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Brynn Murphy played volleyball at UCLA from 2001-2004. In her first year in Westwood, she was recognized on the All-Pac-10 Freshman Team. Brynn earned All-Pac-10 first team honors in 2003 after leading her team in kills, total attacks, hitting percentage, and serving aces. Brynn was named Pac-10-Player of the Week on Oct.6, 2003. Brynn also received honorable mention all-conference accolades as a senior in 2004, after leading the Bruins in kills. She currently ranks 18th in UCLA history in kills and 10th in block assists. After her playing days in Westwood, Murphy joined the UCLA coaching staff in 2005 as an undergraduate assistant. She then moved on to Gonzaga University, where she was a volunteer coach in '07 and '08 before earning full-time assistant status in 2009. Her grandfather, George was a quarterback on the USC football team and went on to play professionally for the Los Angeles Don's. He later became NFL referee, serving as the head linesman for Super Bowl III. Her father George also played football for USC. Murphy earned her bachelor of arts degree in history from UCLA in 2005 and achieved her master's in sports and athletic administration from Gonzaga in 2010. Brynn enjoys practicing yoga, running, and traveling in her free time. Brynn currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.