2017 Tour Challenge: Tier 2 Women’s Teams

TIER 1: MEN’S TEAMS | WOMEN’S TEAMS

TIER 2: MEN’S TEAMS | WOMEN’S TEAMS


TEAM BARKER
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
no photo
Amber
Holland
doig
Deanna
Doig
schneider
Lorraine
Schneider
sicinski
Danielle
Sicinski

MOOSE JAW, SK | Penny Barker captured her first Viterra Saskatchewan Scotties title last season. The team also won the Heritage Inn SWCT Spiel. Amber Holland, the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts winner and world silver medallist, is subbing for Barker.


TEAM CAREY
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
Chelsea Carey overton Jocelyn Peterman Laine Peters
Chelsea
Carey
Cathy
Overton-Clapham
Jocelyn
Peterman
Laine
Peters

CALGARY, AB | Carey captured a bronze medal last season at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts as Team Canada. Five-time Canadian champ Overton-Clapham joined the team this year after Amy Nixon stepped back from competitive curling.


TEAM EBERLE
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
eberle
Chantelle
Eberle
gamble
Christie
Gamble
murray
Larisa
Murray
jameson
Haylee
Jameson

REGINA, SK | Team Eberle, with Amber Holland subbing at skip, finished runner-up at the inaugural Tour Challenge Tier 2 in 2015. Eberle won the 2012 Canadian mixed championship and represented Canada at the 2012 world mixed doubles championship.


TEAM EINARSON
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
Einarson
Kerri
Einarson
Kaatz
Selena
Kaatz
Fyfe
Liz
Fyfe
MacCuish
Kristin
MacCuish

WINNIPEG, MB | Einarson had a breakout season in 2015-16 winning the inaugural Tour Challenge Tier 2 and the Manitoba Scotties championship. The team captured their first elite-level Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling title last season at the Boost National.


TEAM FELTSCHER
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
Binia Feltscher
Binia
Feltscher
Irene Schori
Irene
Schori
Franziska Kaufmann
Franziska
Kaufmann
howald
Carole
Howald

FLIMS, SUI | Feltscher has won two world championships taking the gold medal in 2014 and 2016. Howald previously served as the team’s alternate at the worlds and took over at lead this season.


TEAM FLEMING
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
skip
Hannah
Fleming
third
Jennifer
Dodds
second
Alice
Spence
lead
Vicky
Wright

LOCKERBIE, SCO | Fleming skipped Scotland to the gold medal at the World Junior Curling Championships in 2012. The team made it to the tiebreakers at the Tour Challenge Tier 2 last season.


TEAM KIM
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
E Kim
EunJung
Kim
K Kim
KyeongAe
Kim
S Kim
SeonYeong
Kim
Y Kim
YeongMi
Kim

UISEONG, KOR | Team Kim made their Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling series debut at the Tour Challenge Tier 1 in 2015 and reached the semifinals. They will represent the host nation at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.


TEAM LAWTON
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
lawton
Stefanie
Lawton
schmidt
Stephanie
Schmidt
goertzen
Cristina
Goertzen
lemon
Brooklyn
Lemon

SASKATOON, SK | Lawton is a four-time Saskatchewan Scotties champion. She also won the Players’ Championship in 2012.


TEAM MARTIN
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
martin
Nancy
Martin
jenkins
Alyssa
Jenkins
frerichs
Meaghan
Frerichs
no photo
Teresa
Waterfield

SASKATOON, SK | The team finished fourth at the Viterra Saskatchewan Scotties last season. Martin won a silver medal at the 2013 Canadian mixed doubles championship for Saskatchewan playing with Dustin Kalthoff.


TEAM ROCQUE
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
Rocque
Kelsey
Rocque
Crocker
Laura
Crocker
McDonald
Taylor
McDonald
Gates
Jen
Gates

EDMONTON, AB | Rocque won back-to-back world junior championships in 2014 and 2015. McDonald and Rocque represented Canada at the Winter Universiade last season and captured the gold medal.


TEAM ROTH
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
skip
Nina
Roth
third
Tabitha
Peterson
second
Aileen
Geving
lead
Becca
Hamilton

BLAINE, USA | Roth represented the U.S. at the 2017 world championship and just missed the playoffs with a 6-5 record. The team made it to the quarterfinals at the Tour Challenge Tier 2 last season.


TEAM SCOTLAND
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
skip
Nadine
Scotland
third
Heather
Jensen
second
Rebecca
Konschuh
lead
Heather
Rogers

CALGARY, AB | Team Scotland makes their Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling series debut at the Tour Challenge Tier 2. They won four titles on the World Curling Tour last season.


TEAM SIDOROVA
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD ALTERNATE
Sidorova
Anna
Sidorova
Fomina
Margarita
Fomina
Raeva
Aleksandra
Raeva
Ezekh
Nkeirouka
Ezekh
kovaleva
Alina
Kovaleva

MOSCOW, RUS | Sidorova captured her fourth consecutive medal at the world championship last season earning silver. Her career-best in the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling series is a runner-up finish at the 2015 Players’ Championship.


TEAM SILVERNAGLE
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
silvernagle
Robyn
Silvernagle
campbell
Jolene
Campbell
demers
Dayna
Demers
thevenot
Kara
Thevenot

NORTH BATTLEFORD, SK | Silvernagle finished runner-up to Team Barker at the Viterra Saskatchewan Scotties last season. Campbell won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts and a world silver medal as the alternate for Team Holland in 2011.


TEAM SINCLAIR
SKIP THIRD SECOND LEAD
skip
Jamie
Sinclair
third
Alexandra
Carlson
second
Vicky
Persinger
lead
Monica
Walker

BLAINE, USA | Sinclair captured her first U.S. national championship last season. The team qualified for the playoffs at the season-ending Humpty’s Champions Cup.