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Oct 21 2010
1 Diana Taurasi - guard for the Phoenix Mercury 6854
2 Meg Ryan - actress 6653
3 Moby - musician 4569
4 Ray Allen - 5th pick in the 1996 NBA Draft, currently starting shooting guard for the Boston Celtics 2596
5 Tony Todd - actor 2058
6 Judy Collins - musician 1768
7 Hasheem Thabeet - 2nd pick in the 2009 NBA draft to the Memphis Grizzlies. 809
8 Ben Gordon - NBA 3rd pick in 2004 NBA Draft, (Detroit Pistons) Guard 803
9 Sue Bird - point guard for the Seattle Storm, 1st overall pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft. 758
10 Robert Diamond - president & CEO of Barclays Bank 730
11 Bobby Moynihan - actor and comedian 719
12 Franklin Chang-Diaz - astronaut and physicist 703
13 Richard Hamilton - 7th pick in 1999 NBA Draft, (Detroit Pistons) Guard 658
14 Emeka Okafor - 2nd pick in 2004 NBA Draft, (New Orleans Hornets) Power Forward 566
15 Rudy Gay - NBA 8th overall pick in 2006 NBA Draft, (Memphis Grizzlies) Guard 547
16 Paige Turco - actress 541
17 Rebecca Lobo - former WNBA player and current ESPN analyst 518
18 Caron Butler - NBA 10th pick in 2002 NBA Draft, (Washington Wizards) Guard 482
19 Charlie Villanueva - NBA 7th pick in 2005 NBA Draft, (Detroit Pistons) Forward 460
20 Michael Bergin - supermodel 452
21 Kirk Ferentz - former UConn linebacker and current University of Iowa football head coach. Also former University of Maine football head coach and former Cleveland Browns/Baltimore Ravens offensive line coach 410
22 Robert D. Kaplan - journalist and Atlantic Monthly editor 395
23 Ronald Mallett - researcher in time travel (Professor of Physics) 371
24 Wally Lamb - best-selling author (Associate Professor of Creative Writing; also a UConn graduate) 311
25 Chris Murphy - Democratic U.S. Congressman 307
26 Josh Boone - 23rd pick in the 2006 NBA Draft (New Jersey Nets) 298
27 Ron Palillo - actor 297
28 Bob Kaufman - Bob's Discount Furniture (president) 266
29 David Lee - Nobel Prize-winning physicist 263
30 Justin Foley - drummer for Killswitch Engage 251
31 Ian Stewart, mathematician (Visiting Professor of Mathematics, 1977-1978) 226
32 Dan Orlovsky - Houston Texans quarterback 209
33 Travis Knight - Former NBA player, 29th pick in 1996 NBA Draft, Center 196
34 Kevin B. MacDonald - evolutionary psychology theorist 194
35 Swin Cash - point guard for the Seattle Storm, 2nd overall pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft. 193
36 Beau Billingslea - voice actor and former UConn football player 185
37 Donyell Marshall - 4th pick in 1994 NBA Draft 184
38 Khalid El-Amin - former Chicago Bulls Guard 174
39 Clifford R. Robinson - basketball player for the New Jersey Nets 166
40 Donald Brown - Running back for the Indianapolis Colts. 153
41 Deon Anderson - fullback for the Dallas Cowboys 150
42 Bobbie Ann Mason - novelist and literary critic 146
43 Jake Voskuhl - NBA center currently playing for the(Charlotte Bobcats) 145
44 Denham Brown - 40th pick in the 2006 NBA Draft (Seattle Supersonics) 136
45 Joe Courtney- Democratic U.S. Congressman 135
46 Lien Chan, former vice president of the Republic of China (Assistant Professor of Political Science, 1967-1968) 131
47 Tim Page, Pulitzer Prize-winning music critic and biographer of Dawn Powell 131
48 Kevin O'Connor - former U.S. Attorney for the State of Connecticut and Chief of Staff to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales 127
49 Hilton Armstrong - NBA 12th pick in 2006 NBA Draft, (New Orleans Hornets) Forward/Center 123
50 Elaine Scarry - author and Harvard University professor 121
51 Ann Beattie, author 120
52 Mary Cadorette - actor 110
53 Charles Nagy - former all-star Major League Baseball pitcher 108
54 Kenneth North - former United States Air Force Brigadier General 107
55 Richard Bernstein - journalist and author 97
