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Basketball and coaching is what I have always had a passion for. Basketball has given me so much over the years: the opportunity to compete, travel the globe and make lifelong friends. Having the opportunity to be a part of a team and working hard toward a common goal is what makes it fun! The Murray File Birthdate.............................................................. February 22, 1980 Place......................................................Greensboro, North Carolina Hometown.............................................Greensboro, North Carolina High School............................................. Ragsdale, Jamestown, N.C. College........................................................ Appalachian State, 2003 Degree............................................................. B.S. Sports Psycology College.................................................................Chattanooga, 2006 Degree....................................................................... M.S. Education Parents..........................................................John and Susie Murray Siblings....................................................................... Tracy Mooring Hobbies/Interests.......................................... Playing golf and tennis

When Lady Mocs’ Head Coach Wes Moore was in need of an assistant coach, he didn’t have to look very far. Mike Murray moved from the men’s staff to the women’s after spending two seasons with the Mocs’ program and is now entering his seventh season on Moore’s staff. The Lady Mocs have gone 129-55 over that time and have won four regular season titles, three SoCon league titles and advanced to the postseason five times including three NCAA Playing Experience tournament appearances. 1994-98........................................................... Ragsdale High School He joined the Mocs’ staff back in 2004 as a student assistant Coaching Resume coach under former UTC Head Coach Jeff Lebo and became the 2003-04.........................................Milligan College, Assistant Coach Director of Basketball Operations the following year under first2004-05..............................................UTC Mocs Graduate Assistant year Head Coach John Shulman. 2005-06.......................UTC Mocs Director of Basketball Operations In his time with the Mocs, the men posted a two-year 2006-present.......................................Chattanooga Assistant Coach record of 39-22 placing second in the SoCon North Division in 2004 and winning the North Division title in 2005. The Mocs went on to win the SoCon tournament title in 2005 and advanced to the NCAA Tournament where they faced second-seeded Wake Forest in the opening round of the New Mexico Regional. Murray is a 2003 graduate of Appalachian State University of the Murray on coaching Southern Conference where he worked for the Lady Mocs head coach Houston Fancher as the men’s basketball manager for three years. It’s an honor to be a part of Upon graduation from the Boone, N.C., such a tremendous program. school, he went to Milligan College where Working with Coach Moore and he served as an assistant coach under Tony our outstanding young ladies on Wallingford in the 2003-04 season. a day-to-day basis is a privilege. His responsibilities with the Lady Mocs I have been fortunate to work include film exchange and coordination of and learn from some outstanding team travel. On the court, Murray works head coaches and Coach Moore is extensively with the “post posse” including no exception. His love, dedication Alex Anderson and Shanara Hollinquest and knowledge of the game are who have won four straight SoCon Player what has brought him so much of the Year titles and each has earned the success over his career and here league tournament’s MVP honor. at Chattanooga. Mike completed work on his Masters in Education in May, 2006 from UTC.

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MIKE MURRAY

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