Career- Has served as the team captain since 2006... A quality defender in three years for USF... A major part of the Bulls’ nine shutouts in 2007... Member of 2005 BIG East Championship team...Has started all 50 games in which he has appeared...Has 11 points on five goals and one assist.
2007 – Started all 22 games ... Defensively, was a key part of the team’s nine shutouts ... Finished with three goals and had eight total shots ... Classified as “Hard Working Team Player” in College Soccer News ... BIG EAST All-Conference, second team ... TopDrawerSoccer.com’s team of the week member five times ... National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Men’s Division I All-Northeast Region second team honoree.
2006 - Earned Preseason All-BIG EAST honors ... Missed first game of his collegiate career due to a red card suspension, snapping a string of 25-consecutive starts (9/1 vs. N.C. State) ... Made first start of the season, holding the Golden Panther offense to just four shots on goal in USF’s 1-0 win at FIU (8/25). .. Missed most of the ‘06 season due to injury.
2005 - Named third team All-BIG EAST ... Played and started all 21 games for the Bulls ... One of eight USF players to register at least one game-winning goal ... Scored the game-winning goal in USF's 4-1 win over West Virginia in the BIG EAST Quarterfinals (11/5) ... Drilled the equalizer with an 80th-minute strike in USF's 2-1 overtime win versus Cincinnati (10/29) ... The score was the first of his career ... Named BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week for the week ending Oct. 16, following USF's back-to-back conference wins against DePaul (10/12) and No. 3 St. John's (10/15) ... Registered first assist of the 2005 season in USF's 4-2 win over Villanova (10/1) ... Named to the SMU Radisson Classic All-Tournament Team (9/9-11) ... Made first-career start in season opener vs. FIU (9/2).
Prep - Led St. Anthony’s College to three intercollegiate championships while captaining the team in 2004 ... Was a member of his high school all-star team from 2004-05 and was honored as one of Trinidad High School's Top Five Players of the Year ... Was a teammate of fellow teammate Kevon Neaves.
Personal - Full name is Yohance Marshall ... Born Jan. 22, 1986 in Port of Spain, Trinidad ... Son of Wade Marshall and Nzingha Salandy ... Has one brother, Ajamo and one sister, Canifa ... Has played for the Trinidad & Tobago U-17, the U-20 and the U-21 National Teams ... Enjoys cricket, shooting pool and listening to music ... Majoring in communications and international studies.