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OCTOBER 25….EARLHAM WOMEN’S SOCCER VS. TRANSYLVANIA….3:30

OCTOBER 25….EARLHAM VOLLEYBALL VS. ROSE-HULMAN….7:30

OCTOBER 28….EARLHAM FIELD HOCKEY VS. DePAUW….11:00

OCTOBER 28….EARLHAM FOOTBALL VS. MANCHESTER….1:30

NOVEMBER 7….RICHMOND GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. UNION….7:00

NOVEMBER 10….RICHMOND GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. ANDERSON…7:30

NOVEMBER 11….EARLHAM FOOTBALL VS. ROSE-HULMAN….1:30

NOVEMBER 11….RICHMOND GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. EAST CENTRAL…7:30

NOVEMBER 14….RICHMOND GIRLS BASKETBALL VS. NEW CASTLE…7:30

NOVEMBER 15….EARLHAM MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. KENYON…7:30

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1994: Dale Earnhardt won his seventh Winston Cup season championship, taking the AC Delco 500 at Rockingham, N.C., and beating Mark Martin by 444 points for the driving title. It was the Intimidator’s seventh crown and tied him with Richard Petty. King Richard, as they called him within the sport-on the all-time Nascar list.

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1945: Brooklyn Dodgers president Branch Rickey announced that the former U.C.L.A. football star and Negro league player Jackie Robinson had signed to play with the team’s Montreal farm club in 1946. Robinson, a former Army lieutenant, had been handpicked and advised by Rickey on how to handle the racism he might face from some white players.

MAC FOOTBALL THIS WEEK

        This Week’s MAC Schedule Thursday, October 26 Eastern Michigan at NIU, 7:00 pm ET (CBS Sports Network) Toledo at Ball State, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3) Saturday, October 28 Buffalo at Akron, 11:30 am ET (CBS Sports Network) Tuesday, October 31...

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BIG 10 FOOTBALL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

Offensive Player of the Week Saquon Barkley, Penn State Jr., RB, Coplay, Pa./Whitehall •              Recorded 176 all-purpose yards and three touchdowns in Penn State’s victory over Michigan and has now scored a touchdown in 14 straight games, the longest active...

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NFL NOTES FROM SUNDAY

          NFL NOTES FROM SUNDAY Buffalo 30 Tampa Bay 27 NOTES: Bills K Stephen Hauschka, who spent the past six seasons in Seattle, matched a record held by Blair Walsh, Robbie Gould, Justin Tucker and Matt Prater. He also became the fourth...

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THIS WEEK IN THE BIG TEN

        BIG 10 RELEASE [ONE // four football teams reach 4-0 in conference action] With Ohio State idle on Saturday, Michigan State, Penn State and Wisconsin joined the Buckeyes at 4-0 in conference play. The Spartans edged Indiana 17-9, the...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE OCTOBER 23

        NFL SCOREBOARD Buffalo 30 Tampa Bay 27 Chicago 17 Carolina 3 Tennessee 12 Cleveland 9 OT New Orleans 26 Green Bay 17 Jacksonville 27 Indianapolis 0 LA Rams 33 Arizona 0 Miami 31 NY Jets 28 Minnesota 24 Baltimore 16 Dallas 40 San Francisco...

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NFL: SEVEN FROM SUNDAY – WEEK 7

          A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. ET and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 22, the seventh week of the 2017 season. Chicago rookie safety EDDIE JACKSON had a 76-yard interception-return touchdown and...

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Earlham Athletics Sunday Roundup

Scores: Volleyball - Earlham 3, Anderson 0 Field Hockey - Earlham 2, Oberlin 0 Volleyball Sweeps Anderson 3-0 on Senior Day RICHMOND, Indiana – The Earlham College volleyball team won its third Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) match both this season and...

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INDIANA HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER STATE FINALS SET

Bud and Jackie Sellick Bowl, Butler University Class A Boys | Fort Wayne Canterbury (12-6-3) vs. Covenant Christian (Indianapolis) (16-4-1) | 6 pm ET Class 3A Girls | Penn (22-0-1) vs. Guerin Catholic (16-1-1) | 8 pm ET Saturday, October 28 Michael A. Carroll Track...

