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List of sportspeople educated at Texas Tech University

The 1939 Texas Tech Red Raiders football team

Texas Tech University, often referred to as Texas Tech or TTU, is a public, coeducational, research university located in Lubbock, Texas. Established on February 10, 1923, and originally known as Texas Technological College, the university is the leading institution of the Texas Tech University System and has the seventh largest student body in the state of Texas. It is the only school in Texas to house an undergraduate institution, law school, and medical school at the same location. Initial enrollment in 1925 was 910 students;[1] as of fall 2010, the university has 31,637 students from more than 110 countries, all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.[2] Since the university's first graduating class in 1927 of 26 students, Texas Tech has awarded more than 220,000 degrees, including 47,000 graduate and professional degrees to its alumni.[3] The Texas Tech Alumni Association, with over 27,000 members, operates more than 120 chapters in cities throughout the United States and the world.[4][5]

Since 1996, Texas Tech University has sponsored fifteen varsity teams that compete in nine sports: American football, baseball, basketball, cross country running, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. When the university opened for 1925–26 academic year, three varsity teams, baseball, men's basketball, and football, were fielded during that season. Gene Alford, who began playing for the Portsmouth Spartans in 1931, was the first Texas Tech alumni to play in a professional league. Many more Texas Tech alumni have become professional athletes and coaches in sports leagues including, but not limited to, Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Basketball Association (NBA), National Football League (NFL), and the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA).

Several Texas Tech Red Raiders have been honored for both their collegiate, and professional achievements. Collegiality, six position awards have been awarded to seven Red Raiders. The Doak Walker Award, honoring the top college football running back, was presented to Bam Morris in 1993 and Byron Hanspard in 1996. The Sammy Baugh Trophy, honoring the top college football passer, was presented to Kliff Kingsbury in 2002, B. J. Symons in 2003, and Graham Harrell in 2007. Harrell also received the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, honoring the most outstanding senior quarterback in college football, in 2008. Wes Welker received the Mosi Tatupu Award, presented to the special teams player of the year from 1997 to 2006, in 2003. In 2007, Michael Crabtree received the Fred Biletnikoff Award and Paul Warfield Award, honoring the top college football receiver. The following season, Crabtree received both awards again, becoming the only player to win either award more than once. Four Red Raiders, Donny Anderson, Hub Bechtol, E. J. Holub, and Dave Parks, have been named to the College Football Hall of Fame.[A 1] Three-time Olympic Gold Medalist and three-time WNBA Most Valuable Player Sheryl Swoopes, was the first player signed by the WNBA.[7] Professionally, football coaches Carl Madison and John Parchman were named High School Football Coach of the Year by USA Today in 1988 and 1999 respectively.[8][9]

AlumniEdit

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AthleticsEdit

List of Texas Tech University athletics alumni
Alumnus Class year Notability Refs
Daniel, LeighLeigh Daniel National Collegiate Athletic Association championship track athlete; Ashland University women's cross country head coach [10]
Kipyego, SallySally Kipyego National Collegiate Athletic Association championship cross country and track athlete; World Championships silver medalist; Olympic silver medalist [11]