56 Kevin Ollie - NBA guard for the(Philadelphia 76ers) 94
57 Massimo Pigliucci - outspoken anti-creationism scientist 89
58 Kara Wolters - Former WNBA center for the Houston Comets 87
59 Bob Schaefer - bench coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers and former manager for the Kansas City Royals 80
60 Joseph Renzulli gifted education theorist 80
61 Elizabeth Bear (Sarah Bear Elizabeth Wishnevsky) - author 79
62 Ann Lane Petry - author 78
63 Scott Burrell - first American draft pick for MLB and NBA...Played in the NBA from 1995-2001 78
64 Svetlana Abrosimova - forward for the Minnesota Lynx 76
65 Richard Eberhart, poet 69
66 Joel Rosenberg - author 68
67 Sam Rutigliano - former Cleveland Browns head coach 67
68 Rajai Davis - MLB Outfielder for the Oakland Athletics 66
69 Ross Miller - Literary critic and biographer for Philip Roth and nephew of playwright Arthur Miller. 65
70 Tamika Raymond - 6th overall pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft. Currently plays for the Connecticut Sun 64
71 Shavar Thomas - soccer player for the Kansas City Wizards 64
72 Joseph W. Polisi - president of The Juilliard School 63
73 Walt Dropo - former all-star Major League Baseball first baseman, 1950 MLB Rookie of the Year Award winner (American League) 63
74 Tom Penders - head men's basketball coach at the University of Houston 59
75 Rex Warner, author and translator (Professor of Classics, 1962-1973) 58
76 Florence Roisman - Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis professor and social activist 54
77 Jennifer Rizzotti - former pro basketball player and current University of Hartford women's head coach 54
78 Ann Strother - 15th overall pick in the 2006 WNBA Draft. Currently plays for the Atlanta Dream. 54
79 Richard Popkin, philosophy historian 51
80 Myron W. Krueger, computer scientist (Professor of Computer Science, 1974-85) 50
81 Lewis Turco - poet and writing teacher 49
82 Jesse Carlson - MLB Pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays 48
83 Tate George - former basketball player for the New Jersey Nets & Milwaukee Bucks 47
84 Sam Gejdenson - former Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives 47
85 Damani Ralph - former Chicago Fire player and current FC Rubin Kazan striker 44
86 David Valesky - Democratic member of the New York State Senate 43
87 Chris Smith - former Minnesota Timberwolves Guard 41
88 Charles Schlueter - trumpeter 41
89 Roy D'Andrade, developer of cognitive anthropology 41
90 Jeremy Leven - author, director, producer, and screenwriter 40
91 Nykesha Sales - former WNBA player for the Connecticut Sun 40
92 Asjha Jones - center/power forward for the Connecticut Sun. 39
93 Shea Ralph - drafted in the third round (40th pick) of the 2001 WNBA Draft by the Utah Starzz 39
94 Ruth Millikan - philosopher of language (Emeritus Professor of Philosophy) 39
95 Ned Kahn - environmental artist and MacArthur "genius grant" recipient 38
96 Jennifer Barnhart - actor and puppeteer 38
97 Olu Oguibe - Professor of Painting and author of The Culture Game 37
98 Tanisha Brito - former Miss Connecticut and Miss Georgia USA 36
99 Shaun McNally - Democratic politician 36
100 Eliot A. Jardines - Assistant Deputy Director of U.S. National Intelligence for Open Source Intelligence 36
101 Pedro Segarra, Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut 34
102 George Harrison - senior vice president at Nintendo 34
103 Charles A. Duelfer - head of the Iraq Survey Group 33
104 Martha Piper - immediate past president and vice chancellor of the University of British Columbia 33
105 Alvin Liberman, Famous Speech Scientist (Professor of Psychology) 33
106 Jason Grabowski - Former Major League Baseball Player 33
107 Ashley Battle - 25th overall pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft, currently plays for the New York Liberty 31
