|Previous College:||Butler '00|
|Position:||Assistant AD/Facilities and Events|
A 2000 graduate of Butler, Marshall played a big role in the Bulldogs' remarkable basketball success over his seven years with the program. As a player and coach, he helped Butler to seven consecutive 20-win seasons and seven post-season tournament appearances. In 2003, he was on the bench as an assistant coach for the Butler squad that posted a school-record 27 wins, captured a fourth consecutive Horizon League regular season championship and advanced to the "Sweet 16" of the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship.
Marshall completed his stellar playing career with the Bulldogs as one-half of the winningest senior class in Butler basketball history (a mark since broken). He played on Butler teams that compiled a 90-39 record, posted three conference tournament championships, captured two league regular season titles and made four postseason tournament appearances. He and teammate Andrew Graves became the first players in Butler basketball history to play in four postseason tournaments!
A two-time Butler Most Valuable Player, Marshall finished his career in fifth place on the Bulldogs' all-time rebounding list. He led Butler in rebounding in 1998-99 and 1999-2000, and he was named all-conference and picked to the league all-defensive team in both seasons. The 6-4 forward was selected the Most Valuable Player of the 2000 league tournament, and he was named Butler's Most Outstanding Male Student-Athlete in the spring of 2000.
Marshall grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he was a football and basketball star at St. Xavier High School. He was an All-American linebacker and received numerous football scholarship offers, before choosing to attend Butler to play basketball. He earned his bachelor's degree from Butler in the spring of 2000, and was immediately hired as an assistant basketball coach with the Bulldogs.
Marshall has a son, Jordan.