Marcus Myers is in his third season as the throws coach for the Northwood University Track programs.
In 2019 outdoor season, Myers coached Rami Gharsalli to a GLIAC Champion in the Javelin Throw with a toss of 56.06 meters (183 feet-9 inches). Ben Quella earned GLIAC runner-up the same year with a toss of 52.38 meter (171 feet-8 inches), which helped earn a third place Team finish behind nationally ranked Grand Valley State University and Ashland University.
In 2020 Indoor season, Myers lead Northwood Throwers to five NCAA Division I Provisional qualifying marks. Jessica Kursinsky finished third at the GLIAC Indoor Championships in the shot put with a throw of 13.71 meters (44 feet-9 inches). Hunter Berecz earned GLIAC Runner-Up in the shot put with a throw of 16.70 meters (54 feet-7 inches).
At Walsh, Myers made five NCAA Division II Track & Field Championship appearances and is a four-time First Team All-American in the hammer, weight and discus throws. During the 2018 campaign, he was the NCAA Division II National Champion in the hammer throw, the USTFCCCA Midwest Regional Athlete of the Year, the GMAC Athlete of the Year, and the GMAC Champion in the discus and hammer throws. He is the school record holder in the hammer (67.12 meters/220 feet-2 inches), weight (20.35 meters/66 feet-9 inches) and discus (53.16 meters/174 feet-5 inches).
Myers competed at 2019 USATF National Championships in the hammer with an Automatic Qualifying mark of 69.65 meters (228 feet-5 inches).
Myers graduated from Walsh University with a B.A. in Marketing.