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Oct 21 2010
1 Sergey Brin, Co-Founder and Technology President of Google 7355
2 Carly Fiorina, M.B.A. 1980, former chair and CEO of Hewlett-Packard, 2010 Republican nominee for California United States Senate seat 5907
3 Larry David, B.A. 1970, actor, writer and producer ("Curb Your Enthusiasm", "Seinfeld") 5713
4 Jim Henson, B.S. 1960, creator of the Muppets 3874
5 Terence Morris, former NBA player 2844
6 Steve Francis, NBA player, 2000 NBA Co-Rookie of the Year 2818
7 Travis Pastrana, motorsports competitor and stuntman 2801
8 Michael Ealy, B.A., actor (Barbershop series) 2557
9 Connie Chung, B.S. 1969, news anchor with CBS, NBC, and CNN 2312
10 Liz Lemon from 30 Rock 2211
11 Len Bias, basketball player, 1986 ACC Athlete of the Year 2038
12 Shawne Merriman, NFL linebacker, 2005 NFL Draft first round pick, 2005 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year 1857
13 David Simon, creator, producer, and co-writer of The Wire and creator of Homicide: Life on the Street 1758
14 Boomer Esiason, B.G.S. 1984, former NFL quarterback and current television broadcaster, led the Cincinnati Bengals to Super Bowl XXIII 1406
15 Karen Allen, actress in (Animal House, The Blues Brothers, Raiders of the Lost Ark) 1339
16 Haley James Scott from One Tree Hill 1328
17 Jeff Kinney, New York Times best selling Diary of a Wimpy Kid series 1316
18 Carl Bernstein, famously broke the Watergate scandal with Bob Woodward, their work helped earn The Washington Post a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 1973 1294
19 Steve Blake, NBA player 1274
20 Nathan Scott from One Tree Hill 1263
21 Valerie Solanas, attempted to assassinate Andy Warhol 1201
22 Gayle King, editor-at-large for O, The Oprah Magazine, host for an XM Radio program 1182
23 Art Bell, founder and host of the radio program, Coast to Coast AM 1113
24 Daniel Snyder (attended), owner of the Washington Redskins, Chairman of the Board of Six Flags 1082
25 Steny Hoyer, B.S. 1963, U.S. Congressman from Maryland and House Majority Leader of the 110th United States Congress, chief sponsor of the Americans with Disabilities Act 1079
26 Dana Scully from The X-Files 1066
27 Aaron McGruder, creator of The Boondocks series 1042
28 Kiran Chetry, former Fox News Channel personality and current CNN American Morning co-host 981
29 Mike Tice, former NFL head coach 921
30 Tiffany Taylor, Playboy Playmate (November 1998) 899
31 Scott Van Pelt, anchor for SportsCenter on ESPN 773
32 Robert Novak, journalist and benefactor the athletics program 764
33 Greivis Vasquez, NBA player, 2010 ACC Player of the Year, Bob Cousy Award winner 757
34 Vernon Davis, tied NFL record for most touchdown receptions by a tight end in a season in 2009 754
35 Bitty Schram, actress (Monk) 736
36 Jayson Blair, New York Times journalist 728
37 Joe Smith, NBA player, 1995 Naismith College Player of the Year 556
38 Thomas Schelling, professor emeritus, economics and public policy, 2005 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for game theory analysis 528
39 Maurice Edu, Major League Soccer (MLS) player, first overall pick of the 2007 MLS SuperDraft 501
40 Darrius Heyward-Bey, the first wide receiver selected in the 2009 NFL Draft (seventh overall pick) 495
41 Randy White, former NFL defensive lineman, College and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee 454
42 George Dantzig, B.A. 1936, mathematician 453
43 Shabbir Ahluwalia, Indian television actor currently playing to role of Milind Mishra in Indian soap opera named Kayamath which airs at Indian Channel STAR Plus 446
44 Dominique Dawes, Olympic gymnast for the 1992, 1996, 2000 U.S. teams 444
45 Kris Jenkins, NFL defensive tackle, played in Super Bowl XXXVIII 444
46 Judith Resnik, Ph.D. 1977, NASA astronaut, died aboard the Challenger 434
47 Steve Bisciotti, owner of the Baltimore Ravens, benefactor of the athletics program, and personal friend of men's basketball coach Gary Williams 395
48 Robert M. Parker, Jr., B.A. 1970, wine critic 392
49 Bonnie Bernstein, network TV sports reporter 388
50 John C. Mather, astrophysicist and adjunct physics professor, 2006 Nobel Prize in Physics 385
51 Vivek Kundra, Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the United States of America 371
