Andy Marsh is in his second season as a graduate assistant for the cross country and track and field programs at Michigan State. Marsh, a 2005 MSU grad, earned letters in both sports as a Spartan. He maintains a USATF level one coaching certificate. While running cross country, Marsh was a three-time All-Great Lakes Regional selection, placing 21st in the regional meet as a sophomore, 17th as a junior and 25th as a senior. In 2001, Marsh earned Second-Team All-Big Ten honors following a 12th place finish at the conference meet. A four-time competitor at the NCAA National Championships, Marsh finished 41st in his junior season.
Redshirting his freshman season, Marsh competed for the Spartan track and field team in his sophomore, junior and senior years. During the 2002 outdoor season he turned in four top-15 performances, including a pair of second-place finishes in the 5,000-meter run at the Hillsdale Relays and the Western Michigan Quadrangular. Marsh turned in a time of 14:46.77 that season at the Big Ten Championships, good for 15th place. In 2005, Marsh ran a 29:20 in the 10,000m-run to qualify provisionally for the NCAA Championships. In addition, he placed sixth at the Big Ten Outdoor Championships in the 5,000m and 10th in the 10,000m.
Earning a degree in kinesiology, Marsh is currently working towards a master's degree in kinesiology with a concentration in sports administration at Michigan State. Marsh competed in the Detroit Marathon in the summer of 2006, finishing seventh.