Hope is for the venue, which will be at a different location than originally planned, to be completed before the start of the Herd's 2024 baseball season.
Should both West Virginia and Marshall's alumni-based teams win their TBT openers, the squads would clash in Charleston on Tuesday, July 26.
A 6-foot-6 defensive end, Braydin Ward recently received scholarship offers from the Mountaineers and Thundering Herd.
O'Malley has been the Herd's Associate Athletic Director and Chief of Staff for more than two decades.
Rouse picked up four Division I offers over the last month.
Williams played a pair of seasons at Marshall and is leaving behind an assistant coaching position at Stetson to return to Huntington. He was also previously the head coach at Salem.
The Herd also added Alabama A&M safety DeMarco Gibson.
Former MU basketball legend Tamar Slay was hired in April as an assistant coach, but he's leaving Huntington a month later.
The Thundering Herd will face the Fighting Irish at one of college football's iconic venues on September 10.
Green-McKnight played sparingly over two seasons as a Seminole as both a safety and linebacker.
Pandemic and early bids for construction that came in beyond the planned project budget have slowed process.
Johnson was selected No. 259 overall and was the final defensive player to come off the board.
Marshall wrapped up final exams this week and players can now head home before summer workouts begin.
The Thundering Herd held their final spring session before becoming members of the Sun Belt Conference.
Head coach Charles Huff has tinkered with players at different positions late in spring practice, which Marshall concludes today with its annual scrimmage inside the Chris Cline Athletic Center.
After recently leading the Wildcats to their first state championship in program history, the point guard will stay nearby to play college basketball for the Thundering Herd.
Marshall left a strong initial impression on the forward from Woodrow Wilson.
Guard Kamdyn Curfman averaged better than 15 points and was one of college basketball's top shooters from long range last season at VMI.
Ahead of his second season as head coach, Charles Huff is evaluating the team's offense closely, though the cast of characters at several key spots is likely to change down the line from what's been available in spring.
Marshall's second-year head coach wants the unit to develop more depth, but with an abundance of returners, the defense has plenty of proven players.