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Craig Murray is a co-founder of Total Package Basketball and serves as program director.


Besides running weekly training sessions, team practices, and individual workouts, Craig supervises all of the Total Package coaches, who also bring years of basketball experience and insight to the program. 


Craig Murray developed the Total Package Basketball concept and philosophy from personal experience as an All-State point guard at Garfield High School, that won the 1985-86 WIAA State Championship, while leading the University of Hawaii Warriors (NCAA Div. I) and the Idaho State University Bengals (NCAA Div. I), as Olympic College Men’s Assistant and Head Coach, and while working as a basketball trainer. 

After playing point guard at The University of Hawaii 1986-88 Craig moved on to finish his career at Idaho State University 1989-91. After graduating he became the head assistant coach at Olympic College from 1992-2000. His main responsibilities were recruiting, scouting and player development.  During those times is when Craig had the opportunity to hone his skills as a trainer.  Craig then transitioned into running his own youth fundamental skill developmental program called Total Package Basketball; in which he and his wife and partner Megan Murray have trained hundreds of boys and girls for the last twenty two years.  


Craig has helped players transition to the next level whether that be elementary, middle school, high school, and plenty to college at the Jr. College, four year Division 1,2, or 3 levels. Craig has trained Professionals whether NBA or overseas.  Steven Gray (Gonzaga University), Clarence Trent (University of Washington), Evan Atwater (George Fox), Mathias Ward (Montana University), and Sam Gagliardi {Florida Gulf Coast) are just a few former Total Package students  who have had the opportunity to be part of our Total Package family.


During this twenty four year journey Craig has many connections at the Collegiate level and has developed great relationships coaches such as the likes of Mark Few (Head Coach Gonzaga), Leon Rice (Head Boise State), Tommy lloyd  (Head Coach Arizona} and Travis Decuire (Head Coach Montana) just to name a few. Craig is truly respected and trusted with his player evaluations and ability to develop a player’s basketball skills and build character that translates to the next level.


Total Package’s motto of "You’re Only as Good as Your Last Performance" replicates itself in the everyday fundamental skill developmental approach in each and every session. Craig's love and commitment to helping a player establish and achieve their goals has been evident through the years. His teaching and mentorship is second to none.


Megan Murray is the co-founder of Total Package Basketball, head girls team coach and head girls skill development coach. She and her husband train any athlete at any level. They take pride and specialize in paying attention to the detail of the how and why. She is a very knowledgeable coach who will push each athlete to reach their full potential as a basketball player.


Megan has been involved with Total Package Basketball since 2000. She has coached and trained both boys and girls of all ages since 2002 after she finished her collegiate career at University of Alaska Anchorage. She helped develop and train girls on the Kitsap Peninsula from 2004-2014. Over the course of 10 years, she helped many of them pursue their dream of playing college basketball. At one point, she had 8 girls playing in college at one time, from the CC level to the Division I level.


From 2014-2019, Megan took on the head girls basketball position at Gig Harbor High School. She posted a 91-28 career record, along with two league titles, one district title and a 2018 AA State Championship. Two of her former players went on to play Division I basketball at University of Utah and University of Cal-Poly Pomona respectively. Megan was named coach of the year in the Class 3A South Sounds Conference in 2017 and was named 3A state coach of the year in 2018 by the Washington State Girls Basketball Association.


Megan was also the former Head Women’s Basketball Coach at Olympic College for two seasons in 2004-2006. Her first year as women’s head coach, she was named co-coach of the Northern Division and with just seven players, over the final month of play, took the Rangers (20-10) to their first NWAC Championships since 1997. In Coach Murray’s second season, the Rangers returned again to the NWAC’s and posted a 19-11 record on the season.


As a former Olympic College player in 1997-99, Megan was a two-year starter, captain and NWAC all-league both years. She went on to play at NCAA Division II basketball at University of Alaska-Anchorage in 1999-2001. Megan was a starter and also named to the Great Alaska Shootout All-Tournament Team.


Megan Murray’s playing days started back in Grandview Washington. She was a 4 year varsity starter for Grandview High School.  Megan’s team made it to play-offs her senior season and ended her career with a game high of 35 points and breaking 5 school records in one game.


Coach Megan and her husband, Craig, have 3 children and 2 grandchildren. Mattison  lives in Idaho and Marcus  and Kinsey  reside with them in Arizona. Marcus and Kinsey are both very involved with basketball and part of the Total Package Program.

Outside of hoops, Megan loves to spend time with family and exploring new places/cities. She also has a love for projects and fixing things!

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