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Marcel Quarterman, a 2008 Lafayette graduate and former team captain, is in his fourth season on the Lafayette staff and coaches the wide receivers.
Last season, Quarterman helped mentor Mark Ross to a breakthrough All-Patriot League season. Ross caught 49 balls for 703 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior.
In 2010 and 2011, Quarterman oversaw wide receiver Mark Layton '11 vault into the Lafayette record books. Layton tallied 65 and 64 catches his junior and senior seasons, tied for second and fourth-best in a single season, respectively. Layton finished his career with 146 receptions, good for fourth all-time at Lafayette. The receiver also wound up sixth all-time for career receiving yards with 1,780, and third for career receiving touchdowns with 17.
In his first season as a coach, he saw the Leopards' passing offense take off with a senior quarterback and a talented wide receiver corps. Lafayette set records for passing yards, touchdowns passes and season completions.
Quarterman spent the 2008 season coaching at Franklin and Marshall under former Lafayette assistant coach and current F&M head coach John Troxell `94. In his senior season at Lafayette, Quarterman served as a team captain and earned All-Patriot League First-Team honors at free safety. Quarterman played in 10 games and finished with two interceptions, including one that he ran back for a touchdown at Georgetown. The Philadelphia native also made 54 tackles and helped his teammates leave College Hill never having lost to Lehigh.
Quarterman resides in Forks Township, Pa.