While at Akron, McFadden spent three seasons as the director of basketball operations, before serving as recruiting coordinator for nine years.
McFadden played three seasons for the Zips (2003-05), averaging 8.4 points-per-game as a senior - his lone year under Dambrot. The Struthers, Ohio native excelled from behind the 3-point arc, where is made 107 of his 174 career field goals. He set the then-school single-season record for 3-point field-goal percentage, converting 48 percent (56-of-118) in 2003-04.
A two-sport Division I student-athlete, McFadden spent his first two years of collegiate eligibility as a quarterback at Ohio State.
McFadden, who was all-state as both a high school quarterback and forward, completed his bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Akron in 2005.
He and his wife, Christie (formerly Zetts), a fellow Struthers, Ohio native who played basketball at Youngstown State, have two children, Reece and Kellyn.