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ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL

ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE FOOTBALL POLL Alabama 8 – 0 Penn State 7 – 0 Georgia 7 – 0 TCU 7 – 0 Wisconsin 7 – 0 Ohio State 6 – 1 Clemson 6 – 1 Miami Florida 6 – 0 Oklahoma 6 – 1 Notre Dame 6 – 1 Washington 6 – 1 Oklahoma State 6 – 1 Virginia Tech 6 – 1 South Florida 7 –...

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IRISH DOWN USC

NOTRE DAME, Ind. - The No. 13 Fighting Irish football squad put on a show in front of a sell-out crowd under the lights of Notre Dame Stadium Saturday night, toppling the No. 11 USC Trojans by the score of 49-14. It was only fitting with the 1977 national championship...

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PURDUE LOSES AT RUTGERS

PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Gus Edwards scored on a 74-yard run on Rutgers' second offensive play and Gio Rescigno threw a 35-yard touchdown pass in the second half as Rutgers beat Purdue 14-12 Saturday, posting consecutive Big Ten Conference wins for the first time since...

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INDIANA LOSES AT MICHIGAN STATE

EAST LANSING, Mich. – The Old Brass Spittoon is probably not, shall we say, the most aesthetically pleasing trophy in college football. Some might call it ugly. And Saturday's 17-9 Indiana loss at Michigan State, which returned the Spittoon to the Spartans, wasn't...

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Ball State Football Falls to Central Michigan

MUNCIE, Ind. – The Ball State football team suffered a 56-9 loss Saturday to Mid-American Conference West Division foe Central Michigan at Scheumann Stadium. “It was tough day, and a disappointing result for Homecoming,” Ball State head coach Mike Neu said. “We had a...

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IU East Athletics Roundup

CROSS COUNTRY WILMORE, Ky. - The Indiana University East cross country teams got an early look at the course that will be used for the River States Conference meet with a strong performance at the Asbury University Chick-Fil-A Invitational on Oct. 21. Cole Dudley...

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Earlham Athletics Saturday Roundup

Scores: Men's Soccer - Earlham 2, Franklin 1 (OT) Field Hockey - Earlham 3, Wooster 1 Women's Soccer - Franklin 5, Earlham 2 Football - Hanover 49, Earlham 14 Men's Soccer Ousts Franklin 2-1 in Overtime RICHMOND, Indiana - Junior Yuki Adams netted the game-winning...

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RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE OCTOBER 22

        MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL PLAYOFFS Houston 4 NY Yankees 0 TOP 25 COLLEGE FOOTBALL #Oklahoma State 13 Texas 10 OT #5 Wisconsin 38 Maryland 13 #1 Alabama 45 Tennessee 7 #8 Miami Florida 27 Syracuse 19 #18 Michigan State 17 Indiana 9 #20 Central...

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Earlham Athletics Friday Roundup

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana – The Earlham College women’s tennis team’s historic 2017 fall season came to a close with a 5-0 loss to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) Tournament quarterfinal match on Friday evening. The...

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RICHMOND AREA AND NCC HS FOOTBALL SECTIONALS

RICHMOND AREA AND NCC HS FOOTBALL SECTIONALS NCC New Castle 41 Richmond 0 Jay County 22 Logansport 21 Marion 35 Delta 21 TEC Lapel 38 Winchester 22 Shenandoah 60 Northeastern 8 Eastern Hancock 35 Centerville 21 Scecina 49 Union County 24 Hagerstown 40 North Decatur 12...

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1993: Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays lined a pitch from Mitch Williams of the Philadelphia Phillies over the left-field fence at the Skydome for a three-run ninth-inning homer that catapulted the Jays to a dramatic 8-6 victory in Game 6 of the World Series. It gave Toronto a second straight world title.

