|High School:||Pinkerton Academy|
2010: Served as team captain alongside Carole Lee...appeared in 12 games, starting in all but four of her appearances...scored 18 goals and 13 assists...scored two goals in her first three games of the season...had a five point game (2-3=5) against American International (3/15)...scored five goals and three assists against Converse (3/25)...scored the game-winning goal against Converse (3/25) in which her team set the school record for goals in a game (24)...recorded three goals and three assists in a victory against against Franklin Pierce (4/8)...concludes her SNHU career in third place on the top-10 career goals scored list with 141 and fifth on the top-10 career assists list with 56.
2009: Served as team tri-captain…played in all 18 games and was in the starting lineup 16 times…finished third on the team in scoring with 35 goals and 18 assists for 53 points…scored at least one goal in all but two games…recorded three goals and an assist in the season opener against Philadelphia (3/7)…totaled three goals and two assists against Bates (3/10)…finished with three goals and an assist in a win over Molloy (3/15)...scored 100th career goal in a win over nationally-ranked Dowling (3/27)…totaled season-high eight points (five goals, three assists) in a win over Merrimack (4/1)…added two goals and four assists in a 21-11 win at Southern Connecticut (4/4)…totaled a goal and two assists in a setback to Bentley (4/15)…had a goal and two assists in the regular season finale at Saint Michael’s (4/21)…had two goals in SNHU’s NE-10 semifinal win over Stonehill (5/2)…followed that up with three goals in the NE-10 championship game against New Haven (5/3)…named to the NE-10 All-Tournament Team.
2008: Suffered in injury in the preseason and forced to redshirt.
2007: Played in all 14 games, starting all but one...ranked second on the squad in scoring with team-high 42 goals and 15 assists for 57 points...scored in all 14 games and had multiple goals on 12 occasions...scored three times in a win over Franklin Pierce (3/27)...also had six ground balls in the win over the Ravens...posted season-high five goals, including the game-winner, in a 10-9 win over Belmont Abbey (3/31)...totaled four goals and an assist in a win over Saint Thomas Aquinas (4/14)...had four goals in a win over AIC (4/18), then followed up with four goals and an assist in a win over Saint Anselm the following day (4/19)...notched three goals and three assists in a win over Bryant (4/21)...finished with season-high seven points on five goals and two assists in a win at Southern Connecticut (4/28)...tallied three goals and three assists in SNHU's NE-10 semifinal loss to Bentley (5/5).
2006: Started all 13 games as a freshman and led SNHU in scoring with 46 goals and 10 assists...scored in 12 of 13 contests and had multiple goals 11 times...had five goals and an assist in her collegiate debut, a win over Assumption (3/28)...scored four times in a 12-11 win over Saint Thomas Aquinas (4/2)...had career-best six goals and added an assist in a win over AIC (4/6)...followed that up with five goals and an assist in a win over Franklin Pierce (4/8)...finished with three goals and an assist in a win over Saint Anselm (4/17)...totaled five goals and three assists in a win over Southern Connecticut (4/29)...matched career-high with six goals and an assist in a 12-11 win over Bentley in the NE-10 Tournament (5/3).
High School/Personal: 2005 graduate of Pinkerton Academy where she lettered in lacrosse, soccer, basketball and indoor track...played lacrosse for father Bryon Murphy...scored a school-record 229 goals over her career...three-year captain in lacrosse...four-time New Hampshire All-State selection..two-time high school All-American...led the Astros to a state title as a junior and a berth in the state title game as a senior...also a team captain in soccer...National Honor Society member...daughter of Bryon and Nicole Murphy...father played lacrosse at Plymouth State...sister Celine played lacrosse at the University of New Hampshire...Child Development major.