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#26 Maddy Murphy

Class Sr.
Hometown Riana, Tasmania
High School Elizabeth College
Previous School Elizabeth College
Maddy Murphy - Field Hockey - University of Iowa Athletics

Hawk Item – Four-time NFHCA All-American… is the second player in school history to be a four-time All-American, along with Kristy Gleason… five-time All-Big Ten selection and five-time NFHCA All-West Region honoree… 12th player all-time to be a Honda Sports Award finalist… started all 98 games of her Hawkeye career (missing just one career game), scoring 51 goals and tallying 37 assists for 139 career points… ranked 10th in school history in career goals.

2021 Honors – NFHCA Second-Team All-American… Honda Sports Award finalist (first Hawkeye since 2008)… NFHCA first-team All-West Region honoree… NFHCA Senior Team selection… first-team All-Big Ten selection… three-time Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Aug. 30, Oct. 4, Oct. 18… two-time NFHCA National Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 1, Oct. 6)… named to Big Ten Preseason Watch List… Academic All-Big Ten honoree… named to the Dean’s List during the fall semester. 2021 – Started all 20 games, logging 948 minutes… scored seven goals and had a team-high 13 assists for 27 points… attempted 47 shots with 36 being on goal… led the Big Ten and tied for second nationally with 13 assists… scored twice and had two assists in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge in wins over Wake Forest and No. 1 North Carolina (8/29)… found the goal in consecutive road wins over Rutgers and Maryland – scoring the game-winner in College Park… had seven assists in a six-game stretch, including two in the NCAA Tournament victory over American (11/12).

2020 Honors — NFHCA second-team All-American, making her the eighth Hawkeye in program history to earn three NFHCA All-America honors… NFHCA first-team All-West Region honoree… second-team All-Big Ten selection… NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad… Academic All-Big Ten selection… Big Ten Distinguished Scholar… Dean’s List honoree. 2020 — Played in 17 games, leading the team in goals (8), points (18), and shots (38).

2019 Honors — NFHCA second-team All-American… NFHCA first team All-West Regional honoree… first-team All-Big Ten selection. 2019 — Started all 22 games… led the team in goals (12), assists (13), points (37), all of which were career highs… 12 goals tied for third most in the conference and 37 points tied for second most in the Big Ten… recorded her second career hat trick against Indiana (10/18) and scored two assists in four separate games… scored the Big Ten Tournament Championship’s lone goal in overtime to secure the title.

2018 Honors — NFHCA second-team All-American… NFHCA first-team All-West Regional honoree… first-team All-Big Ten selection… Academic All-Big Ten selection. 2018 — Started all 21 games… led the team in goals (13), points (33), and game-winning goals (4), all of which were new career highs… 13 goals tied for fourth most in the conference, 33 points tied for fifth most in the Big Ten, and four game-winning goals tied for the third most… recorded her first career hat trick over No. 6 Penn State (10/12) to earn Big Ten Co-Offensive Player of the Week honors… posted two stretches where she scored a goal in three straight games.

2017 Honors — NFHCA second-team All-West Regional selection… second-team All-Big Ten honoree… named to NFHCA Division I National Academic Squad. 2017 — Started all 18 games… second on the team with 11 goals and 25 points… recorded a six-point game against New Hampshire (9/10) with two goals and two assists… scored two goals against Northwestern (10/13)… made her Hawkeye debut in first game of the season against No. 15 Wake Forest (8/26)… tallied a team-high three game-winning goals this season.

High School — Represented Tasmania at the U18 and U21 level… named team captain at the U18 level… voted Tasmanian MVP in 2016… represented the Old Hobartians Hockey Club (OHA) in the Southern Hockey Premier League where she was named MVP and the Club’s Best U21 Player from 2013-15… named junior captain and was the highest goal scorer in 2016… represented Australia in both indoor and outdoor competitions… was part of the Australia U21 team (Jillaroos) and National Futures Elite program… represented Australia at the indoor senior international level and was recognized as the player of the tournament at the national championships at both U18 and U21 level.