Minnesota Timberwolves, NBA
- Gatorade Player of the Year at St. John’s University (1994)
- McDonald's All-American (1994)
- Haggerty Award (1998)
- All-Big East Rookie Team selection
- All-Big East First Team selection
Felipe López is a retired basketball player who played in the NBA for four years, holding career averages of 5.8 points, 2.4 rebounds and one assist per game. Felipe was selected by the San Antonio Spurs with the 24th pick in the 1998 NBA Draft and was traded along with Carl Herrera, to the Vancouver Grizzlies for point guard Antonio Daniels. He played 112 games for the Grizzlies before being traded to the Washington Wizards along with Dennis Scott, Cherokee Parks, and Obinna Ekezie. Felipe went on to sign with both the Minnesota Timberwolves and Dallas Mavericks. Before going pro, Felipe played for St. John's University where he finished his career with 1,927 points, placing him third all-time in St. John's history behind Chris Mullin and Malik Sealy and sixth in Big East history with 1,222 conference points. Felipe also ranking seventh all time in steals, 14th in assists, and 20th in rebounds. He holds the St. John's record for most three-pointers made in a single season (60) and in a career (148). After the NBA, Felipe played for teams in a half dozen countries, as well as in the CBA in the U.S. Most recently, he has been a broadcaster for various Spanish-language networks.