Some of the alumni who have made noteworthy accomplishments in the world of sports.
Robert R. Thomas '70, Wheaton, Illinois; Field Goal Kicker Univ. of Notre Dame & Chicago Bears in NFL; kicked winning field goal in Sugar Bowl; McQuaid Jesuit Athletic Hall of Fame inductee (2008); Justice of the Illinois Supreme Court.
Eugene Goodlow '77; College football player at Kansas State University; played wide receiver for the New Orleans Saints for four seasons; played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) for three seasons.
John "Sonny" Zamites '77; also known as the "Moose," 25 years with the Rochester Amerks; Zamites whose name is synonymous with the team, began his career in 1980, and has appeared at thousands of games and charity events.
John H. Ryan Jr. '80; one of the most promising young golfers in the area's history; won five RDGA Championships, including two men's titles; also earned a golf scholarship to Duke University before his death in a 1982 boating accident on Canandaigua Lake at the age of 20; The RDGA Championship is named in his honor.
Peter Palermo '81; Sectional Champion 1981; Played Division I college baseball; drafted by San Francisco Giants organization (1983); signed with Baltimore Orioles organization pitching five seasons up to the AA level and Mexican League. Presently a nationally ranked real estate broker in Rochester, NY.
Tom Sheehey '83; McDonald's All-American in Basketball; most recruited basketball player ever in Rochester area; attended University of Virginia in ACC; drafted by NBA but played professionally overseas (Spain, Italy, S. America) for a number of years; inducted into the Section V basketball Hall of Fame; McQuaid Jesuit Athletic Hall of Fame inductee (2008).
Eldridge Moore III '85; Played Div. I basketball at Niagara Univ.; Assistant Principal of Instruction at Porter Ridge High School (Indian Trail, N.C.).
Gregory S. Woodard '88; played Div. I basketball in the Big East for Villanova Univ.; inducted into the Section V Basketball Hall of Fame; McQuaid Jesuit Athletic Hall of Fame inductee (2008); works in finance with Manning & Napier.
Jay J. Gangemi '88; played college basketball at Johns Hopkins Univ.; now a pediatric cardiac surgeon at the University of Rochester Medical Center.
John E. Kelly Jr. '88; played college basketball at Univ. of Rochester, helped win a Div. III national title for UR; works in the Department of Justice in Washington D.C.
Scott G. Martzloff '88; played Div. I Basketball at Holy Cross; superintendent of schools at Byron-Bergen.
Drew F. Henderson '89; played college basketball at Fairfield Univ. in Connecticut; played professionally overseas (Holland).
Brad Sumner '89; runner for McQuaid track; received a college scholarship to attend Villanova Univ.; McQuaid Jesuit Athletic Hall of Fame inductee (2008).
Rob Warren '92; played college lacrosse at Penn State Univ., and made roster of Rochester Rattlers. Currently runs a program in Charlotte, NC.
Ben DeLuca '93; played college lacrosse at Cornell Univ., was the assistant coach there for several years and more recently named Head Coach.
Chris Schiller '95; played college lacrosse at Penn State Univ., then for the Rochester Rattlers and Rochester Knighthawks. Made the 2009 US World Team, who won the World Title.
Rob Norris '95; played college basketball at Farleigh Dickinson Univ. and then at Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania; currently Assistant Basketball Coach at Canisius College.
Ben C. Wandtke '95; played college basketball at Colgate Univ.; currently a Radiologist with University Medical imaging.
Christopher B. Fox '97; played college basketball at Colgate Univ.; inducted into the Section V Basketball Hall of Fame; Junior Director of Business Development with IPLOGIC.
Matthew R. Dryer '98; played Div. I baseball; drafted by St. Louis Cardinals organization; played seven years in pro baseball with the Cardinals and San Francisco Giants' organization; now operates Matt Dryer's Diamond Pro School of Hitting in Rochester.
Jamil Walker, '99 - professional soccer player in Major League Soccer and USL First Division.
Tyler R. Relph '03; "2003 Mr. Basketball" in NY State; played for St. Bonaventure University and is now a McQuaid Jesuit Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach.