3 Anthony Marshall
- Position: Guard
- Year: SR
- Height: 6′3″
- Weight: 200 lbs
- Hometown: Las Vegas, NV
- Previous School: Mojave HS
- Birthday: Mar. 20, 1991
|11-12-12||Northern Arizona||W: 92-54||14||6-6||2-2||-||3||2||1||6||2|
|11-17-12||Jacksonville State||W: 77-58||11||3-8||0-2||5-8||2||2||-||6||2|
|11-24-12||Iowa State||W: 82-70||16||4-5||-||8-11||8||-||1||2||3|
|11-28-12||UC Irvine||W: 85-57||6||2-7||1-3||1-2||3||1||1||9||1|
|12-4-12||at Portland||W: 68-60||16||5-11||1-3||5-6||6||3||1||4||1|
|12-9-12||at California||W: 76-75||13||4-10||2-2||3-5||4||2||-||4||2|
|12-13-12||La Verne||W: 91-44||9||3-5||2-2||1-2||2||1||-||2||1|
|12-17-12||at University of Texas El Paso||W: 62-60||11||3-5||2-2||3-4||4||1||-||3||1|
|12-19-12||Northern Iowa||W: 73-59||9||3-7||3-6||-||3||3||-||4||5|
|12-29-12||at North Carolina||L: 73-79||15||6-10||1-2||2-3||1||1||-||8||1|
|1-3-13||Chicago State||W: 74-52||1||0-2||0-2||1-2||1||1||-||3||3|
|1-5-13||Cal State Bakersfield||W: 84-63||8||2-4||1-3||3-4||3||2||2||7||4|
|1-9-13||at New Mexico||L: 60-65||7||3-11||1-6||-||7||-||-||9||5|
|1-12-13||Air Force||W: 76-71||0||0-1||0-1||-||3||-||-||12||2|
|1-16-13||at San Diego State||W: 82-75||20||8-13||0-2||4-7||8||1||-||5||5|
|1-19-13||at Colorado State||L: 61-66||21||9-17||1-2||2-6||6||3||-||3||4|
|2-2-13||at Boise State||L: 72-77||18||6-9||3-5||3-5||5||2||1||12||2|
|2-6-13||at Fresno State||L: 55-64||19||7-10||3-6||2-3||6||1||1||1||3|
|2-9-13||New Mexico||W: 64-55||11||2-7||1-4||6-8||4||3||-||6||2|
|2-13-13||at Air Force||L: 56-71||7||3-8||1-6||-||1||-||1||6||1|
|2-16-13||San Diego State||W: 72-70||1||0-8||0-4||1-2||4||-||-||6||4|
|2-20-13||Colorado State||W: 61-59||11||3-9||1-7||1-1||5||-||-||3||4|
|2-23-13||at Wyoming||W: 65-42||7||3-6||0-1||1-1||7||2||-||6||1|
|3-2-13||at Nevada-Reno||W: 80-63||11||3-7||1-3||4-4||2||2||-||5||1|
|3-5-13||Boise State||W: 68-64||16||5-6||0-1||6-7||5||1||1||7||-|
|3-9-13||Fresno State||L: 52-61||11||3-8||1-3||4-8||7||1||-||7||4|
|3-13-13||Air Force||W: 72-56||11||4-6||3-5||-||4||1||-||4||2|
|3-15-13||at Colorado State||W: 75-65||12||3-5||-||6-12||4||1||-||3||4|
|3-16-13||at New Mexico||L: 56-63||8||3-6||0-1||2-2||3||2||-||6||3|
|Season Averages||10.5||47.8%||37.6%||65.8%||2.1 (Asst/TO)|
Bern’s take: This is the season Marshall has worked for the past several years. The hometown kid leading a powerful team with a chance to make a deep run and bring back the aura not felt in this city for 20 years. Now that he’s moving over to be the primary point guard, Marshall is still going to have the ball in his hands at the end of games. However, considering the weapons around him the task should often be to find the open man rather than taking the last shot. That’s a change he’ll have to get used to, but those around him are confident he can be the leader this team needs him to be.
Marshall enters his fourth season in the Runnin' Rebel program in 2012-13 ... Has appeared in all but one game for UNLV (101 of 102) over the last three years, making 71 starts ... Owns career averages of 9.1 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.4 steals per game ... Has shot 45.1 percent from the field ... Has scored in double figures in 45 games, with 20 or more points five times ... Has seven career double-doubles ... Has 915 career points, just 85 shy of becoming the 38th player in UNLV history to score 1,000 ... Has 138 career steals, just one short of the UNLV all-time top-10 list ... Selected No. 70 in CBSSports.com's preseason (2012) list of the top 100 college basketball players in the country.
