Dan Andrews ’86 had an outstanding athletic career at St. Edward playing football and basketball all four years. He participated in the St. Edward-St. Ignatius rivalry during his sophomore, junior, and senior seasons. Dan was a two-year starter at tailback and led the team to a 10-0 victory over St. Ignatius in his junior year. As team captain in 1985, he led the Eagles to a 12-0 victory over St. Ignatius by carrying the ball 27 times for 177 yards and one touchdown. During his four years at St Edward, he never lost a game to St. Ignatius. Dan was inducted into the St. Edward Athletic Hall of Fame in 2000 and still holds the single season record for most carries in a season with 289. Dan was a four-year starter at Baldwin Wallace College, rushing for over 5,000 yards in his career as a tailback and named All-American in his senior season. Dan was also recognized as an Academic All-American at Baldwin Wallace, one of the few players to receive All-American status for both football and academics.
The Hall of Fame inductee from St. Ignatius High School is 2004 graduate Josiah “Juice” Kedzoir. Josiah played in the rivalry two years as a wide receiver and kicker. In his junior year, he kicked two field goals, and in his senior year, he had four catches as a receiver totalling 80 yards. He also scored a touchdown and his second field goal was the game-winning kick.