Brad Markey '89
Induction Year: 2004
Sport(s): Basketball
Graduation Year: 1989

Among the greatest basketball players in school history, Brad Markey (York, PA/Dallastown) was named to the All-Time and 1980s All-Era Teams during Franklin & Marshall College's 100 Years of Basketball Celebration on February 15, 2003. Statistically, he ranks among the all-time leaders in points (11th, 1,298), assists (3rd, 411), three point field goals (3rd, 168) and three point field goal percentage (1st, 50.1%) as he led the Diplomats to a 92-25 record, four Middle Atlantic Conference title game appearances with titles in 1986, 1988 and 1989, four NCAA regional appearances with three "NCAA Sweet 16" and one "Elite Eight" berth and finished with a 51-8 mark in his final two seasons in a Franklin & Marshall College uniform.

One of the best point guards in school history, he established school single season marks for most three-point field goals (54) and three-point field goal percentage (53.5%) as a sophomore while leading the team to a 22-7 record. As a senior, Markey led the team in scoring average (17.7 ppg) and was chosen MVP, MVP of the Sponaugle and Rotary Tip-Off Tournaments, an ECAC South First Team All-Star and MVP, ECAC Player of the Year, National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-Region team, NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional All-Tournament team and NABC All-America second team to round out a career in which he earned All-American honors in 1988 and 1989.