Men's Basketball

    Aaron Marshall
    Aaron Marshall

    Buffalo, New York

    Assistant Coach

    1st Year

    Aaron Marshall was promoted to assistant coach on Jan. 14, after beginning the season as director of basketball operations for USC. This is his first season at USC, after one season as director of operations at Radford. Prior to that, he spent four seasons at Colgate as an assistant coach under the school's all-time winningest coach Emmett Davis.

    In 2008, a year after arriving at Colgate, Marshall was promoted to the second assistant position. Marshall's duties were compliance, liasion, recruiter, head of player development, scouting and working with the post players. Marshall also handled Colgate's alumni relations through the program's Hardwood Club and directed the team's community relations efforts. Marshall began his coaching career in 2006 at Division-III SUNY Potsdam.

    Marshall was a standout player at D-III St. Lawrence in Canton, New York where he scored 1,442 points and grabbed 611 rebounds. He was a four-year letterwinner for the Saints and served as captain his final two seasons. Marshall was a two-time first-team All-Liberty League selection and was a first team NABC East All-District selection as a senior. In addition, he received St. Lawrence's Senior Male Athlete Award in 2005. In 2003 Marshall was the NCAA field goal percentage leader making 67.9 percent of his shots.

    Marshall, a native of Buffalo, N.Y., earned his Bachelor's in religious studies from St. Lawrence in 2005.