Former Harvard Assistant Coach Bruce Murray to be Inducted into National Soccer Hall of Fame

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Former Harvard assistant coach Bruce Murray, who was a member of the Crimson staff for two seasons from 2004-06, will be inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

Joining Murray in the induction class are Eddie Pope, Cobi Jones, Earnie Stewart and Bob Gansler. Murray, the former leading scorer of the U.S. national team, competed in the 1990 World Cup, scoring a goal and assisting on another tally. An All-American forward at Clemson, Murray won the 1987 Hermann Trophy as national player of the year and played professionally with the Washington Stars, Luzern, Maryland Bays, Milwall and Atlanta Ruckus, among others.

The induction ceremony, which will be played at Showcase Live at Patriot Place (adjacent to Gillette Stadium) June 4, is the same day the U.S. men’s national team will take on No. 1 Spain. The ceremony will begin at noon and will be followed by a reception before the U.S. takes on Spain at 4:30 p.m.
Below are the initial details for the Induction Ceremony. More details will be provided as they become available.
A limited amount of additional tickets are available for purchase to the Induction and Reception. Additional match tickets may also be purchased through U.S. Soccer. Please indicate with your RSVP whether you would like to purchase additional Induction/Reception and game tickets. The cost of a game ticket will be $135, the cost of the Induction/Reception ticket will be between $30-50.
Please RSVP to Amy Hopfinger to confirm your attendance at the Ceremony and reserve your tickets:
By Email:                    
By Telephone:                  312-528-1282
By Fax:                                  312-808-9295
By Mail:                                U.S. Soccer Federation
1801 S. Prairie Ave.
Attn: Hall of Fame
Chicago, IL 60616
RSVPs must be received by May 23.