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Jack Murfee
Jack  Murfee

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Nashville, Tenn.

High School:
Montgomery Bell Academy

Height:
6-4

Event:
Back/Free

08/07/2014

Virginia Has 305 Student-Athletes Named to ACC Academic Honor Roll

Conference has record 3,967 student-athletes recognized

04/09/2014

Virginia Leads Conference with 18 All-ACC Academic Selections

Cavaliers have 12 women and six men recognized

03/29/2014

Kaeser Breaks 200 Breast Record on Final Day of NCAAs

Three Cavaliers earn honorable mention All-America honors

03/28/2014

Kolod Posts Highest NCAA Finish in UVa History

Junior became first diver in school history to advance to championship final at national meet

03/27/2014

Virginia Men Finish First Day of NCAAs

Kolod places 23rd in 1-meter diving

01/26/2013

Swimming vs. Wisconsin/Virginia Tech (by Matt Riley)

Swimming vs. Wisconsin/Virginia Tech (by Matt Riley)

All-ACC (2)
2014:
100 Back
2013:
100 Back

Virginia Career Bests
50 Free: 20.78
100 Free: 47.50
100 Back: 46.30 (2nd all-time at UVa)
200 Back: 1:44.31

2013-14
• Qualified for the NCAA Championships for the second consecutive season
• Earned All-ACC honors with a third-place finish in the 100 back at the ACC Championships
• Part of the 200 medley relay (1:24.98) that broke the school record and the 400 medley relay (3:08.64) that ranks second all-time in school history at ACCs
• Also placed 16th in the 200 back at ACCs
• Swam career-best marks in the 50 free (20.78) and 100 back (46.30) at ACCs
• Finished 37th in the 100 back and 41st in the 200 back at NCAAs
• Set a season-best time in the 200 back (1:44.86) at NCAAs
• Placed third in the 100 back, 15th in the 200 back and 18th in the 50 free at the Ohio State Invite
• Named to the All-ACC Academic Team

2012-13
• Finished 19th in the 100-yard backstroke and 41st in the 200 back at NCAAs
• Earned all-conference honors with a school-record third-place finish in the 100 back (46.69) at ACCs
• Placed 17th in the 200 back in a career-best time of 1:44.31 at ACCs
• Also set a career-best time in the 50-yard freestyle (21.00) at the conference meet
• Placed sixth in the 100 back and 15th in the 200 back at the Georgia Fall Invitational
• Swept the backstroke events against Duke
• Named to the ACC All-Academic squad
• Honored with the team's Academic Award and Lifter of the Year Award at the year-end banquet
• Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll

2011-12
• Set season-best marks in the 50 free (21.56), 100 back (48.71) and 200 back (1:49.68) at the Georgia Fall Invite
• Best individual dual meet finish was second in the 100 back against Duke and North Carolina

2010-11
• Earned all-conference accolades in the 100 backstroke with a second-place finish (47.52) at the ACC Championships
• Placed 12th in the 200 backstroke (1:47.29) at the conference meet
• Went a season-best 1:47.28 in the 200 backstroke during the preliminaries
• Also finished 41st in the 50 freestyle (21.07) at ACCs
• Member of Virginia's 200 medley relay team that placed third; contributed a 100 backstroke split of 22.01

High School
• Three-time All-American in the 100 backstroke
• Member of the 2010 state championship 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams
• Also placed second in the 100 backstroke and ninth in the 50 free at the state championships
• Served as team captain
• Won the Leadership Award in 2009 and 2010
• Named to Headmaster's List four times

Personal
• Son of John and Allison Murfee
• Has a younger brother, Penn
• Father, John, swam at Vanderbilt
• Volunteers through Boy Scouts

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