dame and with the Cincinnati Bengals[233]
Gerome Sapp2003Safety at Notre Dame and in the NFL[234]
Joe SavoldiDid not graduateFullback and track athlete at Notre Dame, fullback with the Chicago Bears, professional wrestler, and spy in World War II[235]
Bob Scarpitto1961Player at Notre Dame and in the AFL[236]
Jim Schrader1954Center at Notre Dame and in the NFL[237]
Marchmont Schwartz1932All-American, College Football Hall of Fame halfback at Notre Dame and coach at Stanford[238]
Joe Scibelli1961Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Los Angeles Rams[239]
Vince ScottLineman at Notre Dame and in the CFL[240]
John Scully1981Guard at Notre Dame and with the Atlanta Falcons[241]
Jim Seymour1969Wide receiver at Notre Dame and with the Chicago Bears[242]
William Shakespeare1936All-American, College Football Hall of Fame halfback at Notre Dame[243]
Evan Sharpley2009Quarterback at Notre Dame[244]
Frank Shaughnessy1905Football, baseball, and track athlete at Notre Dame, Major League Baseball player, and collegiate football coach[245]
Buck Shaw1922Tackle at Notre Dame and College Football Hall of Fame coach[246]
Emil Sitko1950All-American, College Football Hall of Fame running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[247]
Bob Skoglund1947End at Notre Dame and with the Green Bay Packers[248]
Rick SlagerQuarterback at Notre Dame[11]
Gene Smith1977Defensive end at Notre Dame and athletic director at Ohio State[249]
Hunter Smith1999Punter at Notre Dame and with the Indianapolis Colts[250]
Irv Smith1993Tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[251]
John P. "Clipper" Smith1928All-American, College Football Hall of Fame guard at Notre Dame and collegiate football coach[252]
Rod Smith1992Defensive back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[253]
Jack Snow1965Wide receiver at Notre Dame and with the St. Louis Rams[254]
Jim Snowden1965Offensive tackle at Notre Dame and with the Washington Redskins[255]
Frank SpanielHalfback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[256]
Frank Stams1989All-American defensive end at Notre Dame and linebacker in the NFL[257]
Pat Steenberge1973Quarterback at Notre Dame[258]
Dan Stevenson2006Guard at Notre Dame and in the NFL[259]
Monty Stickles1960All-American tight end at Notre Dame and in the NFL and radio broadcaster[260]
Mike Stonebreaker1991All-American linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[257]
Maurice Stovall2006Wide receiver at Notre Dame and with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers[261]
Harry Stuhldreher1925College Football Hall of Fame quarterback at Notre Dame, collegiate coach, and author[262]
Steve Sylvester1975Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Oakland Raiders[263]
Dick SzymanskiOffensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Baltimore Colts[264]
Aaron Taylor1994All-American, Lombardi Award-winning guard at Notre Dame and in the NFL and former college football analyst[265]
Bobby Taylor1995All-American cornerback at Notre Dame and in the NFL[266]
George TerlepDid not graduatePlayer at Notre Dame, quarterback in the AAFC, and coach in the CFL[267]
Pat Terrell1990Safety at Notre Dame and in the NFL[268]
Tom Thayer1983Guard at Notre Dame and in the NFL and radio commentator[269]
Joe Theismann1971All-American, College Football Hall of Fame quarterback at Notre Dame, in the CFL, and with the Washington Redskins, businessman, and television commentator[270]
Frank Thomas1923Quarterback at Notre Dame and College Football Hall of Fame football coach[271]
Robert R. Thomas1974Placekicker at Notre Dame and in the NFL and chief justice of the Supreme Court of Illinois[272]
Travis Thomas2007Halfback and linebacker at Notre Dame[273]
Bob Toneff1952Defensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[274]
Stacey Toran1984Defensive back at Notre Dame and with the Los Angeles Raiders[275]
George Trafton1920Center at Notre Dame and in the NFL, member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and CFL coach[276]
Frank Tripucka1949All-American quarterback at Notre Dame, in the NFL, the CFL, and the AFL[277]
Justin Tuck2005Defensive end at Notre Dame and with the New York Giants[278]
Frank Varrichione1955Tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[279]
Mike Wadsworth1966Defensive lineman at Notre Dame and the CFL and Notre Dame athletic director[280]
Darius Walker2009Running back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[281]
Fred Wallner1951Guard at Notre Dame and in the NFL and AFL[282]
Adam Walsh1925College Football Hall of Fame center at Notre Dame and coach in the NFL[283]
Bill Walsh1949Center at Notre Dame and in the NFL[284]
Courtney Watson2003Linebacker at Notre Dame and in the NFL[285]
Ricky Watters1991Running back and wide receiver at Notre Dame and running back in the NFL[286]
Dave Waymer1980Defensive back at Notre Dame and in the NFL[287]
Anthony Weaver2002Defensive end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[288]
Bob Wetoska1959Offensive lineman at Notre Dame and with the Chicago Bears[289]
Bill Wightkin1949Tackle at Notre Dame and with the Chicago Bears[290]
Bob WilliamsAll-American, College Football Hall of Fame quarterback at Notre Dame and with the Chicago Bears[291]
Robert Williams1959Quarterback at Notre Dame[292]
Andy Wisne2001Nose Tackle at Notre Dame and current actor[293]
Gerald Wisne1966Defensive End at Notre Dame. 1966 national Championship. Both sons started at Notre Dame.[294]
Jerry Wisne1998Offensive guard at Notre Dame and 4 years in the NFL[295]
Shawn Wooden1995Safety at Notre Dame and in the NFL[296]
Harry WunschGuard at Notre Dame and in the NFL[297]
Renaldo Wynn1996Defensive end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[298]
Chet A. WynneFullback at Notre Dame and for the Rochester Jeffersons and collegiate football coach[299]
Tommy Yarr1932All-American, Hall of Fame center at Notre Dame[300]
John Yonakor1945Defensive end at Notre Dame and in the NFL[301]
Bryant Young1994All-American defensive end at Notre Dame and with the San Francisco 49ers[302]
Sam Young2010Left tackle at Notre Dame[303]
Tom Zbikowski2007All-American safety at Notre Dame and professional boxer[304]
Dusty Zeigler1996Center at Notre Dame and in the NFL[305]
Ray Zellars1995Running back at Notre Dame and with the New Orleans Saints[306]
William J. Zloch1966
JD 1974
Quarterback at Notre Dame and chief justice of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida[307]
Chris Zorich1991
JD 2002
All-American, College Football Hall of Fame defensive tackle at Notre Dame and in the NFL[308]

