Emma Curry - Women's Track and Field - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Emma Curry Season 2022-23

Middle Distance

Class Sophomore
Event Middle Distance
High School Waxahachie
Hometown Waxahachie, Texas
Major Child Studies • Cognitive Studies

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Career Results

Student-Athlete Highlights
• One all-time top 10 mark

Academic Honors
• 2023 SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll
• 2022 SEC Fall Academic Honor Roll
• 2021-22 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll

In the Record Books
• Ninth in Vanderbilt history in the 3,000-meter steeplechase (11:26.57)

As a Sophomore (2022-23)
Cross Country
• Competed in three meets
• 118th overall and a personal best (22:23.7) at the 6K SEC Championships
• 58th overall in the Open 5K (19:01.6) the Joe Piane Invitational

Track & Field
• Competed in 11 meets, including the indoor and outdoor SEC Championships
• 24th and a personal best in the 1,500 meters (4:26.68) at the Virginia Challenge
• Seventh in the 1,500 meters (4:28.34) at the Joe Walker Invitational
• Sixth in the 5,000 meters (17:37.13) at the Pepsi Florida Relays
• Finished 10th in the 1,000 meters (2:58.76) at the Commodore Challenge

As a Freshman (2021-22)
Cross Country
• Competed in one meet
• 24th overall (19:38.2) at the 3.1M Belmont Opener

Track & Field
• Competed in three indoor and three outdoor meets
• 15th in the 1,500 meters (4:48.39) at the outdoor Music City Challenge
• 23rd in the 1,500 meters (4:42.55) at the Black and Gold invite
• 19th in the 1,000 meters (3:06.14) at the Commodore Challenge

The Curry File
Emma Curry was a four-time school record holder and letterwinner in cross country, track and field and soccer at Waxahachie High School under head coach Edward De La Cruz. While in high school, she was a three-time team captain, and her prep best times were 4:53 in the 1,600 meters, 10:50 in the 3,200 meters, 11:12 in the two miles (XC) and 17:15 in the 5K (XC). Curry was a four-time individual and team district cross country champion and was the first in her school’s history to individually qualify for the cross country state championships in 2018. Multiple times, she has been named all-state and all-region, and she was named cross country runner of the year twice (2018, 2019). She graduated in the top two percent of her class academically and was named academic all-state in track and field and cross country.

Emma’s parents’ names are Kerry and Matthew. She has an older brother named Jaron

Twitter: @emmacurry03 | Instagram: @_.emmacurry