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Jessica Schultz

Jessica Schultz
Curler
Born (1985-01-02) January 2, 1985
Anchorage, Alaska
Team
Curling club St. Paul CC,
St. Paul, Minnesota
Skip Erika Brown
Third Debbie McCormick
Second Jessica Schultz
Lead Ann Swisshelm
Alternate Sarah Anderson
Career
World Championship
appearances
4 (2005, 2010, 2011, 2013)

Jessica Schultz (born January 2, 1985 in Anchorage, Alaska) is an American curler from Richfield, Minnesota. She currently plays second for Erika Brown.

Career

Schultz was a member of the United States women's curling team at the 2006 Winter Olympics. For the 2006 U.S. World Team Trials in March, Schultz was named skip, or captain, of Team USA (the team's regular skip, Cassie Johnson, did not play in the tournament), and the team finished fourth under her direction.

She joined the Erika Brown rink in 2011. Brown and her team won the 2013 United States Women's Curling Championship and went on to represent the United States at the 2013 World Women's Curling Championship, finishing in fourth after losing the bronze medal game to Canada's Rachel Homan. They also qualified to participate at the 2014 United States Olympic Curling Trials.[1] They finished first in the round robin standings and defeated Allison Pottinger in a best-of-three series final to clinch the berth to the Olympics.[2]

Personal life

She lived in Duluth, Minnesota. While attending Lake Superior College, she studied physical therapy.

References

  1. ^ "Field set for 2014 US Olympic Team Trials".  
  2. ^ "Erika Brown rink wins Olympic Team Trials".  

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