Kenny Murphy will be entering his eighth season this fall as the head coach of the Camel’s men’s soccer program. Murphy has compiled an overall record of 52-41-14 (.551) and has led the Camels to the NESCAC playoffs in six of his seven years including trips to the NESCAC semi-finals in 2014 and 2015. Murphy has developed several All Region players as well as two All-Americans. All seven of Murphy’s teams have earned the NSCAA Team Academic Award.
Murphy’s name is well known in the Nutmeg State. A 1982 graduate of the University of Connecticut, Murphy contributed to three NCAA Tournament berths with the Huskies, serving as team captain his senior year. He was a three time all conference member and two time All-New England selection. Murphy closed out his collegiate career playing in the NSCAA Senior Bowl.
Murphy was drafted by both the Detroit Express, (NASL), and the Hartford Hellions, (MISL). Subsequently, he played for the Express and the Washington Diplomats before suffering a career ending injury. Murphy holds a USSF B license and an NSCAA Premier Diploma. Murphy has been inducted in to the UConn Fairfield County Hall of Fame and the Connecticut Soccer Hall of Fame.
Before returning to soccer, Murphy worked for 20 years in the private sector, spending 16 years on Wall Street as a commodity broker.
Murphy and his wife Pam have two daughters, Kahley and Erin.