Due to his hustle and physical style of play, he received the nickname "Mad Dog" while playing for the San Ramon Valley High School Wolves - the moniker continued during his time with the Stanford Cardinal and beyond. Madsen played NCAA basketball at Stanford , where he finished his career ranked in the school's career top 10 in blocks and rebounds. Perhaps his signature moment at Stanford was his dunk and free throw that gave Stanford a lead over Rhode Island , propelling the team into the Final Four, where it lost to eventual champion Kentucky. Madsen was a two-time All-American and a two-time All-Pac selection. He contributed to the Lakers' NBA championships in and , and became well known for his goofy dances at the victory parades for those championships.
From Blogging to Bestseller: Mark Manson’s Story
Mark Manson - Author. Thinker. Life Enthusiast.
Ah, let me take a deep breath. I had no intention of writing any more articles about my ex Mark Manson. Then again, when God speaks to me, I listen. So here goes with another open letter to Mark Manson. Let me preface this article by saying that my first Love in this lifetime was not a man. When I was in college, because my family was not well off, I got a job waiting tables to make more money.
Mark Manson – Fearless Dating