Tyler Marsh, who had coaching experience on the men’s side in the NBA, G League and NCAA, was hired by the Aces on March 14, 2022.

Over his first two years in Las Vegas, Marsh helped head coach Becky Hammon steer the Aces to back-to-back WNBA championships and the 2022 Commissioner’s Cup title. With Marsh on the sideline, the Aces compiled a 60-16 record and went 16-3 in the playoffs.

Among his many contributions to the team, Marsh has been credited with Jackie Young’s improved play, especially her 3-point shooting over the past two seasons. He worked on the court and in the film room and the long hours paid off when Young, who made 5 3-pointers and hit 25% from afar in 2021 and upped that to 50 3s with a 43.1% accuracy in 2022, was named the 2022 WNBA Most Improved Player.

Prior to joining the Aces, Marsh spent two years as an assistant coach/player development with the Indiana Pacers under Nate Bjorkgren (2020-21) and Rick Carlisle (2021-22).

Before Indy, Marsh was the assistant video coordinator and player development coach for the Toronto Raptors, winning the NBA Championship in 2019 alongside head coach Nick Nurse.

He also spent three seasons as an assistant coach in the G League with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants (2016-17), the Bakersfield Jam (2014-15) and the Iowa Energy (2013-14), and won a league championship working on Nurse’s coaching staff with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers (2012-13).

Marsh played collegiately at Alabama Birmingham (2006-08) and Birmingham-Southern (2008-10).

Coaching is in Marsh’s bloodline, as his father, Donnie, has more than four decades in the industry, and is currently an assistant coach at Detroit-Mercy. The younger Marsh had the opportunity to coach alongside his father at Alabama A&M in the 2017-18 season.