WORCESTER, Mass. – The College of the Holy Cross has named Tim Murray an assistant men's soccer coach, as announced by head men's soccer coach Marco Koolman and director of athletics Nathan Pine. Murray will serve as the team's goalkeepers coach.
"I am pleased to have Tim Murray as part of our coaching staff," said Koolman. "Tim brings great experience to the program as he has played both collegiately and professionally. He is a great teacher of the game specifically as a goalkeeper coach."
Murray, who is a 2009 graduate of Providence, was a member of the New England Revolution from 2010-2012 and played for the Carolina Railhawks of the NASL. He has three years of collegiate assistant coaching experience as he spent the 2012 season with Providence, while he coached at Brandeis for the 2010 and 2011 seasons.
Murray holds the Providence record for most career shutouts with 27. He played in 60 career games. He helped the Friars post a 9-7-3 mark in 2008 as he recorded a 0.86 goals against average and notched a career-high 10 shutouts. Murray finished with nine shutouts and posted a 0.90 goals against average in 2009 as Providence reached the BIG EAST semifinals for the second time in four years. Murray also helped the Friars reach the NCAA Tournament in 2006 and 2007. He was a team captain and received the 2008-2009 Big East/Aeropostale Scholar Athlete Award. Murray earned a bachelor's degree from Providence in accounting.