CFC Signs Oglethorpe University Midfielder

Monday, February 3, 2020
Chattanooga Football Club is pleased to announce the signing of Topher Marshall from Oglethorpe University. Topher adds versatility and strength to the midfield, and a player who will fill up the stat sheet. In four years at Oglethorpe University, Marshall scored 31 goals and 18 assists in 68 appearances. 

“This is a special day for me” said Marshall. “With all the hard work and help along the way, I can finally say that I fulfilled a dream. I want to thank Chattanooga FC for giving me this opportunity.
It is a pleasure to represent this club, and I cannot wait to get started.”

Marshall is one of the players who earned a spot on the squad thanks to the tryouts held earlier this year. His hard work at Oglethorpe and here in tryouts impressed Coach Peter Fuller and the coaching staff.

“He had an excellent college career there and has impressed us through our trials with his speed, his balance and his ability to score goals” said Peter Fuller, Head Coach, Chattanooga FC. “We look forward to seeing what he brings to the table for us this year.”

Topher will get his first shot on the pitch later this month in Oakland against Oakland Roots. Chattanooga FC’s NISA Spring schedule is out and is available on ChattanoogaFC.com. Annual passes are available now at ChattanoogaFC.com, and individual tickets go on sale February 24th.

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