Inducted as a truly great player, Curry was a three-year player for West Genesee (N.Y.) High School, three-time New York State lacrosse champions, two-time all-league (1982, 1983) and honored as a high school All-American in 1983. He was the 1983 MVP in the high school North/South game. A four-year starter at Syracuse, he was a three-time All American, first team (1986, 1987) and second team (1985), and was the USILA MacLaughlin Award Winner (Midfielder-of-the-Year, 1987).
Curry was also a midfielder for the 1986 and 1994 U.S. Men’s National Teams that won world championships in Toronto and England, respectively. Curry played 10 years of professional indoor lacrosse with three teams: Washington (1 year), Philadelphia (3 years), and Baltimore (6 years). He was a member of 1990 World Champion Philadelphia Wings. Curry was previously inducted into the US Lacrosse Upstate New York Chapter Hall of Fame (2004) and the US Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Chapter Hall of Fame (2008).