Dick Gould

Dick Gould

In 38 years as Stanford’s tennis coach, Dick Gould produced 17 NCAA championship teams, ten singles champions and seven doubles team winners. He was named intercollegiate tennis’s Coach of the Decade for both the 1980s and 1990s, with his teams winning...read more
Ted Hendricks

Ted Hendricks

Ted Hendricks played nine seasons for the Raiders, revolutionizing the linebacker position in the 1970s and 1980s by operating both behind the line in run and pass coverage and as a pass rusher from what would ordinarily be a defensive end position. Unusually tall at...read more
Payton Jordan

Payton Jordan

Payton Jordan coached track and field at Stanford from 1957 through 1979, his athletes winning six individual NCAA titles and setting five world records. He was the head coach of the 1968 U.S. Olympic team that won a record 24 medals, including 12 Golds, and...read more
Chris Mullin

Chris Mullin

Chris Mullin played 13 of his 16 NBA seasons with the Golden State Warriors. A five-time All Star, he averaged better than 25 points per game for five consecutive seasons (1988-89 through 1992-93), a feat equaled in franchise history only by Wilt Chamberlain. He set...read more