Georgia Tech baseball snapped a four-game losing streak with the win on Friday night
Georgia Tech baseball's Friday pitcher Xzavion Curry bringing bigger heat, more diverse repertoire this season
Georgia Tech baseball out hit the Tigers in the 3-2 road loss on Friday night
Georgia Tech baseball posted its second-straight shutout win on Friday night in the win over UIC
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets’ sophomore class producing big in every way
2017 (Freshman): Was the first true freshman to start opening-day for the Yellow Jackets on the mound since Kris Wilson in 1995 ... Made a team-high 15 starts on the mound for the Jackets and threw a team-high 82.2 innings ... Was tied for the team lead with six wins on the year ... Struck out a team-high 74 batters ... Had four quality starts on the season ... Went 6-4 with a 5.23 ERA ... Made his collegiate debut on opening day versus BYU on Feb. 17 ... Earned a win against BYU, striking out five over 5.0 scoreless innings in the 5-3 win (Feb. 17) ... Struck out five more batters over 5.0 innings in the 15-6 win over Youngstown State (Feb. 23) ... Threw 6.0 scoreless innings, striking out seven in the 12-3 home win over Belmont (Mar. 3) ... Pitched 4.0 innings in his ACC debut against Miami on Mar. 10 ... Surrendered just three runs and struck out five over 6.1 innings of work in a 13-3 win at Virginia Tech (April 21) ... Earned the win throwing a season-high 8.0 scoreless innings, while striking out six in Tech's 3-0 shutout win over UIC (April 28) ... Recorded the win in the 14-7 win over No. 8 Virginia (May 18), going 6.0 innings in the ACC victory ... Struck out a career-high eight batters over 6.0 innings in a 5-4 loss to No. 12 Wake Forest at the 2017 ACC Baseball Championship ... Also hit .500 (3-for-6) with three RBIs and a sacrifice bunt at the plate, registering an at bat in four games, including making one start at designated hitter ... Recorded his first career hit, an RBI single against Louisville on April 15.
Before Tech: Four-year letterwinner in baseball at Mays High School under head coach Reginald Austin ... Two-year team captain on the baseball team ... Tabbed a 2016 Perfect Game/Rawlings third team all-American ... Also named to the Perfect Game southeast all-region first team ... Ranked 149th overall nationally by Perfect Game in the 2016 recruiting class and 27th nationally at the shortstop position ... A 2015 Perfect Game underclass first team all-American and a 2014 Perfect Game underclass high honorable mention all-American ... Led his team to the 2016 Region AAAAA Baseball Championship his senior season ... Named to the Region AAAAA all-region team and the all-state team in 2016 ... A three-time Team MVP in 2014, 2015 and 2016 ... Threw five no-hitters in his high school career ... Holds the Mays school record in wins with 32 and in home runs with 25 ... Also played quarterback for two years for Mays ... Pllayed summer baseball for the East Cobb Yankees ... Led the Yankees to the 2016 Connie Mack World Series Championship ... Was named the Connie Mack World Series MVP and won the Connie Mack World Series Gold Glove award.
Personal: Full name is Xzavion Rashan Curry ... Born on July 27, 1998 in Orangeburg, S.C. ... Son of Reginald Curry and Tinika Freeman ... Has three younger siblings in Jalen, Destiny and Chance ... Father, Reginald, played football at Clemson and South Carolina State ... Mother, Tinika, was a cheerleader at S.C. State ... Began playing baseball at the age of five ... Lists hitting a walk-off home run in the Connie Mack World Series as his most memorable athletic accomplishment ... Chose Tech because of the academics, the chance to play NCAA Division I baseball and the relationship with the Georgia Tech coaches ... Intends to major in business administration.