Notable Sigma Nu Alumni
The Emmy-winning host of “The Price is Right” game show since 1972; has served as emcee for Miss Universe and Rose Bowl Parade.
Sportscaster on the FOX television network.
Emmy Award winning actor starred in St. Elsewhere and Boy Meets World, and was the voice of “KITT” in the television show Knight Rider.
Lead singer for the Counting Crows.
Noted poet and playwright. Earned a Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1953 for his play Picnic. Also won an Academy Award for Writing Original Screenplay in 1961 for The Dark at the Top of the Stairs.
Starred in some of the most successful films ever made, including Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and The Fugitive. Was also an Oscar nominee for Best Actor in 1985.
President of CNN; has also served as President and CEO of the Los Angeles Times.
Sportscaster on FOX television network.
Play by play sportscaster for NBC’s Sunday Night Football; formerly announced ABC’s Monday Night Football from 1986 until it ended in 2005; one of only two men to have broadcasted for the championships of the four major American pro sports (NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL).
Actor in films such as Anchorman, The 40 Year Old Virgin, This is 40, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Wanderlust, Clueless, and The Shape of Things.
Violinist of Dave Matthews Band fame.
Felix "Doc" Blanchard
Three time All-American and 1945 Heisman trophy winner for Army.
Paul "Bear" Bryant
Coach of several college football teams (most notably, his alma mater Alabama) for a career record of 323-85-17.
American League rookie of the year in 1950; played twelve seasons for the Red Sox.
Major League baseball player; manager of Chicago Cubs and New York Mets; managed 1980 Philadelphia Phillies to first World Series title.
Former head coach of the New York Jets, current head coach of the University of Virginia football team.
A professional American football player who is now an associate athletic director in the University of Kansas (Jayhawks) athletic department.
American League Rookie of the Year in 1961; managed the Kansas City Royals to first World Series title.
1964 Olympic Bronze Medalist; made the cover of Sports Illustrated; member of the swimming hall of fame.
Ranks fifteenth all time in points scored in NFL history.