Former Friar Goalkeeper Tim Murray Re-Signs With The New England Revolution

    Tim Murray

    Tim Murray

    March 3, 2011

    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -

    Former Providence College goalkeeper Timothy Murray (Haverhill, Mass.) re-signed with the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer (MLS) on March 2.

    Murray, who signed with the Revolution as a free agent on April 29, 2010, served as the back-up goalkeeper with the team last season. Murray holds the Providence record for most career shutouts (27). He played in 60 career games, including 19 in each of his last three seasons. In 2008, he helped the Friars to a 9-7-3 mark as he posted a 0.86 goals against average and a career-high 10 shutouts. In his final season in 2009, he notched nine shutouts and a 0.90 goals against average as Providence reached the BIG EAST semifinals for the second time in four years. Murray also helped the Friars reach the NCAA Tournament in 2007 and 2006.

    The Revolution, who are in the midst of an 11-day training trip in the Atlanta area, will begin the regular season on the road when it faces the Los Angeles Galaxy on Sunday, March 20.