David Marble '10, one of the all-time great Bison wrestlers, returned to Bucknell in December 2017 to serve as manager for athletics development and the Bison Club.
During his days as a 133-pound wrestler at Bucknell, Marble was a four-time NCAA qualifier and EIWA Championships placewinner. He finished his career with a 111-44 record, placing him third on the program's all-time wins list at the time. As a senior captain he went 30-10, and Marble finished his Bison career with a 61-17 record in dual matches, including 22-5 in EIWA duals. Honored with the team's Class of 2010 Leadership Award following the 2009-10 campaign, Marble received the Edward W. Pangburn Award at Bucknell's annual Senior Awards Dinner. The award is given for "sportsmanship, fellowship and contribution to the University".
After graduating with a degree in psychology, Marble remained at Bucknell for three seasons as an assistant coach under Dan Wirnsberger. He then spent four years working as a marketing representative with Federated Mutual Insurance Company in Alexandria, Virginia, while serving as a volunteer assistant coach at George Mason University.
Last March, Marble moved on to Salesforce.com, where he served as a business development representative for the public sector of the fourth-largest software company in the world.
Since May 2016, Marble has also been the treasurer of the Buffalo Valley Regional Training Center, a non-profit wrestling training facility in Lewisburg.