|Sports Played:||Football, Basketball|
Stan Riordan played tackle on Pasadena Junior College's 1932 football team that won the Southern California championship. He went on to be a team captain on the '33 team and also played basketball here. Riordan became an All-Coast end at the University of Oregon and was the top punter in the Pacific Coast Conference. Riordan played professionally for the Los Angeles Bulldogs, and was the college's first-ever NFL draft choice, round 5, 41st pick overall by the Chicago Cardinals. He returned to PCC as first a coach and later an assistant dean of extended day.