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Mackenzie

Curry

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GK
Height: 5'8"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Irvine, Calif.
High School: Northwood HS
Experience: High School

Bio

2017: Played in 15 matches, including 14 starts in net...made 34 saves...recorded four shutouts...logged 1.74 goals against average in 1,347:35 of game action...claimed shutouts of Pacific (Aug. 26), Hawaii (Aug. 28), Portland State (Sept. 17), and UTRGV (Oct. 12).

2016: Appeared in 12 games, making eight starts in net...won first 10 starts in goal, helping SU win the WAC Championship...recorded 0.97 goals against average...notched 24 saves...put up .727 save percentage...shut out UTRGV (10/16)...made four saves in 2-1 win over Utah Valley in WAC Championship semifinals (11/4).

HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Four-year varsity letterwinner and senior captain from Northwood High School in Irvine, Calif., was named 2014 Pacific Coast League Goalkeeper of the Year, also named First Team All-League the same season. Curry led the Timberwolves in goal to two-straight CIF playoff second round appearances (2013, 2014) and the CIF quarterfinals in 2015. Academically, she received the Charter Oaks Medallion for the top one percent in science as well as Principal’s Honor Roll and Scholar-Athlete accolades all four years. During her freshman and sophomore years, Curry also played varsity softball and was named Rookie of the Year. Curry led the So Cal Blues (2007-16) to two Blues Cup championships (2011, 2015), National Cup finals (2011), and ECNL North American League finals (2013), and also competed for the Cal South Region IV ODP team that advanced to the 2012 finals...majoring in accounting.

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