Alumni Hot Shots {University Communications}

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Photo of Kevin Anderson Kevin Anderson
University director of athletics
Before he took charge of University of Maryland’s Terps, he was the director of athletics at West Point, where he turned an operating deficit of more than $1 million into a surplus of $2.73 million.
Photo of Paul Cayard Paul Cayard
A seven-time world champion, six-time America's Cup veteran and two-time Olympian, this business major was elected to the Sailing World Hall of Fame in 2002 and named Rolex Yachtsman of the Year in 1998.
Photo of Bud Harrelson Bud Harrelson
Baseball player/coach
He played shortstop for the 1969 World Champion New York Mets then managed the team in 1990 and '91. Today, "Buddy" is part owner and first base coach of the Long Island Ducks.
Photo of Gilbert Haskell Gilbert Haskell
Football coach
As the Offensive Coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks, he worked with his longtime friend, Seahawks Coach Mike Holmgren, who coached Gators football under the legendary Vic Rowen.
Photo of Tammy McGregor Tammy McGregor
Olympic athlete/coach
She won a gold medal with the U.S. Synchronized Swimming Team in the 1996 Olympics before coaching the 2008 team. Along the way, she's drawn from her studies in fashion, designing swimsuits for the team and lending her honed eye for trends to its choreography.
Photo of Floyd Peters Floyd Peters
NFL player
This gators gridiron star was too light when he played for Baltimore but after bulking up gained notice as a defensive lineman for the Philadelphia Eagles, performing in three Pro Bowls.
Photo of George Powles George Powles
Former baseball and basketball coach
This late Oakland High school coach earned a teaching certificate in 1936 before he prepared players for Major League Baseball, including Frank Robinson. As a basketball coach he discovered Bill Russell.
Photo of Kim Probst Kim Probst
Olympic athlete
The 2008 U.S. Synchronized Swimming Team co-captain and "base," the swimmer responsible for hoisting her teammates' bodies above water, this diminutive but fiercely muscled athlete was described by her coach as "the engine" of the team that competed in Beijing.
Photo of Jessie Van Roechoudt Jessie Van Roechoudt
Professional skateboarder
This honors graduate, whose last name is pronounced "van rock out," placed second in her first skateboarding contest, Vancouver's Slam City Jam, and has consistently placed in the top five ever since.
Photo of Jim Socher Jim Sochor
Football coach
His 18 consecutive conference championships as head coach of the UC Davis Aggies earned this former Gator quarterback a coveted spot in the College Football Hall of Fame.
Photo of Bob Toledo Bob Toledo
Football coach
As a quarterback for SF State's erstwhile football team, he helped the Gators take the Far Western Conference in 1967. From 1995-2002, he was head coach of the UCLA Bruins.


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