Curro's 2011 Statistics
Collegiate Honors: 2010: America East All-Conference Second Team. 2009: America East Rookie of the Week (02/23).
Career Highs: Six goals (vs. UMBC 04/03/10); three assists (at Holy Cross 02/25/09); six points (vs. UMBC 04/03/10).
2010 Season: Started all 17 games; recorded 30 goals and eight assists for 38 points; led the team in goals, shooting percentage (.566) and shots on goal percentage (.962; 51/53); ranked third in shots, fourth in points and fifth in assists; in six America East games, tallied 14 goals and two assists for 16 points; in league-only games, ranked fifth in goals per game (2.33); 8-2-10 in four games vs. nationally-ranked teams; recorded a point in 15 of 17 games, including a goal in 13 games; 11 multiple-point efforts; eight multiple-goal games, including a career-high six vs. UMBC (04/03); the six points also was a personal best; opened the season with a 10-game point-scoring streak and ended the year with a point in five consecutive games; five points (3g, 2a) against Dartmouth; four goals in the regular-season finale at Vermont; three goals at #2-ranked Maryland; 3-1–4 vs. Binghamton with a season-high three ground balls, one draw control and one caused turnover.
2009 Season: Played in 13 games and was in the starting lineup six times; recorded six points and six assists for 12 points; tied for fourth on the team in assists; tallied two points, both on goals, in four America East league games (all off the bench); in her collegiate debut, the season opener vs. Bryant (02/22), recorded career highs in both goals (two) and points (four); tallied a personal best of three assists in the next game at Holy Cross (02/25).
Personal: A 2008 graduate of Souhegan High School, where she lettered in lacrosse, field hockey, ice hockey and swimming; All-America selection in '08; All-State team all four years; Upper-New England Team 2005-08; All-Galaxy Team in '06 and '07; Telegraph All-Star team four years and 2008 Player of the Year; Union Leader All-State Team '07 and '08; Sportsmanship Award, 2006-08; led team to a state title as a second-year captain in '08; also played for the Granite State Elite lacrosse club; her field hockey accolades included All-State team (twice) and Telegraph 2007 Player of the Year; a kinesiology: outdoor education major; her sister, McKinley Curro, was a four-year letterwinner on the Boston University women's lacrosse team; her brother, Chris Curro, captained the UNH rugby team and was an All-America selection.