2012: Played in 17 matches ... scored two goals ... provided two assists ... tallied six points ... fired 20 shots, five on goal ... scored one game-winning goal ... earned start at San Jose State (11/3) ... fired two shots in start versus #10 New Mexico (10/28) ... tallied one shot and one assist in win versus Houston Baptist (10/26) ... saw time in start at Denver (10/21) ... fired two shots in start at Air Force (10/19) ... earned start versus CSU Bakersfield (10/14 ) ... started in midfield versus UNLV (10/12) ... fired one shot on goal in start versus CSU (10/7) ... earned start versus UNLV (10/5) ... tallied three shots and one shot on goal in start versus San Jose State (9/30) ... tallied two shots in start at #20 Washington (9/23) ... scored first two goals of year, including the game winner, on seven shots, three on frame in start versus Portland (9/21) ... registered one shot in start versus #6 UC Santa Barbara (9/16) ... saw action off the bench at Nebraska Omaha (9/9) ... started in midfield at Sacramento State (9/5) ... tallied one assist in start at Gonzaga (8/26) ... fired one shot in start versus Cal Poly (8/24)
2011: Started 15 matches, played in 16 ... scored three goals and tallied one assist ... took 35 shots, 11 on frame ... scored one goal and took one other shot in midfield start versus CSU Bakersfield (11/5) ... took five shots, one on goal in start at Denver (10/30) ... assisted Mikey Ramos' goal and took one shot of his own in start at Air Force (10/28) ... fired three shots, one on target in start at forward against UNLV (10/23) ... attempted a shot on goal in forward start against #5 New Mexico (10/21) ... scored twice on five shots, two on target in midfield start against Sacramento State (10/16) ... fired five shots, one on frame in start at midfielder against San Jose State (10/14) ... earned start at Sacramento State (10/9), tallying one shot ... fired three shots on frame in start at San Jose State (10/7) ... started at CSU Bakersfield (10-2), attempting one shot ... fired one shot in start in midfield at CSU Northridge (9/25) ... earned midfield start at #13 UCLA (9/23) ... tallied three shots, was midfield starter against Gonzaga (9/14) ... appeared as a sub in tie with Washington (9/11), taking two shots, one on goal ... started at midfield in 2-OT win at Cal Poly (9/4) ... took one shot in start at then-No. 9 UCSB (8/27).
2010: Headed in gamewinning goal in the 95th minute at CS Bakersfield (11/7) ... took two shots, including one on goal at starting midfielder versus Denver (10/31) ... fired off two shots, including one on target versus Air Force (10/29) ... attempted four shots, including one on frame at UNLV (10/24) ... started at midfielder at New Mexico (10/22) ... started at midfielder at San Jose State (10/17) ... had two shots, including one on target at Sacramento State (10/15) ... fired two shots in start versus Sacramento State (10/10) ... took two shots at starting midfielder versus San Jose State (10/8) ... had two shots, including one on goal versus Cal State Bakersfield (10/3) ... took one shot on goal at starting midfielder versus Portland (9/26) … started at midfield at Washington (9/24) … subbed in for the Redhawks against UC Davis (9/19) … came off the bench and had one shot against Central Arkansas (9/17) … came off the bench to take two shots, including his first goal of the season in the 40th minute versus Michigan (9/12) … had one shot on goal at starting midfielder versus Gonzaga (9/10) … started at midfield at Southern Methodist (9/6) … started against Tulsa (9/4).
2009: Redshirt season.
2008: Kosaka appeared in 13 matches during the season, making five starts along the way. He scored the team's first goal of the season, earning the game-winning tally in the season-opening 1-0 victory over Cleveland State on August 30. He was named to the All-Tournament Team at the UC Irvine College Classic thanks to that goal. He also scored the team's final goal of the season in Seattle U's 4-2 win at Fresno Pacific on November 10. Of the nine total shots Kosaka was credited with during the season, five of them were on goal.
HIGHLINE HIGH SCHOOL: Led team to the state playoffs in both 2006 and 2007 … a four-time all-league honoree … named league MVP in 2008 … earned all-state recognition.
PERSONAL: Full name is Marshall Kosaka, born May 18, 1990 … the oldest child of Ian and Shelly … he is majoring in civil engineering.