List of athletes from Maryland N – Z

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Maryland has a long history concerning sports and a number of major and minor professional sport figures have hailed from the state. Maryland enjoys considerable historical repute for the talented sports players of its past, including Cal Ripken Jr, Michael Phelps and Babe Ruth.

Name Sport Professional Years Hometown Notes Ref

N[edit]

Shawn Nadelen Lacrosse 2001 – present Baltimore [1]
Denny Neagle Baseball 1989–2003 Gambrills [2]
Gary Neal Basketball 2007 – present Baltimore [3]
Bob Nelson American Football 1986–1990 Baltimore [4]
Jeff Nelson Baseball 1984–2006 Baltimore [5]
Johnny Neun Baseball 1925–1931 Baltimore [6]
Simon Nicholls Baseball 1903–1910 Germantown [7]
Bill Nicholson Baseball 1936–1953 Chestertown [8]
Chad Nkang American Football 2007 – present Hyattsville [9]
Nick Noble Soccer 2005 – present Damascus [10]
George Nock American Football 1969–1972 Baltimore [11]
Tim Nordbrook Baseball 1974–1980 Baltimore [12]
Emory Nusz Baseball 1884 Rockville [13]

O[edit]

Quinn Ojinnaka American Football 2006 Seabrook [14]
Red Oldham Baseball 1914–1926 Zion [15]
Wesley Oler Track 1912 Baltimore [16]
Jim Ostendarp American Football 1950–1951 Baltimore [17]
Fred Ostendorf Baseball 1914 Baltimore [18]
J. J. Outlaw American Football 2007 – present Columbia [19]

P[edit]

Emile Palmer American Football 1996 Landover [20]
Paul Palmer American Football 1987–1992 Bethesda [21]
Irv Pankey American Football 1980–1992 Aberdeen [22]
James Parrish American Football 1993–1995 Baltimore [23]
Frank Parsons, Jr. Shooting 1948 Baltimore [24]
Al Pastrana American Football 1969–1970 Annapolis [25]
Suzanne Paxton Fencing 1996 Baltimore [26]
Cecil Perkins Baseball 1967 Baltimore [27]
Clint Peay Soccer 1996–2000 Columbia [28]
Sam Perlozzo Baseball 1977–1981 Cumberland [29]
Ara Person American Football 1972 Baltimore [30]
Julian Peterson American Football 2000 – present Temple Hills * First Round Draft Pick in 2000 NFL Draft. [31]
Babe Phelps Baseball 1931–1942 Odenton [32]
Michael Phelps Swimming 2004, 2008 Baltimore * 14 Time Swimming Olympic Gold Medalist [33]
Tom Phoebus Baseball 1960–1972 Baltimore *1966 The Sporting News MLB Rookie of the Year [34]
Maury Pierce Baseball 1884 [35]
Charlie Pittman American Football 1970–1971 Baltimore [36]
Mike Pitts American Football 1983–1994 Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 1983 NFL Draft. [37]
Dave Pivec American Football 1966–1969 Baltimore [38]
Boots Poffenberger Baseball 1937–1939 Williamsport [39]
Frank Pollack American Football 1991–1997 Camp Springs [40]
Tommy Polley American Football 2001–2006 Baltimore [41]
George Popplein Baseball 1873 Baltimore [42]
Chuck Porter Baseball 1976–1986 Baltimore [43]
Dick Porter Baseball 1929–1934 Princess Anne [44]
Jake Powell Baseball 1930–1945 Silver Spring [45]
Ike Powers Baseball 1927–1928 Hancock [46]
Warren Powers American Football 1989–1993 Baltimore [47]
Guy Prather American Football 1981–1985 Gaithersburg [48]
Bill Pritchard American Football 1927–1928 Frostburg [49]
Jim Proctor Baseball 1959 Brandywine [50]
Jed Prossner Lacrosse 2005 – present [51]

Q[edit]

Dwight Muhammad Qawi Boxing 1978–1999 Baltimore [52]
Santino Quaranta Soccer 2001 – present Baltimore [53]
Eddie Quick Baseball 1903 Baltimore [54]
Tom Quinn Baseball 1886–1890 Annapolis [55]

R[edit]

Paul Rabil Lacrosse 2008 – present Gaithersburg * 2007 McLaughlin Award Winner [56]
Nick Rassas American Football 1966–1968 Baltimore [57]
Don Ratliff American Football 1966–1968 Baltimore [58]
Mike Reichenbach American Football 1984–1991 Fort Meade [59]
Matthew Rice American Football 2006–2007 Greenbelt [60]
Dorsey Riddlemoser Baseball 1899 Frederick [61]
Billy Ripken Baseball 1982–1998 Havre de Grace [62]
Cal Ripken, Jr. Baseball 1978–2001 Havre de Grace * AL Rookie of the Year 1982
* 2 time AL MVP 1983 and 1991
* Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame 2007
[63][64]
Bob Robertson Baseball 1964–1979 Frostburg [65]
Dick Robertson Baseball 1913–1919 Rockville [66]
Josh Roenicke Baseball 2006 – present Baltimore [67]
Lybrant Robinson American Football 1989 Salisbury [68]
Doug Roby American Football 1923 Port Tobacco [69]
Josh Roenicke Baseball 2006 – present Baltimore [70]
Shaun Rogers Figure Skating 2006 – present Baltimore [71]
Eddie Rommel Baseball 1920–1932 Baltimore [72]
Ed Royston American Football 1948–1929 Baltimore [73]
Al Rubeling Baseball 1940–1944 Baltimore [74]
Ben Rubeor Lacrosse Baltimore 2009 – present [75]
Don Rudolph Baseball 1957–1964 Baltimore [76]
Allen Russell Baseball 1915–1925 Baltimore [77]
Lefty Russell Baseball 1910–1912 Baltimore [78]
Babe Ruth Baseball 1914–1935 Baltimore * AL MVP 1923
* Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame 1936
[79]

S[edit]

