22 - Madi Murray
Madi Murray
Height: 5-6
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Medicine Hat, Alta.
High School: Edge School
Position: D
Major: Undeclared
S/C: R

Hockey Canada: Team Alberta Under-18 Top 46.

2011-12 (Freshman): First career point came on assist vs. Clarkson Jan. 13 ... Finished with one assist in 20 games.

Before Yale: Won Under-18 National Championship with Shattuck-St. Mary’s in 2008-09 … Was only 10th grader on Shattuck Under-18 team.

High School: Led team in plus/minus in 2010-11 … Earned most improved player award each of her last two years … Team was silver medalists in JWHL 2010-11.

Notes: One of three Edge School alums on the Yale roster, along with Jamie Gray and Jen Matichuk … Father, Paul, played hockey for University of Calgary and professionally in Germany … Mother, Kim, played basketball for Brandon (Manitoba) University … Younger sisters, Eden and Kelly, won gold at Canada Winter Games with Team Alberta Under-18 team in Feb. 2011 … Older sister, Logan, won Canadian National University Championship with McGill in 2010-11 … Uncle Andy Murray coached NHL’s L.A. Kings and St. Louis Blues and also three world championships for Team Canada … Cousin Sara Murray played for Yale head coach Joakim Flygh when Flygh was an assistant at Minnesota-Duluth … First cousin Megan Murray is married to Vancouver Canuck Mason Raymond … Grandmother Mildred Murray is a former Canadian curling champion.

Why Yale? “I chose Yale because of the atmosphere. I fell in love with Yale after the first five minutes of my unofficial tour. Yale provides the resources I need to be as successful as possible, and other schools didn't even come close to competing for No. 1.”

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