Athletic Hall of Fame

Athletic Hall of Fame History
Established in 2013, the St. Anthony High School Athletic Hall of Fame serves as a means of recognizing and honoring athletes, coaches, teams, and individuals who have made noteworthy and significant contributions in athletics. The Hall of Fame preserves accomplishments and contributions that bring distinction and pride to our school and our community.  In the future, the school plans to continue honoring members from our storied past every 4-5 years. 


Joe Amalfitano, Class of 1951

Loyola and USC Baseball Player & Major League Baseball Player and Coach

Lou Berberet, Class of 1947
Santa Clara Baseball and Football Player & Major League Baseball Player
Bill Bond, Class of 1953
Stanford Basketball Player & California State HS Player of the Year
Annett Buckner Davis, Class of 1991
UCLA All American & Beach Volleyball Olympian
Jack Errion, Coach
Legendary SAHS Boys Basketball Coach, 1954 - 1975
B.I. Mais, Class of 1949
Cal Berkeley Football Captain & 1948 CIF Champion Quarterback
Darrick Martin, Class of 1988
UCLA and NBA Basketball Player & High School All American
Johnny Olszewski, Class of 1949
Cal Berkeley Football All-American & NFL First Round Draft Pick
Jack Snow, Class of 1961
Notre Dame Football All American & NFL First Round Draft Pick and All-Pro

Doris Topsy-Elvord, Class of 1949
First African American Student-Athlete & Graduate at SAHS

The Founders Award:  Coach Clarence Layden
Varsity Football Coach for First-Ever League Championship in 1936
The Sports Advocate Award:  Dan Sullivan, Class of 1953
Long-time Title Sponsor of the Annual SAHS Monsignor Gualderon Golf Classic
CLASS of 2018

Dave Adlesh, Class of 1962
Major League Baseball Player

Cormac Carney, Class of 1977
UCLA Football Player & 2-Time Academic All-American
LaTima Jones, Class of 1990
USC Track & Field All-American
Walter "Spud" O'Neil, Class of 1965
Legendary High School Baseball Coach
Walter Osgood, Class of 1958
Notre Dame Baseball All-American
Polly Pope, Coach
Legendary High School Volleyball Coach
Manu'ula Tuiasosopo, Class of 1975
UCLA Football Player, NFL First Round Draft Pick and Super Bowl Champion