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The Class of 1914 of then-East Carolina Teacher Training School, with 38 graduates

This list of East Carolina University alumni includes graduates, non-graduate former students and current students of East Carolina University. East Carolina alumni are generally known as Pirates.

The first class of 123 students entered ECTTS in 1909,[1] and the first 16 graduates received their degrees in 1911.[2] Since then, the institute has greatly expanded, with an enrollment of 17,728 undergraduates and 5,436 postgraduate students as of Spring 2007.[3]

Business[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
John A. Allison IV 1995 former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, BB&T [4]
Marc Basnight 1996 N.C. State Senator; President Pro Tem; restaurant owner [5]
Mark Kemp 1983 former editor of Discover Magazine; former Vice President of Programming for MTV; author [6][7]
Kelly King 1970 CEO of BB&T [8][8]
James Maynard 1965 founder of Golden Corral restaurant [9]
Linda McMahon 1969 former Chief Executive Officer of WWE, Administrator of the Small Business Administration (Designate) [10]
Vince McMahon 1968 Chairman and CEO of WWE [11]

Athletics[edit]

Administration[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Hal Baird 1971 former Head Baseball Coach, Auburn Tigers [12]
Erik Bakich 2000 Head Baseball Coach, Maryland Terrapins [13]
Billy Godwin 1995 former Head Baseball Coach, East Carolina Pirates [14]
George Koonce 1999, 2006 Director of Athletics, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee [15]
Ruffin McNeill 1980 former Head Coach, East Carolina Pirates, current assistant head coach and defensive tackles coach at the University of Oklahoma [16]
Dave Odom 1969 former Head Basketball Coach, South Carolina Gamecocks, Wake Forest Demon Deacons, and East Carolina Pirates [17]
Jamie Reed 1982 Head Athletic Trainer, Texas Rangers [18]
Mike Sutton 1978 former Head Men's Basketball Coach, Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles [19]
Kay Yow 1964 former women's basketball program head coach, NC State Wolfpack [20]
Ruffin McNeill
Kay Yow
Dave Odom

American football[edit]

Athletes[edit]

Name Class year Position Notability Reference(s)
Reggie Branch 1984 Running back National Football League player [21]
Michael Brooks 2013 Defensive tackle National Football League player and CFL All-Star [22]
DeVone Claybrooks 2001 Defensive tackle National Football League player and CFL All-Star [23]
Terrance Copper 2004 Wide receiver National Football League player [24]
Marcus Crandell 1997 Quarterback National Football League player [25]
Damane Duckett 2004 Defensive lineman National Football League player [26]
Dan Gonzalez 1998 Quarterback Canadian Football League player [27]
John Jett 1993 Punter National Football League player [28]
George Koonce 1992 Linebacker National Football League player [29]
Vonta Leach 2004 Fullback National Football League player [30]
Dwayne Ledford 1998 Offensive lineman National Football League player [31]
Vinson Smith 1988 Linebacker National Football League player [32]
Keith Stokes 2001 Wide receiver National Football League player [33]

Coaches[edit]

Kevin Gilbride (second from right)
Name Position(s) Joined college Left/retired Alumnus/na? Reference
Babich, BobBob Babich Linebackers Coach 1992 1993 no [34]
Bell, RichardRichard Bell Defensive Coordinator 1988 1988 no [35]
Berry, ToddTodd Berry Offensive Coordinator 1992 1995 no [36]
Blount, KermitKermit Blount Assistant Quarterbacks Coach, graduate assistant 1983 1983 no [37]
Bowden, TommyTommy Bowden Assistant Coach 1980 1980 no [38]
Broadway, RodRod Broadway Nose Guard Coach 1979 1980 no [39]
Brown, WatsonWatson Brown Quarterbacks Coach, Wide Receivers Coach 1974 1975 no [40]
Callaway, NeilNeil Callaway Part-time assistant 1978 1979 no [41]
Cooper, RonRon Cooper Assistant Coach 1989 1989 no [42]
Gilbride, KevinKevin Gilbride Offensive Coordinator, Passing Game Coordinator 1987 1988 no [43]
Hudson, GregGreg Hudson Defensive Coordinator, Linebackers Coach 2004 (active) [44]
Jagodzinski, JeffJeff Jagodzinski Assistant Coach, Offensive Coordinator 1989 1996 no [45]
Johnson, EllisEllis Johnson Outside Linebacker Coach 1985 1987 no [46]
Kincaid, AlAl Kincaid Assistant Coach 1976 1979 no [47]
Lemon, TheoTheo Lemon Defensive Line Coach 1993 1993 no [48]
Martin, DougDoug Martin Offensive Coordinator, Tight Ends Coach, Special Teams Coordinator, Wide Receivers Coach 1992 2002 no [49]
McFarland, RobertRobert McFarland Offensive Line Coach 2004 2004 no [50]
O'Cain, MikeMike O'Cain Assistant Head Coach 1985 1985 no [51]
Powers, DonDon Powers Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Coordinator, Defensive Backs Coach 1985 1988 no [52]
Ragazzo, VitoVito Ragazzo Offensive Coordinator 1971 1972 no [53]
Richt, MarkMark Richt Offensive Coordinator 1989 1989 no [54]
Rose, TimTim Rose Defensive Coordinator 1999 2002 no [55]
Smith, RickRick Smith Assistant Head Coach, Defensive Backs Coach 2005 (active) no [56]
Steele, DaleDale Steele Assistant Head Coach, Wide Receivers, Recruiting Coordinator 1989 1995 no [57]
Stockstill, RickRick Stockstill Offensive Coordinator 2003 2003 no [58]
Wallace, BobbyBobby Wallace Defensive Backs Coach 1977 1979 no [59]
Webster, JamesJames Webster Assistant Head Coach, Outside Linebacker Coach, Defensive Line Coach 1995 2000 no [60]
Zernhelt, JohnJohn Zernhelt Offensive Line Coach 1982 1986 no [61]

