Marshall begins his eighth year as an assistant coach at NKU. Marshall
directs NKU’s recruiting efforts and coordinates the recruitment
of post players.
two seasons for former NKU head coach Ken Shields from 1990-92 and
posted the school’s fifth best all-time scoring average with
17.4 points per game. He was named second team All-GLVC both seasons
and finished his career at NKU with 994 points.
Marshall shot 52.1 percent from the field in his two years with
the Norse and poured in 39 points against Indianapolis as a senior.
That 39-point performance tied the NKU single-game record at the
time, but it was shattered later that season when Greg Phelia scored
43 points against Kentucky Wesleyan. Phelia’s record stood
until Mike Kelsey scored 50 points against Indianapolis in 2004.
his wife, Tara, have a daughter, Jalynn, and a son, Wesley. They
reside in Cincinnati, Ohio.