Event: Epee
Height: 5'9" 
Weight: 150lbs
Birthplace: Houston, Texas
Current Residence: Houston, Texas
Education: Bachelor's degree from the University of Notre Dame (2013) in film, television and theater with a supplementary major in computer applications.
Club: New York Athletic Club
Coach: Robert Hurley (Father)
Current U.S. Ranking: No. 3
Current World Ranking: No. 31
Honors:

  • Member of first U.S. Women's Epee Team to win a medal at the Olympic Games (2012)
  • 2010 Knute Rockne Student-Athlete Award
  • 2009-2010 Overall Junior World Cup Points Champion
  • Four-time NCAA First-Team All-American (2009, 2010, 2011, 2013)

Olympic Teams: 2016, 2012 (Bronze - Team)
Senior World Championship Teams: 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006
Pan American Games Teams: 2011 (Gold - Team, Silver - Individual), 2007 (Gold)
Pan American Championship Teams: 2018 (Gold - Team), 2017 (Gold - Team, Silver - Individual), 2016 (Silver - Team, Bronze - Individual), 2015 (Gold - Team), 2014 (Gold - Individual and Team), 2013 (Gold - Individual and Team), 2012 (Gold - Team, Bronze - Individual), 2011 (Gold - Team, Silver - Individual), 2010 (Bronze), 2009 (Gold)
World University Games Teams: 2011 (Silver - Team)
Junior World Championship Teams: 2010 (Silver), 2009 (Bronze - Team), 2008 (Gold - Team), 2007, 2006, 2005
Cadet World Championship Teams: 2007, 2006 (Gold), 2005

Personal: Coached by her father, Bob Hurley, Courtney qualified for her first U.S. team as a 14-year-old on the 2005 Junior and Cadet World Team and has been a member of every Senior World Championship Team since 2006. Ranked as high as 18th in the world during her young career, Courtney qualified for the 2012 Olympic Team alongside her older sister, Kelley Hurley, who represented Team USA at the 2008 Games. The two made history together when the U.S. Women's Epee Team won bronze in London – the first ever podium finish at the Olympic Games for the squad. The Hurley sisters have competed on seven Senior and five Junior World Teams together – including the 2008 Junior Worlds where they led Team USA to gold.