Played in all 17 games with nine starts…recorded one goal for two points…had six shots…scored in a 2-1 win over New Hampshire (10/29)…
Saw action in all 16 games with six starts … Scored three goals on the season, including the game-winner at Columbia (10/20) … Registered 21 shots on the season, fifth best on the team … Best game of the season was against Columbia (10/20) … Tallied a season-best three shots on goal against the Lions … Registered multiple shots on seven occasions … Had five shots on goal for a .238 shots on goal percentage … Averaged 1.31 shots per game.
Had a good sophomore campaign with 15 appearances and one start at New Hampshire (1/1) ... Tallied six points on three goals ... Posted goals against South Florida (9/11), Tulsa (9/18) and Columbia (10/22) ... Took eight shots and posted multiple shots on two occasions ... Posted a .750 shots on goal percentage with six of his eight shots reaching frame.
In his first season, Murray played in 10 games as a forward ... Made his collegiate premiere in a 4-1 home victory over Holy Cross ... Appeared in the first-round 4-0 playoff victory at Monmouth.
Played varsity soccer for Lakewood St. Edward, serving as team captain his senior year ... Team ranked first in the state of Ohio and top-10 nationally his sophomore and junior years ... Named second team all-state and first team All-Greater Cleveland area as both a junior and senior ... Twice named St. Edward's offensive player of the year ... Had a role in 70 percent of his team's goals as a senior, either scoring or assisting ... Leading scorer for the Cleveland Internationals Academy during the 2008-09 season.
Son of Peter and Janette Murray ... Was a nationally-ranked speedskater growing up ... Father played rugby at the College of Wooster ... Uncle, Mark Murray, played football for Bowling Green and uncle, Paul Murray, played rugby at Ohio State.
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