American soccer[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Clyde Simms 2003 current Major League Soccer D.C. United player [62]

Baseball[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Butch Davis 1980 Major League Baseball outfielder 1983-94 [63]
Mike Hartley 1981 Major League Baseball pitcher 1984-95 [64]
Jerry Narron MLB player 1979-87 and manager [65]
Johnny Narron MLB coach [66]
Sam Narron 2002 MLB player 2004 [67]
Chad Tracy 2001 MLB player 2004-13 [68]
Pat Watkins 1993 first round pick in the 1993 Major League Baseball Draft; Cincinnati Reds and Colorado Rockies player [69]

Basketball[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Blue Edwards 1989 former NBA, Utah Jazz forward [70]
Jonathan Kerner 1997 former NBA, New Jersey Nets center [71]
Oliver Mack 1979 former NBA, Los Angeles Lakers guard [72]
Bob McKillop 1969 (did not graduate) former NBA, Philadelphia 76ers; Davidson Wildcats head coach [73]

Olympics[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Héctor Cotto 2008, 2012 27th, 42nd in 110 m hurdles [74]
Charles Futrell 1942 World Champion Olympic Distance Triathlon [75]
Lex Gillette 2007 silver – 2008 Summer Paralympicsmen's long jump – F11; silver – 2004 Summer Paralympics – men's long jump – F11 [76]
LaShawn Merritt 2005 gold – 2007 Osaka – 4x400 m relay; silver – 2007 Osaka – 400 m;
gold2008 Beijing400 m; gold – 2008 Beijing – 4x400 m relay; gold – 2009 Berlin400 m; gold – 2009 Berlin – 4x400m relay
[77]

NASCAR[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Jeff Hammond 1970 former NASCAR crew chief; current Fox Sports NASCAR commentator; former football player [78]
Jeff Hammond

Humanities[edit]

Arts and entertainment[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Sandra Bullock 1986 actress, producer [79]
Constance Bumgarner Gee scholar, advocate of medical use of cannabis [80]
Kristen Dalton 2010 Miss Universe 2009 (Top 10); Miss USA 2009; Miss North Carolina USA 2009 [79]
Beth Grant 1971 actress [81]
Loonis McGlohon 1942 composer, producer, arranger; Peabody Award winner, Grammy-nominated [82]
Maureen O'Boyle n/a news anchor [83]
Mary-Jean O'Doherty 2005 opera singer [84]
Monica Palumbo 2003 Miss North Carolina 2001 [85]
Emily Procter 1991 actress [86]
Dana Reason 2002 Miss North Carolina 2003 [87]
Nina Repeta 1999 actress [88]
Sonny Siaki 1998 former NFL inside linebacker; Samoan professional wrestler [89]
Kevin Williamson 1987 writer, producer, director, actor [90]
Sandra Bullock
Kristen Dalton
Emily Procter

Authors[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Marshall Moore 1992 author [91]
Luke Whisnant 1979 author [92]

Emmy Award winners[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
John Beard 1980 Fox News anchor in Los Angeles, Emmy Award winner [93]
Velton Ray Bunch 1971 composer, arranger, Emmy Award winner [94]

