Marc Chorney (H 1977-81)
  A 1981 All-American, Chorney, a native of Thunder Bay, Ontario, was an assistant captain for the 1980 national championship squad and served as captain for the 1981 team. He was named to the 1980 all-NCAA Tournament team and earned all-Western Collegiate Hockey Association honors for the 1980 and 1981 seasons. Chorney appeared in 153 games and recorded 24 goals and 94 assists as a defenseman. He played professionally with the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Los Angeles Kings.

Mike Haase (Sw 1986-89)
  A four-time North Central Conference champion in the 100 and 200 backstroke events, Haase was the first Fighting Sioux male All-American and was named the NCC Rookie of the Year in 1986 and NCC Swimmer of the Year in 1989. He earned a total of 11 All-American awards and nine NCC championships on his way to holding six UND and four NCC records. He was part of the start of the dynasty now known as the Fighting Sioux men's swimming and diving program. Haase was killed in a biking accident in 1994 in India and the Mike Haase Memorial Scholarship Fund has been created in his honor.

Mike Halpenny (1986-87)
  In a brief two-year career at UND, Halpenny, a native of Winnipeg, was a two-time All-American and the North Central Conference Swimmer of the Year for 1986 and 1987. He won six NCC individual titles in three events and was on four conference champion relay teams. In addition to his performance in the pool, Halpenny also earned All-America honors in the classroom. Following his competitive career he turned to coach for UND.

Don McLean (FB 1968-70)
  A two-time selection on the all-North Central Conference team, McLean was also named the league's most valuable lineman in 1970. Named to the 1970 AP Little All-America team pick, he had two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. McLean played professionally with the Madison Mustangs in 1971.

Margaret Peterson (FH 1974-77; co 1977-84)
  A multi-sport athlete, Peterson was a standout field hockey player. She was a two-time all-conference pick and was named to the North Central Region team in addition to being a three-time most valuable player. Following her playing career, Peterson coached UND and was named the 1981 Female College Coach of the Year by the North Dakota AP Sportswriters Association. UND finished sixth nationally in 1980 and was a regional semifinalist in 1977, 1979 and 1981.