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BurgandyMcCurty #19


Senior • 5-9 •Midfield/Defense Port Washington, N.Y./ Schreiber Major: Accounting


GENERAL: Second year playing lacrosse at Siena…Four-year standout on the volleyball team …Three-time NCAA Tournament participant…Three-time MAAC Offensive Player of the Year (2007, 08, 09)…Four-time All- MAAC First Team selection…


MAAC Rookie of the Year (2006)…Siena College Female Rookie of the Year (2006)…Siena College Female Student Athlete of the Year (2008)…Two-time MAAC All-Tourna- ment Team selection (2007, 08)…MAAC Tournament MVP (2008)…MAAC All-Academic Team selection (2009)… Second in NCAA with kills/set this season (5.37) and third in points/set (5.95)…MAAC’s all-time kills leader (1,945).


2010: Played in 12 games, starting six…Had eight ground balls and caused two turnovers…Totaled three ground balls in her first collegiate lacrosse game against Presbyterian (2/23).


BEFORE SIENA: Lettered in four years of volleyball, three years of lacrosse and two years of basketball at Paul D. Schreiber…Was selected team MVP as a sophomore, junior and senior in volleyball…Named All-Conference those same years…Schreiber won the conference championship her sophomore and senior years…Tournament MVP as a senior.


PERSONAL: Born May 26, 1988 in Manhasset, N.Y…Chose Siena because of its academic reputation and her athletic scholarship…Lists drawing and extreme sports as outside interests…An accounting major who aspires to be a CPA… Has a younger brother, Michael, and a younger sister, Ariana …The daughter of Michael McCurty and Robbyn Wright.


McCurty’s Career Stats Year GP GS GA Pts


2010 12 60 0 0


Sh FPG-FPS GB DC CT 0


Totals 12 60 0 0 0


0-0 82 2 0-0 82 2


2011 SIENA COLLEGE LACROSSE 17


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