2015 Season Preview
No. 6 Yale 11, St. John's 10 (OT) - March 3, 2015
As A Sophomore (2016): Named to the 2015-16 BIG EAST All-Academic Team … appeared in all 14 games on the season … fifth on the team with 28 groundballs … contributed four assists and caused three turnovers on the season … corralled six groundballs at Drexel (March 19) …provided the game-winning assist to Brian Gaffney versus Siena (March 5) with 1.9 seconds remaining in regulation … contributed an assist versus Stony Brook (Feb. 21), Marquette (April 9) and Georgetown (April 30) … grabbed three GBs at Yale (March 8), Villanova (April 23) and Georgetown (April 30) … had at least one GB in 13 of 14 games during the season…has not yet caused a penalty during his career.
As A Freshman (2015): Named to the 2014-15 BIG EAST Conference All-Academic Team … appeared in all 14 games and started 11 games during his freshman campaign … scored five points last season on one goal and four assists … tallied 13 groundballs and caused three turnovers on the season … picked up one groundball and had one shot on net in his first career start in an 8-7 loss to Siena (Feb.28) … scored his first collegiate goal in a loss at No. 13 Marquette (April 4).
At North Hunderdon: Played four years including serving as a senior captain ... tallied 44 career goals and 36 career assists ... holds the record for most starts in school history ... led his team to a county championship as a senior, the first in school history, and was named title game MVP ... notched 11 goals and 19 assists as a senior, and 19 goals and 11 assists as a sophomore ... also played four years of football as a running back and safety, serving as a senior captain ... selected first team All-West Jersey and named a first team all-star by the Express-Times.
Personal: Son of Thomas Marron Sr. and Dina Marron ... has one brother, Robert ... Aunt Linda Mongelli and uncle Chris Pacella both attended St. John's ... nickname is "TJ" ... enjoys playing the piano ... future career plans include working as a stock broker in New York City ... names his father as the most influential person in his athletic career.