A walk-on performer who joined the roster as a freshman, David Markley has earned a spot on the traveling roster every game of his three-year career .... Named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll each of the past three years and was the team's Dr. James Cash Academic Award winner in 2004 ... Has played in 35 games during his TCU career ... A local product who is a fan favorite.
Saw game duty in 12 contests during the season, matching his career high.
Had two points and one rebound on the year.
Surpassed his season-high mark in minutes played (22).
Scored his first career field goal and had a career-best two points vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff on Dec. 22.
Saw a career-high seven minutes of work against Maryland-Eastern Shore on Dec. 21.
Played in a trio of conference games and saw time against eventual Final Four team Louisville in the C-USA Tournament.
Appeared in his first postseason tournament game at Maryland in the quarterfinals of the 2005 National Invitation Tournament.
Named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll for the third straight campaign for achieving better than a 3.0 grade point average.
Was named to the C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll in 2004.
Earned the team's Dr. James Cash Academic Award issued to the player with the top grade point average over the past two semesters.
Appeared in 11 of the team's 29 games.
Had two points, four rebounds and an assist on the campaign.
Played a career-high three minutes and scored one point against the NCAA Tournament-bound Memphis Tigers on Mar. 3.
Had a career-best two rebounds and had his first career assist in two minutes at UAB on Mar. 6.
Saw two minutes of action in the season opener against Texas-Arlington.
Played one minute against No. 1 Kansas and saw two minutes of time at Washington State.
Made a first-half appearance at Marquette, seeing action in the final minute of the opening stanza in the Horned Frogs' 85-79 upset victory.
Logged time on the floor in TCU's 71-46 victory over 10th-ranked Louisville.
Had his first rebound of the year in two minutes of play against then-undefeated and top-25 Vanderbilt.
Scored his first point of the season at No. 10 Cincinnati, making 1-of-2 free throws, and added an offensive rebound.
Appeared in 12 games as a walk-on squad member, playing a total of 15 minutes.
Saw first-half action on six occasions.
Was named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll in 2003.
Scored his first career point on a free throw against Grambling State on Dec. 30.
Hauled down his first career rebound at 15th-ranked Louisville on Jan. 18.
Saw a then-career-high three minutes of action in the season finale against USF on Mar. 8.
Missed all three of his field goal attempts on the year and was 1-for-6 from the free throw line.
High School Career
Was a three-year letterwinner at Colleyville Heritage High School for head coach Greg Gober.
Was an all-District 5, Class 5A selection at guard in 2002 after averaging 12.7 points and 5.4 assists per game as a senior.
Also earned all-area mention his senior season.
Tabbed as team captain and voted team MVP as a senior.
Was named the Dallas Morning News' High School Player of the Week in December of 2001.
Led his team to the Texas state playoffs in each of his three seasons.
Set Colleyville Heritage school records for varsity games played (92), consecutive varsity games played (87), career assists (334) and free throws made (212-for-279).