Men's Soccer Adds Justin Kahle and Tim Murray To Its Staff

    Aug. 1, 2012

    Providence College first year men’s soccer Head Coach Craig Stewart announced today that Justin Kahle ‘10 and Tim Murray ‘10 will join the Friar staff.

    Kahle is beginning his third season as the Director of Soccer Operations. Among his many duties, Kahle will oversee scheduling, assist with travel arrangements, equipment and community relations.

    Kahle was a four-year starting defender at Providence and led the Friars to two NCAA Tournament appearances (2006 and 2007). He played in every minute of every game. In all, he played in 78 consecutive games.

    Murray, who currently plays for the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer, is entering his first season as an assistant coach. Prior to PC, Murray served a two-year stint as an assistant coach at Brandeis University.

    Murray, who holds the Providence record for most career shutouts (27), played in 60 career games, including 19 in each of his last three seasons. In 2008, he posted a 0.86 goals against average and notched a career-high 10 shutouts. In 2009, Murray finished with nine shutouts and posted a 0.90 goals against average as PC reached the BIG EAST semifinals. Murray also helped the Friars reach the NCAA Tournament in 2007 and 2006.