Completed her Ball State career following the 2013 season.
2013 (R-So.): Earned second letter at Ball State … played in four matches to help Ball State claim a share of the Mid-American Conference West Division title … saw action in four sets … recorded two kills in the season-opener versus The Citadel (Aug. 31) … posted a dig versus The Citadel and at Iowa (Sept. 13).
2012 (R-Fr.): Earned first letter at Ball State … played in two matches and five sets … missed the first seven matches of the season due to injury, before suffering a season-ending injury in the third set at Northern Colorado (Sept. 8) … smashed a career-best seven kills versus Creighton (Sept. 7), while adding six against UNC … hit .158 in both matches … recorded a career-high three digs versus Creighton, while adding two at Northern Colorado.
2011 (RS): Sat out the season at a redshirt.
PREP CAREER: Earned four letters at Muncie Central High School for Coach Wes Lyon . . . helped guide the Bearcats to a 138-17 record over her career, including the 2009 IHSAA Class 4A State Championship and state runner-up finishes in 2008 and 2010 . . . two-time first team all-state selection . . . earned a pair of All-North Central Conference selections, two Muncie Central Offensive Player of the Year Awards and was named to the Senior All-State team . . . finished her career ranked sixth in program history with 874 career kills and second in school history with 198 total blocks . . . also played eight seasons of club volleyball for Munciana . . . 2008 AAU All-American . . . helped guide the her Munciana teams to a Junior Olympics National Championship and an AAU National Runner-Up finish . . . also earned four letters in basketball at Muncie Central.
PERSONAL: Majoring in business . . . born Jan. 2, 1993 in Tacoma, Wash. . . . daughter of Sidney and Lynn Marshall . . . has two sisters, Samone and Dominique . . . full name is Marquita Elberta Marshall.