BaseballEdit

List of Texas Tech University baseball alumni
Alumnus Class year Notability Refs
Ashby, GaryGary Ashby 1977 Texas Tech Red Raiders head coach (1984–1986) [12]
Ault, DougDoug Ault 1972 Major League Baseball player (1976–1978, 1980) [13][14]
Bard, JoshJosh Bard 1999 Major League Baseball player (2002–present) [13][15]
Braden, DallasDallas Braden 2004 Major League Baseball player (2007–present) [13][16]
Brandenburg, MarkMark Brandenburg 1992 Major League Baseball player (1995–1997) [13][17]
Clapp, StubbyStubby Clapp 1996 Major League Baseball player (2001); Tri-City ValleyCats manager (2011–present) [13][18]
Dillon, JoeJoe Dillon 1997 Major League Baseball player (2005, 2007–2009) [13][19]
Driskill, TravisTravis Driskill 1993 Major League Baseball player (2002–2005, 2007) [13][20]
Ginter, KeithKeith Ginter 1998 Major League Baseball player (2000–2005) [13][21]
Harris, DonaldDonald Harris 1989 Major League Baseball player (1991–1993) [13][22]
Harrison, ChuckChuck Harrison 1962 Major League Baseball player (1965–1967, 1969, 1971) [13][23]
Humphreys, MikeMike Humphreys 1988 Major League Baseball player (1991–1993) [13][24]
Hynes, ColtColt Hynes 2007 Minor League Baseball player (2007–present) [13][25]
Karns, NathanNathan Karns 2009 Major League Baseball player (2013–present) [13][26]
Karstens, JeffJeff Karstens 2003 Major League Baseball player (2006–present) [13][27]
Kolb, BrandonBrandon Kolb 1995 Major League Baseball player (2000–2001) [13][28]
Lunsford, TreyTrey Lunsford 2000 Major League Baseball player (2002–2003) [13][29]
Miller, MattMatt Miller 1996 Major League Baseball player (2001–2002) [13][30]
Nye, RyanRyan Nye 1995 Major League Baseball player (1997–1998) [13][31]
Richardson, DustinDustin Richardson 2006 Major League Baseball player (2009–2010) [13][32]
Sampson, ChrisChris Sampson 1999 Major League Baseball player (2006–2010) [13][33]
Smith, TravisTravis Smith 1995 Major League Baseball player (1998, 2002, 2004–2006) [13][34]
Spencer, DanDan Spencer 1987 Green River Gators head coach (1992–1996); Texas Tech Red Raiders head coach (2009–2012) [35]
Stewart, ZacharyZachary Stewart 2008 Minor League Baseball player (2008–present) [13][36]
Tomlin, JoshJosh Tomlin 2006 Major League Baseball player (2010–present) [13][37]
Watkins, SteveSteve Watkins 1998 Major League Baseball player (2004) [13][38]

BasketballEdit

List of Texas Tech University basketball alumni
Alumnus Class year Notability Refs
Battie, TonyTony Battie 1997 National Basketball Association player (1997/98–present) [39][40]
Benford, TonyTony Benford 1986 North Texas Mean Green men's basketball head coach (2012/13–present) [39][41]
Blair, GaryGary Blair 1972 (BPE), 1974 (M.Ed.) Stephen F. Austin Ladyjacks head coach (1985/86–1992/93); Arkansas Lady Razorbacks head coach (1993/94–2002/03); Texas A&M Aggies women's basketball head coach (2003/04–present) [42]
Braziel, AngieAngie Braziel 1999 Women's National Basketball Association player (1999–2001) [43]
Carr, CoryCory Carr 1998 National Basketball Association player (1998/99–2000/01) [39][44]
Davis, MarkMark Davis 1995 National Basketball Association player (1995/96) [39][45]
Dickerson, KeithaKeitha Dickerson 2000 Women's National Basketball Association player (2001–2002) [46][47]
Emmett, AndreAndre Emmett 2003 National Basketball Association player (2004/05) [39][48]
Gibson, GeneGene Gibson 1950 Texas Tech Red Raiders head coach (1961–1969) [39][49]
Grant, ErinErin Grant 2006 Women's National Basketball Association player (2007) [46][50]
Greenwalt, CistiCisti Greenwalt 2005 Women's National Basketball Association player (2006) [46][51]
Ham, DarvinDarvin Ham 1996 National Basketball Association player (1996/97–2004/05) [39][52]
Huston, GeoffGeoff Huston 1979 National Basketball Association player (1979/80–1986/87) [39][53]
Myers, GeraldGerald Myers 1959 (B.Ed.), 1965 (M.S.) Texas Tech Red Raiders head coach (1971/72–1990/91); Texas Tech University Director of Athletics (1996–2011) [54]
Nolen, PaulPaul Nolen 1953 National Basketball Association player (1953/54) [39][55]
Perkins, JiaJia Perkins 2004 Women's National Basketball Association player (2004–present) [46][56]
Pierson, PlenettePlenette Pierson 2003 Women's National Basketball Association player (2003–present) [46][57]
Powell, KasibKasib Powell 2002 National Basketball Association player (2007/08) [39][58]
Robison, PolkPolk Robison 1934 Texas Tech Red Raiders head coach (1942/43–1945/46, 1947/48–1960/61); Texas Tech University Director of Athletics (1960–1970) [59]
Sasser, JasonJason Sasser 1996 National Basketball Association player (1996/97, 1998/99) [39][60]
Sibert, SamSam Sibert 1970 National Basketball Association player (1972/73) [39][61]
Swoopes, SherylSheryl Swoopes 1993 Olympic Games Women's Basketball gold medalist (1996, 2000, 2004); Women's National Basketball Association player (1997–2000, 2002–2008, 2011–present) [46][62][63]
Taylor, JeffJeff Taylor 1982 National Basketball Association player (1982/83, 1986/87) [39][64]
Thompson, AliciaAlicia Thompson 1998 Women's National Basketball Association player (1998, 2000–2002, 2004–2005) [46][65]