2017 NFL SCHEDULE

WEEK 8

Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017

Miami Dolphins at Baltimore Ravens        8:25 p.m.             CBS

Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017

Minnesota Vikings at Cleveland Browns (London)  9:30a.m   NFLN

Oakland Raiders at Buffalo Bills                  1 p.m.                  CBS

Indianapolis Colts at Cincinnati Bengals     1 p.m.                  CBS

Los Angeles Chargers at New England Patriots    1 p.m.       CBS

Chicago Bears at New Orleans Saints         1 p.m.                  Fox

Atlanta Falcons at New York Jets                  1 p.m.                  Fox

San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles  1 p.m.                 Fox

Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers  1 p.m.              Fox

Houston Texans at Seattle Seahawks           4:05 p.m.             CBS

Dallas Cowboys at Washington Redskins     4:25 p.m.             Fox

Pittsburgh Steelers at Detroit Lions               8:30 p.m.             NBC

Monday, Oct. 30, 2017

Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs          8:30 p.m.             ESPN

Byes:  Arizona, Green Bay, Jacksonville, L.A. Rams, N.Y. Giants, Tennessee

 

2017 – 18 INDIANA HOOSIERS BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

October 28         Marian University (exhibition)

November 5       University of Indianapolis (exhibition)

October 10         Indiana State

October 12         Howard

October 15         at Seton Hall

October 19         South Florida

October 22         Arkansas State

October 24         Eastern Michigan

October 29         Duke

December 2        at Michigan

December 4        Iowa

December 9        at Louisville

December 16     Notre Dame at Indianapolis

December 18     Fort Wayne

December 21     Tennessee Tech

December 29     Youngstown State

January 2            at Wisconsin

January 6            at Minnesota

January 9            Penn State

January 14          Northwestern

January 19          at Michigan State

January 22          Maryland

January 24          at Illinois

January 28          Purdue

January 30          at Ohio State

February 3          Michigan State

February 5          at Rutgers

February 9          Minnesota

February 14        Illinois

February 17        at Iowa

February 20        at Nebraska

February 23        Ohio State

February 28 – March 4   Big Ten Tournament, New York City

2017 – 18 PURDUE BASKETBALL SCHEDULE

November 1       Carroll Montana (exhibition)

November 10     Southern Illinois Edwardsville (exhibition)

November 12     Chicago State

November 14     at Marquette

November 18     Fairfield

November 22     Tennessee at the Bahamas

November 23     Villanova/Western Kentucky at the Bahamas

November 24     Atlantis finals at the Bahamas

November 28     Louisville

December 1        at Maryland

December 3        Northwestern

December 7        Valparaiso

December 10     IUPUI

December 16     Butler at Indianapolis

December 21     Tennessee State

December 30     Lipscomb

January 3            Rutgers

January 6            Nebraska

January 9            at Michigan

January 13          at Minnesota

January 16          Wisconsin

January 20          at Iowa

January 25          Michigan

January 28          at Indiana

January 31          Maryland

February 3          at Rutgers

February 7          Ohio State

February 10        at Michigan State

February 15        at Wisconsin

February 18        Penn State

February 22nd     at Illinois

February 25        Minnesota

February 28        Big Ten tournament, New York City

OCTOBER 23

  • 1871 – Columbia and Sappho (US) beat Livonia (United Kingdom) in third America’s Cup yacht race.
  • 1884 – First World Series OKed by AA, Providence (National League) beats New York Mets (AA) 6-0.
  • 1910 – Philadelphia Athletics beat Chicago Cubs four games to one in 7th World Series.
  • 1915 – First national horseshoe throwing championship (Kellerton, Iowa, USA).
  • 1921 – Green Bay Packers play first APFA game, win 7-6 over Minneapolis Marines.
  • 1930 – The first miniature golf tournament is completed in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
  • 1964 – Japanese beat Russians for first Olympic Gold in woman’s volleyball.
  • 1967 – New Jersey Americans (later New York / New Jersey Nets) play first ABA game.
  • 1968 – Kip Keino (Kenya) wins gold medal for 1,500m (3 minutes 34.9 seconds).
  • 1973 – New York Yankees’ general manager and president Lee MacPhail named American League president.
  • 1975 – New York Islanders’ Glenn Resch’s 5th shut-out opponent-Philadelphia Flyers 3-0.
  • 1988 – Boston Celtics play Spain in Madrid.
  • 1993 – Joe Carter hits only the second baseball World Series winning home run as the Toronto Blue Jays win Game Six of the World Series to beat the Philadelphia Phillies four games to two.