52 Joe Haldeman, science fiction writer, best known for The Forever War 357
53 Thomas R. Norris, B.S. 1967, retired U.S. Navy SEAL and recipient of the Medal of Honor 357
54 Juan Dixon, former NBA player, 2002 NCAA Tournament MOP, ACC Athlete of the Year 355
55 Tim Kurkjian, analyst for ESPN 347
56 Pam Ward, anchor for ESPN and ESPN2 341
57 Lester R. Brown, M.S. 1959, founder and President of the Earth Policy Institute 322
58 Lou Pai, former CEO of Enron Energy Services 309
59 Heidi Collins, anchor for CNN 302
60 Raymond Davis, Jr., B.S. 1937, M.S. 1940, physicist and recipient of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Physics; lead scientist behind the Homestake Experiment 299
61 David Silverman (attended), animator, director, producer on The Simpsons, director of The Simpsons Movie, and co-director of Monsters, Inc. 294
62 Elaine Marshall, North Carolina Secretary of State 289
63 Kevin Plank, founder of Under Armour athletic apparel company 285
64 Norman Chad, sports writer, ESPN personality 281
65 John Lucas II former NBA player and coach, tennis player and coach 275
66 Neil O'Donnell, former NFL quarterback, played in Super Bowl XXX 240
67 James MacGregor Burns, Presidential biographer, scholar at the James MacGregor Burns Academy of Leadership at the University of Maryland; won Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award for 1971 biographer of President Franklin D. Roosevelt 236
68 George Pelecanos, mystery writer 233
69 Tim Sweeney, computer game programmer and founder of Epic Games 230
70 William Daniel Phillips, professor of physics, 1997 Nobel Prize in Physics for contributions in laser cooling 229
71 Taylor Twellman, MLS and United States men's national soccer team player, 2005 MLS MVP 215
72 Mark Schwahn, creator of One Tree Hill 211
73 Charles Fefferman, B.S. 1966, mathematician and child prodigy, winner of the Fields Medal, received his B.S. with honors at the age of 17 210
74 Gary Williams, B.S. 1968, head coach of the University of Maryland (1989–present) 204
75 Frank Reich, former NFL quarterback, held both the NFL and NCAA records for the largest margin second half comebacks 202
76 Michael Griffin, NASA Administrator 202
77 LaMont Jordan, NFL running back for the Denver Broncos; 2000 Heisman Trophy candidate 198
78 Chris Wilcox, NBA player 169
79 Frank Cho, drew comic strip for the The Diamondback and creator of the comic strip and comic book Liberty Meadows 164
80 Pete Koch, former NFL defensive lineman, 1984 NFL Draft first round pick 161
81 Buck Williams, former NBA player 157
82 Ed Snider, owner of the Philadelphia Flyers and the Philadelphia 76ers 151
83 Tony Massenburg, former NBA player 145
84 Ralph Friedgen, University of Maryland head coach 138
85 Dennis Cardoza, U.S. Congressman from California 132
86 Chris Seitz, MLS player, fourth overall pick of the 2007 MLS SuperDraft 123
87 Martha Grimes, author of detective fiction 120
88 Morgan Wootten, B.S. 1956, long-time DeMatha High School basketball coach, Basketball Hall of Fame inductee, winningest basketball coach at any level 118
89 David Mills, screenwriter, author, and journalist; writer for the Emmy winning HBO miniseries The Corner and Treme 118
90 David S. Broder, Professor at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism and weekly columnist for The Washington Post; Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Commentary 117
91 Jermaine Lewis, former NFL wide receiver, two-time Pro Bowler 116
92 Joe Castiglione, athletic director of the University of Oklahoma 116
93 Saqib Ali, Maryland State Delegate 111
94 Dutch Ruppersberger, B.S. 1967, U.S. Congressman from Maryland 110
95 Brett Cecil, Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher 109
96 Eric Milton, MLB player 107
97 Beth McCarthy-Miller, B.A., Saturday Night Live director from 1995 to 2006, 30 Rock director 106
98 Renaldo Nehemiah, B.A. 1981, track athlete, former holder of the 110m hurdle and current holder of the 55m hurdles world records 106
99 Lonny Baxter, former NBA player 105
100 Leonard Pitts, nationally-syndicated columnist and winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary; visiting professor at Maryland 104
101 Frank Wycheck, former NFL tight end, three-time Pro Bowler 103
102 Millard Tydings, B.S. 1910, U.S. Senator from Maryland who introduced legislation in 1920 to create the University of Maryland 103