FootballEdit

List of Texas Tech University football alumni
Alumnus Class year Notability Refs
Alford, GeneGene Alford 1925 National Football League player (1931–1934) [66][67]
Allison, RodneyRodney Allison 1977 Chattanooga Mocs head coach (2003–2008) [66][68]
Amendola, DannyDanny Amendola 2007 National Football League player (2009–present) [66][69]
Amerson, GlenGlen Amerson 1960 National Football League player (1961) [66][70]
Anderson, DonnyDonny Anderson 1965 National Football League player (1966–1974); College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1989) [66][71][72]
Arbubakrr, HassonHasson Arbubakrr 1982 National Football League player (1983–1984) [66][73]
Arterburn, ElmerElmer Arterburn 1951 National Football League player (1954) [66][74]
Bake, DekDek Bake 2006 Canadian Football League player (2008) [66][75]
Baker, TimTim Baker 2000 National Football League player (2001, 2003) [66][76]
Barnes, JoeJoe Barnes 1973 National Football League player (1974) [66][77]
Batch, BaronBaron Batch 2010 National Football League player (2011–present) [66][78]
Baze, WinfordWinford Baze 1935 National Football League player (1937) [66][79]
Bechtol, HubHub Bechtol 1943 All-America Football Conference player (1947–1949); College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1991) [6][66][80]
Bird, BrontBront Bird 2010 National Football League player (2011) [6][66][81]
Blackshear, RodneyRodney Blackshear 1991 CenTex Barracudas head coach (2006); Lubbock Renegades head coach (2007–2008); South Georgia Wildcats head coach (2009); Abilene Ruff Riders head coach (2010); Amarillo Venom head coach (2011) [66][82]
Briles, ArtArt Briles 1979 Houston Cougars head coach (2003–2007); Baylor Bears head coach (2008–present) [83]
Brothers, BuddyBuddy Brothers 1930 Tulsa Golden Hurricane head coach (1946–1952) [66][84]
Broussard, JamallJamall Broussard 2000 National Football League player (2004), Canadian Football League player (2007), and Arena Football League player (2008) [66][85]
Brown, WilliamWilliam Brown 1940 National Football League player (1943–1944) [66][86]
Bryant, BobBob Bryant All-America Football Conference player (1946–1949) [66][87]
Buford, MauryMaury Buford 1981 National Football League player (1982–1991) [66][88]
Callahan, JimJim Callahan 1942 National Football League player (1946) [66][89]
Carrell, JohnJohn Carrell 1965 National Football League player (1966) [66][90]
Carter, BrandonBrandon Carter 2009 National Football League player (2010–present) [66][91]
Carter, CarlCarl Carter 1985 National Football League player (1986–1992) [66][92]
Coleman, MarcusMarcus Coleman 1995 National Football League player (1996–2006) [66][93]
Crabtree, MichaelMichael Crabtree 2008 Fred Biletnikoff Award recipient (2007, 2008); Paul Warfield Award recipient (2007, 2008); National Football League player (2009–present) [66][94][95][96]
Cumbie, SonnySonny Cumbie 2004 Arena Football League player (2006–2008); San Angelo Stampede Express head coach (2009); Texas Tech Red Raiders assistant coach (2010–2013) [66][97]
Curfman, Raymond A.Raymond A. Curfman 1937 New Mexico State Aggies head coach (1946–1947); Idaho Vandals head coach (1951–1953) [66][98][99]
Curtis, KevinKevin Curtis 2001 NFL Europa player (2006–2007); Louisiana Tech Bulldogs assistant coach (2010–present) [66][100]
David, StanStan David 1983 National Football League player (1984) [66][101]
Davis, BillBill Davis 1929 National Football League player (1940–1941, 1943) [66][102]
Davis, GainesGaines Davis National Football League player (1936) [103]
Dawson, KeyuntaKeyunta Dawson 2006 National Football League player (2007–present) [66][104]
