South High School (Torrance) - Notable Alumni

Notable Alumni

  • Mike Andrews: former MLB second baseman, currently Chair of The Jimmy Fund
  • Rob Andrews (baseball): former MLB second baseman
  • Bobby Blotzer: drummer for Ratt
  • Gillian Boxx: 1996 Olympic gold medalist (Softball)
  • Shannon Boxx: 2004, 2008 Olympic gold medallist (Soccer)
  • Juan Croucier: former bassist for Ratt
  • Michael B. Donley: US Secretary of the Air Force
  • Chris Donnels: former MLB third baseman
  • Tim Drevno: Current Offensive Line coach for the San Francisco 49ers
  • Chad Morton: former NFL running back and kick/punt returner
  • Johnnie Morton: former NFL wide receiver, mixed martial artist
  • Sendhil Mullainathan: professor of economics at Harvard University
  • Aaron North: lead guitarist for Nine Inch Nails
  • Kyle Schmid: North American Soccer League player
  • Steve Smith former world record holder in the indoor pole vault
  • Ken Turner: former MLB pitcher
  • Chauncey Washington: former NFL running back
  • Alejandro Daniel Wolff: American diplomat, current US Ambassador to Chile, was acting U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations.

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