Position Vice skip
Bill Morehouse, Joel Cooper, Ash Nelson
Delivers Right-handed
Born October 25, 1985, in La Crosse, Wis.
Hometown Trempealeau, Wis.
Occupation Student at the University of Wisconsin-Stout
Family Single
Year started curling 1992
Height 5 feet, 10 inches
Weight 190 pounds
  • U.S. Junior Men's Nationals: 2007 (runner-up), 2005 (runner-up), 2001

  • Wisconsin State Junior Men's Playdowns: 2007 (champion), 2006, 2005 (runner-up), 2001

  • National College Tournament: 2007 (champion)

  • World University Games Trials: 2006 (3rd)

  • Junior B National Playdown: 2003

  • Korbel International Cashspiel: 2003 (quarterfinalist)

  • London Jr. Bonspiel

  • Kingsmith International Bonspiel

About Cam Delaney:

Curls out of: Centerville (Wis.) Curling Club


Nickname: Cam


Curling start: "My family is full of curlers. My mom, dad, aunt and sister all curl. My sister, Laura Delaney, has been to national competitions many times and to Junior Worlds once. At Junior Worlds, she was named all world skip and also received the sportsmanship award. My mother, Lynita Delaney, runs the junior program in Centerville and was named the developmental coach of the year last year. Naturally when I was old enough to throw a stone, my family had me out on the ice. I didn't really start curling until I was about 6 or 7 though."


What he enjoys most about curling: "I enjoy the strategy and thinking aspects of the game."


Hobbies: "I enjoy motorcycles and old cards. I like to travel. I've been to England, Scotland, Germany and Canada. All of which did involve curling in one way or another."