Phis have excelled in a host of other sports. Members of Phi Delta Theta have won 54 Olympic Medals (27 Gold, 14 Silver, 13 Bronze), won 2 Wimbledon Tennis Titles and is the only fraternity to claim a Calder Trophy Winner (Rookie of the Year in Hockey) as an alumnus.


Olympics
Billy Payne
Univ. of Georgia, 1969
President
1996 Atlanta
Olympic Committee
Clifford H. Buck
Iowa Wesleyan 1922
President
U.S. Olympic
Committee
1969-73

J. Ira Courtney
Washington State, 1913
1912 Summer Olympics. Stockholm
Track and Field
100 meters, 200 meters
4 x 100 meter relay
Carroll Haff
Univ. of Michigan, 1913
1912 Olympics. Stockholm
Track and Field
400 meters

Frank D. Murphy
Univ. of Illinois, 1912
Bronze Medalist
1912 Summer Olympics. Stockholm
Track and Field
Pole Vault
Lewis R. Anderson
Univ. of Nebraska, 1912
1912 Summer Olympics.Stockholm
Track and Field
1500m

Steve Anderson
Washington, 1929
Silver Medalist
1928 Summer Olympics. Amsterdam
Track & Field.
110M Hurdles
Liam Patrick Ball
Texas-Arlington, 1972
Ireland National Team
1968 Summer Olympics. Mexico City
1972 Summer Olympics. Munich
Swimming
100M Breastroke
200M Breastroke

John Black
Ohio State, 1932
1936 Summer Olympics. Berlin
Track and Field
Hurdles.
Richard Bordewick
British Columbia, 1964
1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo
Rowing

Peter Buckland
British Columbia, 1964
1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo
Field Hockey
Austin Clapp
Stanford, 1932
Gold Medalist, Bronze Medalist
1928 Summer Olympics. Amsterdam
1932 Summer Olympics. Los Angeles
4x200 M Freestyle Relay
Water Polo

Wilson Thomas Hobson Jr.
Univ. of Penn, 1924
Bronze Medalist
1932 Summer Olympics. Los Angeles
Field Hockey
Walter G. Staley
Univ. of Missouri, 1952
Bronze Medalist
1952 Summer Olympics. Helsinki
1956 Summer Olympics. Melbourne
1960 Summer Olympics. Rome
Equestrian

Robert Clark
Berkeley, 1936
Silver Medalist
1936 Summer Olympics. Berlin
Track and Field
Decathalon
Robert Winston Day
UCLA 1966
1968 Summer Olympics. Mexico City
Track and Field
5000M

Robert K. Dean
Northwestern, 1977
1976 Summer Olympics. Montreal Handball
Clarence Edwinson
Washburn 1933
Gold Medalist
1952 Summer Olympics. Helsinki
Skeet Shooting

Kent Floerke
Kansas 1964
1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo
Track and Field
Triple Jump
Matt Grevers
Northwestern 2007
4x Gold Medalist, 2x Silver Medalist
2008 Summer Olympics. Beijing
2012 Summer Olympics. London
4x100M Freestyle Relay
100M Backstroke
4x100M Medley Relay

Wallace Jones
Kentucky, 1948
Gold Medalist
1948 Summer Olympics. London
Basketball
Blaine Lindgren
Utah 1964
Silver Medalist
1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo
Track and Field
110 M Hurdles

Bill Toomey
Univ. of Colorado, 1961
Gold Medalist
1968 Summer Olympics. Mexico City
Decathalon
Paul Jessup
Washington, 1931
World Champion
1932 Summer Olympics. Los Angeles
Track and Field
Discus Thrower

Bill McKerlich
British Columbia 1958
2x Silver Medalist
1956 Summer Olympics. Melbourne
1960 Summer Olympics. Rome
Rowing
Coxed Eights.
Bill Morris
Oklahoma 1964
Bronze Medalist
1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo
Pigeon Shooting

William Mulliken
Miami (OH) 1960
Gold Medalist
1960 Summer Olympics. Rome
Swimming
200M Breastroke
Russell Payne
Ohio State 1924
1924 Summer Olympics. Paris
3000 M Steeple Chase

David Perkowski
Indiana, 1968
1968 Summer Olympics. Mexico City
Swimming
100M Breastroke
Larry Questad
Stanford, 1965
1968 Summer Olympics
Track and Field
200 M

Frank Booth
Stanford, 1932
Silver Medalist
1932 Summer Olympics. Los Angeles
Swimming
4x200M Freestyle Relay
Charlie Hickcox
Indiana Univ., 1969
3x Gold Medalist, Silver Medalist
1968 Summer Olympics. Mexico City
100M Backstroke
200M Individual Medley
400M Individual Medley
4x100M Medley Relay

Kenneth Reynolds
Stanford, 1931
1932 Summer Olympics
American Football. Demonstration Sport
Elbridge Ross Jr.
Colby, 1936
Bronze Medalist
1936 Winter Olympics. Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Ice Hockey

Doug Russell
Texas-Arlington 1969
2x Gold Medalist
1968 Summer Olympics
Swimming
100M Butterfly
4x100M Medley Relay
Ken Sitzberger
Indiana, 1964
Gold Medalist
1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo
Diving
Springboard

