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Marlon Stewart
Marlon  Stewart

Position:
Technology and Scouting Assistant

Experience:
2nd Year

Alma Mater:
Washington State (2008)

Marlon Stewart joined the Virginia men's basketball staff in 2012. He served as the video coordinator for the University of California men's basketball program for the previous four seasons.

During his time at California, the Golden Bears won a Pac-10 championship, reached the NCAA Tournament three times and the National Invitational Tournament once. Marlon assisted the coaching staff with self and opponent scouting, created highlight and recruiting videos, and managed the use of social technologies.

Prior to Stewart's tenure at California he worked for five seasons as a student-manager at Washington State University for head coaches Dick and Tony Bennett. His responsibilities included managing the video responsibilities, as well as a wide range of tasks in practice and with day-to-day operations.

Stewart and his wife, Carmen, reside in Charlottesville.

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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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