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Nittany Lions honored as one of 84 programs with a team grade-point average of at least 3.0
Penn State improves to 5-0 at home for first time since 1991; Brent, Spilker tally first career goals
Nittany Lions open 2013 with 18-2 win over Bucknell
Ten different Nittany Lions record at least one point
Theresa Zichelli leads PSU with five points (3 goals, 2 assists); 10 Nittany Lions score goals
AS A JUNIOR IN 2013
ALC Academic Honor Roll ... Appeared in six games, starting one ... Scored three goals ... Recorded two ground balls and one draw control.
AS SOPHOMORE IN 2012
Appeared in four games ... Tallied two goals, two ground balls and a caused turnover ... Scored first career goal against Duquesne Feb. 22.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2011
Did not play during the 2011 season ... ALC Academic Honor Roll.
BEFORE PENN STATE
Starred at Episcopal Academy, helping it capture three straight Inter-Ac Championships ... As a sophomore, was named First Team All-Inter-Ac and First Team All-Main Line after tallying 46 goals, 33 assists and a career-high 161 ground balls ... As a junior, totaled 52 goals, 22 assists and 42 draw controls ... Received All-America Honorable Mention, First Team All-Inter-Ac, First Team All Main Line, Second Team All-Delco, Second Team All-Phillylacrosse.com in 2009 ... Missed her senior season at Episcopal Academy due to injury ... Earned eight total varsity letters in lacrosse and field hockey ... Played club lacrosse with Ultimate Goal.
Daughter of Bill and Kimberly Curley ... Has an older brother, Wills, who played lacrosse at Brown ... Majoring in communications ... Born Oct. 20, 1991 in Bryn Mawr, Pa.
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