|High School:||Kotara HS|
Played in 27 matches, making 20 starts … was selected as a First Team All-American, a First Team All-MPSF and First Team All-NCAA Tournament player … was one of only two sophomores (UCLA's Garrett Danner was the other) to be named First Team All-MPSF … scored 39 goals (4th on the team) on 67 attempts, converting at a 58.2 percent rate … his goals per game average of 1.56 was third on the team and 18th in the MPSF … he was one of only two players in the MPSF to pick up two MPSF/Kap7 Player of the Week nods in 2014 … he picked up his first honor on Oct. 27 after scoring twice in a 7-6 win over top-ranked Stanford, followed by a second two-goal effort in a 10-7 win at No. 7 UC Santa Barbara … his second Player of the Week honor came on Nov. 17 after he led UCLA to a 16-8 regular season-ending home win over No. 4 Long Beach State … that win kept the Bruins at No. 1 and helped complete a perfect 8-0 record in MPSF play for the first time since 2004 … scored a season- and career-high five goals in win a 13-8 win at No. 2 California on Oct. 18 … he scored at least one goal in 18 matches, including multiple goals 12 times … he scored the game-winner with 0:34 to go to help UCLA win its 9th NCAA title with the 9-8 win over USC (Dec. 7) … also had 13 steals, eight assists and four field blocks and earned the most exclusions on the team (51) and the most penalty shots (eight).
Played in 30 matches, making one start … scored 28 goals (tied for 7th on the team) on 53 attempts, converting at a 52.8 percent rate … scored a season-high three goals in a win at Santa Clara (Oct. 20) … had at least one goal in 19 matches, scoring multiple goals eight times … was second on the team with 44 earned exclusions (three penalty) … also registered eight steals, seven field blocks and one assist.
2015: Played in all nine games (148 minutes), making three starts for Team Australia at the 2015 World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea (July 2-14) … he scored 13 goals on 24 shots, converting at a 54.2 percent rate … scored at least one goal in seven matches including three (on three shots) in a 14-3 win over Korea in pool play and three (on four shots) in a 10-8 quarterfinal loss to Serbia … also tallied three assists, three field blocks and two steals as Australia captured 7th place at the World University Games.
Attended Kotara High School in Newcastle … competed with the Hunter Hurricanes, which is an Australian National League Water Polo Club based in the Newcastle region, attracting players from the Central Coast … the Hunter Hurricanes is the only regional team in the Australian National League Water Polo competition … played on the Australian Junior National Team at the 2012 FINA World Youth Championships in Perth, Australia … scored 12 goals in eight games as the Aussies went 5-3 and finished in 7th place, defeating Team USA 5-4 in the 7th-place game … scored two goals against the Americans and scored seven goals in a 15-4 win over South Africa in pool play … also played on the Junior National Team in 2013 at the FINA World Men’s Junior Water Polo Championships in Szombathely, Hungary … scored six goals in seven games as Australia went 4-3 and placed 8th … he scored one goal against Team USA, which defeated Australia 13-11 in the 5-8 consolation semifinals … helped the New South Wales Blues men’s team clinch the U-20 national championship by scoring a team-high two goals to defeat Western Australia 8-6 … was the highest goal scorer (34 goals) at the 2008 U-14 National Championships as Newcastle placed 7th.
Full name: Gordon David Marshall … born Jan. 9, 1994 in Newcastle, NSW … his parents are Christopher Marshall and Sharrelle Land … has one older brother, Cameron, and one older sister, Leeland … says he chose to attend UCLA because “I wanted to play water polo and get an education at a great institution” … lists former NBA All-Star Shaquille O’Neal as the athlete he most admires … says one thing people don’t know about him is, “I focused on playing water polo after I was injured in a rugby league game” … lists Croatia as his favorite place to travel for water polo … has yet to declare a major.
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