Greenville standout commits to Husson women’s soccer program

Pete Warner | BDN
Pete Warner | BDN
Greenville's Tiegan Murray brings the ball up against defensive pressure from Southern Aroostook's Madison Shields during the Class D basketball state championship game in February. The senior plans to play soccer at Husson University in Bangor starting in the fall.
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Tiegan Murray is a three-sport athlete at Greenville, where she also has played basketball and softball each of her years at the school.
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Tiegan Murray of Greenville High School has become the first player to commit to Husson University and head coach Amanda Cummings for the 2020 women’s soccer season.

Murray is a three-sport athlete at Greenville, where she also has played basketball and softball each of her years at the school.

As a senior, she captained the Lakers’ soccer and basketball teams. She helped Greenville capture the Class D basketball state championship this season.

In 2018, Murray was a member of Greenville’s Class D state champion softball team, a squad that won another South title and finished as the state runner-up last spring.

 


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