Steven Goudreau Marshall
Steven Goudreau Marshall

Class of 1996

An athlete who made an immediate impact upon Army's gymnastics program as a plebe and eventually found his way to international competition, Steve Marshall etched his name among the Academy's elite gymnasts during his four-year varsity career.

During his senior season, Marshall became the first Black Knight in 57 years to win the Eastern Intercollegiate Gymnastics League's all-around crown, and he was also a finalist for the Nissen Award, collegiate gymnastics' highest athletic honor. As a junior, Marshall copped the EIGL title on the parallel bars. He was the EIGL "Rookie of the Year" in 1993.

Marshall qualified for the NCAA Championships three times and set Academy records for the all-around (57.45), parallel bars (9.6) and high bar (9.8). During the summer of 1995, he earned a spot on the U.S. Senior National Team, becoming the first Army gymnast since 1960 to secure that prestigious honor.