Gage Curry
Gage Curry
Weight: 125
Year: RS Sophomore
Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa.
High School: North Hills

2017-18 (RS Freshman) – NCAA QUALIFIER… Earned at-large invitation to NCAAs after finishing 4th at EIWA Championships… Lost both his matches at NCAAs… Went 4-2 at EIWAs, including 21-4 tech-fall victory over Ryan Burns of Sacred Heart in first wrestle-back… Dropped 3-1 decision to Zack Fuentes of Drexel in 3rd-place match… Went 9-5 in dual matches, including pair of wins in season-openers at Campbell… Won his last five duals in February, including a tech fall over Bucknell and major decision over Ohio Univ… Placed 3rd (3-1) at Navy Classic with 3-2 win over Elijah Oliver of Indiana… Also 3rd at Wilkes Open, finishing with 9-1 major decision over Luke Resnick of Lehigh.

2016-17 (Redshirt) - Placed in all nine open events he participated in during redshirt season... His 35 wins and 10 major decisions were the most by an Eagle this season in each category... Also had four tech falls and five pins... His 23-second pin of Kyle Atkins of Buffalo in the Wilkes Open semifinals was the fastest by an AU wrestler in '16-17... Had a 12-bout winning streak in the middle of ther season... Won the Wilkes Open (6-1 win over Guesseppe Rea of Wilkes in the final) and Messiah Open (4-2 win over Michael Beck of Maryland), going 4-0 at each event... Placed 2nd at the Franklin & Marshall Open, going 4-1 before losing in final, 5-2, to Brandon Cray of Maryland... Finished 3rd at the Shorty Hitchcock Memorial, losing in the first round then winning five straight, including a 4-3 win over Josiah Kline of North Carolina in the 3rd-place match... Also 3rd at the Warriors Winter Open... Went 3-2 on his way to 4th at the National Collegiate Open, losing in SV-1 to Jonathan Tropea of Rider in 3rd-place match... Was 5th (4-1) at the Storm Open, 5th (5-1) at the Southeast Open and 6th (4-2) at the Wolfpack Open... Went 2-1 to place 3rd at the Warriors Winter Open.

North Hills HS - Finished his high school career with a 159-12 mark... WPIAL Champion and three-time WPIAL runner-up... Four-time county champion and state place-winner... Three-time Flo Nationals All-American.

Personal - Son of Linetta Brown and Derrick Curry.








2016-17 (RS)



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