108 Rosemary S. Pooler - Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit 31
109 Nick Giaquinto - Former NFL tailback, member of the Super Bowl XVII champion Washington Redskins 31
110 Richard Mastracchio - astronaut and engineer 31
111 Rick Sternbach - Emmy-winning illustrator and visual effects artist 31
112 Thomas Joseph Meskill - former Republican U.S. Representative and Governor for Connecticut 28
113 Corny Thompson - Former NBA forward for the Dallas Mavericks 28
114 Paul A. Yost, Jr. - former United States Coast Guard Commandant 27
115 Brian Lewis, engineer/chemist, major contributor to the Manhattan project 27
116 Ann Charters - Beat scholar who worked with Jack Kerouac to write his biography (Professor of English) 26
117 Julius R. Nasso - film producer 26
118 Dan Iassogna - current Major League Baseball umpire 25
119 Jeff Fulchino - MLB pitcher for the Houston Astros 25
120 Leigh Montville - sports journalist 25
121 Bob Staak - former Wake Forest University and NBA coach 25
122 Barbara Turner - 11th overall pick in the 2006 WNBA Draft. Currently plays for Mersin Büyükşehir Belediyesi S.K. Women's Basketball 24
123 J. A. Scott Kelso, neuroscientist (Professor of Psychology and Biobehavioral Sciences) 24
124 Lui Collins - folk singer-songwriter 23
125 Philip Rubin - CEO and senior scientist at Haskins Laboratories 23
126 Mpho Moloi - midfielder for the Houston Dynamo 23
127 Shane Stafford - Arena Football League quarterback 22
128 Gina Barreca - humor author, contributor to The Hartford Courant, blogger for The Chronicle of Higher Education and Psychology Today, and professor of English Literature and feminist theory 22
129 Brian Kozlowski - Former NFL fullback/tight end 21
130 Pete Walker - Former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher 21
131 Kelly Schumacher - Former WNBA player for the Indiana Fever. 14th overall pick in the 2001 WNBA Draft 21
132 Hajim al-Hassani - speaker of the Iraqi National Assembly 20
133 Xiangzhong "Jerry" Yang - world animal cloning leader and director of the Center for Regenerative Biology (Professor of Animal Science) 20
134 Francelia Butler, author and renowned expert on children's literature (Professor of English, 1968-1992) 20
135 Jessica Moore - Current WNBA for the Los Angeles Sparks 20
136 Charde Houston - Current WNBA player for the Minnesota Lynx 19
137 Kenneth Fuchs - Grammy-nominated composer and former head of the Department of Music (School of Fine Arts) 19
138 Pam Arciero - puppeteer 19
139 Michael North - author and UCLA Professor 18
140 Todd Krygier - Former NHL left-winger for the Hartford Whalers, Washington Capitals & Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 18
141 Wayne Worcester - author and journalist (Professor of Journalism) 18
142 Samih Farsoun - academic and Arab-American activist 18
143 John Klein - chairman, CEO, and president of People's Bank 17
144 Albert Francis Blakeslee, botanist (when it was still Connecticut Agricultural College) 17
145 Ketia Swanier - 12th overall pick in the 2008 WNBA Draft by the Connecticut Sun 17
146 Skip Schoolnik - film director and producer 16
147 Toby Kimball - Former NBA forward. Played for 6 teams, spent most of his career with the San Diego Rockets. 16
148 Joette Katz - Associate Justice, Connecticut Supreme Court 16
149 Gideon Rodan, biochemist and osteopath (School of Dental Medicine, 1970 to 1985) 15
150 Victor Denenberg, notable developmental psychobiologist 15
151 Peter Noznick - food chemist 15
152 Robert A. Gross - historian, author The Minutemen and their World 14
153 Alfred Fincher - New Orleans Saints linebacker 14
154 Chuck Aleksinas - former center for the Golden State Warriors 14
155 Robert Giaimo - former U.S. Representative who helped create the National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Washington Metro 14

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