Marshall Klitzke is from Annandale, Minnesota. He began youth hockey at five years old playing in the Monticello, Annandale, Maple Lake Youth Hockey Association. Marshall played football, hockey, and golf at Providence Academy in Plymouth. He earned all state honors in football as a running back alongside being awarded all-conference in hockey his junior and senior seasons. Upon graduating high school, Marshall played football for Bethel University and won a conference championship in the process before graduating in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Science. After college, Marshall moved to Cedarburg, WI where he started his own business with his brother specializing in training youth, high school, and college hockey players. It was there he found his passion for working with athletes to help them reach their maximum potential. He is looking forward to bringing that experience with him to MAP/FHIT.