Baseball

NameClass yearNotabilityReferences
Cap AnsonDid not graduateFirst baseman at Notre Dame, professional baseball player for multiple Major League Baseball(MLB) teams and member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame[309]
John Axford2005Pitcher at Notre Dame. Lost his athletic scholarships after undergoing Tommy John Surgery, but still graduated with a degree in Film. Now a Major League Baseball closer for the Milwaukee Brewers, who holds the Brewers franchise record for most saves in a single season.[310]
Alfred Bergman1914Four sport athlete at Notre Dame who earned 13 varsity letters and played professionally for the Cleveland Indians[311]
Bob BescherOutfielder at Notre Dame and professionally for multiple Major League Baseball(MLB) teams[312]
Craig Counsell1992Infielder at Notre Dame and professionally for the Milwaukee Brewers[313]
Norwood Gibson1901Starting pitcher at Notre Dame and professionally for the Boston Americans[314]
Aaron Heilman2001Pitcher at Notre Dame. Currently a professional relief pitcher for the Seattle Mariners.[315]
Brad LidgeDid not graduateRelief pitcher at Notre Dame and professionally for the Philadelphia Phillies[316]
Willie McGillDid not graduateprofessional baseball player who played for the St. Louis Browns[317]
Matt MacriDid not graduateThird baseman at Notre Dame and professionally for the Minnesota Twins[318]
Jackie Mayo1947professional baseball player who appeared in 139 Major League games for the Philadelphia Phillies[319]
Chris Michalak1993Pitcher at Notre Dame and professionally for multiple MLB teams[320]
Red Murray1906Outfielder at Notre Dame and professionally for the New York Giants[321]
Christian ParkerDid not graduatePitcher at Notre Dame and professionally[322]
Ron Reed1965Pitcher and basketball player at Notre Dame and professionally for the Detroit Pistons and the Atlanta Braves[311]
Jeff SamardzijaDid not graduatePitcher and All American wide receiver at Notre Dame and professional starting pitcher for the Chicago Cubs
Louis SockalexisDid not graduateOutfielder at Notre Dame and professionally for the Cleveland Spiders and namesake of the Cleveland Indians[323]
Cy Williams1912Multi-sport athlete at Notre Dame, outfielder for two MLB teams, and architect[324]
Carl YastrzemskiDid not graduateOutfielder at Notre Dame and professionally for the Boston Red Sox and member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame[325]

