Dionne Marsh

Dionne Marsh

Player Profile


Flower Mound, Texas

High School:
Flower Mound HS





New Mexico vs. UCLA (12-9-2006)


WBB vs. Sam Houston State

Southwest Airlines Lobo Shootout - New Mexico 77, Sam Houston State 41

GENERAL INFORMATION: An outstanding post player who continues to increase her range every season...single season record holder at UNM for free throws made and attempted...three-time All-MWC selection...two-time MWC Tour MVP...invited to the 2006 USA Basketball U20 Women's National Team Trials.

JUNIOR (2006-07): Started all 33 games...selected the 2007 MWC Tournament MVP for the second time in three seasons and a member of the 2007 MWC All-Tournament Team...named to the 2007 All-Mountain West Conference second team...named a 2006-07 Naismith Trophy candidate...scored her 1,000 point on a free throw on Nov. 25, 2006, making her the second fastest Lobo to reach that plateau, behind Allison Foote, and the second fastest in the MWC behind Kim Smith... Led the Lobos in scoring with 20 points in the MWC championship against BYU (3/10) and added a career-high four steals, along with five rebounds and three assists...finished the year with four double-doubles and averaged 14.7 points per game...recorded a career-high 209 rebounds for the season after averaging 6.3 boards per contest...had eight 20-point games including a 27-point performance at BYU on Feb. 10, 2007...New Mexico's Female athlete of the year.

SOPHOMORE (2005-06): Saw action in every game with 29 starts...named first team All-MWC...set the UNM single season mark for free throws made and attempted at 165 and 228, respectively...scored in double figures in 28 games...led UNM in scoring at 15.9 ppg and was second in rebounding at 4.8 rpg...finished in the top-10 in the conference in scoring (3rd), field goal percentage (9th), blocked shots (10th) and offensive rebounds (10th)...set a career-high in free throws made and attempted at Texas going 13-of-17...played a career-high 51 minutes at New Mexico State and notched first double-double of the season with 26 points and 10 rebounds...put together back-to-back double-doubles with 15 points and 10 rebounds against UNLV, followed by 25 points and 10 boards versus BYU...set career-high with five assists against New Mexico State and Colorado State...tied career-high with three steals against Louisiana-Monroe...scored 43 points in the NCAA Tournament, including 25 versus Baylor in the second round...named MWC player of the week on Jan. 30...received MWC Academic All-Conference honors.

FRESHMAN (2004-05): Played in every game with 18 starts...scored in double figures 20 times, including all 14 MWC games...named MWC Newcomer of the Year and third team All-MWC...was first freshman ever to be named MVP of the MWC Tournament and second freshman to be named to the MWC all-tournament team...averaged 21.3 points and 8.7 rebounds in three MWC Tournament games...set MWC Tournament record with 25 field goals...set UNM single season record in free throw attempts with 193 and was third in free throws made with 131...led team in scoring at 13.0 ppg and second in rebounding at 5.5 rpg...scored a career-high 28 points at Air Force on 8-of-12 shooting from the field and 12-of-16 from the foul line...grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds against Colorado State, UNLV and Utah, which all led to double-doubles...first career double-double came against Colorado State with 14 points and 10 rebounds...also had back-to-back double-doubles in the MWC Tournament with 27 points and 10 rebounds against UNLV and 22 points and 10 rebounds against Utah...earned MWC Academic All-Conference honors.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 graduate of Flower Mound High School...three-year letterwinner for head coach Keri Howard...a McDonald's All-American nominee for the 2003-04 season...selected first team All-District 7-5A her senior season...named to the 2003 Sandra Meadows All-Tournament team...helped lead Flower Mound High School to the 2004 Texas regional quarterfinals with a 26-12 record...averaged 14 points and eight rebounds as a senior and was named team MVP.

PERSONAL: Born Dionne LaNette Marsh on January 14, 1986, in Dayton, Ohio...daughter of Raymond and Donna Marsh...has two sisters, Donna and Angela, and one brother, Raymond...member of the National Honor Society and Student Council...hobbies include reading, swimming, sleeping and shopping...favorite athlete is Tracy McGrady...majoring in Biology.