103 Marvin Mandel, Governor of Maryland (1969–1979) 97
104 Fred Funk, professional golfer on the PGA Tour 97
105 Karen Hesse, author of children's literature, MacArthur Fellow 96
106 William Lacy Clay, Jr., B.A. 1974, U.S. Congressman from Missouri 96
107 Richard Baker, Historian of the United States Senate 95
108 Susan Carroll Schwab, current U.S. Trade Representative and former dean of the School of Public Policy 94
109 Glenn L. Martin, aircraft pioneer for which the Institute of Technology is named 92
110 Adrian Branch, former NBA player 90
111 Tom McMillen, U.S. Congressman, former NBA player 78
112 Mark McEwen, TV personality for CBS Morning News and The Early Show 78
113 Gordon Humphrey, 1962, former U.S. Senator from New Hampshire 77
114 George J. Laurer, B.S. 1951, inventor of the Universal Product Code (UPC) 76
115 Joseph Tydings, U.S. Senator from Maryland 76
116 Jeong H. Kim, Ph.D. 1991, President of Bell Labs 74
117 Walt Williams, former NBA player 74
118 Geroy Simon, CFL wide receiver, 2006 CFL Most Outstanding Player 73
119 William E. Mayer, owner of the Hartford Colonials, former CEO of Credit Suisse 72
120 Gene Shue, former NBA player, coach, general manager 71
121 Tim Brant, sports television commentator 69
122 Raul Fernandez (entrepreneur), chairman and CEO of Proxicom, co-owner of the NHL Washington Capitals, NBA Washington Wizards, director of Liz Claiborne 64
123 Chris Kubasik, President and COO of Lockheed Martin 64
124 Charlie Keller, MLB player, five-time All-Star selection 63
125 Marc Melitz, M.S.B.A. 1992, professor of economics at Harvard University 63
126 Stan Gelbaugh, former NFL quarterback 63
127 Keith Booth, former NBA player, current University of Maryland assistant coach 62
128 Jimmy Roberts, reporter for NBC 61
129 Manning Marable, Ph.D. 1976, professor of public affairs, political science, and history at Columbia University 60
130 Gail Berman, B.A. 1978, former president of Paramount Pictures 59
131 Jason Kravits, actor (The Practice) 59
132 Charles L. Bennett, B.S. 1978, astrophysicist at Johns Hopkins University 58
133 Bernie Faloney, former CFL player, 1961 CFL Most Outstanding Player, Canadian Football Hall of Fame inductee 58
134 Robert H. Smith, B.S. 1950, real estate developer, namesake of the Robert H. Smith School of Business 57
135 Jeffrey Kluger, writer, best known for co-writing Lost Moon: The Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13 with Jim Lovell, the book the movie Apollo 13 is based on 56
136 Gary Collins, former NFL wide receiver, 1962 NFL Draft first round pick, NFL 1960s All-Decade Team 55
137 Dick Modzelewski, former NFL tackle and head coach, College Football Hall of Fame inductee 54
138 Tobin J. Marks, B.S. 1966, professor of material science and engineering at Northwestern University, awarded the 2002 American Institute of Chemists' Gold Medal 54
139 Frank Urso, lacrosse player, National Lacrosse Hall of Fame inductee, one of just four college lacrosse players all-time to earn first-team All-America honors all four seasons 51
140 Tina Cervasio, television sportscaster for the New England Sports Network 51
141 John Berry, Director of the United States Office of Personnel Management and former director of the Smithsonian National Zoological Park 49
142 Peter Mehlman, writer and co-executive producer (Seinfeld)Larry_David_(B.A._1969),_co-creator_and_producer_of_Seinfeld_and_star_of_Curb_Your_Enthusiasm.">File:LarryDavidDec09.jpg|thumb|right|Larry David (B.A. 1969), co-creator and producer of Seinfeld and star of Curb Your Enthusiasm. 49
143 Jack Kelley, former reporter for USA Today 48
144 Edward J. Perkins, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Liberia, and South Africa 48
145 Charlene Drew Jarvis, Ph.D. 1971, president of Southeastern University 47
146 Robert C. Bonner, Commissioner of United States Customs Service and former administrator of the Drug Enforcement Agency 45
147 Victoria Hale, Founder and CEO of Institute for OneWorld Health, MacArthur Fellow and adjunct associate professor of biopharmaceutical sciences at University of California, San Francisco, advisor to the World Health Organization 45
148 Len Elmore, former NBA player, television sports commentator for ESPN 44


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