Kelci Marschall Kelci Marschall begins her first season as a graduate assistant coach for the Southern Miss volleyball program. Her duties include team travel, on the court coaching working primarily with blockers and outside and right side hitters, organizing recruiting, fundraising and compliance.
Prior to coming to Southern Miss, Marschall was an undergraduate assistant at Indiana where he helped with player development, specifically with hitting and blocking. She also coached a 16-U team for Hoosierland Volleyball Club in addition to gaining experience as a camp planner and instructor with the All-American Volleyball Camps.
Marschall was a standout athlete at Indiana where she finished her career with 1,104 kills, 250 blocks and 409 digs. She was a four-year starter and letterwinner while helping IU to the first Sweet Sixteen appearance in school history as a sophomore.
As a prep player, Marschall was named District 4 Player of the Year while garnering Player of the Year recognition from the Ohio Cardinal Conference and the Akron Beacon Journal. She earned All-Ohio twice and led the Cleveland Volleyball Company (CVC) to a ninth-place finish in the 2008 Junior Olympic Nationals.
The New London, Ohio, native earned a bachelor's degree in communication and culture from Indiana University in 2013. She is the daughter of Dale and Deedee Marschall and has a brother, Erik, who played basketball for Bowling Green State University (2005-10).