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Isabelle Ladouceur

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Isabelle Ladouceur
Curler
Born (2000-10-17) October 17, 2000 (age 20)
St. Catharines, Ontario
Team
Curling clubKW Granite Club,
Waterloo, Ontario[1]
SkipIsabelle Ladouceur
ThirdJamie Smith
SecondKelly Middaugh
LeadKatie Shaw
Career
Top CTRS rankingT149th (2019–20)

Isabelle Ladouceur (born October 17, 2000) is a Canadian curler from Bedford, Nova Scotia[2] . She currently skips her own team on the World Curling Tour. She skipped her Nova Scotia rink to a gold medal at the 2018 Canadian U18 Curling Championships.

Career[edit]

In 2016, at just 15 years of age, Ladouceur competed in her first Nova Scotia Junior Women's Championship, skipping her team to a silver medal losing to the Mary Fay[3] rink who went on to win the 2016 Canadian Junior Curling Championships and 2016 World Junior Curling Championships. The following years in 2017 and 2018 Ladouceur failed to make the playoffs. However in 2019, once again Ladouceur captured the silver medal, this time to losing to the Kaitlyn Jones rink.[4]

In 2018 Ladouceur became the youngest skip in Nova Scotia history to qualify for the Nova Scotia Scotties Tournament of Hearts defeating Emily Dwyer 7-4 in the qualifying game.[5] In the same year Ladouceur made her first national appearance competing at the 2018 Canadian U18 Curling Championships after defeating the Cally Moore rink 6-5 in the final.[6] The Ladouceur rink sneaked into the playoffs after posting a 5-4 record after the round robin. The rink then went on to capture the gold medal after defeating Ontario's Madelyn Warriner 7-5 in the semi-final and Saskatchewan's Skylar Ackerman 6-3 in the final.[7]

In the fall of 2019, Ladouceur moved to Ontario to attend Wilfrid Laurier University. She skipped her Ontario rink to a 3-4 record at the 2020 Ontario U-21 Curling Championships, just missing the playoffs. In the same year she also skipped the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawk's to a bronze medal at the OUA Championships qualifying the team for the 2020 U Sports/Curling Canada University Curling Championships.[8] At the championship the rink posted a 2-5 record, failing to make the playoffs.[9]

Personal Life[edit]

Ladouceur is currently a Neuroscience and Psychology student at Wilfrid Laurier University.[citation needed]

Teams[edit]

Season Skip Third Second Lead
2015–16[10] Isabelle Ladouceur Emilie Proulx Kate Callaghan Lauren Chase
2016–17 Isabelle Ladouceur Emilie Proulx Kate Callaghan Lauren Chase
2017–18 Isabelle Ladouceur Emilie Proulx Kate Callaghan Makayla Harnish
2018–19 Isabelle Ladouceur Emilie Proulx Kate Callaghan Makayla Harnish
2019–20 Isabelle Ladouceur Brooklyn Fahl Sarah Wallace Kelly Middaugh
2020–21 Isabelle Ladouceur Jamie Smith Kelly Middaugh Katie Shaw

References[edit]

  1. "Curling Canada | Curling Scores on Curling.ca".
  2. "Curling Canada | Curling Scores on Curling.ca".
  3. "Scoreboard".
  4. "Scoreboard".
  5. "Scoreboard".
  6. "Scoreboard".
  7. "Curling Canada | Nova Scotia teams sweep gold at Canadian Under-18 Championships".
  8. "WCURL wins bronze medal at OUA Championship". www.laurierathletics.com.
  9. "Curling Canada | Curling Scores on Curling.ca".
  10. "CurlingZone – Everything Curling".


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