Taylor Curet

Taylor Curet

Sports Director

Moselle, MS

After spending two years in Hattiesburg as a sports reporter at WDAM, Taylor Curet was promoted to Sports Director in August 2018.

Taylor was born in Baton Rouge, LA and raised in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, just outside Jacksonville.

He spent four years covering the Fighting Tigers with LSU’s student-run station, Tiger TV and graduated from Louisiana State University in May 2016 with a degree in mass communication.

When he’s not covering sports you can find Taylor on a basketball court, at the movies or flipping through a stack of albums at your nearest record store.

He’s also happy that Hattiesburg isn’t too far from some good Cajun cooking!

Please, feel free to email Taylor if you have a story to be told or just to say hello at tcuret@wdam.com.


Recent Articles by Taylor

  Two assistant coaches leave USM baseball program

  Pink Up: Caillet family overcomes adversity

  EUROHA continues tradition of Golf Classic

  Laurel hosts professional, amateur boxing on Saturday night

  Remembering Mount Olive’s Steve McNair, 10 years after his death

  Logan Cooke hosts his first football camp at Columbia Academy

  Sit-down with USM athletic director Jeremy McClain

  1-on-1 with Akeem Davis

  Jason Campbell holds 8th annual FCA Football Camp

  Dalonte Hill hired as USM basketball assistant

  Jones holds 7th “Bobcat Soccer Academy”

  Former/current NFL players host football camps in Pine Belt

  Bryant Bowen to transfer from USM to South Carolina

  Colby White brings “Foxworth fire” to MSU pitching

  7 On The Road: Walter Payton - Columbia’s “Crown Jewel”

  MSU makes 2nd straight trip to Omaha

  PRCC’s Wiley Cleland tabbed NJCAA All-American

  Three USM athletes place top-five at NCAA Outdoors

  West Marion’s Colby White drafted by Tampa Bay Rays

  Larry Watkins returns to coaching at Sacred Heart

  Bryant Bowen bounces back to lead USM hitting attack

  PRCC’s season ends at NJCAA World Series

  PRCC faces Pasco-Hernando in opening round of NJCAA World Series

  Four USM athletes qualify for NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships

  “Throw it in the Dirt!” - a USM rallying cry

  USM gears up for weekend, rematch with Rice

  Bay Springs native, USM grad Jason Forte reflects on basketball career

  USM Track & Field sends 11 to NCAA Regionals

  Pearl River earns No. 1 seed in NJCAA World Series

  USM knows the stakes as C-USA tournament arrives