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2015: Was limited during the season by an injury issue suffered during the third meet of the indoor season … opened the year with a career-best 6.84 time in the 60m dash at the UW Indoor Preview, finishing sixth … also ran 6.87 at the UW Invitational indoors … ran the 100-meters three times during the outdoor season, the best being a wind-aided 10.65 time at the Ken Shannon Invitational where he took second … was fourth in the 100m at the Pepsi Team Invite in Eugene in 10.92 seconds … was UW’s lone male representative on the Pac-12 All-Academic First Team, earning the honor for the second year in a row.
2014: The top short sprinter on the squad in his second season … ran at the Pac-12 Championships, taking 11th in the 100-meter prelims in 10.69 seconds, and anchoring the 4x100m relay which took seventh in 41.78 seconds in the final … set a 100-meters PR of 10.59 seconds at the Washington Open, taking second … also ran a 200-meters PR at the same meet, going 21.70 … second in the 100m at the UW-WSU Dual in 10.72 and was third in the 200m at 21.92 … part of the year’s top 4x100m relay, as the foursome ran 40.79 to take second in the Dual Meet … ran 10.74 to stake fifth in the 100m at the Trojan Invitational … indoors, finished 13th in the 60-meter dash at the MPSF Championships in 6.91 seconds, and was 24th at 200-meters in 22.24 … set a PR in the 60-meters at the Husky Classic, going 6.86 in the prelims and then 6.88 in the final to finish third … excelled in the classroom as the only Husky to earn Pac-12 All-Academic First Team honors.
2013: Ran a full season showing good promise in the short sprints … outdoors, top times came in his last outing at the Ken Shannon Invite, where he ran 10.65 for 100-meters and 21.75 for 200-meters though both had significant tailwinds … ran a wind-legal 10.95 for 100m at the UW-WSU Dual, finishing sixth, and was fifth in the 200m at the same meet in 22.53 … indoors, broke seven seconds for the first time in the 60m dash at the UW Final Qualifier, running 6.98 seconds … best indoor 200m of 22.68 at the Husky Classic.
High School and Personal: Born in Kirkland, Washington ... mother is Jayme Marshall and father is LaNoris "Crickett" Marshall, who was a UW All-American, holding the 200-meter school record of 20.46 seconds for nearly two decades ... Crickett Marshall was third in the 200m at the 1981 NCAA Championships and ran on UW's second-place 4x100m relay at the 1983 NCAA finals ... the youngest of six children, with older brothers Rodney, Shaun, and Victor, and older sisters Olivia and Rachel ... qualified for the Washington 3A state meet in four events as a senior, placing fifth in the 100m dash final after setting a wind-aided PR of 10.85 in the prelims ... also took 10th in the 200-meters, and anchored the 4x100m relay to a third-place finish and ran on the eighth-place 4x400m relay ... KingCo champ at 100-meters his junior year, and was second as a sophomore and senior ... as a junior, was 10th at state in the 100m, and 14th in the triple jump ... as ran at state on the 4x100m relay as a sophomore and junior ... graduated with a 3.96 grade point average.
2014 MPSF - 13th, 60m | 24th, 200m
2014 Pac-12 - 11th, 100m | 7th, 4x100m
2015 Pac-12 All-Academic First Team
2014 Pac-12 All-Academic First Team