A graduate of Coatesville High School in 1963, Hubie was a tremendous basketball player while at Coatesville. He was the all-time leading scorer in Red Raider history scoring 1243 points in only two full seasons as a varsity starter. Marshall led Coatesville High to its only undefeated regular season in the school’s basketball history during the 1962-1963 school year. Hubie once scored 50 points in a game at Coatesville – which is still a Coatesville record. He was named to the All State Basketball Team in his senior year. After numerous high school awards, Marshall went on to LaSalle College (now LaSalle University). Hubie was a three-year starter for the Explorer basketball team. He was known for his scoring ability amassing 1576 points for his college career in three years. Marshall was named an All-American at LaSalle in his senior year. While at LaSalle, Hubie was twice named the recipient of its Scholarship/Citizenship Athlete Award. He was a draft selection of the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers and a selection of the Indiana Pacers of the ABA in each league’s 1967 drafts. Marshall played in the North American Basketball League for Holland - making Second Team All-Star in the 1967-1968 seasons. Hubie graduated from LaSalle College and continued to play basketball for Phillips 66 teams (where he was employed) as a semi-professional for many years. He was named to the Big Five All-Time Team (only 50 players were chosen to receive this honor) for his basketball accomplishments during his incredibly successful career at LaSalle.