21 Marshall Everson
21 Marshall Everson
Height: 6-2
Weight: 220
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Edina, Minn.
High School: Edina
Position: Forward
Major: Government
Bats/Throws: Left
House Affiliation: Mather

Sophomore (2010-11) Stats
Skated in all 34 games ... Finished the season on a line with Alex Killorn and Alex Fallstrom ... Part of a Harvard power play that ranked second in ECAC play (22.7 percent) and tied for 18th nationally (19.4 percent) ... Logged assists in both games of ECAC first-round sweep at Clarkson (March 4-5) ... Scored winning goal to break 1-1 tie in the third period and logged an assist against Clarkson (Feb. 25) ... Notched two assists in 6-2 win against Colgate (Jan. 28) ... Scored in second period at No. 16 Boston University (Jan. 15) and first period against Dartmouth (Nov. 26) ... Assisted on Conor Morrison’s first-period tally at Quinnipiac (Nov. 20).

Freshman (2009-10) Stats
Skated in 22 games in injury-shortened rookie season ... Returned from injury to play in front of 9,787 fans, including many friends and family, at Minnesota (Jan. 8) in first collegiate game in his home state ... Netted a power-play tally in tie against Clarkson (Nov. 21) ... Recorded the game-winning goal and an assist in collegiate debut at Dartmouth (Oct. 30) and added a goal at Colgate (Nov. 6) for three points in first two Harvard games.

Before Harvard
Three-year hockey letterwinner at Edina High School, captaining the team as a senior and scoring 100 career goals ... Edina's most valuable player in 2008-09 and a three-time all-conference, two-time all-state tournament and two-time all-metro pick ... Helped team win three Classic Lake Conference titles and three section titles and finish second in the 2008 state tournament ... Also lettered two years in golf ... Received scholar and scholar-athlete awards from his high school.

Interests include golf and travel ... Featured, along with senior Edina classmates, in 2009 Sports Illustrated article on the Minnesota state hockey tournament.

Career Highs
Points - 2 twice, most recently two assists vs. Colgate, Jan. 28, 2011
Goals - 1 five times, most recently at Boston University, Jan. 15, 2011
Assists - 2 vs. Colgate, Jan. 28, 2011
Point Streak - 2 twice, most recently Nov. 20-26, 2010

Career Stats