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Chad Marshall (born August 22, 1984, in ) is an Americanmarker soccer player who currently plays for Columbus Crew in Major League Soccer.

Career

Youth and College

Marshall attended Rubidoux High School in Riverside, California, where he was an NCSAA All-American, Parade All-America selection, and Parade's Best Defender in his senior year, and a Parade All-American his junior year. Coming out of high school he was rated as the top college soccer recruit in the country by Soccer America. In addition to his soccer exploits, Chad was also an avid equestrian. He attended the IMG Soccer Academy in fall 2000 through spring 2001. Chad attended Stanford Universitymarker for two years and a brief stint at Harding University. After two seasons with the Cardinal, he decided to turn pro.

Professional

Marshall was drafted second overall in the 2004 MLS SuperDraft by Columbus Crew. He had an exemplary first year, anchoring the Crew defense along with Robin Fraser, who won the MLS Defender of the Year award that season, and helped the team to an eighteen game unbeaten streak and the MLS Supporters' Shield. He finished the season with twenty-seven starts, and was a close second to Clint Dempsey in the voting for the MLS Rookie of the Year Award. He only played in twelve matches in 2007 due to ongoing concussion issues that threatened to end his career.

Marshall's strongest campaign with the Crew came in 2008. He anchored the defense on the squad the won both the Supporters' Shield and the MLS Cup 2008, a game in which Marshall scored the game winning goal. After the season he was voted to the MLS Best XI and was also awarded the MLS Defender of the Year award, beating competition from Bakary Soumare and Jimmy Conrad.

Marshall's contract ran out after the 2008 campaign. After a brief trial for part of December with German 2. Fußball-Bundesliga side Mainz 05 he re-signed with Columbus on December 26, 2008.

International

As a teenager, Marshall trained at the United States Soccer Federation's exclusive Bradenton Academy and has played for several United States youth national teams. He played for the United States at the 2003 FIFA World Youth Championship, now commonly known as the FIFA U-20 World Cup, in the United Arab Emiratesmarker. He later moved up and earned time with the Under-23 team. Marshall earned his first cap and scored his first goal for the senior national team on March 9, 2005, against Colombia. Marshall was selected for the 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup for the United States and received his first cap since 2005 in the side's opening match against Grenada. Marshall went on to play in five games throughout the tournament and garnered Gold Cup All-Tournament honors.

International goals

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
01. March 9, 2005 Titan Stadiummarker, Fullertonmarker, USAmarker
1 – 0
3 – 0
Friendly


Honors

Columbus Crew



Individual



See also



References

  1. http://web.mlsnet.com/news/mls_news.jsp?ymd=20081226&content_id=210053&vkey=news_mls&fext=.jsp


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