|Team:||Football; Inducted 1992|
Neal Guggemos graduated from the University of St. Thomas with a BA in 1986. As a student, Guggemos had an illustrious career on the football team, being named three times to the All-MIAC football team (1983-85) and once being named the St. Thomas Football MVP. Guggemos was a two-time Kodak All-American defensive back (1984 and 1985) and still holds the St. Thomas interception records for single game (4), season (10), and career (25). He was a sophomore starter in 1983 on the lone St. Thomas team to finish 9-0 in the MIAC. He snagged four second-half interceptions in the 10-7 win over Hamline that capped the 9-0 record. Guggemos was also a six-time All-American in track and field, setting three school records in jumps. He helped the Tommies win the 1985 NCAA indoor track and field championship. The Tommies won all six MIAC team track and field crowns in his era. After graduating, Guggemos went on to play five NFL seasons with the Minnesota Vikings and the New York Giants.