National Women’s Teams

Get to know the women’s teams set to compete in the BOOST National running Dec. 10-15 at CBS Arena in Conception Bay South, N.L.

Team Carey

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Chelsea
Carey
Sarah
Wilkes
Dana
Ferguson
Rachel
Brown

Calgary, AB | Carey captured her second career Scotties Tournament of Hearts title in February defeating Team Homan in the final. It was her first Canadian women’s curling championship with her new squad of Wilkes, Ferguson, and Brown. Carey claimed the Meridian Canadian Open in 2018.

Team Einarson

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Kerri
Einarson
Val
Sweeting
Shannon
Birchard
Briane
Meilleur

Gimli, MB | Team Einarson won five titles in 2018-19, their first season together, capped with the Players’ Championship in April. They recently finished runner-up at the KIOTI Tractor Tour Challenge.

Team Fleury

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Tracy
Fleury
Selena
Njegovan
Liz
Fyfe
Kristin
MacCuish

East St. Paul, MB | Sudbury-born Fleury captured her first career Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling women’s title on Northern Ontario ice this season at the Masters in North Bay. They finished runner-up to Team Homan at the Tour Challenge last November.

Team Fujisawa

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Satsuki
Fujisawa
Chinami
Yoshida
Yumi
Suzuki
Yurika
Yoshida

Kitami, JPN | Team Fujisawa won bronze at the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, earning the first curling medals for Japan. Fujisawa reached the semifinals in the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling for the first time at the KIOTI Tractor Tour Challenge.

Team Hasselborg

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Anna
Hasselborg
Sara
McManus
Agnes
Knochenhauer
Sofia
Mabergs

Sundbyberg, SWE | Team Hasselborg topped Team Einarson to take the KIOTI Tractor Tour Challenge Tier 1 women’s title this season. It was the third career title in the series for the Swedish squad following back-to-back wins last season at the Princess Auto Elite 10 and the Masters.

Team Homan

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Rachel
Homan
Emma
Miskew
Joanne
Courtney
Lisa
Weagle

Ottawa, ON | Homan became the first to crack double-digit women’s title wins in the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling after earning No. 10 at the Meridian Canadian Open in January. It was also her team’s third consecutive Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling title following wins at the Tour Challenge and BOOST National.

Team Jones

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Jennifer
Jones
Kaitlyn
Lawes
Jocelyn
Peterman
Dawn
McEwen

Winnipeg, MB | Jones has captured nine Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling women’s title wins including a record six at the Players’ Championship. She is the 2014 Olympic gold medallist, a two-time world champion and six-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion.

Team Muirhead

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Eve
Muirhead
Lauren
Gray
Jennifer
Dodds
Vicky
Wright

Stirling, SCO | With longtime second Vicki Chalmers calling it quits, Muirhead’s lineup has shuffled this season with Gray moving up to third, Dodds sliding over from third to second and former alternate Wright getting her shot at lead. Muirhead has won four Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling titles including three at the Players’ Championship.

Team Rocque

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Kelsey
Rocque
Danielle
Schmiemann
Becca
Hebert
Jesse
Marlow

Edmonton, AB | Team Rocque finished runner-up to Team Carey last season at the Alberta provincial women’s curling championship. Rocque captured back-to-back world junior titles in 2014 and 2015 and also earned gold for Canada at the 2017 Winter Universiade.

Team Scheidegger

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Kristie
Moore
Cary-Anne
McTaggart
Jessie
Haughian
Julie
Devereaux

Lethbridge, AB | Team Scheidegger edged out Team Einarson for the Wild Card spot at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts last season. Moore has moved up from lead to skip with Casey Scheidegger out of the lineup after giving birth to her second child.

Team Silvernagle

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Robyn
Silvernagle
Stefanie
Lawton
Jessie
Hunkin
Kara
Thevenot

North Battleford, SK | Silvernagle made her top-tier Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling debut last season on home ice at the Meridian Canadian Open and reached the quarterfinals. They claimed bronze for Saskatchewan at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Team Stern

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Briar
Hürlimann
Elena
Stern
Lisa
Gisler
Celine
Koller

Oberwallis, SUI | Team Stern defeated Team Yoshimura in last season’s Tour Challenge Tier 2 women’s final and earned a promotion into the elite ranks at the Meridian Canadian Open. Stern throws third stones while calling the game.

Team Tirinzoni

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Alina
Pätz
Silvana
Tirinzoni
Esther
Neuenschwander
Melanie
Barbezat

Aarau, SUI | Tirinzoni, who skips while throwing third stones, is the reigning world champion. Team Tirinzoni capped last season winning the Humpty’s Champions Cup.

Team Wrana

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Isabella
Wranå
Jennie
Wåhlin
Almida
De Val
Fanny
Sjoberg

Stockholm, SWE | Wrana captured her first World Curling Tour title last season at the Shorty Jenkins Classic. Wåhlin earned Olympic gold as the alternate for Team Hasselborg at the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Games.

Team Yoshimura

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Sayaka
Yoshimura
Kaho
Onodera
Anna
Ohmiya
Yumie
Funayama

Sapporo, JPN | Team Yoshimura had a breakout run at the Masters finishing runner-up to Team Fleury. Yoshimura finished runner-up to Team Stern at the Tour Challenge Tier 2 last season.


Note: Team lineups subject to change.