Bill Bradley's Princeton team fell short of the title game in 1965, but Bradley was named MVP nonetheless. In total, Bradley scored 2,503 points at Princeton. Bradley played 10 years in the NBA for the New York Knicks. He served three terms in the U.S. Senate and mounted an unsuccessful presidential bid in 2000. These days he is a corporate director of Starbucks and a partner at investment bank Allen & Company in New York City.