Becky Murray just completed her 16th season with Team Indiana and 26th season as a club volleyball coach. In 2019, Becky’s 12 and Under “Thundercats” had an outstanding national tournament finishing Top 20 in the prestigious Open Division at AAU Nationals. The girls’ hard work really payed off in Orlando! Year in and year out, the TCats have made electrifying runs at the National Championships.
The 2020 season started with excitement and potential for 12-1 and 12-2 teams, then the global pandemic cut the season short. Following the abbreviated Covid-19 season, Becky will be moving to the 13U Elite level to continue the development with these elite teams.
- 2019 Top 20 AAU National 12 Open Division
- 2018 19th Place AAU National 12 Open Division
- 2018 Top 10 ranked team in the country
- 2018 Midwest Power League Runner Up
- 2017 18th Place AAU National 12 Open Division
- 2016 10th Place AAU National 12 Open Division
- 2015 23rd Place AAU National 12 Open Division
- 2014 11th Place AAU National 12 Open Division
- 2013 23rd Place AAU Nationals12 Club Division
- 2012 3rd Place AAU Nationals12 Club Division, 2 Tournament All-Stars
- 2011 9th Place AAU Nationals12 Club Division
- 2010 5th Place AAU Nationals12 Club Division, 1 Tournament All-Star
- 2009 2nd Place AAU Nationals (one division), 2 Tournament All-Stars
- 2009 3rd Place JVA Nationals (one division)
- 2008 9th Place AAU Nationals (one division)
- 2008 9th Place JVA Nationals (one division)
- 2007 Hoosier Region Champions, National Division at USAV Nationals
- 2006 Hoosier Region Champions, National Division at USAV Nationals
- 2006 2nd Place Asics Jr Nationals (one division)
- 2005 10th Place USAV National Championship (one division)
Before accepting the position as 12-1 coach at Team Indiana, Becky coached 13-1 at Cajunland Volleyball Club in New Orleans, 15-1 at KJVA (now KIVA) in Louisville, and 13-1 and 12-1 at Circle City in Indianapolis. In these years, Becky led teams to 9th, 17th, 11th and two 13th place finishes at the USJOV Championships as well as a 5th place finish at AAU Nationals, and 1 time Tampa Bay Qualifier Championship.
Formerly, Becky was an assistant with the volleyball program at Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory High School where her husband, Brian Murray, was head coach. Under the Murrays, Brebeuf made 7 State Final Four appearances, 5 State Championship appearances and won 3 State Crowns.
Becky is a Central Compliance Monitor for Special Education in Indianapolis Public Schools. Formerly, Becky taught preschool for special education students, specialized is teaching students with learning and emotional disabilities. She was also part of the preschool special education evaluation team in IPS for 10 years. Becky and her husband, Brian, have a 15 year old son, Logan, who is a sophomore at LN.
Becky graduated from perennially nationally-ranked volleyball power Assumption High School in Louisville, Kentucky in 1991. She made All-State honors in 1988, 1989, and 1990 as an outside hitter. In the fall of 2007, Becky was inducted into the Assumption High School Hall of Fame and was the first volleyball player from Assumption ever to be honored with an induction.
Becky accepted a Division I scholarship to Tulane University in New Orleans where she played four years for the Green Wave. While at Tulane, Becky became the All-time career digs leader, the Metro Conference Student Athlete of the Year in 1994-1995, and the Doris K. Joffrion Award winner for outstanding leadership in academics and athletics in 1995. While at Tulane, Becky served on the Student-Athlete Advisory Board as well as the NCAA gender equity sub-committee from Tulane University. She was also part of CACTUS (Community Action Council of Tulane University Students) where she volunteered as a mentor at a local juvenile detention center. Becky was nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year in 1995 by Tulane University.