(2011 - Junior): Played and started in 16 games ... Notched three goals on the season on the way to earning Honorable Mention All-MPSF honors ... Turned in the fourth two-goal game of his career at UNLV with back-to-back scores against Denver on Oct. 16 ... His nine points on the season was second-best on the squad.
(2010 - Sophomore): Earned First Team All-MPSF honors after scoring five goals and posting two assists for 12 points, second-best on the squad ... Was one of four players to start all 19 contests ... Posted the game-winner against Alabama A&M (Sept. 6) as part of his third career two-goal game performance, and also added an assist in the win ... Recorded the golden goal in UNLV's 2-1 overtime road win at San Jose State on Oct. 29, the second golden goal of his career.
(2009 - Freshman): Turned in one of the best freshman seasons ever by a UNLV Rebel ... Tied for second in the MPSF in goals with eight, and was third with 19 points, both of which were team highs ... Also posted three assists for the year ... Was the first-ever UNLV freshman to earn all-region honors (NSCAA Third-Team All-West)... Notched three game-winners on the season, including a golden goal at No. 23 Cal Poly in the season-opener (9/1) ... Had two two-goal games, against Central Arkansas (9/4) and Florida Gulf Coast (9/20) ... Scored the game-winner in UNLV's 4-2 victory over San Jose State in the MPSF quarterfinals (11/12).
High School: A two-sport star at Canyon Del Oro High ... Named first team all-region three times in soccer ... Also named first team all-city and all-state his junior season, during which he set the school record for goals in a season with 23 ... Led the Dorados to the state semifinals twice, including a runner-up finish in 2007 and the state championship in 2008 ... As a kicker on the football team in 2007 and 2008, set school records for most field goals in a game (three), most career field goals (11) and consecutive made field goals (five) ... Named second team all-state in 2007 for football while helping the team to a second-place finish in the state tournament ... Team reached the semifinals his senior season.
Club: Played for Real Salt Lake who was MLS Cup champions ... Went to Spain for the U-18 club World Cup.
Personal: Nicholas Cody Marshall ...Born on Aug. 28, 1990, in Tucson, Ariz. ... Son of Michael and Roxanne Marshall ... Has two brothers, Brandon (36) and Josh (27) ... Majoring in sociology.
Marshall's Career Honors & Awards 2011 Honorable Mention All-MPSF 2010 First Team All-MPSF 2009 NSCAA Third Team All-West