Mark Lindsay

NBA Experience 17th season
Born August 21, 1977 (Drexel Hill, Pa.)
Resides Phoenixville, Pa.
HS Malvern Prep (Malvern, Pa.)
College West Chester University ‘99

Mark Lindsay has officiated 907 regular-season games and 31 playoff games in 16 seasons as an NBA staff official. He officiated the 2023 NBA All-Star Game in Salt Lake City.

He considers his most memorable NBA assignment to be his first playoff game: a first-round game between the Charlotte Hornets and the Miami Heat on April 23, 2014. 

Lindsay refereed for five seasons in the NBA G League, including playoff games in 2005, 2006 and 2007. He officiated in several collegiate conferences, including the ACC, Colonial Athletic Association, Atlantic Sun, Big South and Ohio Valley. 

The Pennsylvania native received a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education and graduated with honors from West Chester University, where he was a three-year letterman in varsity basketball. He has worked as a teacher and real estate agent.

Lindsay directs the Proactive Referee Officiating Camp, which raises money to benefit underprivileged youth who attend the Treasure Beach Basketball Camp in rural Jamaica. In addition, he contributes to schools and foundations to provide educational opportunities to local Pennsylvania students.

Lindsay, who is married with three children, enjoys reading, working out, bicycling and yoga. 

Fun Facts

Favorite TV Show Family Guy
Favorite Movie The Shawshank Redemption
Favorite Musician Dave Matthews
Favorite Book Can't Hurt Me
Favorite App Apple Podcasts
Would Most Like To Visit Rome
Bucket List Family trip to Italy
Hidden Talent Spelling