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Taurean  Marshall
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Taurean Marshall


Fort Washington, Md.

High School:
Gonzaga HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 190



2006-07 (Junior):
Appeared in 25 games, averaging 7.2 minutes per game...played career-high 19 minutes in the Herd's overtime win in the season-opener vs. UNC Greensboro (Nov. 11)...recorded two assists, a steal and a rebound against the Spartans...played 16 minutes in the season's second game vs. Robert Morris (Nov. 17), posting a career-best four assists vs. the Colonials...tied career-best assist output with four helpers at Ohio (Dec. 2) along with two rebounds...grabbed two rebounds with an assist at Memphis (Dec. 4)...did not see action for five games, scored first points of year in return at George Washington (Jan. 6)...scored career-high five points vs. UCF (Jan. 13), going 2-for-2 with a rebound and an assist in 14 minutes...recorded three points, two assists and a career-high three steals vs. East Carolina (Jan. 31)...pulled down career-high three rebounds at UAB (Feb. 24)...went 1-for-1 (2 pts) with a rebound vs. Memphis in C-USA Quarterfinals.

2004-06 (Sophomore):
Redshirted because of knee knee prior to practice in fall of 2005.

2003-04 (Freshman):
Walk-on who made the team during open tryouts in October of 2003...played in seven games in 2003 before tearing right ACL at Kent State on Feb. 18...played a career-high 18 minutes at Buffalo (Feb. 7), scored his only two points of the year in that game...also grabbed a career-high two rebounds against the Bulls.

High School:
His Gonzaga High School team won the D.C. City title in 2003, the first in school history... scored 10 points and had four assists and three steals in 2003 WCAC Championship...also lettered in football (2 years) and track (3 years)...played in the Five-Star Basketball camp, Ban of the Brick and High Point Summer Leagues for three years...played for coach Steve Turner at Gonazaga.

Parents are Shirel and Jeff Marshall...hopes to become a successful business man after playing days are over...working toward degree in both Management and Management Information Systems.