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  Maggie Murnane

Maggie  Murnane

Player Profile


Libertyville, Ill.

Last College:
University of Dayton




Ohio Downs Niagara, 2-1

Bobcats collect their second-consecutive victory


Spring Season Key for Ohio Soccer's Development

Head coach Aaron Rodgers, Maggie Murnane, and Holly Harris speak with OhioBobcats.com


Rogers and Murnane Earn Academic All-MAC Honors

Beard, Hausfeld, Howard, Rock, Schwenke, and Varney earn `Honorable Mention' status


Bobcats Drop MAC Quarterfinal Match at Miami, 1-0

Mattie Liston reaches two program records in defeat


Bobcats to Embark on MAC West Road Trip

Ohio plays at Eastern Michigan and Western Michigan in important conference matches

Career: Started all 39 of the games she played in for Ohio after transferring from Dayton, totaling 2,582 minutes ... Accounted for 14 points, including five goals and four assists ... Tallied 59 shots, 29 of which were on goal ... Responsible for two game-winning goals ... Two-time Academic All-Mid-American Conference selection.

2013: Earned Academic All-MAC and Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association's Academic All-Ohio NCAA Division I Third Team honors ... Started all 20 of Ohio's games, marking the second straight year she started every game for the Bobcats ... Scored three goals, tying for third on the team ... Handed out two assists, ranking fifth on the team ... Accounted for eight points, tying for fourth on the team ... Posted 28 shots, tying for fourth on the team ... Her 17 shots on goal ranked second on the team ... Assisted Sasha Haverchak on a goal in a 1-1 tie with Wright State (Aug. 25) while tallying a season-high five shots -- including a season-high four on goal ... Scored her first goal of the season in a 5-1 triumph at Eastern Kentucky (Sept. 1) ... Made it two contests in a row with a goal when she scored in a 2-1 win at Niagara (Sept. 6) ... Found the back of the net for a third straight game with the game-winning goal in a 3-1 victory over Morehead State (Sept. 8) ... Assisted on Holly Harris' goal in a 2-2 draw at Akron (Oct. 11).

2012: Garnered Academic All-MAC recognition ... Started all 19 games, totaling 1,251 minutes ... Scored two goals to tie for third on the team and registered two assists, totaling six points to rank third on the team ... Recorded 31 shots to rank second on the team -- 12 of which were on target, which also ranked second on the team ... Scored the first goal of her Bobcat career at Indiana (Aug. 19) ...Scored the game-winning goal in Ohio's 1-0 victory over Youngstown State (Sept. 14) ... Assisted on Erin Schwenke's game-winning goal in a 1-0 triumph over Bowling Green (Sept. 21) ... Handed out an assist on Veronica Rock's goal at Eastern Michigan (Oct. 12).

Prior to Ohio: Spent first two collegiate seasons competing at Dayton ... Saw action in six games as a sophomore at Dayton ... As a freshman at Dayton, named to the Preseason Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team ... Saw time in 12 games for the Flyers, accumulating 225 minutes ... Dished her first collegiate assist in a 5-0 win over UMass (Oct. 10, 2010) ...Played year round for her club team, Eclipse Select North 91-92 ... Led Eclipse to the Illinois State Championship in 2006, '08 and '09 ... Was a regional finalist in 2006 and regional champion in '08 and '09 ... Led Eclipse to the National Finals in 2008 and a National Championship in '09 ... Also crowned Disney Champions in 2006 and '09 ... Was an Honor Roll Student, member of the National Honor Society and named a State Scholar at Libertyville High School.

Personal: Daughter of Mike and Cindy Murnane ... Has three older brothers, Mike, Sean, who played football for Central Michigan and Conor who played football at Eastern Illinois ... Born Aug. 8, 1991 ... Graduated from Ohio University in spring of 2014 with a bachelor's degree in Exercise Physiology.