Stony Brook student-athletes recognized for achievements
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2015: First team All-America East ... scored twice and had one assist vs. USC (2/21) ... tallied a game-high three goals vs. Drexel (2/28) ... netted a hat trick vs. Villanova (3/7) ... scored one goal vs. Notre Dame (3/10) ... tallied six goals and one assist at Jacksonville (3/15) ... netted a hat trick and one caused turnover at Florida (3/17) ... three goals at New Hampshire (3/21) ... team-high six goals and seven points vs. Rutgers (3/24) ... tallied five goals, one assist and one ground ball vs. Oregon (3/28) ... posted two goals, three ground balls and one caused turnover vs. Binghamton (4/1) ... scored three goals and a draw control vs. Albany (4/4) ... became the eighth player in program history to score 100 career goals with two goals at Johns Hopkins (4/7) ... totaled four goals, one assist, one draw control and one caused turnover at Vermont (4/11) ... tallied three goals, one assist, three draw controls, one ground ball and one caused turnover vs. Northwestern (4/12) ... America East Offensive Player of the Week (4/13) ... scored four goals at UMBC (4/17) and at Hofstra (4/21) ... totaled six goals vs. UMass Lowell (4/25) ... recorded seven goals and an assist vs. UMBC (5/1) ... scored three goals vs. Albany (5/3).
High School: Multi-sport star at William Floyd High School ... earned four letters in lacrosse and basketball, two in soccer, one in cross country and one in field hockey ... two-time Under Armour All-American in lacrosse ... named all-county in lacrosse in each of her four seasons ... tabbed first team All-Long Island in lacrosse ... named all-county in basketball twice and all-league in field hockey.
Personal: Majoring in business management ... daughter of Steve and Lisa Murphy ... sister of Steve and Matt ... older brother, Steve, played lacrosse at Notre Dame and currently plays for the MLL's New York Lizards ... also enjoys playing basketball.