WNBA star and Academic All-America® Team Member of the Year, led the Fighting Irish to their first women's basketball national title.
This epidemiologist and longtime women's soccer coach uses his sport to connect with people on health service trips to Argentina, Costa Rica, and Africa.
Now a highly acclaimed motivational speaker, this retired swimmer won four gold metals -- each a world record and a silver at the 1976 Olympics.
This varsity basketball co-captain played pro ball in Australia before being appointed U.S Secretary of Education by President Obama.
Known as 'Double A' and the 'Oklahoma Kid', this two-time Academic All-America® honoree played 13 seasons with the Phoenix Suns.
The most winning diver in NCAA history, 15-time national champion, and 1982 world springboard champion, now helps others enjoy healthy lives.
This world-renowned ophthalmologist was the leading scorer for the first two years of Notre Dame's varsity women's basketball program.
This two-sport athlete and Economics major maintained a 3.34 GPA before going on to play more NFL games than any other tight end in history.
Before winning the fourth season of The Apprentice, this Rutgers track and field star was the first African-American from his school to become a Rhodes Scholar.
This 1993 Pac-10 Player of the Year played professional beach volleyball while attending medical school and practicing medicine at a LA hospital.