10   McKinley Curro
McKinley Curro

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Amherst, N.H.

High School:
Souhegan

Height:
5-4

Position:
A


05/15/2013

Etrasco Named IWLCA All-American

The senior earned a spot on the second team


Curro Radio Interviews:
BU All-Access Radio Show Interview - April 9, 2009

AS A SENIOR IN 2010

Will serve as a team captain in 2010.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2009

Started all 19 games for the Terriers ... Named to IWLCA Division I All-America Third Team, as well as the Northeast All-Region First Team and America East All-Conference First Team ... Tallied a career high 71 points on the season with 40 goals and 31 assists ... Her 31 assists rank sixth all time at BU for helpers in a season ... Had eight multi-assist games, twelve multi-goal games and tallied a season-high eight points against Harvard on March 21 with five goals and three assists ... Scored four goals in games against George Mason, Albany and Boston College.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2008

Played in 20 games, making 19 starts... Registered 40 points on 26 goals, ranking fifth on the team in goals scored... With 14 assists on the season, enters 2009 ranked 11th all-time at BU with 35 assists... Tallied nine multi-goal games, including three games with three goals... Compiled three goals and an assist against Vanderbilt on March 12 and at UMBC on April 19... Also scored three goals against Boston College on March 26... Racked up four points on four occasions, including the America East semifinal match-up against Albany on April 25... Collected 10 ground balls, gathering two against both Albany on March 22 and New Hampshire on April 12.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2007

Named to the America East All-Rookie Team ... Appeared in all 19 contests, making 18 starts ... Tallied 41 points, ranking second on the team in assists (21) and scoring 20 goals ... Ranked eighth in America East in assists per game with 1.11 ... Scored her first career goal and assist in a two-goal, two-assist effort vs. Hofstra on March 3 ... Scored a career-high three goals twice with three goals and one assist at Vermont on April 18 and three goals and two assists vs. Albany on May 6 ... Recorded two goals and one assist vs. BC on March 28 and again vs. Stanford on April 29 ... Notched a goal and an assist in NCAA First Round game vs. Penn ... Tallied a goal and two assists vs. Binghamton on April 14 ... Had two assists vs. Northwestern on March 25 ... Recorded four caused turnovers with two each vs. BC and UMBC ... Controlled 15 draws, including four vs. Hofstra and three vs. UMBC ... Had five ground balls.

BEFORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Four-year starter at Souhegan High School, earning all-state honors each season ... Served as captain for both lacrosse and field hockey and was named New Hampshire Telegraph Player of the Year for both sports ... Also lettered in swimming, cheerleading and indoor track ... Among Varsity Magazine's Top 10 athletes for the New Hampshire and Vermont areas and was the first female placed in the Sports Hall of Fame ... Played on the Upper New England Team I for four years at the national tournament and also played on the Granite State Elite team.

PERSONAL

Daughter of Joseph and Jean Curro of Somerville, Mass., and Rick and Laurie Holder of Amherst, N.H. ... Her mother was a four-sport athlete at Tufts, while her brother, Chris, was a member of the U.S. U-19 rugby team ... Her cousin, Jason Holder, was a former NCAA qualifier in wrestling at BU ... Enrolled in College of Communication.

STATISTICS
Year GP-GS G A Pts Sh Pct. CT T GB DC Fouls
2007 19-18 20 21 41 50 .400 4 28 5 15 10
2008 20-19 26 14 40 69 .377 4 22 10 6 16
2009 19-19 40 31 71 102 .392 4 33 6 6 12
Tot. 58-56 86 66 152 221 .389 12 83 21 27 38

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