Curry Student-Athletes: Success in the Classroom and the Community

Curry Student-Athletes: Success in the Classroom and the Community

MILTON, Mass.-- With the recent close of the 2016 fall semester, student-athletes at Curry College continue to succeed in the classroom and in the community.

Of the 377 Curry College student-athletes who were enrolled full-time for the 2016 fall semester, nearly 60 percent attained a grade point average of 3.00 or higher and were involved in nearly twenty different community service outreach events.

Curry College Athletic Director Vinnie Eruzione had this to say about the hardworking and caring members of the Colonels athletic teams. "Curry College prides itself on many things, but the academic success and the ability to give back to the community are among the top achievements of its student-athletes. These student-athletes are being pulled in many directions and their hard work and dedication to themselves, their teams, their coaches and the college does not go unnoticed. Our student- athletes successes would not be possible without the help of our faculty, staff, and all administrators in and out of athletics who go above and beyond to create an environment that enables our student-athletes to succeed."

Academic Facts for Colonel Student-Athletes: Fall 2016

Total number of enrolled full-time student-athletes: 377

Overall GPA of all Student-Athletes: 3.00
Number of student-athletes with a GPA of 3.00 or higher: 219
Number of student-athletes with a GPA of 3.50 or higher: 108
Number of student-athletes with a 4.00 GPA: 9


TOP 3 WOMEN'S SPORTS TEAM G.P.A.'s

Lacrosse

3.43

Cross-Country

3.38

Softball

3.30

TOP 3 MEN'S SPORTS TEAM G.P.A.'s

Ice-Hockey

3.53

Soccer

3.12

Baseball

2.90

TOP COMMUNITY SERVICE EVENTS: FALL 2016

1- Six athletic teams involvement with TEAM IMPACT (Hockey, Football, Women's Volleyball, Women's Basketball, Women's Lacrosse,and Softball)

2- Volunteered for Milton Foundation for Education Monster Dash (Football, Men & Women's Soccer, Women's Lacrosse)

3- Volunteered for Town of Milton's 5K Gobbler Run (Football, Men & Women's Tennis, Women's Cross-Country, Women's Soccer)

4- Milton Youth Hockey's "Learn to Skate" and Teddy Bear Toss Game: (Hockey, Team Impact Teams, Curry SAAC)

5- The Dan Breen Memorial 5K Red Shoe Run/Walk Milton, Mass. (Men's Basketball, and Softball)

Various Youth Clinics and gatherings: (Baseball, Soccer, Men and Women's Basketball, and Hockey)

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