List of Oklahoma State University Olympians

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Since the 1924 Olympics, 56 Oklahoma State University Olympians have won a total of 25 medals, 21 gold, three silver, and one bronze.[1]

1924 - Paris[edit]

  • Guy Lookabaugh - wrestled at 158.5 and received 4th place
  • Orion Stuteville - wrestling participant

1928 - Amsterdam[edit]

  • Clarence Berryman - wrestled at 145 and received 6th place
  • George Rule - wrestling participant
  • Charles Strack - wrestling participant
  • Earl McCready - wrestling participant for Team Canada at Heavyweight

1932 - Los Angeles[edit]

  • Bobby Pearce - won gold medal at 123 in wrestling
  • Jack VanBebber - won gold medal at 158.5 in wrestling
  • Melvin Clodfelter - wrestling participant at 145
  • Conrald Caldwell - wrestling participant

1936 - Berlin[edit]

  • Frank Lewis - won gold medal at 158.5 in wrestling
  • Ross Flood - won silver medal at 123 in wrestling
  • Roy Dunn - wrestling participant at Heavyweight
  • Fred Parkey - wrestling participant
  • Harley Strong - wrestling participant at 145
  • George Chiga - wrestling participant for Team Canada at Heavyweight
  • Edward Clark Gallagher - honorary coach
  • Clarence Gallagher - trainer

1948 - London[edit]

  • Bob Kurland - won gold medal as member of USA Basketball Team
  • Jesse Renick - won gold medal as member of USA Basketball Team
  • Hal Moore - wrestled at 136.5 and received 6th place
  • William Jernigan - wrestling participant at 114.5
  • Richard Hutton - wrestling participant at Heavyweight
  • Art Griffith - coached the USA Wrestling Team
  • Cliff Keen - manager for USA Wrestling Team

1952 - Helsinki[edit]

  • Bob Kurland - won gold medal as a member of USA Basketball Team
  • J.W. Mashburn - participated in track and field
  • Raymond Swartz - coached the USA Wrestling Team
  • Buel Patterson - manager for USA Wrestling Team

1956 - Melbourne[edit]

  • J.W. Mashburn - won gold medal in the 1600 meter relay
  • Myron Roderick - wrestled at 136.5 and received 4th place
  • Dick Beattie - wrestling participant at 160.5
  • Dr. James Graham - track and field team (pole vault)
  • Daniel Hodge - won silver medal in the middleweight division of freestyle wrestling

1960 - Rome[edit]

1964 - Tokyo[edit]

  • Yojiro Uetake - won gold medal in wrestling at 125.5
  • Bobby Douglas - wrestled at 138.5 and received 4th place
  • Henry Iba - coached the USA Basketball Team
  • Rex Perry - coached the USA Wrestling Team
  • Myron Roderick - assistant coach for the USA Wrestling Team
  • Fendley Collins - manager for the USA Wrestling Team

1968 - Mexico City[edit]

  • Yojiro Uetake - won gold medal in wrestling at 125.5
  • James King - won gold medal as member of USA Basketball Team
  • Bobby Douglas - wrestling participant at 138.5
  • Henry Iba - coached the USA Basketball Team
  • Dr. Donald Cooper - physician for the USA Basketball Team
  • Tom Von Ruden - 1,500m, finished ninth

1972 - Munich[edit]

  • Gene Davis - wrestling participant at 136.5
  • J. Robinson - Greco-Roman wrestling participant at 180.5
  • Harry Geris - wrestled for Team Canada at Heavyweight
  • Henry Iba - coached the USA Basketball Team

1976 - Montreal[edit]

  • Gene Davis - won bronze medal in wrestling at 136.5
  • Jimmy Jackson - wrestling participant at Heavyweight
  • Harry Geris - wrestled for Team Canada at Heavyweight
  • Chris McCubbins - participated for Team Canada in track and field

1984 - Los Angeles[edit]

  • Gary Green - won gold medal as member of USA Baseball Team
  • Bruce Baumgartner, grad student and assistant coach - won gold medal in wrestling
  • Lee Roy Smith - wrestling participant at 136.5
  • Henry Iba - coach of USA Basketball Team
  • Bill McDaniel - doctor for USA Basketball Team

1988 - Seoul[edit]

  • John Smith - won gold medal in wrestling at 136.5
  • Kenny Monday - won gold medal in wrestling at 163
  • Robin Ventura - won gold medal as member of USA Baseball Team
  • Christine McMiken - participated in track and field
  • Joe Seay - assistant coach for USA Wrestling Team

1992 - Barcelona[edit]

  • John Smith - won gold medal in wrestling at 136.5
  • Kenny Monday - won silver medal in wrestling at 163
  • Kendall Cross - wrestling participant at 125.5
  • Lee Roy Smith - coach of the USA Wrestling Team
  • Bobby Douglas - coach of the USA Wrestling Team

1996 - Atlanta[edit]

2000 - Sydney[edit]

2004 - Athens[edit]

  • Daniel Cormier - wrestled
  • Eric Guerrero - wrestled
  • Jamill Kelly - won silver medal in wrestling
  • Mindaugas Pukstas - participated for Lithuania in the marathon

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