McCurry Joins TCI Staff

McCurry Joins TCI Staff

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McCurry Joins TCI Staff

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TheClemsonInsider.com is pleased to announce a new addition to the staff. Trey McCurry will be joining the staff of TCI as we continue to look for new ways to provide the most in-depth coverage of Clemson athletics.

“We are thrilled to have Trey join the staff at TCI. Trey has worked closely with Clemson athletics for the past six years. He will be a great addition to the staff and allow us to expand our coverage even more in several key areas,” said Robert MacRae.

Trey McCurry, originally from Honea Path, SC, has been around Clemson athletics his entire life. Growing up only 45 minutes from Clemson, he began attending Clemson events at the age of two and is an avid baseball and football fan.

After graduating from Belton-Honea Path High School in May of 2004, McCurry had the easy choice to attend Clemson. As an undergrad, he worked as an equipment manager with the football team working with tight ends and kickers. He graduated with a degree in Sports Management with a business minor in December of 2007.

After graduation, McCurry joined the Clemson Sports Information Office as a graduate assistant. Over the past two years, he had worked with the football, baseball, and men’s soccer teams. During the time, he assisted in various tasks around the office varying from helping to arranging interviews to assisting in the publication of media guides to writing articles for football game programs. McCurry, 24, will graduate with a Masters in Human Resource Development in August of 2010.

“I am very excited to have the opportunity to join TheClemsonInsider.com and have the chance to contribute to the website. I am looking forward to remaining involved in Clemson athletics,” said McCurry.

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