A 2011 inductee of the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame, Murray played for the U.S. National Team and when he retired, he was the USA’s all-time leading scorer. A member of the 1988 U.S Olympic team, he won the Hermann Trophy as the top men’s soccer player in the country in 1987. Murray led Clemson to two NCAA Championships (1984 & 1987). A two-time All-American, he recorded the winning goal in three NCAA Tournament games (in ‘87 on the way to the National Championship). He was named first team All-ACC in 1985 and 1987, and was the first Clemson player in history in the 40-40 club (40 goals and 40 assists in a career). Murray ranks in school history in total points (142), total goals (48), and career assists (46). In his 84 games, Murray had either a goal or an assist in 56. He is a member of the ACC’s “50-Year Anniversary Team” and was named one of the top 50 male athletes in ACC history in 2003, the 50th year of the ACC.