Meharg on Marsh: "Tiffany has made a mental and physical transformation this offseason. She has made a committment to put herself in the best physical condition. She is an All-American caliber player with wonderful hands and finishing skills. Her determination strengthens out attacking unit."
International Experience: A former member of the U.S. Under-18 team, Under-19 and Under-16 teams ... traveled with the Under-16 team on its 1999 Holland Tour ... extensive National Futures program experience from 1999-2001 ... selected an alternate to the 2004 United States Under-21 team ... played in the 2004 U.S. Field Hockey Summer League Championship game with the Tidewater Tempest after the team topped five-time defending league champion Southern Charm ... named to the USFHA EPTC Maryland Thundersticks.
As a junior in 2004: Second team NFHCA Mid-Atlantic All-Region for the second-straight year ... move from the midfield to the forward line paid off, becoming the team's points leader and ranking second in goals, recording career highs in both categories ... ninth in the ACC in points ... had a team-high tying three game-winning goals, tallying the game winners in both games of the Terrapin Invitational (Sept. 11 and 12) ... opened the season with a career-high tying two goals, including the game winner, in the 3-2 overtime victory at Boston College ... notched at least a point in 16 of 23 games, stringing together two six-game streaks ... had back-to-back games with two assists, tying a career high, vs. Old Dominion (Sept. 4) and Drexel (Sept. 5) ... three points in win over Towson (Sept. 14) and in the following game at Princeton (Sept. 17).
As a sophomore in 2003: Named to the National Field Hockey Coaches Association second team Mid-Atlantic All-Region team ... a starter in every game at midfield, drew six of seven penalty strokes on the season ... first goal of the season was the overtime, game winner at No. 4 North Carolina (Oct. 25) ... posted a season-high two assists in the 2-0 win over American (Oct. 28) ... scored goals in the ACC Tournament game at Virginia (Nov. 6) and in the NCAA Tournament win over Penn State (Nov. 16) ... also had an assist vs. the Nittany Lions en route to a career-high three points ... earned a spot on the NFHCA's National Academic Squad and the ACC Honor Roll.
As a freshman in 2002: Highest-scoring freshman on the team, tallying eight goals and 17 points ... provided the Terps with an insurance goal against No. 2 Old Dominion before the end of the first period for first-career tally (Sept. 8) ... scored game-tying goal in the first half of the 2-1 loss to No. 5 Wake Forest (Sept. 21) ... deflected the game-tying goal into the net in the second half to spark the Terps' comeback in the 2-1 win at No. 15 Princeton (Sept. 27) ... notched a career-high two goals, including the game-winner, against No. 12 Duke (Oct. 12) ... matched that effort against American (Nov. 3) ... recorded UM's only goal in the loss to the No. 1 Monarchs in the second round of the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 18) ... credited with first-collegiate assist in win over Massachusetts (Sept. 13) ... named to ACC Honor Roll.
Before Maryland: A three-time NFHCA high school All-American, earning first team honors in 2001 ... also a three-time all-state selection in field hockey, and a three-time all-star in field hockey, basketball and softball (1999-2001) ... scored 57 goals in her senior year to eclipse the New York State Section IV record, previously held by former Terp All-American Carla Tagliente ... finished high school tenure with 138 goals.
Personal: Born July 31, 1984 ... daughter of Karen and Ray Marsh ... has two brothers, Kyle (19) and Tyler (12) ... member of the National Honor Society and student council at Marathon ... a business and criminal justice major.
MARSH'S CAREER STATISTICS Year GP GS G A TP Sh. GWG DS PS 2002 22 11 8 1 17 40 1 0 0-0 2003 24 24 3 6 12 26 1 0 0-0 2004 23 19 13 8 34 69 3 0 0-0 Totals 69 54 24 15 63 135 5 0 0-0MARSH'S SINGLE-GAME HIGHS
Goals: 2, three times (last at Boston College, Aug. 28, 2004)
Assists: 2, three times (last vs. Drexel, Sept. 5, 2005)
Points: 4, three times (last vs. Boston College, Aug. 28, 2004)