List of Loyola University Maryland people

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Here follows a list of notable alumni, faculty, administrators, or people affiliated with Loyola University Maryland.


Selected Loyola Alumni
Herbert O'Conor, 51st Governor of Maryland
Michael D. Griffin, official photo portrait as NASA administrator
Zach Thornton, Chivas USA goalkeeper




  • H. Gary Bass (1964), Associate Judge, Baltimore City, District 1, District Court of Maryland[7]
  • Louis A. Becker III, Associate Judge, Howard County, District 10, District Court of Maryland[8]
  • Marielsa A. Bernard, (1977), first judge of Hispanic descent in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania[9]
  • Thomas J. Bollinger, Sr., (1963), Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit
  • Alfred L. Brennan, Sr., (1950), Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit
  • John Carroll Byrnes, (1961), Associate Judge, Baltimore City Circuit Court, 8th Judicial Circuit
  • J. Norris Byrnes, (1962), Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit
  • John O. Hennegan, (1969), Associate Judge, Baltimore County Circuit Court, 3rd Judicial Circuit
  • Robert F. Sweeney, Chief Judge, District Court of Maryland
  • Robert A. Zarnoch, Judge of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals






  • Nicholas Bagg, Pastor of the United Church of Business Inc.
  • Father Edward H. Brown, Chaplain for First Alaskan Territorial Senate
  • Joseph C. Martin, Roman Catholic priest, recovering alcoholic and renowned speaker/educator on the issues of alcoholism and drug addiction
  • J. Francis Stafford, Vatican Cardinal
  • Noah Weinberg, rabbi



  • Pete Connolley, contestant on 2009's Real World/Road Rules Challenge: Fresh Meat; finished third
  • Heather Cooke, cast member on The Real World: Las Vegas
  • Devin A. DiCristofaro, philanthropist
  • Suzanne Lee - 2012 Emmy winner for her work on the NBC 2012 London Olympics live coverage
  • Jimmy McNulty, fictional protagonist of the HBO series The Wire
  • J. Brady Murphy, B.A., 1939, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation; killed in the Line of Duty, 1953[24]
  • Azikiwe K. Rich, Supervising Analyst, Mayor's Office of Management and Budget, New York City
  • Allyson Solomon, first female and first black brigadier general in the Maryland Air National Guard
  • Gwen Stevens, protagonist of Gwen Asher's book The Pretend Wife[25]


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  10. ^ Herbert R. O'Conor, Governor of Maryland 1939–1947 (Democrat) – Archives of Maryland (Biographical Series).
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  13. ^ Paul Cantabene (biography) – Stevenson University Athletics.
  14. ^ Wells, Kevin. "Former Orioles and Mets GM Led Champions," Loyola (Magazine of Loyola University Maryland), Friday, July 22, 2011.
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  17. ^ "Men's Soccer Milos Kocic Taken by D.C. United in MLS Draft," Loyola University Maryland Alumni Association, Thursday, January 15, 2009.
  18. ^ Christof Lindenmayer (biography) – Loyola University Maryland Athletics.
  19. ^ "Mike Malone '94 Named Sacramento Kings' Head Coach". Loyola Greyhounds. June 3, 2013. Retrieved June 3, 2013. 
  20. ^ Mihale (2008-06-07). "Jim McKay, Pioneer Sports Broadcaster, Dies at 86". New York Times. 
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  22. ^ ESPN - Scholz overcomes odds to set records at Loyola - College Sports
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