1962

The Western Division defeated the Eastern Division 47-27 in the first AFL All-Star Game, played before 20,973 in San Diego, January 7.

Both leagues prohibited grabbing any player’s facemask. The AFL voted to make the scoreboard clock the official timer of the game.

The NFL entered into a single-network agreement with CBS for telecasting all regular-season games for $4.65 million annually, January 10.

Judge Roszel Thompson of the U.S. District Court in Baltimore ruled against the AFL in its antitrust suit against the NFL, May 21. The AFL had charged the NFL with monopoly and conspiracy in areas of expansion, television, and player signings. The case lasted two and a half years, the trial two months.

McGah and Valley acquired controlling interest in the Raiders, May 24. The AFL assumed financial responsibility for the New York Titans, November 8. With Commissioner Rozelle as referee, Daniel F. Reeves regained the ownership of the Rams, outbidding his partners in sealed-envelope bidding for the team, November 27.

The Dallas Texans defeated the Oilers 20-17 for the AFL championship at Houston after 17 minutes, 54 seconds of overtime on a 25-yard field goal by Tommy Brooker, December 23. The game lasted a record 77 minutes, 54 seconds.

Judge Edward Weinfeld of the U.S. District Court in New York City upheld the legality of the NFL’s television blackout within a 75-mile radius of home games and denied an injunction that would have forced the championship game between the Giants and the Packers to be televised in the New York City area, December 28. The Packers beat the Giants 16-7 for the NFL title, December 30.

1963

The Dallas Texans transferred to Kansas City, becoming the Chiefs, February 8. The New York Titans were sold to a five-man syndicate headed by David (Sonny) Werblin, March 28. Weeb Ewbank became the Titans’ new head coach and the team’s name was changed to the Jets, April 15. They began play in Shea Stadium.

NFL Properties, Inc., was founded to serve as the licensing arm of the NFL.

Rozelle indefinitely suspended Green Bay halfback Paul Hornung and Detroit defensive tackle Alex Karras for placing bets on their own teams and on other NFL games; he also fined five other Detroit players $2,000 each for betting on one game in which they did not participate, and the Detroit Lions Football Company $2,000 on each of two counts for failure to report information promptly and for lack of sideline supervision.

Paul Brown, head coach of the Browns since their inception, was fired and replaced by Blanton Collier. Don Shula replaced Weeb Ewbank as head coach of the Colts.

The AFL allowed the Jets and Raiders to select players from other franchises in hopes of giving the league more competitive balance, May 11.

NBC was awarded exclusive network broadcasting rights for the 1963 AFL Championship Game for $926,000, May 23.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame was dedicated at Canton, Ohio, September 7.

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio opened on Sept. 7, 1963.  A charter class of 17 members was enshrined that day.

The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals reaffirmed the lower court’s finding for the NFL in the $10-million suit brought by the AFL, ending three and a half years of litigation, November 21.

Jim Brown of Cleveland rushed for an NFL single-season record 1,863 yards.

Boston defeated Buffalo 26-8 in the first divisional playoff game in AFL history, December 28.
The Bears defeated the Giants 14-10 in the NFL Championship Game, a record sixth and last title for Halas in his thirty-sixth season as the Bears’ coach, December 29.

1964

The Chargers defeated the Patriots 51-10 in the AFL Championship Game, January 5.

William Clay Ford, the Lions’ president since 1961, purchased the team, January 10. A group representing the late James P. Clark sold the Eagles to a group headed by Jerry Wolman, January 21. Carroll Rosenbloom, the majority owner of the Colts since 1953, acquired complete ownership of the team, January 23.

The AFL signed a five-year, $36-million television contract with NBC to begin with the 1965 season, January 29.

Commissioner Rozelle negotiated an agreement on behalf of the NFL clubs to purchase Ed Sabol’s Blair Motion Pictures, which was renamed NFL Films, March 5.

Hornung and Karras were reinstated by Rozelle, March 16.

