Three Leopards earned 4.00 grade-point averages during their fall semesters
Lafayette notches first winning season since 2011
Leopards solidify first winning season since 2011
Katie Holder's strike finishes off Leopards in 1-0 Army victory
Sheehan is golden in 3-2 victory over Monmouth
Lafayette Women's Soccer vs. American (10/10/15)
Women's Soccer vs. Bucknell
Photos of Lafayette's first training session of 2013
Lafayette 0, UMBC 0 2OT
Women's Soccer Class of 2016
2015: Played in 15 games with two starts coming against Bucknell (9/30) and at American (10/4)…two of her seven shots on the year were on goal.
2014: Made nine appearances for the Maroon and White
2013: Appeared in six games on defense.
2012: Played in 17 games drawing one start...tallied two assists on the season...made her collegiate debut at UMBC (8/17)...recorded her first career point with an assist at Manhattan (9/7)...made her first collegiate start at American (10/7)...Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
At Palos Verdes: Helped her club team, Real SoCal, to an ECNL National Championship finalist appearance in 2011 and a Premier League Championship...won a National Championship, a Far West Regional Championship and Surf Cup Championship with SoCal Blues...served as team captain of Palos Verdes as a senior, where she led her team to the CIF Semifinals, the Division I Bay League Championship and was selected All-Bay League...member of the National Honor Society, Principal's Honor Roll, and English Honor Society as well as being a CSF Gold Seal Bearer.
Personal: Daughter of Rick and Delise Murray...born on Aug. 10, 1994.
Why Lafayette? - I chose Lafayette because it's the perfect balance between challenging academics, and a very strong Division I soccer program. The soccer coaches are excellent, driven and fun at the same time. The campus is relatively small, so I know that I'll be able to build personal relationships with my professors. Although it's far from home, it's beautiful and magnetic; I felt at home the first minute I stepped on campus.