Binghamton, in conjunction with its National Hockey League affiliate the Ottawa Senators, made the announcement on Thursday. With the B-Sens, Marks will be primarily responsible for the breakdown of practice and game video footage as well as the day-to-day development of the players.
"This is a great opportunity for Tim," head coach Bob Prier said. "He was an invaluable asset to my staff this past season and we loved having him be a part of the program. We wish him nothing but the best and great success at Binghamton."
Marks spent the past season with the Princeton men's hockey program as the primary video coordinator. He was also involved in player development and organizing team travel and activities.
A graduate of Clarkon University, Marks and his wife Davanna have a son Connor.