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46 Charlie Murray
Charlie  Murray

Charlottesville, Va.

High School:
St. Anne's-Belfield

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 230



Football vs. Richmond (by Matt Riley)

Football vs. Richmond (by Matt Riley)

2012 -
Did not appear in any games ... dressed for the Richmond, Penn State, Louisiana Tech, Maryland, Wake Forest, Miami and North Carolina games. 2011 - Redshirted.

2011 graduate of local St. Anne's-Belfield ... played football his senior year only, passing for 1,481 yards and 17 touchdowns as a quarterback ... rushed for six more TDs as a first-team all-conference and all-state honoree.. ... made the Daily Progress' second-team All-Central Virginia squad ... was STAB's MVP and the Falcon Club Player of the Week ... won VISAA DII State Football Championship ... voted VISAA DII All State Quarterback ... voted newcomer of the year and nominated for player of the year by Scrimmage Play Magazine ... played baseball all four years ... pitched, played first base and third base ... as a senior he led the VISAA conference along with a teammate with 11 home runs in the season and won VISAA State Baseball Championship ... made All VISAA Division first team ... also played basketball ... member of the award-winning CHS Orchestra and traveled and performed in London, New York City and Myrtle Beach, S.C. ... in 2009 was named first chair cello ... honor roll all three years at Charlottesville High School ... worked Camp Wahoo as a volunteer counselor ... on Christmas break helped with clean-up in Biloxi, Miss., after Hurricane Katrina ... son of David and Mary Murray ... has two older brothers, Joshua and Eric Rogan ... mother Mary (Lackman) was on the UVa rowing team from 1975-77.


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