18. Bill Bradley, Princeton
Bill Bradley is the all time Ivy League leader in career points, free throws, and points per game, and he holds just about every record available at Princeton. Today we know Bradley as a politician, but Ivy Leaguers will always remember Bradley’s magical run to the Final Four with Princeton in 1965. Bradley scored an incredible 177 points, still a record for five games in a tournament, and his 35.4 points per game ranks fifth best all time.
He is one of only two players to have three different 40 point games in March Madness, peaking with 58 points in his final outing, second most in tournament history. Bradley’s beloved Princeton finished in third place, but he was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player anyway.