As a Junior (2011): Saw action in 15 games, including six starts ... had six hits in 29 at-bats ... went 2-for-2 on stolen bases.
As a Sophomore(2010):A transfer from Vanderbilt ... started 51 games in center field as a sophomore ... hit .255 including a team-leading five home runs ... had 11 doubles ... posted a .982 fielding percentage ... stole 13 bases on 17 attempts ... his 11-game hitting streak from April 10-24 tied for Maryland's longest of the year ... had 11 multi-hit games ... opened the season on a five-game hitting streak ... went 3-for-4 with two runs in game two of a doulbeheader vs. Delaware (2/27) ... recorded a season-high four RBI, while going 2-for-4 at the plate with a home run vs. Hofstra (3/6) ... recorded his second career three-hit game vs. Boston College (4/11).
Before Maryland: Transferred from Vanderbilt University ... played one year of baseball for the Commodores ... lettered three years in high school for the Spartans as an outfielder ... won league and state semifinals in junior and senior years ... first-team All-State as a senior ... second-team All-State as a junior... named first-team All-County three years ... played club baseball for Super Seventeen for three years in high school.
Personal: Matthew Christopher Marquis ... son of Al and Julie Marquis ... born Feb. 22, 1990 in Philadelphia, Pa. ... has three siblings, Abby, Maggie, and Morgan ... father played baseball and football at the University of Maine and mother played softball at University of Maine as well ... biggest sports thrill was hitting three home runs in one game ... recruited by UNC, Vanderbilt, Rutgers and Wake Forest ... majoring in agriculture resource and economics.
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