| Ken McFadden|| Basketball Player|
| Cleveland State University|Ken McFadden Wikipedia
Ken "Mouse" McFadden is a former basketball player. He graduated from Seward Park High School in New York. He played at Cleveland State University from 1985–1989. He helped lead Cleveland State to three postseason appearances and a trip to the Sweet Sixteen. His number 10 is one of only two numbers to have been retired by Cleveland State, the other being Franklin Edwards's number 14. He scored 2,256 points for the Vikings from 1985 to 1989, which is still the Cleveland State record for career points scored. He also played in the CBA and USBL. He then went to work for Cleveland State's athletic department before being fired for accusing associate athletic director Chris Sedlock of writing numerous papers for basketball players.