Named second team All-Mountain West ... Was also voted a member of the MW All-Defensive Team along with teammate Mike Moser ... Named second team NABC All-District 17 ... Earned a spot on the annual Sports Illustrated All-Glue Team, which was named in March ... Played in all but one game, including starting a career-high 33 ... The only player in the league to average at least 13 points, six rebounds and four assists per game in MW contests in 2012 ... Ranked third in the league and 94th nationally in assists per game at 4.5, seventh in steals per game with 1.5, eighth in rebounds per game with 5.1, ninth in free-throw percentage at .718 and 11th in points per game with 12.2 ... Was the only player ranked in the MW's top 10 in both rebounding and assists, and also the only league player ranked in the top 15 in scoring, top 10 in rebounding and top 10 in assists ... Was second on the team behind Oscar Bellfield in assist/turnover ratio at 1.5 ... Posted a career high in points in back-to-back games in January, scoring 26 at San Diego State and then besting that with 27 in a win over TCU when he made a career-high 11 field goals in 18 attempts vs. the Horned Frogs ... Those efforts were part of a seven-game stretch where he scored 130 points (18.6 ppg), grabbed 50 rebounds (7.1 rpg) and dished out 35 assists (5.0 apg) ... His career-high 10 assists came in a win over Central Arkansas and his career-high 13 rebounds came in a victory at Hawaii ... Had a career-high-tying five steals vs. Morgan State ... Two of his four double-doubles on the season came in back-to-back games late in the conference season as he scored 18 points and grabbed 10 rebounds at New Mexico and followed that up with 11 points and 10 boards vs. Boise State ... Also hit double-digits in rebounds for a fourth time with 10 vs. Wyoming in the MW Tournament quarterfinals ... Scored in double figures 22 times and finished with at least eight assists in seven games ... Led his team in points scored eight times and rebounds five times ... Made at least one 3-pointer in 14 games.
Appeared in all 33 of UNLV's games, making 27 starts ... Averaged 9.7 points, 4.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists and 1.3 steals per game ... Shot 47.1 percent from the field and 70.3 percent from the free-throw line ... Was sixth in the MW in assist/turnover ratio, ninth in free-throw percentage and 10th in steals ... Was second on the team in steals and free throws made, third in assists and minutes played, fourth in scoring, rebounding, blocked shots, field goals made and 3-pointers made, and fifth in three-throw percentage ... Had one double-double (16 points and a then-career-high-tying 12 rebounds at BYU) ... Had double-figure rebounding totals in two other games and scored in double figures in 17 games ... Scored a then-career-high 26 points against BYU (9-12 FG, 2-3 3FG, 6-8 FT) ... Led the team in scoring six times and in rebounding four times ... Made at least one 3-pointer in 11 games.
Played in all of UNLV's 34 games, making 11 starts (including each of the last 10 games) ... Averaged 5.3 points, 3.1 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.3 steals per game ... He was second on the team in steals ... Shot 44.4 percent from the field ... Scored in double figures in six games and pulled down double figures in rebounds twice - recorded double-doubles both times ... Scored a then-career-high 14 points vs. Holy Cross ... In his first career start he scored 11 points against Kansas State ... Had a career-high five steals against USC Upstate ... Scored 12 points on 6-of-9 shooting in a win over SMU in Hawaii and had 12 points and three steals in his second career start at San Diego State ... His first career double-double came against Colorado State (12 points, 10 rebounds) ... He did it again vs. Utah in the MW Tournament with 13 points and 12 rebounds.
A 2009 graduate and local product from Mojave High School in Las Vegas ... Lettered four times for the Rattlers under head coach Tony Hopkins ... A four-star recruit who poured in 25 points per game to go along with six assists and five rebounds per contest as a senior ... Named the 2009 Gatorade Nevada Player of the Year, the Sunset Region's Most Valuable Player, the Northwest League MVP and earned first team All-Sunset and first team all-state honors ... Averaged 19 points, nine rebounds and eight assists per game as a junior ... Earned first team all-state and all-region honors in 2008 ... A four-star recruit according to both Scout.com and Rivals.com ... Rated by Scout.com as the 17th-best shooting-guard recruit in 2009 ... Rivals.com rated him as the No. 66 prospect in the country ... Rated by ESPNU.com as the No. 85 overall prospect in the 2009 class.
Anthony Carl Marshall was born March 20, 1991, in Bastrop, La. ... Majoring in interdisciplinary studies ... The son of Danielle Marshall and David Robinson ... Has four siblings, Mac'Kyle (17), Mac'Kysianee (15), Dajhan (8) and Danaijha (6).