Marsh joined the Lady Hornets' staff in August 2018. She most recently served as an assistant coach/recruiting coordinator at Long Island University of the Division I Northeast Conference from 2016-to-2018.
In her first season with the Blackbirds, Marsh recruited the No. 47 ranked high school player in the country, according to Next Sports Phenom Top 100; and an ESPN three-star and Hooptown GTA Fab 48 selection.
During her tenure, Long Island recorded its first Northeast Conference Tournament win since the 2009-10 season.
During the 2015-16 season, Marsh was an assistant coach at Division I Manhattan College of the Mid-American Athletic Conference.
While at Manhattan, she landed a Top 100 recruit (according to ESPN.com) and the team featured the MAAC Defensive Player-of-the-Year. In addition, she helped lead the Jaspers to the fourth-best year-to-year win improvement (+ 12) among all NCAA Division I programs that season.
From 2010-to-2015, Marsh was an assistant coach at Monroe College, a powerhouse junior college program in New Rochelle, N.Y.
She helped lead the team to national Division II junior college championships in 2011 and ’12 and four district championships from 2012-to-2015.
In addition, the school produced two national championship MVPs, four All-Americas, four Region XV Players-of-the-Year, three NJCAA Top 40 All-Stars and an Academic All-America honoree during her tenure.
Monroe held the top spot in the national junior college poll in 2012 and 2013. Fourteen of its players signed with NCAA Div. I programs and 35 overall at four-year school while Marsh was on the coaching staff.
Marsh began her coaching career as an assistant at her alma mater, St. Peter’s University in New Jersey, from 2008-to-2010. While there, she recruited the No. 10 ESPN Elite 25 High School Girls Basketball player and an All-Ohio Division II First Team selection to the school.
A native of Bronx, N.Y., Marsh earned a B.A. in Communication from St. Peter’s in 2008.
|Alma Mater:||St. Peter's University|