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MIT Curling Wins Bronze at USA College Curling Nationals 2019
MIT concluded the 2018/19 Curling season by taking home the bronze medal at the 2019 USCA College Curling Nationals. The competition was held on the team’s ice at Broomstones Curling Club March 10-12. The team included skip Alex Hull, third Kika Arias, second/vice Nate Bailey, and lead/vice Kelsey Becker with Diana Faust and Kevin Wang as alternates.
2011 National Champions
3rd Place: 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019
Nationals Participants: 2014, 2017, 2018
Who is MIT Curling?
We are a club sport that... well... goes curling!
All MIT students, undergraduate or graduate, prior curling experience or not, are welcome to join. Our season runs from late September to early April, and our main activities include:
- Practices every Friday 4-6pm from October to March at Broomstones Curling Club in Wayland.
- Hosting Learn-To-Curl events during each season (generally once in October and once in February/March) to introduce curling to new recruits and to other members of the MIT community.
- Competing at USA College Curling tournaments around the northeast from Maine to New York to Connecticut in order to earn an invitation to the USA College Curling Nationals.
- Promoting this life long, surprisingly addictive sport around campus.
Want to join?
Just email us at email@example.com and we'll be in touch. No prior experience is necessary. Our members range from veteran curlers to complete beginners. If you're a curler, then joining us is an easy (and relatively cheap) way to find a game. If you've never curled before, then our coaches and experienced curlers are more than happy to teach you!
Have more questions?
Take a look at our FAQ, check us out on Facebook or Twitter, or contact our officers directly via email. We’re always happy to answer questions about our club specifically or the sport generally. Additionally, feel free to get in touch if you're from a nearby school with no curling program of your own.
See you on the ice!