Tyler Clary

Gold Medalist, Swimming, London, 2012

Rhonda Rousey

Bronze Medalist, Judo, Beijing, 2008

Stephanie Nesbit

Bronze Medalist, Synchronized Swimming, Athens, 2004

Joanna Hayes

Gold Medalist, Track, Athens 2004

Reggie Miller

Gold medalist, Basketball, 1996, Atlanta

Cheryl Miller

Gold medalist, Basketball, 1984, Los Angeles

Sippy Woodhead

Silver medalist, Swimming, Los Angeles, 1984

Luann Ryon

Gold medalist, Archery, Montreal, 1976

Sue Nesbitt

Canadian National Synchronized Swimming coach; Australian National Team coach, Olympics, 1984, Los Angeles; member, Women’s Sports Hall of Fame


Tyler Clary

Gold medalist, Swimming, 2012 London Olympics

Sippy Woodhead

Owner of seven world records and silver medalist, swimming, 1984 Olympics, Los Angeles

Stephanie Nesbit

Bronze medalist, Synchronized Swimming, Athens, 2004

Sue Nesbitt

Canadian National Synchronized Swimming coach; Australian National Team coach, Olympics, 1984, Los Angeles; member, Women’s Sports Hall of Fame


Troy Percival

World Series champion, Four-time All-Star; Anaheim Angles

Adam Kennedy

World Series Champion, Anaheim Angels; ALCS MVP; Hit three homeruns in one game during ALCS.

John Lowenstein

World Series Champion, Baltimore Orioles

Tom Hall

World Series champion, holder of MLB record for scoreless innings by a reliever in a World Series.

Bobby Bonds

MVP of 1972 All-Star Game, San Francisco Giants

Barry Bonds

MLB career home run leader; MLB single season home run leader; 14-time All-Star, San Francisco Giants.

Eric Show

College world series champion (UCR); member of San Diego Padres, World Series team

Dusty Baker

World Series champion, LA Dodgers, 1981; 19-year MLB player; 20-year manger with San Francisco Giants, Chicago Cubs, and Cincinnati Reds; managed SF Giants to the National league pennant.


Kawhi Leonard

NBA champion; NBA Finals MVP; 2-time Defensive Player of the Year

Reggie Miller

NBA Three-Point field goal record holder; NBA All-Star; Olympic gold medalist

Cheryl Miller

Three-time Naismith Player of the Year; Olympic Gold medalist, 1984, Los Angeles

Jerry Tarkanian

Coached NCAA champion, UNLV, 1990; Three consecutive state championship while coaching Riverside City College


Les Richter

#1 NFL draft pick; Traded for eleven players; member of the NFL Hall of Fame; Eight-time Pro Bowl selection

Butch Johnson

Super Bowl champion, Dallas Cowboys; Wide receiver, UCR

Chris Claiborne

NFL Rookie of the Year; Butkus Award winner; Minnesota Viking

Sammy Knight, Jr.

Linebacker and safety, New Orleans Saints; NFL Pro Bowl selection

Kermit Alexander

Safety, Los Angeles Rams

Frank Corral

Placekicker, Los Angeles Rams


Gary McCord

NCAA Individual Golf Champion; PGA Tour professional; CBS Sports analyst; author

Don Pooley

Winner of the Memorial, the British Columbia Open, and the US Senior Open


Malcolm Smith

Nine-time winner of the Baja 1,000; Four-time winner of the Baja 500; Co-star of motorcycle classic movie, On Any Sunday, starring Steve McQueen.

Walker Evans

Is an Off-road Motorsports Hall of Fame driver, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Resides in Riverside, California

Les Richter

President, Riverside International Raceway; Sr. VP of NASCAR; chairman of the Board, International Race of Champions (IROC); member, The International Motor Sports Hall of Fame

Dan Gurney

Four Grand Prix wins (second only to Mario Andretti); First driver to win Grand Prix, Indy Car, NASCAR, and Sports Car; Five victories at Motor Trend 500 at Riverside International Raceway; member of The International Motor Sports Hall of Fame, the Motor Sports Hall of Fame, and the Automotive Hall of Fame.


Rhonda Rouse

UFC Woman’s Bantam Weight Champion; Bronze medalist, Beijing Olympics, 2008

Ray Dalke

Highest ranking American in Shotokan Karate; coached eight individual National Collegiate Karate Champions.