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Brandon Marsh

180 lbs.
Alpharetta, Ga.
Young Harris JC
High School
Brandon Marsh - Baseball - Virginia Cavaliers

• 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’s List

Summer League: Offensive Player of the Year award for the Staunton Braves in the Valley League … All-Valley League Team

• 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

• 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