Gerald L. Curley
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Men's Ice Hockey


 As a freshman on the men's ice hockey team, Curley tallied a team-best 22 goals and 39 points while leading the Crusaders to a then-school-record 17 wins and its first bid into the ECAC Playoffs.  His efforts continued the next year as he led the team with 24 goals and 50 points en route to an 18-win season and another postseason bid.  In Curley's junior year, the Crusader hockey program netted its first 20-win season, finished 21-9-0, and won its first ECAC Playoff game.  He finished the season with the team lead in assists (27) and points (43), which earned him All-New England, First Team All-ECAC, and First Team Titan All-American honors.  He was also selected as an All-Star by the New England Hockey Writers.  As a senior, he capped off a marvelous career by leading the team again in goals (31) and points (59), the best offensive output by a Crusader in seven years.  His efforts earned him another First Team All-ECAC selection.

Curley graduated second all-time in goals with 93, second in assists with 98, and third in points with 191.  He played on four Crusader teams from 1977-1981 that finished 71-45-0 overall, 37-17-0 at the Hart Center, and won four in-season tournaments, including two Crusader Classics.