Junior (2002-2003) Mikey opened the 2002-2003 campaign with 11 points in 28 minutes of playing time against UNC-Wilmington...he was 3-of-5 from the field (including a three pointer), made 4-of-5 free throws, had 4 rebounds, 2 blocks, and 2 steals...shortly thereafter, he injured his hand and missed 4 games...played in 30 games...had 9 starts...averaged 14.4 minutes per game...played double-digit minutes in 18 games and 20+ minutes in 8 contests...shot .706 on 12-of-17 free throws for the season...had 3+ rebounds in 9 games - including his season high of 6 rebounds against Minnesota in the NIT Consolation Game win in Madison Square Garden...dished out 2+ assists in 10 games...registered 2+ blocks in 4 outings...made at least 1 steal in 14 games - including a season high of 3 steals at Texas.
SOPHOMORE (2001-2002): Begins his third year at Texas Tech...averaged 3.5 points per game for the 2001-2002 season...his basket with 17 seconds left in regulation against New Mexico State tied the score at 72 and sent the game into overtime...although Mikey played 7 minutes against Kansas State, he dished out 3 assists and made a steal and was a major factor in the Red Raider run near the end of the first half...was a spark-plug for the enthusiastic crowd (15,098 - the largest crowd since Coach Knight's first game at the United Spirit Arena on November 19, 1999) during his 21 minutes on the court. He was 2-5 from the field, grabbed 8 rebounds, had 2 assists, and 2 turnovers...had a season high of 8 points at Nebraska...added 17 blocks and 14 steals to his 49 assists during the 2001-2002 season...had 6 assists against William & Mary and at SMU...started against Iowa State...played in 30 of 32 games.
FRESHMAN (2000-2001): Grabbed a career-high nine rebounds against Oklahoma State in the Big 12 tourney...also scored six points...three points and six rebounds against No. 24 Texas...five points and six rebounds at Iowa State...two points and four boards against OSU...two rebounds and two assists at Texas A&M...registered career-high eight rebounds against Nebraska...also scored seven points against the Huskers...grabbed six rebounds to lead Tech at Kansas State...scored six points on 3-of-5 shooting at Texas...grabbed five rebounds against A&M, but didn't attempt a shot...scored a career-high 10 points at Oklahoma...logged first multi-three game with two treys at OU...also played a career-high 31 minutes...turned in six-point performance at Baylor...first time to hit six points since doing so at Oklahoma State four games back...also had four boards and a block...hit only attempt at Missouri...finished game with three points, four rebounds and two assists...didn't attempt a shot against Oklahoma, but grabbed a career-high tying seven rebounds and dished out a career high five assists...six points, two rebounds and three steals at Oklahoma State...four points, two rebounds and three assists against Baylor...hit a three against Kansas for his only points...scored career-high nine points at Oral Roberts...hit 3-of-5 baskets, including two threes...had six points against Texas A&M-CC...opened career with five point against Prairie View A&M...also had give boards against UTEP...six rebounds against Western Michigan at the Indiana Classic...averaged 3.5 points and 3.8 rebounds per game.
HIGH SCHOOL: 3A First-Team All-State...District 1-AAA Most Valuable Player...shot 52.4 percent from the field, blocked 2.4 shots, 4.8 assists and 3.5 steals per game as a senior...TABC 3A Player of the Year...McDonald's All-American nominee...participated in the TABC and Texas High School Coaches Association all-star games...named to the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal and Amarillo Globe-News super teams...helped lead THS to a 112-14 record during four seasons, including state runner-up finish as a freshman...averaged 13.3 points, 9.7 rebounds, 3.8 assists and 2.9 steals during his career...First-Team All-State as a sophomore and junior...three-time member of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal All-South Plains Super Team.
PERSONAL: Born December 1, 1981...son of Tyletha and Michael Marshall...has two brothers.