Marshall, Daniel

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    Daniel Marshal does the Triple Jump

    Daniel Marshall was born in Delaware, and moved to Chandler in 1999. He attended Hamilton High School where he earned varsity letters in track & field, football and basketball. He was named to the all-state team for football in 2002 and earned all-region honors in basketball in 2002 and 2003. Marshall’s strength lay in Track and Field, where he earned all-state honors in 2001, 2002 and 2003 at the 5A level, and became a two-time 5A state triple jump champion. He placed 10th in the long jump and eighth in the triple jump at the 2003 USATF Junior Olympics. He holds school records in the triple jump (46-8) and high jump (6-6). He received the honor of All-American Scholar Athlete and was named Hamilton High School's Athlete of the Year in 2003.

    In 2003 Daniel joined the University of Arizona Track and Field program. As a freshman he placed fourth in the triple jump at the Pac-10 Championships, a distance that ranks No. 7 all-time at Arizona. In 2006, Marshall placed fifth at the Pac-10 Championships in the triple jump and sixth in the long jump. He qualified for the NCAA Championships in the triple jump, where he proceeded to finish 20th overall.  In 2007, Marshall was the West Regional Champion in triple jump, and finished 12th in the NCAA championship.  Marshall placed first in triple jum and long jump in several other competitions as well.  In 2008 Marshall became the Conference Indoor Triple Jump Champion, with a jump of 15.93m that ranked him 2nd all-time at the University of Arizona.

    Upon graduating from U of A with a degree in Physical Education, Marshall taught high school physical education classes and coached sports. In 2010 He pursued a Masters in Athletic Administration and helped coach track and field athletes at the University of Oklahoma. He married former Chandler High athlete Dominique Lamb. In 2012 Marshall became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, working for Athletes’ Performance. In 2013 he moved to Shanghai, to prepare athletes for the Chinese National Games.  He worked with teams in Archery, Shooting, Tumbling, Trampoline, and Track and Field Throwers.  His athletes earned nine medals, including the National Champion in Men’s Archery and in Men’s Double Trap Shooting.

    Marshall currently works as a Strength and Conditioning Coach with the Chicago Bulls for the 2013-2014 NBA season.

    Marshall was inducted to the Chandler Sports Hall of Fame on February 8th, 2014.

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    ARIZONA

    2007: Marshall was the West Regional Champion in triple jump with a jump of 15.79m, and went on to the NCAA championships in the event, where he finished 12th. The highlight of Marshall's indoor season was his first-place finish at the TCR Race Productions Invite, where had set a new personal best in the triple jump with a 15.76m jump. Also had a secondplace finish at the MPSF Indoor Championships. Outdoors, Marshall placed first at the Arizona International, in both the long jump and the triple jump, as well as first-place finishes in the triple jump at the Jim Click Shootout and 2007 Double Duals. Marshall also excelled during the Pac-10 Championships and at the NCAA Regionals; he qualified for nationals, where he would help earn the Wildcats team points and earn All-American honors. 2006: Marshall competed outdoors for the Wildcats, placing fifth at the Pac-10 Championships in the triple jump and sixth in the long jump. He qualified or the NCAA Championships in the triple jump, where he proceeded to finish 20th overall. Had a season's best jump of 15.69m (51-5 3⁄4), which ranks No. 7 all-time at Arizona. 2005: Marshall's indoor season was highlighted by season's best marks of 15.25m (50-1 1⁄2) in the triple jump and 7.25m (23-9 1⁄2) in the long jump. Both marks were achieved at the University of Washington's Dempsey Indoor Facility. Did not compete during the outdoor season, using a redshirt year. 2004: Had an outstanding rookie season with a number of impressive performances. Placed fourth in the triple jump at the Pac-10 Championships with a leap of 15.52m (50-11), his best mark of the season. That distance ranks No. 7 all time at Arizona. Had a season's best long jump of 7.03m (23-0).

    HIGH SCHOOL

    Hamilton High School, Chandler, Ariz.: Earned nine varsity letters in track & field (four), football (three) and basketball (two). Acted as team captain in 2002 and 2003. Named Most Valuable Athlete in 2002 and 2003. All-Fiesta region selection three times. Earned all-state honors in 2001, 2002 and 2003 at the 5A level. Two-time 5A state triple jump champion. Named All- American Scholar Athlete. Holds school records in the long jump (22-9), triple jump (46-8) and high jump (6-6). Team finished third at the Arizona track & field state championships in 2001. Placed 10th in the long jump and eighth in the triple jump at the 2003 USATF Junior Olympics. Named Hamilton High School's Athlete of the Year in 2003. Named to the all-state team for football in 2002. Earned all-region honors in basketball in 2002 and 2003. Played on the 2001 5A state runner-up football team. Football team was the Fiesta Region champs with a 10-0 record in 2003.

    PERSONAL

    Daniel Lamont Marshall ... Born 3-30-85, in Wilmington, Del. ... Son of Debbie Tibbs-Collins and Dennis Marshall ... Has two brothers, David and Jordan ... Enjoys cooking and playing video games in his spare time ... Majoring in physical education with hopes of become a college coach after graduating.

    PERSONAL BESTS

    Triple Jump: 15.79m; Long Jump: 7.47m

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