Team Roth wins Olympic Trials!
Team Shuster wins Olympic Trials!
MCC Members Named to Paralympic Curling Team
2017 Mansfield Champs
2017 Champagne Cup Champs
2017 USA Senior Women’s National Champions
2017 USA Men’s National Champions
2017 USA Mixed Doubles Champs
2017 Wisconsin Mixed Champions
2017 Wisconsin Junior Champions
2017 Wisconsin Senior Men’s Champions
Lori Mountford inducted into USCA Hall of Fame

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Team Roth wins Olympic Trials!

OMAHA, Neb. — At the 2017 World Women’s Curling Championship last March, Team Roth placed fifth to help secure Team USA its quota spot at the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. Roth and her team of Tabitha Peterson, Aileen Geving … Continue reading

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Team Shuster wins Olympic Trials!

OMAHA, Neb. — His team was facing elimination, their backs against the wall, needing a win to stay alive. But John Shuster had been there before. At the 2018 U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Curling, Team Shuster dropped the first of … Continue reading

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MCC Members Named to Paralympic Curling Team

Madison Curling Club members Kirk Black and Justin Marshall will represent Team USA at the upcoming 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang. Congratulations to both club members! Wish them luck on their way to South Korea!   Black, 48, who … Continue reading

Mansfield Champs 2017

2017 Mansfield Champs

The Craig Lee rink (Andy DeTienne, Peyton Lee, Charley Mathes, and Craig Lee, with Dan Enz), defeated the Matt Hamilton rink to win the 2017 Mansfield Championship.

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2017 Champagne Cup Champs

The Shelly Kosal rink (Shelly Kosal, Penny Clark, Siobhan Byrne, and Daisy Quintal-Lepinski), defeated the Mary Parker rink to win the 2017 Champagne Cup Championship.

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2017 USA Senior Women’s National Champions

The Madison based Patti Lank team finished undefeated, winning 7-5 in the finals over the St. Paul based Margie Smith team to win the 2017 USA Senior Women’s National Championship. Team members: Sandra Brown, Kathryn Pielage, Tracy Lawless, Patti Lank

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2017 USA Men’s National Champions

John Shuster (Superior, Wis.) and teammates Tyler George (Duluth, Minn.), Matt Hamilton (McFarland, Wis.), John Landsteiner (Duluth, Minn.), and Joe Polo (Duluth, Minn.) concluded an undefeated week after defeating Todd Birr’s team, 8-6, in the men’s gold-medal game of the 2017 … Continue reading

2017 Mixed Doubles Champs

2017 USA Mixed Doubles Champs

Matt and Becca Hamilton beat Joe Polo and Tabitha Peterson in the finals 7-6 at the For Seasons Club in Blaine, MN to win the 2017 USA Mixed Doubles Curling championship. They will now represent the U.S. at the 2017 World … Continue reading

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2017 Wisconsin Mixed Champions

Two Madison based teams took to the Poynette ice on Feb 3rd-5th in the 2017 Wisconsin State Mixed Championship.  Tim Ebert skipped his team of Susan Dukes, Paul Ryan, and Stephanie Martin while Steve Day is the skip for Sydney Schmus, … Continue reading

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2017 Wisconsin Junior Champions

McDonald Win Badger Junior Title and U18 Championship The Wisconsin Junior Championships were completed at the Portage Curling Club, Dec. 16-18, 2016.  For the first time ever, the Junior Championships consisted of two competitions, the Wisconsin (Badger) Championships and the … Continue reading

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2017 Wisconsin Senior Men’s Champions

Madison Curling Club hosted  a full slate of 40 Senior Men’s curling teams on Jan. 20-22, for the WSCA Senior Men’s Bonspiel. Successfully defending his championship from 2016 was Ken Neidhart, Madison, with his teammates of Paul Ryan, Jim Neidhart … Continue reading

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Lori Mountford inducted into USCA Hall of Fame

BY DAVID GARBER Lori Mountford, Poynette, Wis., a soft spoken individual whose on-ice performance spoke to her excellence as an athlete and person, has been elected as a member of the U.S. Curling Association’s Hall of Fame. Lori, usually playing second, was … Continue reading

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