Basketball

NameClass yearNotabilityReferences
Bob Arnzen1969Basketball player at Notre Dame and professionally in the American Basketball Association(ABA) and the National Basketball Association(NBA)[326]
Leo Barnhorst1949Basketball player at Notre Dame and professionally in the NBA and member of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame[327]
Jacqueline Batteast2005Basketball at Notre Dame and professionally in the Women's National Basketball Association(WNBA)[328]
Dave Batton1978Basketball player at Notre Dame and for multiple teams in the NBA[329]
Elmer Bennett1992Guard at Notre Dame, in the NBA, and the Spanish Liga ACB[330]
Sandy Botham1988
MA 1990
All-American at Notre Dame and current head coach of the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee women's basketball team[331]
Gary Brokaw1974Player and assistant coach at Notre Dame and NBA player, assistant coach, and director of basketball operations[332]
Austin CarrDid not graduateNaismith College Player of the Year at Notre Dame and player in the NBA[333]
Matt Carroll2003Shooting guard at Notre Dame and professionally in the NBA[334]
Russell Carter2007Shooting guard at Notre Dame and professionally for the NBADL's Tulsa 66ers[335]
Sid Catlett1971Player at Notre Dame and professionally for the Cincinnati Royals[336]
Adrian Dantley1976Oscar Robertson Trophy-winning forward at Notre Dame, in the NBA, and for the United States men's national basketball team that won the gold medal in the 1976 Summer Olympics. Enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2008.[337]
Skylar Diggins2013Current point guard for the Notre Dame women's team; 2012 consensus first-team All-American and winner of the Nancy Lieberman Award as the nation's top women's point guard[338][339]
Megan Duffy2006Former point guard at Notre Dame and in the WNBA; now assistant women's basketball coach at St. John's University[340][341]
LaPhonso Ellis1992Forward at Notre Dame and in the NBA[342]
Colin Falls2006Shooting guard at Notre Dame and in Italy in Serie A[343]
Katryna Gaither1997Basketball player at Notre Dame, professionally in the American Basketball League (ABL), the WNBA, multiple European leagues, and member of the United States women's national basketball team in the 1999 Pan American Games[344]
Pat Garrity1998Power forward at Notre Dame who won the Big East Men's Basketball Player of the Year in 1997 and professional player in the NBA[345]
Ben Hansbrough2011Guard at Notre Dame who won the Big East Men's Basketball Player of the Year in 2011[346]
Bill Hanzlik1980Player at Notre Dame and player and coach in the NBA[347]
Luke Harangody2010Power forward for Notre Dame from 2006–10. Big East Player of the Year in 2008; three-time second-team All-American; only men's player in Big East history to average 20 points and 10 rebounds per game in conference play for his career. Currently in the D-League with the Canton Charge; has played in the NBA with the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers.[348][349]
Billy HassettGuard at Notre Dame and in the NBA[350]
Tom Hawkins1959Forward at Notre Dame and in the NBA[351]
Ryan Humphrey2002Forward at Notre Dame, in the NBA, and in Greece[352]
George Ireland1936All-American at Notre Dame and college basketball coach at Loyola University Chicago[353]
Niele Ivey2000Point guard at Notre Dame, in the WNBA, and assistant coach at Notre Dame[354]
Tracy Jackson1981Player at Notre Dame and in the NBA[355]
Collis JonesBasketball player at Notre Dame and in the NBA[356]
Tim Kempton1986Center at Notre Dame and in multiple teams in the NBA[357]
Joe KleineDid not graduateCenter at Notre Dame for a year and professionally in the NBA[358]
Moose KrauseAll-American in football and basketball at Notre Dame and coach for Notre Dame's men's basketball team[311]
Rob Kurz2008NBA player[359]
Bill Laimbeer1979Center at Notre Dame, professionally in Italy, and professionally in the NBA and coach in the WNBA[360]
Michelle MarciniakDid not graduatePlayer for a year at Notre Dame, professionally in the WNBA, on the United States women's national basketball team in the 1999 Pan American Games[361]
Ray Meyer1938Player at Notre Dame and longtime coach for the DePaul Blue Demons men's basketball team; member of both the Naismith Memorial and College Basketball Halls of Fame[362]
Jay MillerPlayer at Notre Dame and in the NBA and ABA[363]
Beth Morgan1997Player at Notre Dame, in the ABL, and for the United States women's national basketball team in the 1999 Pan American Games[364]
Troy MurphyDid not graduateAll-American center at Notre Dame and in the NBA[365]
Natalie Novosel2012Guard at Notre Dame and first-round pick of the Washington Mystics in the 2012 WNBA Draft[366]
Kevin O'Shea1950Four-time All-American guard at Notre Dame and in the NBA[367]
John Paxson1983Guard at Notre Dame and in the NBA and former assistant coach and general manager of the Chicago Bulls[368]
Devereaux Peters2012Forward at Notre Dame and first-round pick of the Minnesota Lynx in the 2012 WNBA Draft[369]
Chris Quinn2006Guard at Notre Dame and for the Miami Heat[370]
Alicia Ratay2004Player at Notre Dame who ranks fifth in all-time scoring for the school[371]
Ruth Riley2001Center at Notre Dame, in the WNBA, multiple European basketball leagues, and for the United States women's national basketball team for the 2004 Summer Olympics[372]
David Rivers1988Point guard at Notre Dame and in the NBA[373]
Karen Robinson1991Player at Notre Dame[374]
Ron RowanDid not graduateForward at Notre Dame for two years and in the NBA[375]
Donald Royal1987Forward at Notre Dame and in the NBA[376]
John Shumate1975Center at Notre Dame and in the NBA and coach at Southern Methodist University and in the WNBA[377]
Carol Shields1979Player on Notre Dame's first women's varsity basketball team and ophthalmologist[378]
Steve Sitko1940Basketball player and football quarterback at Notre Dame and professional basketball player[379]
Tom Sluby1984Shooting guard at Notre Dame and for the Dallas Mavericks[380]
Billy Taylor1995Player and assistant coach at Notre Dame and head coach at Lehigh and Ball State[381]
Chris Thomas2005Guard at Notre Dame and professionally in Spain and first player in Notre Dame's history to record at triple-double[382]
Keith Tower1993Center at Notre Dame and in the NBA[383]
Kelly Tripucka1981Forward at Notre Dame and in the NBA[384]
Gary VoceForward at Notre Dame and for one season with the Cleveland Cavaliers[385]
Coquese Washington1992
JD 1997
Point guard at Notre Dame and in the ABL, former assistant coach at Notre Dame, and head coach for Penn State Nittany Lions women's basketball team[386]
Monty Williams1994Forward at Notre Dame and in the NBA and assistant coach for the Portland Trail Blazers[387]
Orlando Woolridge1981Player at Notre Dame, in the NBA, and in Italy and coach in the WNBA and ABA[388]
Luke Zeller2009Forward-Center at Notre Dame[389]
Babe ZiegenhornForward for a year at Notre Dame[390]

