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Oct 21 2010
1 Mike Mizanin, cast member, The Real World: Back to New York 7662
2 Ben Roethlisberger, NFL player, two time Super Bowl winning quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers (did not yet graduate) 7073
3 Benjamin Harrison, 23rd President of the United States (1889–1893) 2740
4 Nick Lachey, musician; did not graduate from Miami 2512
5 Kate Voegele, singer, songwriter, guitarist, and pianist 1995
6 Tina Louise, Ginger on Gilligan's Island 1563
7 P. J. O'Rourke, conservative satirist 1397
8 Ray Combs, Family Feud game show host (did not graduate) 1295
9 Brian Pillman, Professional Wrestler 1069
10 Bo Schembechler, noted former football head coach of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Wolverines 783
11 Paul Ryan, current U.S. Representative (Republican) from Wisconsin; ranking Republican minority member on the House Budget Committee 720
12 Bill Hemmer, Fox News Channel anchor 636
13 Ron Harper, retired NBA player, Five-time NBA Champion, Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers; coach, Detroit Pistons and Orlando Magic 582
14 Paul Brown, partial founder of the Cleveland Browns and the Cincinnati Bengals and the first head coach for both teams 564
15 John Harbaugh, Head Coach, Baltimore Ravens 557
16 Mojo Nixon, musician 527
17 Maria Cantwell, current U.S. Senator from Washington 516
18 Rebecca Budig, Actress; including All My Children 502
19 Mike Emrick, NHL play-by-play for New Jersey Devils, NBC, VS 485
20 Mike DeWine, former U.S. Senator from Ohio 453
21 Ara Parseghian, former head football coach of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish 452
22 Wally Szczerbiak, NBA player, Cleveland Cavaliers, Boston Celtics and Minnesota Timberwolves, current CBS Announcer. 425
23 Dan Boyle, NHL player for the Tampa Bay Lightning; won Stanley Cup and 2010 Gold Medal with Canadian Olympic Team. 424
24 Donna Shalala, former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services for President Bill Clinton, current president of the University of Miami (Florida) and a graduate of the Western College for Women prior to its merger with Miami University 382
25 Ron Zook, Head Football Coach at the University of Illinois and former Head Football Coach at the University of Florida 317
26 Rita Dove, Pulitzer Prize Winner, First African-American U.S. Poet laureate, Consultant to the Library of Congress 240
27 Milt Stegall, all-time career leader in touchdowns, receiver for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League; player NFL Cincinnati Bengals 212
28 The Lemon Pipers, 1960s psychadelic band 208
29 Steve Driehaus, current U.S. Representative from the 1st district of Ohio 198
30 Walter Alston, former manager of the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers baseball teams; earned four World Series championships and seven National League pennants 186
31 Chris Rose, sportscaster 156
32 Art Clokey, claymation artist and creator of Gumby and Pokey 148
33 Marvin Miller, union leader Major League Baseball Players Association 144
34 Weeb Ewbank, Super Bowl-winning NFL Head Coach; won two NFL titles with the Baltimore Colts and the New York Jets 143
35 Whitelaw Reid, Editor-in-chief, New York Tribune and U.S. Vice-President candidate with President Benjamin Harrison (the only time in U.S. history that the President and Vice-President candidates were alumni from the same University). 135
36 Jerry Angelo, General Manager of the Chicago Bears 127
37 Griffin House, singer/songwriter 112
38 Marvin Pierce, Former President of McCall Corporation, father of former First Lady Barbara Bush, and maternal grandfather of President George W. Bush 107
39 Joseph Ralston, May 2000 - 2003, Commander, U.S. European Command and Supreme Allied Commander Europe, NATO 102
40 "Red" Earl Blaik, former Head Coach Army football; member of the NFL Foundation Hall of Fame. 94
41 Paul Dietzel, All-American center, football; Head Coach, football at LSU, South Carolina and Army; National Coach of the Year 88
42 Wayne Embry, General Manager, NBA's Toronto Raptors; former NBA player and NBA executive with the Milwaukee Bucks and Cleveland Cavaliers, and was the first African American NBA General Manager and Team President; two-time basketball All-American at Miami 87
43 Stan Greenberg, Democratic Party pollster and campaign strategist for Bill Clinton, Al Gore, and John Kerry 87
44 Caleb Blood Smith, 6th United States Secretary of the Interior, serving in the Cabinet of Abraham Lincoln 82
