Chantal Curry
Chantal  Curry


Austin, Texas

High School:
McNeil HS




Club Team:
Lonestar Soccer Club


55 SFA Student-Athletes Receive Degrees in May Commencement

Group of student-athletes represent over 60 combined Southland Conference titles


Drive To Five

The SFA women’s soccer team won its fifth straight SLC title to highlight a memorable 2015 season


SFA's Tremendous Season Comes to an End in SLC Semifinals

The Ladyjacks fall to Southeastern Louisiana 1-0 at the SLC Tournament in Conway


Ladyjacks Ready for SLC Tournament in Conway

SFA will play the winner of Southeastern Louisiana/Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on Friday at 4:30 p.m.


Doyle Named 2015 SLC Player of the Year

Head coach Wally Crittenden tabbed Coach of the Year and six Ladyjacks earn all-conference honors

Curry's 2015 Game-By-Game Statistics
Curry's 2014 Game-By-Game Statistics
Curry's 2013 Game-By-Game Statistics
Curry's 2012 Game-By-Game Statistics

Career Honors/Highlights:
- Second Team All-Southland Conference – 2015
- Honorable Mention All-Southland Conference – 2013, 2014

2015 (Senior): Helped the Ladyjacks win their fifth straight Southland Conference regular season championship with an 8-1-2 league record … Second Team All-Southland Conference selection as a defender … Appeared in 18 games and started all 18 while playing a total of 1,602 minutes … Integral part of the best defensive unit in the SLC as SFA ranked first in the league in goals allowed (5), goals against average (0.43) and shutouts (6) during conference play … Got involved in the attack from her outside back position, firing 14 shots and putting eight on goal during the year … Landed a spot on the Fall 2015 SLC Commissioner’s Honor Roll … Member of SFA squad that built the longest conference unbeaten streak in the nation to 32 games after a 2-0 win at Abilene Christian on Oct. 27.

2014 (Junior): 
Helped the Ladyjacks win an unprecedented fourth consecutive Southland Conference regular season championship with a perfect 11-0 league record … Honorable Mention All-Southland Conference … Appeared in 17 games, making 15 starts … Assisted on the first goal of the season against Oregon State (8/22), which proved to be the game winner in a 2-0 victory … Registered 10 shots on the year with four on frame … Key member of a defensive unit that was one of the best in the country as the Ladyjacks ranked sixth in the nation in shutout percentage (.650) and 11th in goals against average (.588), leading the conference in both categories … Helped SFA win 14 straight games from Sept. 12 – Nov. 7, representing the longest winning streak in the nation over the stretch and the longest win streak in program history.

2013 (Sophomore):
Southland Conference Honorable Mention ...Started all 22 games as a sophomore ... Totaled 1,895 minutes ... Took 12 shots, six of which were on goal ... Picked up SLC Defensive Player of the Week honors after helping the Ladyjacks to consecutive shutout wins over Houston Baptist (10/4) and Sam Houston State (10/6) in overtime ... Recorded two shots at Lamar (9/27), four against HBU (10/4), one at SHSU (10/6), two against McNeese State (10/11), one against Abilene Christian (10/13) and one against both SHSU (11/8) and Southeastern Louisiana (11/10) in the Southland Conference Tournament ... Key part in the SFA defense that set a new single-season record with 14 shutouts and ranked as high as first in the country in shutout percentage and fourth in goals-against average.

2012 (Freshman): Played in 21 games as a true freshman, making 14 starts ... Took three shots, two of which were on goal ...Key contributor to 2012 team that won a school record 17 games ... Helped anchor a defense that posted the fifth-best shutout percentage (.619) in the nation and the 13th-best goals against average (.624).

High School: A three-year starter at McNeil High School where she played defender/midfielder for the the Lady Mavericks ... Helped deliver three consecutive district championships (2009-11) ... Was a member of the Lonestar Soccer Club '94 ECNL Team.

Personal: Daughter of Scott and Maricela Curry.

Curry's Career Statistics



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