Dorris, DerekDerek Dorris 2000 National Football League Player (2002) [105]
Dowell, MuleMule Dowell 1934 National Football League player (1935–1936) [66][106]
Duniven, TommyTommy Duniven 1976 National Football League Player (1977) [66][107]
Dykes, SonnySonny Dykes 1993 Louisiana Tech Bulldogs head coach (2010–present) [108]
Earhart, RalphRalph Earhart 1948 National Football League player (1948–1949) [66][109]
Elliott, LinLin Elliott 1991 National Football League player (1992–1995) [66][110]
Everett, EricEric Everett 1987 National Football League player (1988–1992) [66][111]
Felton, EricEric Felton 1977 National Football League player (1978–1980) [66][111]
Filani, JoelJoel Filani 2006 United Football League player (2009); Arena Football League player (2010–present) [66][112]
Flowers, BobBob Flowers National Football League player (1942–1949) [113]
Flowers, LarryLarry Flowers 1979 National Football League player (1981–1985) [66][114]
Francis, CarlosCarlos Francis 2003 National Football League player (2004) [66][115]
Gandy, DylanDylan Gandy 2004 National Football League player (2005–present) [66][116]
Gill, RogerRoger Gill 1963 National Football League player (1964–1965) [66][117]
Hadnot, JamesJames Hadnot 1979 National Football League player (1980–1983); United States Football League player (1985) [66][118]
Hanson, JoselioJoselio Hanson 2002 National Football League player (2004, 2006–present); NFL Europe player (2005) [66][119][120]
Hanspard, ByronByron Hanspard 1996 Doak Walker Award recipient (1996); National Football League player (1997, 1999) [66][121][122]
Harrell, GrahamGraham Harrell 2008 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award recipient (2008); Sammy Baugh Trophy recipient (2008); National Football League player (2010–present) [66][123][124][125]
Harris, LeonardLeonard Harris 1983 National Football League player (1986–1994) [66][126]
Herchman, BillBill Herchman 1955 National Football League player (1956–1962) [66][127]
Hodges, CodyCody Hodges 2005 AF2 player (2006–2007) [66][128]
Holcomb, TexTex Holcomb 1936 National Football League player (1937) [66][129]
Holmes, PatPat Holmes 1961 Canadian Football League player (1962–1965); American Football League player (1966–1969); National Football League player (1970–1973) [66][130]
Holub, E. J.E. J. Holub 1960 American Football League player (1961–1970); College Football Hall of Fame inductee (1986) [66][131][132]
Howard, ThomasThomas Howard 1976 National Football League player (1977–1985) [66][133]
Hunt, AaronAaron Hunt 2002 Canadian Football League player (2006–present) [66][134]
Hutchison, AnthonyAnthony Hutchison 1982 National Football League player (1983–1985) [66][135]
Jackson, CharlesCharles Jackson 1985 National Football League player (1987) [66][136]
January, GlennGlenn January 2006 Canadian Football League player (2007–present) [66][137]
Jiles, DwayneDwayne Jiles 1984 National Football League player (1985–1989) [66][138]
Jordan, CurtisCurtis Jordan 1975 National Football League player (1976–1986) [66][139]
Kelley, BillBill Kelley 1948 National Football League player (1949) [66][140]
Kilcullen, BobBob Kilcullen 1956 National Football League player (1957–1958, 1960–1966) [66][141]
Kingsbury, KliffKliff Kingsbury 2002 Sammy Baugh Trophy recipient (2002); National Football League player (2005); Canadian Football League player (2006–2007); Houston Cougars assistant coach (2010–2011); Texas A&M Aggies offensive coordinator (2012); Texas Tech Red Raiders head coach (2013–present) [66][123][142][143]
Kocurek, KrisKris Kocurek 2000 National Football League player (2002); Detroit Lions assistant coach (2009–present) [144]
