Did not play during the 2010 campaign due to a knee injury, yet returned to the field for the 2011 campaign ... played in 32 career games ... tallied five career points on two goals and three assists ... won 166 of 295 career faceoff attempts for an impressive .563 winning percentage ... picked up 66 ground balls ... earned two monograms.
AS A SENIOR: Returned to the Irish lineup after missing the previous season due to injury ... played in 13 games ... won 64 of 115 faceoff attempts ... career-best .557 faceoff winning percentage, which ranked 17th nationally ... picked up 31 ground balls and dished out a career-high two assists ... registered an assist in a 12-8 defeat of Villanova ... did not play against Providence ... recorded an assist in a 9-8 overtime setback at North Carolina ... earned his second monogram.
AS A JUNIOR: Did not play due to a knee injury.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in all 16 games ... ranked 19th nationally with a .554 faceoff winning percentage ... went 97-for-78 in the faceoff circle ... tallied career-highs in goals (2), assists (1) and points (3) ... also picked up a career-high 33 ground balls ... scored the first goal of his career in a 13-8 win at Penn State ... deposited a goal in the next game as well, a 19-7 win over Dartmouth ... scooped up a career-high five ground balls against the Big Green ... won a season-high 11 faceoffs (out of 16 attempts) in an 11-6 win over Bellarmine ... matched a career-high with five ground balls in a 14-8 victory at Ohio State ... collected an assist in a 7-4 victory over Quinnipiac in the semifinals of the GWLL tournament ... was 8-for-10 in faceoff attempts in a 7-3 setback to Maryland in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... earned his first monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN: Appeared in three games ... picked up two ground balls and attempted one shot ... saw time in victories over Loyola (7-6), Villanova (16-6) and Air Force (13-5) ... collected two ground balls against Villanova.
PREP AND PERSONAL: A three-sport athlete at Detroit Catholic Central ... earned three letters in lacrosse and two in both football and basketball ... named an academic All-American as a senior ... garnered all-state, all-city and all-conference honors during his junior season of lacrosse as his team won the regional championship ... team fell in the state championship during both his junior and senior seasons after turning around a team that went 2-18 during his freshman campaign ... awarded the Father James Whalen Award at the end of his senior year ... the award is given annually to a senior who has excelled academically, is an outstanding athlete and is looked upon by his peers as a Christian gentleman ... two-time team captain ... tallied 31 goals, 15 assists, 186 ground balls along with winning 70 percent of faceoffs taken ... led his team in ground balls as a junior ... a four-year varsity player on his lacrosse squad ... two-time Courage Award winner in football ... earned all-academic honors in basketball during his senior season ... played running back, defensive back and kick returner in football and was a guard on his basketball squad ... son of Laurel and Lawrence Marmul ... has two older sisters ... graduated from the College of Arts and Letters with a degree in psychology and sociology major ... finished with a 3.426 cumulative GPA.
Marmul's Career Statistics
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