Tony Saunders Baseball 1992–2005 Baltimore [80]
Jimmy Say Baseball 1882–1887 Baltimore [81]
Lou Say Baseball 1871–1884 Baltimore [82]
Jack Scarbath American Football 1953–1956 Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 1953 NFL Draft
* Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1983.
[83]
Nick Scharf Baseball 1882–1883 Baltimore [84]
Greg Schaum American Football 1976–1978 Baltimore [85]
Jim Schelle Baseball 1939 Baltimore [86]
Mike Schemer Baseball 1945–1946 Baltimore [87]
Butch Schmidt Baseball 1909–1915 Baltimore [88]
Steve Schmoll Baseball 2002 – present Silver Spring [89]
Leroy Schneider American Football 1947 Baltimore [90]
Bill Schroeder Baseball 1979–1990 Baltimore [91]
Jody Schulz American Football 1983–1987 Chester [92]
Brad Schumacher Swimming 1996 Bowie *1996 Olympic Gold Medalist [93]
Jesse Schwartzman Lacrosse 2007 – present Owings Mills [94]
Dennis Scott Basketball 1990–2000 Hagerstown * First Round draft pick in 1990 NBA Draft [95]
Tom Scott American Football 1953–1964 Baltimore * Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1979. [96]
Tom Seabron American Football 1979–1980 Baltimore [97]
Kurt Seibert Baseball 1978–1981 Cheverly [98]
Ted Sepkowski Baseball 1942–1947 Baltimore [99]
Kevin Shaffer American Football 2002 – present Salisbury [100]
Sam Shaw Baseball 1888–1893 Baltimore [101]
Barry Shetrone Baseball 1959–1963 Baltimore [102]
J. P. Shilling Speed Skating 2002 Baltimore [103]
Roger Shoals American Football 1961–1971 Baltimore [104]
Pam Shriver Tennis 1979–1997 Baltimore * 1988 Tennis Olympic Gold Medalist [105]
Gene Shue Basketball 1954–1964 Baltimore [106]
Josh Sims Lacrosse 2002 – present Annapolis [107]
Keith Sims American Football 1990–2000 Baltimore [108]
Dickey Simpkins Basketball 1994–2006 Fort Washington [109]
Tal Skinner Basketball 1974–1976 Berlin [110]
Walt Smallwood Baseball 1917–1919 Dayton [111]
Bill Smiley Baseball 1882 Baltimore [112]
Alex Smith Lacrosse 2007 – present Baltimore [113]
Daryl Smith Baseball 1980–1995 Baltimore [114]
Greg Smith Baseball 1985–1995 Baltimore [115]
Harry Smith Baseball 1914–1918 Baltimore [116]
Homer Smoot Baseball 1900–1912 Galestown [117]
Charlie Snell Baseball 1912 Hampstead [118]
George Snell American Football 1926–1927 [119]
Ray Snell American Football 1980–1985 Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 1980 NFL Draft. [120]
Al Snyder American Football 1964–1966 Baltimore [121]
Ron Solt American Football 1984–1991 Bainbridge * First Round Draft Pick in 1984 NFL Draft. [122]
Al Sparkman American Football 1948–1949 Baltimore [123]
Ben Spencer Baseball 1913 Patapsco [124]
Akhnaten Spencer-El Fencing 2000 Baltimore [125]
George Spriggs Baseball 1963–1970 Jewell [126]
Larry Spriggs Basketball 1981–1986 Cheverly [127]
Rick Steirer Baseball 1977–1986 Baltimore [128]
Garrett Stephenson Baseball 1992–2003 Takoma Park [129]
Bobby Stevens Baseball 1931 Chevy Chase [130]
Jim Stevens Baseball 1914 Williamsburg [131]
Archie Stimmel Baseball 1900–1902 Woodsboro [132]
Robert Stinson Sailing 1956 Baltimore [133]
Otis Stocksdale Baseball 1893–1896 Arcadia [134]
Art Stokes Baseball 1925 Emmitsburg [135]
Mike Stonebreaker American Football 1991–1994 Baltimore [136]
Bill Stumpf Baseball 1912–1913 Baltimore [137]
Jill Sudduth Synchronised swimming 1996 Baltimore * 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist [138]
Suter Sullivan Baseball 1898–1899 Baltimore [139]
Ivory Sully American Football 1979–1987 Salisbury [140]
Larry Surock Soccer 1952 Baltimore * Inducted into Maryland Soccer Hall of Fame 1991 [141]
Ron Swoboda Baseball 1964–1973 Baltimore [142]
John Sykes American Football 1972 Baltimore [143]

T[edit]

Jack Taylor Baseball 1891–1899 Sandy Hill [144]
Pete Taylor Baseball 1952 Severn [145]
Jim Teal American Football 1973 Baltimore [146]
Mark Teixeira Baseball 2002 – present Annapolis * First Round Draft Pick in 2001 MLB Draft. [147]
Tommy Thomas Baseball 1926–1937 Baltimore [148]
Daryl Thompson Baseball 2003 – present La Plata [149]
Kevin Thompson American Football 2000–2007 Gaithersburg [150]
Ryan Thompson Baseball 1987–2004 Chestertown [151]
Zach Thornton Soccer 1996 – present Edgewood [152]
Lou Thuman Baseball 1939–1940 Baltimore [153]
Calvin Tiggle American Football 1991–2001 Fort Washington [154]
Frank Todd Baseball 1898 Aberdeen [155]
Randy Tomlin Baseball 1988–1996 Bainbridge [156]
Marco Tongue American Football 1983–1984 Annapolis [157]
Reggie Tongue American Football 1996–2005 Baltimore [158]
Steve Trimble American Football 1981–1987 Cumberland [159]
Sam Trott Baseball 1880–1888 [160]
John Turnbull Field Hockey 1936 Baltimore [161]
Buff Turner American Football 1921 [162]
Kip Turner Lacrosse Annapolis 2008 – present * First Round Draft Pick 2007 MLL Collegiate Draft [163]

U[edit]

Maury Uhler Baseball 1914 Pikesville [164]
Dutch Ulrich Baseball 1925–1927 Baltimore [165]
Bob Unglaub Baseball 1904–1910 Baltimore [166]
Pong Unitas American Football 1921 Baltimore [167]

