Ethan Murray left the Miller School as a two-time state champion and stat player of the year. After his freshman season at Duke, the former Maverick is an All-ACC performer.
Murray is one of only two Blue Devils to start all 60 games this season. The every day Duke shortstop ranks second on the team in batting average, hits, walks and on-base percentage. Murray leads the team with 45 runs scored this season. After batting .317 in the regular season, Murray hit .321 in ACC play to lead the Blue Devils.
His batting average was good for 20th in the conference and seventh among league freshmen.
Murray helped the Blue Devils to the seventh seed in this week's ACC Tournament. Duke starts tournament play Tuesday against No. 11 Notre Dame.