Marcus Zegarowski
Creigton Bluejays
Position Guard
League Big East Conference
Personal information
Born August 3 1998 () (age 19)
Boston, Massachusetts
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Career information
High school Tilton
(Tilton, New Hampshire)
College Creighton (2018-present)

Marcus Zegarowski (born August 3, 1998) is an American basketball player for the Creighton Bluejays. Zegarowski attended Tilton School in Tilton, New Hampshire. He committed to Creighton University to play college basketball. Prior to attending Creighton, he attended Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School in his hometown of Boston. He is the younger brother of current NBA player Michael Carter-Williams.

Early LifeEdit

Zegarowski is the son of Zach and Mandy Zegarowski, and has three siblings: Michael, Masey, and twin Max. Both of his parents played basketball during college and were both high school basketball coaches. All three of his siblings are currently playing basketball: Michael is a member of the Charlotte Hornets, Masey plays point guard at Bryant University, and Max plays shooting guard for Lynn University.

High School CareerEdit

For his first two years of high school, Zegarowski played basketball at Hamilton-Wenham Regional High School in Hamilton, Massachusetts. Also on the team, nicknamed the Generals, was twin brother Max. He missed half of his freshmen season with a broken thumb. In his sophomore year he helped lead his team to undefeated 25-0 record and was named the Kinney Division Player of the Year.

In 2015, Zegarowski transferred to the boarding school Tilton Academy in Tilton, New Hampshire where he lived in a dormitory during his final three years of high school. In his second season with Tilton, Zegarowski, was named the Winter Player of the Year. He led the boys hoop team to the National Prep Championship and the Rams were ranked one of the top schools in the nation. Zegarowski was the team leader in points and assists. He was named a Lakes Region All-Star as well as the team MVP and had 28 points in one game in the NEPSAC AA playoffs. 

In his senior year, he led the school to a 30–5 record and a NEPSAC AA state title.Zegarowski finished the season averaging 23 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists and 3.5 steals per game including career-high 57 points. He was named AA Player of the Year.

College Edit

Zegarowski signed a National Letter of Intent to attend the Creighton University, and play for the Bluejays

See Also Edit

Zegarowski Family

Gallery:Zegarowski-Williams Family

Gallery:Marcus and Max Zegarowski