2013|Stats: Earned second-team All-Ivy honors for his performance as a sophomore … led the team in nearly every offensive category, including batting average (.324), hits (47), RBIs (23), runs scored (20), doubles (9), slugging (.476), and total bases (69) … started all 40 games for the Bears and provided dependable defense as the team's primary right fielder … also chipped in with three home runs … hit .319 in conference play with a team-high 23 hits and 11 RBIs … had 13 multi-hit games during the season … went 2-for-4 and drove in four runs in a win over No. 21 Gonzaga (3/26/13) … recorded three hits in a trio of games.
2012|Stats: Earned All-Ivy Honorable Mention for his performance during his rookie campaign…Made an immediate impact during his rookie season, starting in 43 of 44 games in either the outfield or on the mound and earning a .974 fielding percentage…He also lead the team with five home runs, 32 runs and 52 hits, while batting .311…In Ivy League games, Marçal hit .316 with a team-high of 18 runs, 24 hits and a .526 slugging percentage…Also hit three home-runs and five doubles in Ivy League play…As a pitcher, Marçal saw action in five games, starting in three, and struck out 19 batters in 17 innings pitched…He earned Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors twice in the season.
Before Brown: A two-sport athlete and four-year letter winner as a pitcher and outfielder for Lexington High School…A three-time Middlesex League All-Star...Named as the Middlesex MVP in 2010 and 2011...A Boston Herald and Boston Globe 2010 All-Scholastic team selection…Served as a team captain for three consecutive years.
Personal: William O. Marçal is the son of Jose Marçal and Elizabeth Brach of Lexington, MA…He has three siblings, Chris, who attended Hamilton College, Ben, who attended Babson and UVM, and Julie, who graduated from the University of Michigan…Honored with the Massachusetts House of Representatives "Outstanding Student of 2011" award…Four-year member of the varsity debate team at Lexington High School…Also enjoys running, basketball and skiing…His concentration is undeclared.