|Class:||Class of 1951|
|Sport:||Baseball, Basketball, Coach, Athletic Director|
|Enshrined:||Inducted October 15, 1988|
With more years of service as an athletic administrator than anyone in College history, his name is synonymous with the pride and tradition of Saint Michael's athletics. As an athlete, he excelled in both basketball and baseball; captaining and leading both sports to state championships. An extremely successful basketball coach, he led the College team to two New England Division II Championships, and in 1965, to the National Final Four. He was named Vermont Coach of the Year in 1964, 1965, and 1967, and was UPI's Division II Coach of the Year in 1965 and 1967. Markey also coached the SMC baseball team for 19 years. An NCAA cornerstone in New England, he was President of the New England College Athletic Conference, Chairman of the NCAA Division II Selection Committee, member of the ECAC Executive Council, and recipient of the Julian Award for exemplary service.