Politics[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Bell, Larry M.Larry M. Bell EdS 1983 Democratic Whip, North Carolina House of Representatives [95]
Blevins, HarryHarry Blevins B.S. Senator, Virginia Senate [96]
Davis, Donald G.Donald G. Davis M.A., Ed.D. Senator, North Carolina Senate; Mayor, Snow Hill [97]
Farmer-Butterfield, JeanJean Farmer-Butterfield Bachelors Majority Whip, North Carolina House of Representatives [98]
Lucas, Marvin W.Marvin W. Lucas EdS Representative, North Carolina House of Representatives [97]
McLawhorn, MarianMarian McLawhorn B.S., B.A. 1967;
M.L.S. 1988
Representative, North Carolina House of Representatives [99]
Morgan, Robert BurrenRobert Burren Morgan 1947 U.S. Senator, North Carolina Attorney General [100]
Preston, Jean RouseJean Rouse Preston B.S. 1957,
M.Ed 1973
Senator, North Carolina Senate [101]
Stam, PaulPaul Stam Attended, 1969–1970 Minority Leader, North Carolina House of Representatives [102]
Stiller, Bonner LeeBonner Lee Stiller B.S. 1978 Representative, North Carolina House of Representatives [103]
Warren, Edith D.Edith D. Warren B.S. 1960
M.A. 1974
Representative, North Carolina House of Representatives [104]
Yongue, DouglasDouglas Yongue B.S. 1959,
M.A. 1960
Representative, North Carolina House of Representatives [105]
Robert Morgan

Public service[edit]

Name Class year Notability Reference(s)
Clark (teacher), RonRon Clark (teacher) 1994 author, Disney's 2005 Teacher of the Year [106]
Harrison, William C.William C. Harrison 1980 M.A. Chairman and CEO of the North Carolina State Board of Education [107][108]

Military service[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Badgett, Dwight D.Dwight D. Badgett 2008 Command Chief Master Sergeant for Air Force Reserve Command [109]
Bell, NateNate Bell 1977, current Brigadier general; Assistant Adjutant General
Brunson, James A.James A. Brunson 1980 Brigadier general; Joint Force Headquarters, Deputy Commander, Michigan Army National Guard [110]
Cameron, Hugh C.Hugh C. Cameron 1972 retired Brigadier general; Vice Commander, 9th Air Force; Deputy Commander, U.S. Central Command Air Forces [111]
Chilton, Catherine A.Catherine A. Chilton 1981 Brigadier general; Mobilization Assistant to the Commander, Electronic Systems Center, Hanscom Air Force Base [112]
Clark, JeffreyJeffrey Clark 1984, current Brigadier general; Director, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
Farfour, George R.George R. Farfour 1970 Colonel; Chief of Staff, Air Force Global Strike Command [113]
Faulkner, William M.William M. Faulkner 1982 Brigadier general; Commanding General, 3rd Marine Logistics Group [114]
Flynn, Brian W.Brian W. Flynn 1970 retired Rear admiral and Assistant Surgeon General [115]
Holland, William L.William L. Holland 1975 Major general; Commander, 9th Air Force, Air Combat Command [116]
North, Gary L.Gary L. North 1976 General; Commander, Pacific Air Forces; Air Component Commander for U.S. Pacific Command; and Executive Director, Pacific Air Combat Operations Staff [117]
Wilfong, Gary H.Gary H. Wilfong 1971, 1977 Brigadier general; Assistant Adjutant General; Commander of the North Carolina Air National Guard [118]
Dwight D. Badgett
James A. Brunson
Hugh C. Cameron
Catherine A. Chilton
William M. Faulkner
George R. Farfour
William L. Holland
Gary H. Wilfong
Jeffrey B. Clark

Pulitzer Prize winners[edit]

Name Class year Notability References
Rick Atkinson 1974 Pulitzer Prize winner - History, 2003, An Army at Dawn; Public Service, 1999; National Reporting, 1982 [119]
Dan Neil 1982 Pulitzer Prize winner - Distinguished Criticism, 2004 [120]
Margaret O'Connor 1970 Pulitzer Prize winner - Breaking News Photography, 2002; Feature Photography, 2002
Sandra Mims Rowe 1970 Pulitzer Prize winner - Editorial Writing, 2006; Feature Writing, 2001 and 2002; Gold Medal for Public Service, 2001; Explanatory Reporting, 1999; New Reporting, 1985

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