V[edit]

Mike Venafro Baseball 1995–2007 Takoma Park [168]
Tommy Vereker Baseball 1915 Baltimore [169]

W[edit]

Paul Wachtel Baseball 1917–1930 Myersville * Member of the Texas League Hall of Fame. [170]
Bob Wade American Football 1968–1970 Baltimore [171]
P. J. Wakefield Soccer 2002 – present Baltimore * MISL Rookie of the Year 2002 [172]
Doc Wallace Baseball 1919 Church Hill [173]
Ed Walsh American Football 1961 Fort Meade [174]
Jim Ward American Football 1967–1971 Frederick [175]
Chris Warren American Football 1990–2000 Silver Spring [176]
Dante Washington Soccer 1992–2005 Baltimore [177]
Steve Watson American Football 1979–1987 Baltimore * Inducted into Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame 1993 [178]
Billy Werber Baseball 1930–1942 Berwyn Heights [179]
Larry Webster American Football 1992–2002 Elkton [180]
Marvin Webster Basketball 1975–1987 Baltimore * First Round draft pick in 1975 NBA Draft [181]
Beth Weinberg Swimming 1976 Baltimore [182]
Drew Westervelt Lacrosse 2007 – present Bel Air [183]
Bob Wheeler Track 1972 Baltimore [184]
Reggie E. White American Football 1992–1995 Baltimore [185]
Ruth White Fencing 1972 Baltimore [186]
Trey Whitty Lacrosse 2005 – present [187]
Derrick Williams American football 2009 – present Greenbelt [188]
Spider Wilhelm Baseball 1953 Baltimore [189]
Bernard Williams Track 2000, 2004 Baltimore * 2000 Olympic Gold Medalist [190]
Bob Williams American football 1951–1955 Cumberland * First Round Draft Pick in 1951 NFL Draft.
* Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame 1988
[191]
Brooks Williams American football 1978–1983 Baltimore [192]
Calvin Williams American Football 1990–1996 Baltimore [193]
Mark Williams American Football 1994–1996 Camp Springs [194]
Reggie Williams Basketball 1987–1996 Baltimore * First Round Draft pick in 1987 NBA Draft [195]
Vic Willis Baseball 1898–1910 Cecil County * Inducted into National Baseball Hall of Fame 1995 [196][197]
Craig Wilson Baseball 1984–1995 Annapolis [198]
Gary Wilson Baseball 1902 Baltimore [199]
Henry Wilson Baseball 1898 Baltimore [200]
Walter Wilson American Football 1990–1992 Baltimore [201]
Wayne Wilson American Football 1979–1987 Montgomery County [202]
David Wingate Basketball 1986–2000 Baltimore [203]
Elmer Wingate American Football 1953 Baltimore [204]
Kennard Winchester Basketball 1990–1993 Chestertown [205]
Skip Wise Basektball 1974–1976 Baltimore [206]
Danny Wiseman Professional Bowling 1987–present Baltimore *Professional Bowlers Association HOF 2013 [207]
Jay Witasick Baseball 1993–2007 Baltimore [208]
Raymond Wittelsberger Field Hockey 1956 Baltimore [209]
Johnnie Wittig Baseball 1938–1949 Baltimore [210]
Jason Wolfe Ice Hockey 1998 – present College Park [211]
Donnell Woolford American Football 1989–1999 Baltimore * First Round Draft Pick in 1989 NFL Draft. [212]
Harry Worthington Track 1912 Baltimore [213]
Chuck Wortman Baseball 1916–1918 Baltimore [214]
John Wright American Football 1947 Baltimore [215]

X Y[edit]

Ryan Yarborough American Football 1994–2001 Baltimore [216]
Charlie Yingling Baseball 1894 Baltimore [217]
Joe Yingling Baseball 1886 Baltimore [218]
Bobby Young Baseball 1948–1958 Granite [219]
Perry Young Basketball 1986–1987 Baltimore [220]

Z[edit]

Geoff Zahn Baseball 1968–1985 Baltimore [221]
Joanna Zeiger Triathlete 2000 – present Baltimore [222]

See also[edit]

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