List of St. Thomas University (Florida) alumni

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This list of St. Thomas University alumni includes graduates, non-graduate former students and current students of St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Alumni Notability
Kiko Calero Major League Baseball (MLB) relief pitcher for the Florida Marlins[1]
Vinnie Chulk MLB relief pitcher for the San Francisco Giants
Ivette Corredero Runner–up in CBS TV series Big Brother 6. While attending, she was awarded the Susan E. Sachs Scholarship by the Atlantic-Florida chapter of the Association for Women in Communications; this award is given to top communications students, and Corredero was its first recipient.[2]
Mike Fitzpatrick U.S. Congressman from Pennsylvania
Leopold Frade Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida and former Bishop of Honduras
Dom Irrera Actor and stand-up comic
Paul Mainieri Head baseball coach of the LSU Tigers baseball team
Alex Penelas Former mayor of Miami-Dade County, Florida[3]
Juan-Carlos Planas Current member of the Florida House of Representatives
Stan Van Gundy Former Miami Heat head coach; current head coach of the Orlando Magic and head of the committee to start a college basketball program at St. Thomas University
Connie Yori Earned a master's degree at St. Thomas; head coach of the Nebraska Cornhuskers women's basketball team and 2010 recipient of the Naismith College Coach of the Year award