Marshall Named Volleyball Assistant Coach

    July 27, 2014

    PROVIDENCE, R.I.- Providence College volleyball Head Coach Margot Royer-Johnson has announced the addition of assistant coach Dominique Marshall to her staff (July 27).

    "We are so happy to have Dominique join us," said Royer-Johnson. "She will be a vital asset in working with our middles in particular. She has a great knowledge of the game from both her playing and coaching experiences."

    Marshall most recently spent time as an assistant coach for Pima Community College (2009-2010) while working at the All-American Volleyball Camps (2008-2011). Marshall was also a head coach and an assistant coach at the Volleyball Club Dinamo from 2007-2011 and a camp coach at David Rubio's Volleyball Camps in 2005-2009. In 2008 Marshall was also a strength and conditioning intern at University of Arizona.

    Marshall played four successful years at the University of Arizona where she was a captain of the team in 2007-2008, Academic Champion 2005-2007, Pacific-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention in 2005 and 2006 and All Pacific-10 Conference Honorable Mention 2005 and 2006. In 2005 and 2006, Marshall was selected to play with the USA Volleyball A2 team. Marshall helped her team to the advanced to the Elite Eight in 2005. Marshall was named All Pacific-10 Conference Freshman Honorable Mention in 2004. Currently, Marshall ranks first all-time in assisted blocks and second all-time solo blocks at Arizona. After college, Marshall played professionally in Germany, Romania, Italy and the Netherlands from 2010-2014.