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17 Dane Murphy
Dane  Murphy


Redding, Conn.

High School:
Choate Rosemary Hall

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 180



IN 2005: Started 13 of 14 games for the Cavaliers after recovering from an injury ... played 958 minutes in the center of the midfield for UVa ... scored five points including two goals and one assist ... scored first two career goals in the second round NCAA Tournament win over USF ... lone assist of the season came in the 2-1 win at #17 Wake Forest ... took 13 shots in 14 games.

IN 2004: Appeared in six games for the Cavaliers ... made his first collegiate appearance and took his first collegiate shot in UVa's 3-0 victory over Marshall (9/3) in the Virginia Soccer Classic in the Cavaliers' season-opener ... took two shots on the season, one in Virginia's 3-0 victory over Marshall (9/3) and another in UVa's 4-1 win over Manhattan (9/21) ... also appeared in Virginia's wins over UMBC (3-1 on 9/29), Liberty (3-0 on 10/6), Saint Francis (3-1 on 10/12) and Longwood (1-0 on 10/20) ... lettered.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered three times as a central midfielder in soccer for coach John Ford at Choate Rosemary Hall ... selected as a Parade All-American and was named to Soccer America's "Players to Watch" list ... named a First-Team All-State, All-Region and All-Founders League choice ... member of the United States Under-20 National Pool and the United States Under-18 National Teams ... played on the Founders League and New England championship squads ... member of the Regional Team from 1999-2004 ... also lettered in basketball at Choate Rosemary Hall ... named to the Dean's List in 2000-01.

PERSONAL: Son of Bill and Colleen Murphy ... born March 15, 1986 in Danbury, Conn. ... enjoys playing basketball ... has one sister, Daryn and one brother, Will ... chose Virginia for its excellent academics and athletics ... also recruited by Wake Forest, North Carolina and Notre Dame.

Murphy by the Numbers

Year GP/GS Min. Sh G A GWG/GWA Pts
2004 6/0 95 2 0 0 0/0 0
2005 14/13 958 13 2 1 0/0 5
Career 20/13 1,053 15 2 1 0/0 5


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