2007: In his first season with the Golden Eagles after joining the team from UW-Milwaukee, Josh Curry helped the team with solid play on the front line. Curry saw time in 14 games, including three starts. He saw action his first game at Denver (Aug. 31) where he recorded one shot on goal. One game later, Curry made his first career start for Marquette at UIC (Sept. 2). In his third game, he scored the game-winning goal against Xavier when he tapped in a long throw from Mike Carlson after the keeper mishandled the ball just before halftime (Sept. 7). Despite his youth, Curry led the team in shot percentage at .333 and scored one of the team's two game-winning goals.During the summer, Curry helped lead FC Milwaukee to the regional championship and third-place finish at nationals hosted at Disney's Wide World of Sports complex in Orlando, Fla.
Prior to Marquette: Curry comes to Marquette University from Marquette High School where he was a part of multiple state championship teams with the Hilltoppers and helped guide MUHS to a no. 1 national ranking through the 2004 season. He was a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel All-State selection as a senior. Curry played club soccer for F.C. Milwaukee and coach Rob Harrington and was part of state club championship teams from 2000 through 2006. Curry was also a state ODP team member for seven years. Curry spent the 2005 season as a member of the Wis.-Milwaukee soccer team and transferred to Marquette after the fall semester. He played for MU in the spring of 2006.
Personal: Josh Daniel Curry was born March 31, 1987, and is the son of Brian and Barbara Curry.
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