45 Bill Arnsparger, NFL coach - Baltimore Colts and Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers; NCAA football coach; Head Coach, LSU; Athletic Director, University of Florida 81
46 Bill Mallory, head football coach, Miami University, University of Colorado at Boulder, Indiana University Bloomington; Big Ten Coach of the Year 75
47 John B. Weller, fifth Governor of California, former Congressman from Ohio, U.S. Senator from California and Minister to Mexico 69
48 Charlie Leibrandt, former pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals, Atlanta Braves, and Texas Rangers; 140-119 Major League record 65
49 James G. Jones, retired Major General, U.S. Air Force 63
50 Tim Naehring, former MLB player, Boston Red Sox 63
51 Mark B. Rosenberg, Chancellor of the State University System of Florida 62
52 Ira Newble, NBA player, Cleveland Cavaliers, Seattle Supersonics and Los Angeles Lakers 61
53 Andrew Daniel, Reality Personality; Winner: Big Brother 5 (U.S.) 59
54 Randy Ayers, former NBA player and college Head Coach at Ohio State University and Head Coach of the NBA's Philadelphia 76ers, Assistant Coach of the Orlando Magic and current Assistant Coach of NBA Washington Wizards 59
55 Mitchell Rales, co-founder, CEO, and current Chairman of the Executive Committee and Director of Danaher Corporation 55
56 Kevyn Adams, NHL player, Chicago Blackhawks; member of 2006 Stanley Cup champion Carolina Hurricanes 55
57 Sherman Smith, NFL player, Seattle Seahawks, Running Backs Coach, Seattle Seahawks, coach Tennessee Titans, Offensive Coordinator Washington Redskins 55
58 Grayson L. Kirk, former president, Columbia University 54
59 Bill Sammon, Senior White House Correspondent, Washington Examiner, formerly at The Washington Times; and political analyst for Fox News Channel, and the author of four New York Times bestsellers. 52
60 Richard T. Farmer, Founder and Chairman of the [link] 49
61 Isaac M. Jordan, U.S. Representative from Ohio 48
62 Chung Un-chan, current Prime Minister of South Korea 48
63 John Pont, Head football coach, Miami University, Yale University, Indiana University, Northwestern University; national Coach of the Year; lead Indiana to Big Ten title and Rose Bowl 47
64 Sidney Souers, First Central Intelligence Agency Director appointed by President Harry S. Truman 47
65 C. Michael Armstrong former CEO of Hughes Electronics, Comcast Corporation & AT&T 45
66 Andrew L. Harris, 44th Governor of Ohio (1906–1909), U.S. Commissioner, American Civil War General 43
67 Brian Savage, NHL player, Philadelphia Flyers 42
68 Alphonso Hodge, NFL player, Cornerback, Kansas City Chiefs 42
69 Randy Robitaille, NHL player, Ottawa Senators 41
70 John Ely, Major League Baseball pitcher, Los Angeles Dodgers 38
71 Travis Prentice, retired NFL player, NCAA Division 1-A Career leader in points scored, Cleveland Browns, Minnesota Vikings 37
72 William Isaac, Chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) from 1981 through 1985 37
73 Ron Hunter, head basketball coach, IUPUI 35
74 Walter Wangerin, Jr., theologian and award-winning author 35
75 Darrell M. West, Brown University professor, author, and Brookings Institution political scientist 34
76 Rob Carpenter, NFL player, where he rushed for 4,363 yards in a 10-year career with the Houston Oilers, New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams. 33
77 John McVay former Head Coach New York Giants; General Manager, San Francisco 49ers (5 Super Bowl Championships; NFL Executive of the Year winner 33
78 Nobby Wirkowski, professional football player and coach 32
79 Alain Chevrier, NHL player, New Jersey Devils 31
80 Bob Jencks, player NFL, Washington Redskins and Chicago Bears; Super Bowl Champions with Chicago Bears 31
81 Ryne Robinson, NFL player, Carolina Panthers 30
82 John E. Dolibois, ambassador to Luxembourg and interrogator at the Nuremberg Trials 29
83 Robert J. Meder, World War II Doolittle Raider 25
84 Jack Baruth, pro BMX rider and Alt Fuel class winner of the 2006 Cannonball Run 24
85 Helen Jones-Kelley, Director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services 24
86 Carmen Cozza, former head football Coach, Yale University; played in NFL for Green Bay Packers and in Cleveland Indians and Chicago White Sox organization 23
87 Terrence Moore, sports columnist, Atlanta Journal-Constitution and AOL Sports 23
88 Bob Schul, 1964 Olympic Gold medalist, 5000m run 23
89 Donald Barr, professor of Human Ecology at Cornell University and leader of movement to disinvest in South Africa 23
90 Mike Glumac, NHL player, St. Louis Blues 22
91 David Archibald Harvey, U.S. Representative from Oklahoma 21
