| Biography - Graham Munro / Men's Soccer|
As a Junior (2004): Named the America East Conference
Defender of the Year for the second season in a row ... also
was a repeat first-team NSCAA All-New York Region pick ... named
first-team America East All-Conference for the third straight
season ... tied his career-high in goals (four), assists (two)
and total points (10) ... had the game-winning goals against
Philadelphia on Sept. 11 and in the America East Conference semifinals
against Albany on Nov. 10 ... named to the all-tournament teams
at the Buffalo Fall Classic (Sept. 4-6) and the Philadelphia
Soccer Classic (Sept. 11-12) ... concluded his season with a
selection to the America East Conference All-Tournament squad.
As a Sophomore (2003): Named first-team all-conference for the second year in a row as well as the America East Conference Defender of the Year ... earned first-team All-New York Region honors ... tied for fourth on the team with four goals, including three on penalty kicks ... named to the America East Conference All-Tournament team ... scored the winning goal on a penalty kick against Hartford in the America East Conference semifinals ... scored a goal and had an assist against Stony Brook on Oct. 22 ... tied for second on the team with two game-winning goals.
As a Freshman (2002): Named first-team all-conference ... was the only freshman in the America East Conference named to the first team ... led Binghamton with four goals and eight points ... scored a career-high two goals against Stony Brook on Oct. 23 ... also scored goals against Siena on Sept. 17 and against Niagara on Oct. 3.
Before Binghamton: A starter on the North of Scotland Regional Boys Team ... competed in the prestigious Highland League, which is the most competitive amateur league in Scotland.
Personal: Born June 12, 1981 ... parents are Mandi and Alan Munro ... majoring in English.