2016: Alisha Marshall appeared in more games than any other Fairfield freshman in 2016, finishing with 42 appearances. She stood fifth on the team with a .330 batting average and her 30 hits were also best among the Stags’ Class of 2019. She served both as a designated player and middle infielder, gaining 13 starts as the designated player, 16 at second base, and two at shortstop. After going hitless in first two games, an at-bat against both Georgetown and Butler, Marshall established a season-best five-game hitting streak which started with a 2 for 2 performance against North Carolina. She batted .667 on that five-game run (10 of 15) with four multi-hit contests. She had three doubles in 2016, two coming in a doubleheader against Rider University. Marshall had the dubious honor of leading the team with nine hit-by-pitch plate appearances this season.
Before Fairfield: Alisha Marshall waw a .300 hitter throughout her four seasons at Selma High School. As a freshman, the infielder batted .312 with 24 hits in 23 games and added two doubles, three triples, and a homer to her season statistics. One year later, Marshall hit better than .400 with 37 hits in 27 appearances which included two doubles, seven triples and a home run. She is a skilled base runner, posting 13 steals in 14 attempts in her first two seasons at Selma, and scored 55 runs in 50 games during the same time period. Marshall went on to represent the United States as part of a travel team that competed in Dominican Republic. She spent time with the Fresno Force Gold travel team. She graduated Sum Caud Laude and was the class valedictorian. Marshall was also a four-time Academic All-League student-athlete.