Marilyn Marin was inducted into the North Texas Athletics Hall of Fame in 2008
Ended her fabulous career with every offensive record in school history . . . Had 214 career points, tied for 10th in NCAA history, 88 goals, eighth in NCAA history, 2.70 points per game, tied for seventh in NCAA history, and 1.11 goals per game, tied for eight in NCAA history . . . Was a four-time first-team all-conference selection and a four-time all-central region selection . . . Was the first player in league history to be named to the first-team all-conference four straight years and capture back-to-back Player of the Year honors
Named Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year . . . Named first-team all-conference for the fourth straight year . . .Named all-region for the fourth straight year . . . Posted her third 20-goal season with 23 goals, 14 assists, and 60 points . . . Had 11 hat tricks for her career along with 23 games where she scored two goals or more.
Led the nation in points (67) and goals (26) points per game (3.53) and was named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Year . . . Was also named to the third team All-Central Region soccer team by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America and to the first team Sun Belt Conference for the third straight season . . . Marinrs 3.53 points per game was the 10th best mark in NCAA history . . . For her career, Marin is tied for sixth in NCAA history with 1.14 goals per game and she is tied for ninth in points per game with 2.66 . . . She was second in the nation in goals per game at 1.37 a contest . . . Marin broke eight school records last season in becoming the schoolrs all-time career leader in points, goals, assists, and game-winning goals . . . Marin set new school records in a single season in points (67), goals (26), assists (15), and shots (126) . . . She recorded a school-record 14 game point streak . . . Netted five hat tricks last season, including a four-goal performance against Duquesne to give her nine for her career . . . Marin fired a school record 126 shots on goal and led the team with six game-winning goals.
The Mean Greenrs most dangerous offensive weapon for the second straight year, Marin led North Texas in goals (15), shots (81), game-winning goals (5) and points (31) for the second consecutive season . . . Was a unanimous pick for first team All-Sun Belt Conference honors and was also named to the Sun Beltrs All-Tournament Team . . . In addition, she was the lone North Texas representative on the All-Central Region Team after being chosen third team . . . She had five multi-goal games, including a four-goal hat trick against Arkansas-Little Rock on Sept. 28, 2001 . . . Marilyn was named the Sun Belt Conference Player of the Week on Oct. 1 after her four-game effort against UALR.
The Sun Beltrs Freshman of the Year had an immediate impact with the Mean Green, leading the team and the conference in scoring (24 goals), setting three school records (season goals, points and game-winning goals) and finishing third in the nation in goals per game and points per game . . . Other honors included first team all-Sun Belt and all-SBC tournament as well as all-Central Region and first team Freshman All-America by Soccer Buzz . . . She was one of just two freshmen named to Soccer Buzzrs All-Central Region . . . She is the only player in school history to be named to the first team Freshman All-America squad and just the second in school history named first team all-region . . . One of two North Texas players named SBC Player of the Week (Sept. 25, 2000).
Started for three consecutive seasons at Skyline and was named first-team all-district in 1997, 1998 and 1999 . . . Voted her teamrs MVP in both 1998 and 1999.