List of University of California, Los Angeles people

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This is a list of notable present and former faculty, staff, and students of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

Notable alumni[edit]

Nobel laureates[edit]

Ralph Bunche in 1963

Academia, science and technology[edit]

Arts and literature[edit]

Film, television and theater[edit]

Sean Astin was a 2011 Commencement speaker at UCLA
Rob Reiner in 1988

Music[edit]

Business and law[edit]

Politics[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

Nobel laureates[edit]

Social science, arts and humanities[edit]

Science and technology[edit]

Politics[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Business[edit]

Law[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Students[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Don Barksdale, Hall of Fame basketball player
Lew Alcindor, six time NBA champion
Bill Walton, NBA MVP, Hall of Famer

Football[edit]

Troy Aikman, three time NFL champion

Golf[edit]

Soccer[edit]

Tennis[edit]

Gymnastics[edit]

Track and field[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

Water polo[edit]

Other[edit]

Athletic directors[edit]

  • Fred Cozens – Director of Physical Education and Athletics (1919–1942), first basketball (1919–1921) and football (1919) head coach[260]
  • Dan Guerrero, B.A. 1974 – athletic director (2002– )[261]
  • Wilbur Johns, 1925 – athletic director (1948–1963), men's basketball head coach (1939–1948), basketball player[262]
  • J. D. Morgan – athletic director (1963–1979), head tennis coach (1949–1966), tennis player (1938–1941)[263]

Basketball coaches[edit]

Football coaches[edit]

Miscellaneous coaches[edit]

  • Adam Krikorian – men's and women's water polo coach, won 9 NCAA championships; assistant coach, won 1 NCAA championship; UCLA water polo player, won 1995 NCAA championship
  • Al Scates – men's volleyball coach, won 19 NCAA championships[313]
  • John Smith – track and field coach, inventor of the drive phase and world record holder at 440 yards (400 m) event

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  262. ^ Wilbur Johns Dies at Home
  263. ^ J.D. Morgan, ex-Bruin AD, dead at 61
  264. ^ Steve Alford takes over as UCLA basketball coach
  265. ^ Gene Bartow, Successor to John Wooden at U.C.L.A., Dies at 81
  266. ^ The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame – Hall of Famers – Larry Brown
  267. ^ Duquesne women's assistant coach resigns
  268. ^ Nikki Caldwell Bio – LSUsports.net
  269. ^ Player Bio: Denny Crum :: Men's Basketball
  270. ^ Week of learning for Cunningham of UCLA
  271. ^ Donny Daniels Biography – GoZags.com
  272. ^ Coach Larry Farmer officially back with WMU basketball program
  273. ^ Out To Dinner, Out Of A Job
  274. ^ Walt Hazzard dies at 69; former Bruins basketball star and coach
  275. ^ Mirror Image? : Hazzard Struggles to Build Program of Wooden Blocks
  276. ^ 2006 Runway to the Fashionable 4: Indianapolis
  277. ^ Reveno spent nine seasons as Stanford assistant
  278. ^ Will UCLA's lofty standards hinder its current coaching search?
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  280. ^ Kerry Keating – Santa Clara
  281. ^ Steve Lavin Bio – St. John's University Official Athletic Site
  282. ^ Rockets Hire Gerald Madkins as Director of Scouting and Shawn Respert as Director of Player Programs
  283. ^ New men’s basketball assistant coach Phil Mathews has old ties to SoCal
  284. ^ The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame – Hall of Famers – Billie J. Moore
  285. ^ Fresno Pacific Sunbird Athletics – 2009–2010 Men's Basketball Coaching Staff
  286. ^ In time of great change, Sidney Wicks helped UCLA stay the same
  287. ^ John Wooden, former UCLA coach, dies
  288. ^ UCLA assistant Zeigler to coach Central Michigan
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  290. ^ Bowling Green hires Dino Babers
  291. ^ Bill Barnes dies at 91; UCLA football coach led Bruins to 1962 Rose Bowl
  292. ^ Eric Bieniemy Bio – Official Athletics Web site of the University of Colorado
  293. ^ 10 Questions with Gary Blackney
  294. ^ The Southern Campus 1923–1924
  295. ^ National Football Foundation – Hall of Fame – Inductee Detail – Terry Donahue
  296. ^ National Football Foundation – Hall of Fame – Inductee Detail – Edwin "Babe" Horrell
  297. ^ Mike Johnson interested in UCLA job
  298. ^ 2006 UCLA Football Media Guide
  299. ^ Bert LaBrucherie Records by Year
  300. ^ Football – Coaches – UCLA Bruins Official Athletic Site
  301. ^ UCLA to hire Jim L. Mora as football coach
  302. ^ Rick Neuheisel out at UCLA
  303. ^ Football: Kennedy Polamalu is headed to UCLA
  304. ^ Tommy Prothro at the College Football Hall of Fame
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  306. ^ Red Sanders
  307. ^ UCLA football: Redskins' Lou Spanos to be Bruins defensive coordinator
  308. ^ William H. "Bill" Spaulding Records by Year
  309. ^ Football Names Bob Toledo Offensive Coordinator
  310. ^ Ex-UCLA Coach Taken by Death
  311. ^ Eagles' search ends with Vermeil
  312. ^ Walker gets his own team
  313. ^ Al Scates Vollyeball