2010: Made 54 starts at shortstop ... named to All-America East second team ... recorded 19 multi-hit games ... hit .299 ... posted career-highs in RBI (32) and home runs (seven) ... had 14 doubles and 43 runs scored ... posted an on-base percentage of .416 ... tied a career-high with five hits against Iona (3/17) ... also drove in a career-best four runs ... drove in four runs against Maine (5/1) and UMBC (5/9) as well ... went 5-for-15 (.333) with three RBI and three runs scored in three games at America East tournament ... tallied a hit in both games against Coastal Carolina at Myrtle Beach Regional.
2009: Named to All-America East second team ... started all 50 games he appeared in ... ranked second on the team with .354 batting average ... led team with 68 hits ... had 17 multi-hit games ... tallied three hits in six at-bats against Florida Atlantic (3/1) ... had career-high five hits including three doubles in win over Vermont (4/5) ... went 14-20 (.700) in series against Vermont ... tallied three hits and scored four runs in win over Albany (4/25) ... went 4-for-6 with three runs scored and an RBI in victory over Hartford (5/9) ... had four hits and scored three runs in America East tournament against Vermont (5/22).
2008: Started at second base in all 54 games he appeared in ... an All-America second team and All-Rookie selection ... named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American ... hit .285 with 27 RBI and 34 runs scored ... 19th toughest player in country to strike out (1/per 20 AB) ... had 16 multi-hit games ... recorded first collegiate hit in season-opening victory against Charleston Southern (3/1) ... tallied first RBI in win over Southeastern Louisiana (3/8) ... went 3-for-5 with three runs scored in victory over Binghamton (4/5) ... had two hits and three RBI in win over Vermont (4/20) ... registered season-high four hits in victory over Maine (4/27) ... went 2-for-4 with three RBI in win over UMBC (5/11).
High School: Played three years of varsity baseball at Paris District High School in Paris, Ontario ... Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior ... member of the 17 and under Team Ontario team that won the gold medal at the Canada National Tournament ... also a member of the 2006 Inner County Terriers that won the Premier Baseball League Ontario and the 18 and under Sandlot World Series in Nashville, Tennessee
Personal: Chad John Marshall ... Born March 9, 1989 ... son of Michelle and Robert Marshall ... Favorite Sports Team: Detroit Tigers ... My craziest ambition: Skydiving ... Greatest moment in sports: Winning the U-18 World Series.