CBS submitted the winning bid of $14.1 million per year for the NFL regular-season television rights for 1964 and 1965, January 24. CBS acquired the rights to the champion-ship games for 1964 and 1965 for $1.8 million per game, April 17.

Pete Gogolak of Cornell signed a contract with Buffalo, becoming the first soccer-style kicker in pro football.

Buffalo defeated San Diego 20-7 in the AFL Championship Game, December 26. Cleveland defeated Baltimore 27-0 in the NFL Championship Game, December 27.

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NFL SCOREBOARD

Buffalo 30 Tampa Bay 27

Chicago 17 Carolina 3

Tennessee 12 Cleveland 9 OT

New Orleans 26 Green Bay 17

Jacksonville 27 Indianapolis 0

LA Rams 33 Arizona 0

Miami 31 NY Jets 28

Minnesota 24 Baltimore 16

Dallas 40 San Francisco 10

LA Chargers 21 Denver 0

Seattle 24 NY Giants 7

Pittsburgh 29 Cincinnati 14

New England 23 Atlanta 7

NBA SCOREBOARD

Brooklyn 116 Atlanta 104

Minnesota 115 Oklahoma City 113

New Orleans 119 LA Lakers 112

NHL SCOREBOARD

Vancouver 4 Detroit 1

MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER

Dallas 5 Los Angeles 1

New York 2 DC 1

San Jose 3 Minnesota 2

Real Salt Lake 2 Sporting KC 1

Houston 3 Chicago 0

Seattle 3 Colorado 0

Philadelphia 6 Orlando City 1

Portland 2 Vancouver 1

New England 3 Montréal 2

New York City 2 Columbus 2

Atlanta 2 Toronto 2

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

Earlham 3 Anderson 0

COLLEGE FIELD HOCKEY

Earlham 2 Oberlin 0

2017 COLTS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE  

Sept. 10: at L.A. Rams, 4:05 p.m., CBS

Sept. 17: Arizona, 1 p.m., FOX

Sunday, Sept. 24: Cleveland, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Oct. 1: at Seattle, 8:30 p.m., NBC

Sunday, Oct. 8: San Francisco, 1 p.m., FOX

Monday, Oct. 16: at Tennessee, 8:30 p.m., ESPN

Sunday, Oct. 22: Jacksonville, 1 p.m. CBS

Sunday, Oct. 29: at Cincinnati, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 5: at Houston, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 12: Pittsburgh, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Nov. 19: Bye

Sunday, Nov. 26: Tennessee, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Dec. 3: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m., CBS

Sunday, Dec. 10: at Buffalo, 1 p.m., CBS

Thursday, Dec. 14: Denver, 8:25 p.m., NBC/NFLN

Saturday, Dec. 23: at Baltimore, 4:30 p.m., NFLN

Sunday, Dec. 31: Houston, 1 p.m. CBS

 

2017 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

Sunday, Sept. 10: Baltimore, 1 p.m.

Thursday, Sept. 14: Houston, 8:25 p.m. (NFLN)

Sunday, Sept. 24: at Green Bay, 4:25 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 1: at Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 8: Buffalo, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 15: BYE

Sunday, Oct. 22: at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Oct. 29: Indianapolis, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 5: at Jacksonville, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 12: at Tennessee, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 19: at Denver, 4:25 p.m.

Sunday, Nov. 26: Cleveland, 1 p.m.

Monday, Dec. 4: Pittsburgh, 8:30 p.m. (ESPN)

Sunday, Dec. 10: Chicago, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 17: at Minnesota, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 24: Detroit, 1 p.m.

Sunday, Dec. 31: at Baltimore, 1 p.m.

