Suna Murray is a former Olympian, international, and national competitor. Her impressive career included two bronze medals at the U.S. Championships in 1971 and 1972, and a spot on the 1972 U.S. Olympic Team. After graduating from Harvard and working in the finance industry, Suna returned to the ice at The Skating Club of Boston and hasn’t left since. Over forty years later, Suna is still every bit as passionate as she was when she was a competitive athlete.
Outside of the Club, Suna tutors reading at the Neighborhood House Charter School in Dorchester and is a mother of two. Kylie, a 5-time national competitor, now works as the Product Director for Zearn Math and Hadley, a former varsity hockey player at University of Pennsylvania, is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
Bachelor of Arts, Harvard College
To develop well-rounded athletes that understand the importance of good sportsmanship, as well as the awareness of having an exit strategy when their competitive career is over.
Senior, Figures and Free Skating
Students’ Competitive Achievements:
National, International and World Team Competitors
Last 4 Years – Students’ Competitive Achievements:
U.S. Championships competitors each year, from Juvenile to Senior.
Singles, Moves in the Field, Choreography
1972 U.S. Olympic Team
1971 and 1972 U.S. World Team
1971 and 1972 U.S. Ladies Bronze Medalist
1971 North American Bronze Medalist
Champions on Ice
An Evening with Champions
Coaching Awards, Accomplishments & Seminars:
Skating Awards & Accomplishments:
Affiliation with U.S. Figure Skating, PSA, ISU:
Member of U.S. Figure Skating Singles Committee from 2012-2015
Chair of U.S. Figure Skating Coaches Committee from 2015-2018
Member of U.S. Figure Skating Judges Committee in 2016
National Technical Specialist in Singles
Member, U.S. Figure Skating