Cal State Fullerton has added a potential impact player and some depth at outside hitter in Felicia Marshall, a transfer incoming from the junior college ranks. A junior-to-be come the fall semester, Marshall will have two years left of play and will be immediately eligible.
Marshall comes in from Grossmont College where she won Freshman of the Year, made All-Tournament Team, All-Conference and All-Regional teams. In total for her most recent year as a sophomore, she logged 237 kills (2.42 per set) on a .182 hitting percentage, 105 digs (1.07 per set), 52 aces (0.53 per set), 47 blocks (0.48 per set) and eight assists.
Prior to her time at the two-year school, she prepped at Layton Christian Academy where she played on the varsity team for four seasons. That included another list of awards, while she was also a multi-sport athlete who played basketball and track & field.
“I like Cal State Fullerton a lot. It has a good psychology program,” Marshall said with Grossmont College after signing her National Letter of Intent. “I am looking forward to playing volleyball at a higher level and Grossmont has prepared me mentally for that, and pushed me to be a better athlete.”
Cal State Fullerton is coming off of a 5-24 season in 2017 in which they finished last in the Big West at 1-15. They’ll hope Marshall can help a turnaround as she joins three returning outside hitters.
She’s a transfer and the former freshman of the year at Grossmont College. Felicia Marshall will now bring her talents to Fullerton! Welcome to the Titan Family! #TusksUp pic.twitter.com/ROtTbT6jmv
— Titans Volleyball (@FullertonWVB) June 20, 2018