OCTOBER 23

1869 John Heisman, American pioneering football coach/trophy namesake, born in Cleveland, Ohio

  • 1900 Douglas Jardine, cricketer (England’s Bodyline captain)
  • 1904 Harvey Penick, American golfer (d. 1995)
  • 1906 Gertrude Ederle, American swimmer (Olympic gold 1924), born in NYC, New York
  • 1914 Frank (Bruiser) Kinard, NFL, AAFC tackle (NY Yankees), born in Brooklyn, New York
  • 1931 Jim Bunning, American baseball player and politician (perfect Game vs Mets 1965)/(Rep. Senator-Ky), born in Southgate, Kentucky (d. 2017)
  • 1933 Tom Dewdney, cricket pace bowler (WI of 50’s)
  • 1935 Chi Chi Rodriguez, Rio Piedras PR, PGA golfer (1972 Byron Nelson)
  • 1936 Barry Sinclair, cricketer (21 Tests for NZ in the 60’s, 3 centuries)
  • 1940 Pelé [Edson Arantes do Nascimento], Brazilian footballer (Player of the Century – 1281 goals in 1363 games), born in Três Corações, Minas Gerais
  • 1941 Colin Milburn, cricketer (England bat whose career was cut short)
  • 1946 Miklos Nemeth, Hungarian javelin thrower (Olympic gold 1976)
  • 1956 Betsy Nagelsen, tennis star, born in St Petersburg, Florida
  • 1956 Darrell Pace, archer (Oly-2 gold/silver-1976, 84, 88), born in Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 1957 Sue Ertl, American LPGA golfer, born in Ionia, Michigan
  • 1960 Wayne Rainey, American motorcyclist
  • 1961 Andoni Zubizarreta, Spanish footballer
  • 1962 Christo van Rensburg, South Africa, tennis star
  • 1962 Doug Flutie, CFL/NFL quarterback (Argonauts, Generals, Bears, Pats)
  • 1962 Jaime Yzaga, Peru, tennis star
  • 1962 Mike Tomczak, NFL quarterback (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • 1963 David Bedard, 3m springboard diver (Oly-84, 88, 92, 96), born in Montreal, Quebec
  • 1965 Al Leiter, Toms River NJ, pitcher (Florida Marlins, NY Mets)
  • 1966 Alex Zanardi, Italian race car driver
  • 1967 Jaime Yzaga, Lima Peru, tennis star
  • 1967 Michael Philbrick, CFL defensive tackle (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
  • 1968 Bettina Fulco Villella, Mar Del Plata Arg, tennis star (1993 Futures)
  • 1968 Kendall Gammon, NFL center (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • 1968 Kevin Henry, NFL defensive end (Pittsburgh Steelers)
  • 1969 Kristine Bailey, Livonia Mich, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-13th-1995)
  • 1971 Alai Kalaniuvalu, NFL guard (Philadelphia Eagles)
  • 1972 Daryl Price, defensive end (San Francisco 49ers)
  • 1972 Patrise Alexander, linebacker (Washington Redskins)
  • 1972 Tiffeny Milbrett, soccer forward (Olympics-96), born in Portland, Oregon
  • 1973 Blaine McElmurry, NFL defensive back (Green Bay Packers-Super Bowl 31)
  • 1973 Mac Cozier, soccer forward (Olympics-gold-96)
  • 1973 Shawn Wooden, free safety (Miami Dolphins)
  • 1973 Sjoerd Sanders, soccer player (PSV/MVV)
  • 1974 Beatrice Faumuina, New Zealand discus thrower (Olympics 96), born in Auckland
  • 1974 Dani Tyler, softball infielder (Olympics-gold-96), born in Denver, Colorado
  • 1974 Sander Westerveld, soccer player (FC Twente)
  • 1975 Keith Van Horn, NBA forward (NJ Nets)
  • 1976 Julie Howard, Brantford ON, 100m/200m backstroker (Olympics-27-92, 96)
  • 1978 Steve Harmison, English cricketer
  • 1978 Jimmy Bullard, English footballer
  • 1978 Archie Thompson, Australian footballer
  • 1979 Simon Davies, Welsh footballer
  • 1979 Jorge Solís, Mexican professional boxer
  • 1980 Jade Davidson, Australia, gymnast (Olympics-96)
  • 1980 Pedro Liriano, Dominican baseball player
  • 1981 Jeroen Bleekemolen, Dutch racing driver
  • 1981 Ben Francisco, American baseball player
  • 1982 Valentin Badea, Romanian footballer
  • 1983 Filipos Darlas, Greek footballer
  • 1986 Jake Robinson, English footballer
  • 1988 Nicolaj Agger, Danish football player