Francis Calvert Strong
Stanford, 1939
Bronze Medalist
1932 Summer Olympics. Los Angeles
Water Polo
Scott Fortune
Stanford, 1988
Gold Medalist, Bronze Medalist
1988 Summer Olympics. Seoul
1992 Summer Olympics. Barcelona
Team Volleyball

Torbjorn Falkanger
Washington State, 1951
Silver Medalist
1952 Winter Games, Helsinki
Individual Large Hill
Norway Team
Chuck Spieser
Michigan State, 1951
1948 Summer Olympics. London
Boxing
Light Heavweight

Keith Weber
Missouri 1984
1984 Summer Olympics. Los Angeles
Baseball. Demonstration Sport
Wayne A. Wells
Oklahoma, 1968
Gold Medalist
1968 Summer Olympics. Mexico City
1972 Summer Olympics. Munich
Freestyle Wrestling

Max Wieczorek
British Columbia, 1964
1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo
Rowing
Coxed Eights
Canadian Team
Heaton Wrenn
Stanford, 1922
Gold Medalist
1920 Summer Olympics
Rugby

Bobby Windle
Indian Univ., 1966
Gold Medalist, Silver Medalist, 2x Bronze Medalist
1964 Summer Olympics. Tokyo
1968 Summer Olympics. Mexico City
Pete DesJardins
Stanford, 1931
2x Gold Medalist, Silver Medalist
1924 Summer Olympics. Paris
1928 Summer Olympics. Amsterdam
Diving

Jim Kelly
South Dakota, 1921
Coach, 1956
Olympic Track Team
Jack Medica
Univ. of Washington, 1937
Gold Medalist, 2x Silver Medalist
1936 Summer Olympics. Berlin
Swimming
400M Freestyle
1500M Freestyle
4x200M Freestyle Relay

James Wallace O' Connor
Stanford, 1926
Gold Medalist, 2x Bronze Medalist
4x Olympian. 1924,1928,1932, 1936 Olympics
Swimming. Water Polo
American Flag Bearer for 1936 Berlin Olympics
Eugene Vidal
South Dakota, 1916
1920 Summer Olympics. Antwerp
Decathalon

William Dudley III
Tulane, 1951
Gold Medalist
1948 Summer Olympics. London
Swimming
4x200M Freestyle Relay
James A. Gordon
Miami Univ., 1931
1932 Summer Olympics. Los Angeles
Track & Field
400 Meters

David Helliwell
British Columbia, 1956
Silver Medalist
1956 Summer Olympics. Melbourne
Rowing
Coxed Eights
Bruce Humber
Washington, 1936
1936 Summer Olympics
Track and Field
100M
200M
4x100M Relay

Omar "Bud" Browning
Oklahoma, 1935
1948 Summer Olympics. London
Coach. Basketball
Bill Lienhard
Univ. of Kansas, 1952
Gold Medalist
1952 Summer Olympics. Helsinki
Basketball Team

Robie Vaughn
Univ. of Texas, 1978
Director U.S. Bobsled and
Skeleton Federation
Brought back the sport of
skeleton to the Winter Olympics
David Jenkins
Colorado College, 1958
Figure Skating
Gold Medalist, 1960 Olympics
Bronze Medalist, 1956 Olympics
US National Champion 1957, '58, '59, '60
World Champion 1957, '58, '59

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Tennis
Dwight F. Davis
Washington Univ, 1899
Wimbledon Champion
Tennis Hall of Fame

*Also listed Govt & Military

Frederick R.
"Ted" Schroeder

Stanford, 1942
Wimbledon Champion

W. Hamilton Jordan
Georgia, 1966
Executive Director
Association of Tennis
Professionals, (ATP)
*Also listed in football
Ed Grafmueller
Univ. of Penn, 1925
First Table
Tennis Champion, 1935

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Golf
Charles "Chuck" Evans
Northwestern, 1913
Winner of 53 Major
Golf Titles
Charles Coody
Texas Christian, 1960
1971 Golf Masters
Champion
Lincoln A. Werden
Columbia, 1925
President
Golf Writers Association
of America
Dan Forsman
Arizona State, 1981
PGA Golfer
Charlie Yates
Georgia Tech, 1935
British Amateur Champion
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Hockey
Jack Gelineau
McGill University, 1949
NHL Goalie
Boston Bruins
Calder Trophy Winner
Rookie of the Year
Bob H. Peters
North Dakota, 1960
Commissioner
College Hockey America
Conference
2nd Winningest
College Hockey Coach

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Horse Racing
Leslie Combs
Centre, 1925
Founder
Spendthrift Farms
Leading Owner of Thoroughbread Horses
Christopher Chenery
Washington and Lee, 1909
Owner/Breeder
of Triple Crown Winner
Secretariat

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Sailing
Jim Muldoon
Univ. of Maryland, 1966
President
United States
Sailing
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Car Racing
Jeg Coughlin
Ashland, 1992
Racer
Pro Stock NHRA

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College Football (Other)
Carl James
Duke, 1951
Commissioner
Big 8 Conference -
Predecessor of the
Big 12 Conference
Clifford Hare
Auburn, 1891
President of the Southern Conf.
Predecessor of the
Southeastern Conference. Also listed in Education

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