Ice hockey

NameClass yearNotabilityReferences
David Brown2007Hockey goaltender for Notre Dame and professionally[391]
Erik Condra2009Right wing for Notre Dame and professionally for the Ottawa Senators[392]
Mark EatonDid not graduateDefenseman for Notre Dame and professionally for the Pittsburgh Penguins[393]
Rob Globke2004Right Wing for Notre Dame and professionally for the Florida Panthers[394]
Christian Hanson2009Center for Notre Dame and professionally for the Toronto Maple Leafs[395]
Neil Grant Komadoski2004Defenseman for Notre Dame and professionally in the American Hockey League(AHL)[396]
Brett Lebda2004Defenseman for Notre Dame and professionally for the Toronto Maple Leafs[397]
Don Lucia1981Defenseman for Notre Dame and current head coach of the Minnesota Golden Gophers men's ice hockey team[398]
Bob McNamara1983Goaltender for Notre Dame and professionally in the AHL and the International Hockey League(IHL) and current general manager of the IHL Grand Rapids Griffins[399]
Greg Meredith1980Player at Notre Dame who set the record for most goals scored and former professional hockey player[400]
Bill Nyrop1974Defenseman at Notre Dame and former professional hockey player[401]
Dave Poulin1982Center at Notre Dame, professional hockey player, and former ice hockey coach at Notre Dame[402]
Ben Simon2000Center at Notre Dame and professional hockey player in the AHL[403]
Yan StastnyDid not graduateCenter and left wing at Notre Dame and professional hockey player in the AHL[404]
Brad Wanchulak2005Left wing at Notre Dame and professional hockey player in the Australian Ice Hockey League[405]

