16 Kyle Marceau
16 Kyle Marceau
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Concord, N.H.
High School: Concord HS
Position: M

AS A SENIOR (2010)
Face-Off Yearbook Preseason All-Conference…Deep South Conference Offensive Player of the Week twice (March 1| March 22)…All-Deep South Conference Tournament…DSC Tournament MVP…All-Deep South Conference First Team…USILA Division II All-America Second Team…Marceau had a remarkable season for the Green & Gold, competing in all 15 contests and making one start…He led the team in scoring with Saint Leo single-season record 55 points on single-season best 35 goals and 20 assists…He fired 113 shots, accounting for six game-winning goals and five man-up goals…He also contributed 49 ground balls and had an incredible .522 shot-on-goal percentage…In total, he had 10 multiple-goal games and six multiple-assist contests…In his best performance of the season, Marceau tied a career high five goals in a 16-5 win over Catawba (2/28/10)…Against Merrimack (3/13/10), he posted a three-assist game…He also contributed the game-winning goal in the 12-11 victory over nationally-ranked Merrimack…He also tied a career-best seven ground balls against Wingate (2/24/10)…Marceau finished the season 12th nationally in points-per-game, 10th in goals-per-game, and 22nd in assists-per-game…He ended his Saint Leo career second in points (130), second in points-per-game (2.95), second in goals (77), first in assists (53), second in shots (260), and second in shots-on-goal (152).

AS A JUNIOR (2009)
Marceau continued to improve his play during his junior season appearing in all 14 games…He finished the season second on the team with 45 points (3.21 p/g), first in total shots with 88, third on the squad in goals scored with 25 (1.79 g/g) and led the team in assists with 20 (1.43 a/g)…He posted four man-up goals and tallied 26 ground balls…Marceau scored two or more goals in eight contests and three or more assists in four games…He scored a career –high five goals against Wingate (03/03/09) and posted a career-best five assist game at St. Andrew’s (02/26/09)…He scooped-up a season-high five ground balls against Queens (03/09/09) and scored a season-high seven points (4G, 3A) against Limestone (03/21/09)…He was named Deep South Conference Player of the Week on March 2, 2009 and was named to the All-DSC First Team.


Marceau made an immediate impact as a sophomore transfer for the Lions appearing in 15 of 16 contests…He scored 17 goals (1.13 g/g) and tallied13 assists (0.87 a/g) en route to a 30-point season (2.00 p/g)…He accumulated a career-best 30 ground balls and posted two game-winning goals…The best game of the season for Marceau came against Franklin Pierce (03/18/08) scoring a season high four goals, three assists, seven points while tallying seven ground balls…His efforts on the field helped him earn All-Deep South Conference Honorable Mention.

Won two State Championships...Captain for two years...Varsity starter his senior year...Two time New Hampshire 01 All State...Played 11 out of 12 games at Robert Morris University, collecting two assists and three ground balls.

Born January 22 in Concord, N.H…Undeclared major…Hobbies include Lacrosse, hockey and going out with friends…Career goals are to own his own business… Names Muhammad Ali as his favorite athlete…Lists the New England Patriots as his favorite team…Son of Lisa and Greg Marceau…Has three brothers, Justin, Kevin and Alex.