Marshall Wilson
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Marshall Wilson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Austin, Texas

High School:
Stephen F. Austin

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 180

Position:
Outfield

Birthdate:
12/10/1978


Scouting Report: Three-year starter looking to reclaim position after missing last year following season-ending shoulder surgery ... possesses leadership skills that will be much needed by the young TCU squad.

As a Junior (2000): Batted .251 with five doubles, a homer, 24 RBI and nine stolen bases ... played in 49 games, starting 48 ... had 10 multi-hit games, including a pair of three-hit jobs (vs. Iowa State on Feb. 11 and Fresno State on April 9) ... had seven multi-RBI efforts ... had a season-long nine-game hitting streak from Feb. 20 through March 4.

As a Sophomore (1999): Compiled a .270 average for the season ... also recorded seven two-baggers, a home run, 15 RBI and six steals ... started 29-of-41 games played ... all starts came in the outfield (24 in center) ... hit .321 in non-conference competition ... played key role in Horned Frogs run to WAC Tournament Championship game, going 10-for-19 (.526) with five doubles, RBI and runs scored ... notched pair of three-hit games versus San Jose State in tounament action ... earned all-WAC Tournament honors.

As a Freshman (1998): Saw action in 24 games, including 13 as a starter ... collected first-career hit versus Texas and first-collegiate round-tripper versus Oklahoma ... hit .222 overall with a home run and eight runs driven in. High School: Earned back-to-back all-district plaudits in 1996-97 ... hit .404 with three home runs, 36 RBI and 15 steals as a senior ... coached by Glenn Bacak ... was also a two-time all-district selection as a wide receiver in football.

Personal: Full name is Marshall Hall Wilson ... born December 10, 1978 (23 years old) ... son of Ann and Layton Wilson ... mother attended TCU, as did cousin, Jim Bane, who played baseball for the Horned Frogs ... enjoys hunting, fishing and golf ... majoring in finance and real estate.


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