Olympians

NameClass yearNotabilityReferences
Vince BorylaDid not graduateBasketball player at Notre Dame, professional basketball player, coach, and member of the United States men's national basketball team that won the gold medal in the 1948 Summer Olympics[406]
Shannon Boxx1999Midfielder on the Notre Dame women's soccer team, professional soccer player, and member of the United States women's national soccer team who won the bronze medal in the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup and gold medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics[407]
August Desch1923Track and field runner at Notre Dame and first Notre Dame Olympic medal-winner with a bronze medal in the 1920 Summer Olympics[406]
Robert HalperinFootball player at Notre Dame and Wisconsin, and in the NFL, Olympic medal-winner with a bronze medal in yachting in the 1960 Summer Olympics and gold medal winner at the 1963 Pan American Games, one of Chicago's most-decorated World War II heroes, and Chairman of Commercial Light Co.[408]
Tom Lieb1924Track and field discus thrower at Notre Dame and bronze medal-winner in the 1924 Summer Olympics[406]
Kate Markgraf (née Sobrero)1998Defender on the Notre Dame women's soccer team, professional soccer player, and member of the United States women's national soccer team who won the gold medal in the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup, the silver medal in the 2000 Summer Olympics, the bronze medal in the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup, and the gold medal in the 2004 Summer Olympics[409]
Marton Gyulai2001Sprinter at Notre Dame and bobsledder representing Hungary in the 2002 Winter Olympics and 2006 Winter Olympics[410]
Nick Radkewich1993Cross Country and Track and field runner at Notre Dame and member of the United States men's national triathlon team who competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics[411]
Alex WilsonTrack and field athlete and coach at Notre Dame and Canadian Olympian who won a bronze medal in the 1928 Summer Olympics and a silver and two bronze medals in the 1932 Summer Olympics[406]
Rick Wohlhuter1971Track and field runner at Notre Dame, former world record holder in the 1000 meters, and bronze medal-winner in the 1976 Summer Olympics[412]
Mariel Zagunis20092006 NCAA champion fencer at Notre Dame and gold medal-winner in the sabre competition at the 2004 and 2008 Summer Olympics. Had the distinguished honor of being the flag-bearer for the United States Olympic Team in the Opening Ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics.[413]

Soccer

NameClass yearNotabilityReferences
Brittany Bock2009Midfielder for Notre Dame, member of the United States U-23 women's national soccer team[414]
Greg Dalby2007Midfielder for Notre Dame, professional soccer player for R. Charleroi S.C., and former player for the United States Men's under-20 national soccer team[415]
Justin Detter2004Striker for Notre Dame and former professional soccer player[416]
Kevin Goldthwaite2005Defender for Notre Dame and current professional soccer player for the New York Red Bulls[417]
Kerri Hanks2009Striker for Notre Dame, two-time winner of the Hermann Trophy (2006, 2008)[418]
Joseph Lapira2008Forward for Notre Dame who won the Hermann Trophy in 2006, was drafted to Toronto FC in 2008, and previously played for the Republic of Ireland national football team[419]
Jack Stewart2004Notre Dame defender and professional soccer player with Real Salt Lake[420]
Amy Warner2003Former stand-out forward at Notre Dame and current player in the Women's Premier Soccer League[421]

Track and field

NameClass yearNotabilityReferences
Charles W. "Bill" Martin1911Sprinter at Notre Dame. 100 and 220 yard dashes.
Edward J. Hogan1923Pole vaulter and broad jumper at Notre Dame[422]
Ryan Shay2002Track and field and cross country runner at Notre Dame and 2003 United States Marathon Champion. Died during the 2007 U.S. Olympic marathon trials.[423][424]
Michael B. Brennan1986High hurdler and intermediate hurdler at Notre Dame

Other

NameClass yearNotabilityReferences
Kent Durso1967Weightlifter at Notre Dame and four-time world champion at the Highland games[425]

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