Lemons, DevinDevin Lemons 2000 National Football League player (2004) [66][145]
Lethridge, ZebbieZebbie Lethridge 1997 National Football League player (2001) [66][146]
Loper, DanielDaniel Loper 2004 National Football League player (2006–present) [66][147]
Lynn, AnthonyAnthony Lynn 1991 National Football League player (1993, 1995–1999); National Football League assistant coach (2000–present) [66][148][149]
Madison, CarlCarl Madison USA Today High School Football Coach of the Year (1988) [8]
Malbrough, AnthonyAnthony Malbrough 1999 National Football League player (2000); NFL Europe player (2001); Canadian Football League player (2002–2009) [66][150][151][152]
Marek, JodieJodie Marek 1938 National Football League player (1943) [66][153]
McBath, DarcelDarcel McBath 2008 National Football League player (2009–present) [66][154]
McDowell, AnthonyAnthony McDowell 1991 National Football League player (1992–1994) [66][155]
McGuire, MonteMonte McGuire 1986 National Football League player (1987) [66][156]
McKeever, EdwardEdward McKeever 1934 Notre Dame Fighting Irish head coach (1944); Cornell Big Red head coach (1945–1946); San Francisco Dons head coach (1947); Chicago Rockets head coach (1948) [66][157][158]
Mitchell, DerrellDerrell Mitchell 1993 National Football League player (1994); World League player (1995); Canadian Football League player (1997–2007) [66][159][160]
Mitchell, RolandRoland Mitchell 1986 National Football League player (1987–1994) [66][161]
Mock, MikeMike Mock 1977 National Football League player (1978) [66][162]
Mooney, EdEd Mooney 1967 National Football League player (1968–1971, 1973) [66][163]
Morris, BamBam Morris 1993 Doak Walker Award recipient (1993); National Football League player (1994–1999); National Indoor Football League player (2006) [66][121][164][165]
Morris, EricEric Morris 2008 Canadian Football League player (2009) [66][166]
Morris, SammySammy Morris 1999 National Football League player (2000–present) [66][167]
Nabors, RolandRoland Nabors 1947 All-America Football Conference player (1948) [66][168]
Neill, JimJim Neill 1936 National Football League player (1937, 1939) [66][169]
Owens, PetePete Owens 1937 National Football League player (1944) [66][170]
Parchman, JohnJohn Parchman USA Today High School Football Coach of the Year (1999) [9]
Parks, DaveDave Parks 1963 National Football League player (1964–1973); College Football Hall of Fame inductee (2008) [66][171][172]
Percival, MacMac Percival National Football League player (1967–1974) [173]
Ramirez, MannyManny Ramirez 2006 National Football League player (2007–present) [66][174]
Ramsey, HerschelHerschel Ramsey 1937 National Football League player (1938–1940, 1945) [66][175]
Randle, TateTate Randle 1981 National Football League player (1982–1987) [66][176]
Rankin, WaltWalt Rankin 1938 National Football League player (1941, 1943–1947) [66][177]
Reagor, MontaeMontae Reagor 1998 National Football League player (1999–2007) [66][178]
Rivera, GabrielGabriel Rivera 1982 National Football League player (1983) [66][179]
Rives, DonDon Rives 1972 National Football League player (1973–1978) [66][180]
Robnett, EdEd Robnett 1946 All-America Football Conference player (1947) [66][181]
Sachse, FrankFrank Sachse National Football League player (1973–1978) [182]
Schlinkman, WaltWalt Schlinkman 1945 National Football League player (1946–1949) [66][183]
Scott, PrincePrince Scott 1940 All-America Football Conference player (1946) [66][184]
Simmons, KingKing Simmons 1985 National Football League player (1987) [66][185]
Smith, MikeMike Smith 2004 National Football League player (2005–2006) [66][186]
Smith, TimmyTimmy Smith 1986 National Football League player (1987–1988, 1990) [66][187]
