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Sarah Marshall

Falmouth, ME

High School:
Catherine McAuley




Boston College vs. #2 North Carolina

Boston College vs. #2 North Carolina

2006-07 (Senior)
Named a tri-captain along with Kathrin Ress and Kindyll Dorsey ... She has started every game for the past three seasons - 92 consecutive ... Played in 125 games, started 94 ... Opened the season with a four point, seven assists performance vs. Sacred Heart ... Had nine assists in a win over Delaware on Nov. 14 ... Notched a career-high 11 assists in a double-overtime loss to Ohio State on Nov. 21 ... Recorded a season-high 14 points in a win over New Hampshire on Dec. 5 ... Had 10 points and went 8-for-8 from the line in a win over UMass on Dec. 31 ... Played 42 minutes, had seven assists in a loss to Virginia ... Notched 12 points by shooting 6-for-8 from the field in a win over Clemson ... Tied her season-high of 14 points in a win over Miami. Along with the 14 points, Marshall added five rebounds, six assists and four steals. She also went 6-for-6 from the free throw line ... Had 10 points, seven rebounds and five assists in a win over Wake Forest ... Had seven points, five assists and two steals in her final home game at Conte Forum vs. Maryland ... Played 44 minutes, had four points and four assists in the final game vs. V-Tech ... Scored in double figures five times ... Was second on the team in steals (28) ... Led the Eagles in minutes played (1.027) ... She now has 543 career assists, good enough for second on the all-time assists list at Boston College ... Is second on the all-time games played list (125) ... Has led the team in assists the last three seasons ... Led the team in minutes played the last three seasons ... With a 5.4 assists per game average, Marshall was 22nd in the country and second in the ACC ... Led ACC in assist/turnover ratio 2.11.

2005-06 (Junior)
Started all 33 games ... A tri-captain, along with Aja Parham and Brooke Queenan ... Earned Opened the season with an impressive eight point, five assist and five rebound performance against Drexel ... Against Vermont, she had eight points, seven assists and shot 4-for-7 from the field ... Tallied 45 minutes of action in a tough overtime loss to Ohio State on Dec. 3rd ... Against UMass, she had nine assists and six points ... Had nine assists in a win over Colgate on Dec. 31st ... In an overtime loss to Maryland on Jan. 5th, she logged 45 minutes with eight assists and six points ... Had season-high 18 points in a 77-53 win over Clemson ... Handed out a season-high 10 assists in a loss to NC State on Feb. 24th ... Finished with 11 points and shot 9-for-10 from the foul line in the second-round NCAA tournament win over Ohio State on March 21st ... Had at least five or more assists in 25 games ... Was second in the ACC in assists with a 5.76 average (190 on the season) ... Led the league in minutes played with a total of 1,186 for a 35.94 average ... Recipient of the James P. '51 GA&S and Edwina Burns Foley Endowed Scholarship ... Was named to the 2006 All-ACC Academic Women's basketball team.

2004-05 (Sophomore)
Started all 30 games at point guard ... A steady, mainstay at the head of the Eagle offense ... Played a team-high 1001 minutes this season, 68 more than any other player ... Played 40+ minutes five times, including a career-high 44 minutes against Michigan State...Averaged 4.5 points, 3.0 rebounds, and 4.3 assists per game ... Scored in double digits four times, including a season and career-high 14 points against Fordham ... Had at least one assist in every game and notched five or more assists 12 times ... Dished out a team-high 128 assists ... Pulled down a season and career-high seven rebounds against Syracuse ... Hit jumper against Connecticut with 32 seconds remaining to give team a two-point lead in a 51-48 victory on Feb. 26 ... Also had zero turnovers in 40 minutes of action against the Huskies ... Led team in assists in five of six December victories ... Team's leading free-throw shooter with an .870 percentage (20-23) ... A BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... Earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

2003-04 (Freshman)
Made an immediate impact, seeing action in all but one game ... Saw most of her time as the back-up point guard behind Amber Jacobs ... Received two starts when Jacobs was injured ... Averaged 3.3 points, 2.1 assists, and 1.0 rebound per game ... Scored in double figures three times ... Strung together those three double-digit scoring performances in back-to-back-to-back outings ... Dished out double-figure assists in one game ... Performed the double-double once, scoring a career-best 13 points and dishing out a career-high 10 assists against St. John's ... A lso had a career-high six rebounds in that game ... Shot .786 from the free throw line and was perfect from the charity stripe in seven games ... Was BIG EAST Rookie of the Week March 1 ... A BIG EAST Academic All-Star...Earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

Before BC
Two-time Maine Gatorade Player of the Year ... Named Maine Female Athlete of the Year after her junior season ... Rated 84th by Blue Star Index ... A Street & Smith Honorable Mention All-American ... Averaged 20.0 points, 5.5 rebounds, 5.9 assists, and 4.5 steals per game in her senior season ... Is McAuley's all-time leading scorer...Was twice named MVP of the Maine high school basketball system ... Played for two state championship teams ... A three-time all-state ... Named MVP of her conference tournament on three different occasions ... Was also a three-time all-state soccer player and an all-state honorable mention track athlete ... A member of the National Honor Society ... Received the health achievement award.

Born on July 23, 1985 in Portland, Maine ... Daughter of Susan and John Marshall ... Has three sisters, Abby (26), Maggie (24), and Anna (22) ... Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences as a communications major.

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