Saints Announce Change in Leadership of Program
Siena Boasts School Record 147 Honorees
Hurley Named All-American Honorable Mention; Curry Scholar All-American
Saints Fall 9-8, End Season With 11-6 Mark
Siena Lacrosse Beats Marist to Win Third MAAC Championship
Men's Lacrosse NCAA Play-In-Game (5/7/14)
Men's Lacrosse MAAC Semifinals (5/1/14)
Men's Lacrosse MAAC Championship (5/3/14)
Men's Lacrosse at Manhattan (4/26/14)
Men's Lacrosse at UAlbany (4/22/14)
2013: MAAC All-Academic Team selection...Appeared in all 17 games on the Saints' first midfield unit...Tallied 26 points (22 goals) and tied for the team lead with two game-winning goals...Scored a career-high four goals against Hartford (3/8)...Tallied four points and scored the game-winning goal vs. Binghamton (2/23)...Notched the game-winner vs. Detroit (4/13)...Posted seven multi-goal games.
2012: MAAC All-Academic Team selection...Missed the season due to injury.
2011: Played in 17 games, making 14 starts at midfield...Scored 10 goals and added seven assists for 17 points...Picked up 20 groundballs...Scored a goal in the NCAA Tournament at No. 1 Syracuse (5/15)...Scored a goal in his final four games and six of the last seven...Tallied a career-high four points in win vs. VMI (4/30).
2010: Played in all 17 games as a freshman, starting seven...Had 15 points on 11 goals and four assists...Scored two goals in wins over VMI (4/17) and Manhattan (5/1)...Had 14 ground balls and caused one turnover.
BEFORE SIENA: Played four years of lacrosse at Bishop Guertin and one at Kimball Union Academy...Played three years of ice hockey at Bishop Guertin and one at Kimball Union Academy...Two-time Lacrosse State Champion (2005 and 2008)...Two-time hockey State Champion (2007 and 2008)...Lakes Region Champion for hockey and lacrosse in 2009.
PERSONAL: Born April 30, 1990...The son of Paul Curry and Mary Bermel...Has a younger sister Madison...Chose Siena because of its location, atmosphere and the academic and athletic possibilities.
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