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Brandon Marsh

OF
Position
5'10''
Height
180 lbs.
Weight
Freshman
Class
R/L
B/T
Alpharetta, Ga.
Hometown
Young Harris JC
High School

729355.jpeg2006
Second Team All-ACC selection
Named ACC Co-Player of the Week Mar. 20 after hitting 600 going 9-for-15 with three RBIs in helping Virginia to a perfect 4-0 week with wins over Dayton and No. 2 Clemson
Named to the 2006 VaSID All-State Baseball First Team
Led Virginia while hitting .380 and posting the second-most hits (79) on the team
Started 53 of 58 games in right field
Recorded 24 multiple-hit games including three three-hit games, three four-hit games and one five-hit game
Second on the team in slugging percentage (.500)and led team with a .470 on-base percentage
Hit .306 in ACC games producing 34 hits
Went a career-best 5-for-5 with three RBI and a home run in ACC Tournament game with NC State (5/25)
Went 4-for-4 with three runs scored and three RBI against Maryland-Eastern Shore (3/7)
Best ACC series came when he went 7-for-11 with four runs and three RBI including a 4-for-5, three-run, one RBI performance in game three of a series sweep of No. 2 Clemson
Totaled four hits in five at-bats against Norfolk State (3/29)
Drove in a career-best three RBI twice, first against Maryland Eastern Shore (3/7) and second time against NC State (5/25)
Young Harris Junior College (2004-05)
Hit .342 in two seasons at Young Harris with 100 RBI, 41 doubles, five triples and 11 home runs on 154 hits while also adding 28 stolen bases
2005 Region XVII All-Tournament Team
Led Young Harris to the 2005 Region XVII Championship
Helped lead Young Harris College to a 52-8 record (2004)
Led Georgia Junior College Athletic Association in total hits (2004)
First Team All-Region in Georgia Junior College Athletic Association (2004)
Luke Rushton Award for most rounded player
Served as team captain in 2005
Made the Dean[apos]s List
Summer League: Offensive Player of the Year award for the Staunton Braves in the Valley League
All-Valley League Team
Prep
Earned three letters under Billy Bryan at Centennial High School
2002 Varsity MVP and 2003 team captain
Helped lead team to first playoff berth
Team One top 100 outfielder prospects
Holds seven Centennial High School batting records
Two-time high school all-region team selection
Honor Roll member
Personal
Full name is Thomas Brandon Marsh
Parents are Terri and Tommy Marsh
Born on May 13, 1985
Has two sisters, Whitney and Caroline, and a brother, Daniel
Dad played tennis at Georgia

Marsh[apos]s Career Hitting Statistics

YearAvg.G-GSABRHRBI2B3BHRTBSB-ABBK2006 .38058-53208517930133210414-173828