Fulcrum Camp Staff

Tina Murphy begins her first season at the helm of the Cavalier women's soccer program.

As a collegiate player, Murphy competed for The University of North Carolina Tarheels. During her time with the Tar Heels, the team won 4 National Championships, and 5 ACC Championships. She was also named to the ACC honor roll and dean's list.

Post-college, Murphy played professionally for the Brazilian 1st Division teams, Santos Futebol Clube, and Ferroviária Futebol Clube; and also in England for the 1st Division Bristol Academy Football Club. When not playing soccer abroad, Murphy competed for the Charlotte Lady Eagles of the W-League from 2001-2008. She was named Charlotte's captain in her first year with the club and retained the role until retirement. Twice Murphy was named All W-League and she is the Eagles' all-time leading goal scorer and points leader.

"I'm thrilled to welcome someone of Coach Murphy's caliber to our Cavalier family," said Montreat athletic director Jose Larios. "Tina brings with her a remarkable playing history and coaching experiences at the highest level. Her leadership qualities, life experiences, pursuit of championship-caliber soccer, enveloped by her heart for our Christ-centered mission made Coach Murphy stand out above our other candidates.”

Murphy holds a United States Soccer Federation (USSF) National "C" Coaching License as well as a USSF Goalkeeper Certificate. 

Prior to Montreat, Murphy was a Head coach in the Brazilian professional league; an Assistant Coach at Division 1, Liberty University 2011-2013; and a Head coach at NCFC Youth.

Eggert has most recently been the Assistant Coach at Division 1, Liberty University, from 2015-2018.

Prior to coaching at Liberty, Eggert was the assistant coach of the Haitian Women's National Team for three years.

Eggert holds a USSF B license and a NSCAA Premier Diploma.

Post-college, Eggert played professionally in Norway in 2010 and 2011. She competed on the 2010 Donn Toppfotball team in Norway's Toppserien (the highest level of women's soccer in Norway). The following year, Eggert joined Amazon Grimstad FK and helped the team achieve its best Toppserien finish in club history.

As a collegiate player, Eggert attended Wheaton College, as a goalkeeper. She was a 3X  Division III National Champion; 3X Conference Champion; and twice named to the Division III Women's Soccer Championship all-tournament team.