92 Jackson Rohm, pop/country musician 21
93 Bob Hitchens, player, NFL, New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers 21
94 John Kenkel, founder Renaissance Strategic Advisors 20
95 Emily E. Douglas, CEO and Founder of Grandma's Gifts Inc. 20
96 Ira Berkow, sports writer, New York Times 19
97 David A. Caputo, president of Pace University 19
98 Ernest H. Volwiler, former chairman, Abbott Labs and co-inventor, Pentothal 19
99 Eric Beverly, NFL player, Detroit Lions and Atlanta Falcons 18
100 Steve Fireovid, former Major League Baseball Pitcher and author of "The 26th Man: One Minor League Pitcher's Pursuit of a Dream." 18
101 Terry Graves, 2nd Lt. USMC, Recipient of the Medal of Honor for actions in Vietnam, 1968. 18
102 Jacob Bell, NFL, St. Louis Rams 16
103 Ronald Crutcher, President of Wheaton College 15
104 Burnie Bridge, Wisconsin Court of Appeals 15
105 John Alexander Anderson, former Congressman from Kansas, consul to Egypt, and second President of Kansas State University 14
106 Matthew Yuricich, Academy Award winner, special effects 14
107 Scott Sauerbeck, Major League Baseball pitcher, Cincinnati Reds 14
108 Durbin Ward, Civil War General, newspaper publisher, and U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio 13
109 Arthur F. Gorham, Army officer and paratrooper who led the airborne invasion of Sicily during World War II, twice awarded the Distinguished Service Cross 13
110 John Feldmeier, professor of Political Science at Wright State University and First Amendment attorney 13
111 Darrell Hedric, winningest basketball coach in Miami history 13
112 Samuel Laws, inventor of the stock ticker on the New York Gold Exchange 12
113 David Swing, noted 19th century preacher and liberal theologian; confidant of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. 12
114 Mara MacDonald, television reporter, WDIV-TV 11
115 Phil Lumpkin, player, NBA Portland Trailblazer and Phoenix Suns, later became a successful high school basketball coach in Washington State 11
116 Stephen Clegg Rowan, Admiral in Union Navy, who also led the U.S. Marines ashore in California in the war with Mexico; first to put the U.S. flag in California soil to claim it for the U.S. 10
117 Joseph M. Bachelor, poet, professor 10
118 Bob Babich, former NFL player, San Diego Chargers and Cleveland Browns; First-Team All-American in football. 10
119 Joseph W. Clokey, organist, composer 9
120 Anthony Thornton, U.S. Representative from Illinois and Illinois Supreme Court Justice 9
121 Dave Hyde, sports columnist 9
122 Janet Greenip, Maryland State Senator 9
123 William Mulliken, 1960 Olympic Gold medalist, swimming 8
124 Henry Mitchell MacCracken, Former Chancellor of New York University 8
125 Bruce Downey, Chief Executive Officer of Barr Pharmaceuticals 7
126 Ozro J. Dodds, U.S. Representative from Ohio 7
127 Milton Sayler, U.S. Representative from Ohio 6
128 Dan Dalrymple, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach- Super Bowl XLIV Champion New Orleans Saints, 2009 Professional Football Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Year 5
129 Steve Strome, Head Tennis Coach, LSU 5
130 Bud Haidet, Athletic Director, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee. Instrumental in Milwaukee's move from NAIA to NCAA Division I membership in 1990-91. The men's and women's basketball teams both reached the NCAA Tournament in 2006. The men's team also advanced to the Sweet 16 in 2005, as well as qualified for the 2003 NCAA Tournament. 5
131 Andy Vollmer former Acting General Counsel, United States Securities and Exchange Commission 5
132 James Edwin Campbell, 38th Governor of Ohio 5
133 Samuel Galloway, U.S. Representative from Ohio (1855–57) 5
134 Chad Pergram, radio newscaster for National Public Radio < 5
135 Randy Walker, former head football coach at Miami and Northwestern University < 5
136 Katie Lee Joel, television personality, food critic, and wife of pop music superstar Billy Joel < 5
137 William Dennison Jr., U.S. Postmaster General; 24th Governor of Ohio (1860–1862) < 5
138 Michael Oxley, Member of Congress and co-sponsor of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act < 5
139 Richard Heckert former CEO of DuPont < 5
140 Charles Anderson, 27th Governor of Ohio (1865–1866) < 5
141 John H. Patterson, founder of NCR (National Cash Register) < 5
142 Kimberly Walker, Chief Investment Officer of Washington University in St. Louis < 5
143 Bill Doran, former second baseman for the Houston Astros, Cincinnati Reds, and Milwaukee Brewers; bench coach, Kansas City Royals < 5

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