Villanova: Experienced kicker with good leg strength; Can also handle the punting duties if needed; Will be looked upon to be an integral part of the Wildcat special teams.
2007: Led the Wildcats in scoring with 70 points; Made 12-of-18 field goal attempts and was 34-for-35 in PATs; Was 2-for-2 in PATs versus Maryland; Went 3-for-4 in PATs and made a 35-yard field goal at Lehigh; Connected on a 28-yard field goal, missed a 42-yard field goal and was 3-for-3 in PATs versus Maine; Connected on 2-of-3 field goal attempts (Made a 21-yarder and a 29-yarder and missed a 43-yarder) and was 4-of-4 in PATs against Penn; Made one PAT at JMU; Tied a school record with nine PATs versus William & Mary; Made a career-high three field goals from 41 yards, 37 yards and 27 yards and missed a 41-yard effort at Massachusetts; Was a perfect 5-of-5 in PATs versus Hofstra; Went 3-of-3 in PATs, made a 35-yard field goal and a 28-yard field goal and missed a 20-yard field goal at Richmond; Missed a 37-yard field goal attempt and was 2-of-2 in PATs at Towson; Tied a career-high with three made field goals (36, 36, 42) to go with one PAT and a 47-yard field goal miss versus Delaware.
2006: Made 24-of-25 PATs and 5-of-11 field goal attempts; Went 2-for-2 in PATs at Central Florida; Made all four PATs and missed a 24-yard field goal versus Lehigh; Missed a 37-yard field goal at Penn; Connected on two field goals, including a career-long 42-yarder and was 2-for-2 in PATs at Hofstra; Made his only PAT attempt at Maine; Was 1-of-2 in PATs versus Towson with the miss coming by a blocked kick; Made a 24-yard field goal and a 27-yard field goal and was 2-of-2 in PATs at William & Mary; Made a 34-yard field goal and missed a 33-yard attempt and was 4-of-4 in PATs versus Richmond; Went 3-for-3 in PATs versus James Madison; Made all four PAT attempts and missed a 28-yard field goal at Delaware.
2005: Took over the place kicking duties midway through the year and made 3-of-4 field goal attempts and 17-of-20 PATs; Connected on a 33-yard field goal in his first career attempt at Bucknell; Went 4-for-4 in PATs versus Rhode Island; Connected on all five PATs against William & Mary; Made one PAT and had two blocked at Towson; Went 2-of-3 in field goal attempts at James Madison, making good on 41 and 34-yard attempts and having a 31-yard attempt blocked; Went 1-of-2 in PATs against Delaware.
Don Bosco Prep: Letterwinner in football, volleyball, and track; Garnered an All-State selection (2004); Two-time All-County and First Team All-League; Two-time All-North Jersey; First team All-County in the Pentathlon.
Personal: Criminal Justice major; Youngest of three children of Robert and Maureen Marcoux; Born 5/4/87 in Goshen, N.Y.