Stafford, DickDick Stafford 1960 National Football League player (1962–1963) [66][188]
Stinson, LemuelLemuel Stinson 1987 National Football League player (1988–1993) [66][189]
Symons, B. J.B. J. Symons 2003 Sammy Baugh Trophy recipient (2003) [123]
Taylor, BillyBilly Taylor 1977 National Football League player (1978–1982) [66][190]
Thomas, ZachZach Thomas 1995 National Football League player (1996–2008) [66][191]
Tillman, AndreAndre Tillman 1973 National Football League player (1975–1978) [66][192]
Tolliver, Billy JoeBilly Joe Tolliver 1988 National Football League player (1989–1994, 1997–1999) [66][193]
Trlica, AlexAlex Trlica 2007 National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I record holder for most points after touchdowns [66][194]
Turner, BakeBake Turner 1961 National Football League player (1962, 1970); American Football League player (1963–1969) [66][195]
Vasquez, LouisLouis Vasquez 2008 National Football League player (2009–present) [66][196]
Vinyard, KenKen Vinyard 1968 National Football League player (1970) [66][197]
Walker, SammySammy Walker 1990 National Football League player (1991–1993) [66][198]
Wall, JamarJamar Wall 2009 National Football League player (2010–present) [66][199]
Walter, JoeJoe Walter 1984 National Football League player (1985–1993, 1995–1997) [66][200]
Watts, TedTed Watts 1980 National Football League player (1981–1985, 1987) [66][201]
Webb, GeorgeGeorge Webb 1938 National Football League player (1943) [66][202]
Welker, WesWes Welker 2003 Mosi Tatupu Award recipient (2003); National Football League player (2004–present) [66][203][204]
White, Dixie B.Dixie B. White 1939 Midwestern State Mustangs head coach (1951–1952); Northeast Louisiana Indians head coach (1964–1971) [66][205][206]
Whitten, ToddTodd Whitten 1990 Tarleton State Texans head coach (1996, 2000–2004); Sam Houston State Bearkats head coach (2005–2009) [66][207]
Williams, BrandonBrandon Williams 2008 National Football League player (2010–present) [66][208]
Williams, LawrenceLawrence Williams 1974 National Football League player (1976–1977) [66][209]
Williams, RexRex Williams 1939 National Football League player (1940, 1945) [66][210]
Williams, RickyRicky Williams 2001 National Football League player (2002–2003) [66][211]
Williams, ShaudShaud Williams 2000 National Football League player (2004–2006) [66][212]
Wilson, TomTom Wilson 1966 Texas A&M Aggies head coach (1978–1981) [66][213]
Winkler, BernieBernie Winkler 1947 All-America Football Conference player (1948) [66][214]

GolfEdit

List of Texas Tech University golf alumni
Alumnus Class year Notability Refs
Cain, John PaulJohn Paul Cain 1959 1989 Greater Grand Rapids Open winner; 1992 Ameritech Senior Open winner [215][216]
Florén, OscarOscar Florén 2007 Professional golfer on the European Tour [217]
Mitchell, JeffJeff Mitchell 1976 Professional golfer; Texas Tech Red Raiders golf head coach (1990–2000); Stanford Cardinal men’s golf head coach (2000–2004); North Texas Mean Green women's golf head coach (2008–present) [218]

VolleyballEdit

List of Texas Tech University volleyball alumni
Alumnus Class year Notability Refs
Love, LisaLisa Love 1978 Texas–Arlington Mavericks head coach (1982–1988); USC Trojans head coach (1989–1998); American Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductee (2005); Arizona State University athletic director (2005–present) [219][220]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Hub Bechtol was inducted in the College Football Hall of Fame as both a member of the Texas Tech Red Raiders and the Texas Longhorns.[6]

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