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Cam Marchant '02

Class of 2013 
Football, Hockey, Lacrosse

A three-sport captain and winner of the 2002 Shield for the most respected male athlete at Nobles, Cam was a stand-out in football, hockey and lacrosse. He earned 12 varsity letters at Nobles, including five in lacrosse.

 
In football, Cam was an All-League cornerback beginning in his sophomore year. He was a 3-year letter winner on varsity hockey as a forward, receiving the Sziklas Hockey Trophy for contribution to team spirit in both his junior and senior years. 
 
In lacrosse, Cam was the first Nobles player to make the boys varsity team in the fifth class. He was an All-League selection for two years as well as the recipient of the Arnold Lacrosse Prize. He was selected to play in the NEPSAC East West All-Star Game his senior year. That spring, Cam led the team to an 11-3 record, one of the best lacrosse records in school history, and was nominated for All American. A defensive midfielder, Cam’s play was characterized by speed, intensity, poise and tact. 
 
Cam came into his senior year at Nobles as one of the most fit and well-conditioned athletes in the school, with high hopes and great expectations for himself and his teammates. He suffered a knee injury in the first scrimmage of the season that sidelined him for the entirety of the football and hockey seasons. His Shield tribute reads:  “Martin Luther King said, ‘The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort, but where he stands at times of challenge.’ Undoubtedly, this was one of the biggest challenges Cam has faced. In response, he focused on what was needed to restore his knee to a condition to compete once again at a high level and, as importantly, what was needed to support his teammates. He recognized that his roles with teams were changed drastically. He listened and heeded advice, and then rose to the challenges in ways that generated even more respect from players and coaches than if nothing had happened.” 
 
Cam played varsity lacrosse at Cornell, where he was a co-captain his senior year. He was honored with the Mario St. George Boiardi leadership award, given to one senior male athlete and one senior female athlete, and the Richie Moran Senior Athlete Award, given to a senior athlete for "academics, athletics and ambassadorship." 
 

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Cam Marchant