Position Vice skip
Teammates Cory Christensen, Taylor Anderson, Jenna Haag
Delivers Right-handed 
Age 21
Hometown Broomall, Penn.
Occupation Student at the University of Minnesota
Year started curling 2001
  • World Junior Championships: 2016 (silver), 2015 (5th)
  • U.S. Mixed Doubles National Championship: 2015 (champion)
  • World Mixed Doubles Championship: 2015 (5th)
  • Named as 6th player for 2014 U.S. Women's Olympic Team
  • World Women's Championship: 2013 (4th, as alternate for Erika Brown)
  • U.S. Women's National Championship: 2016 (bronze), 2015 (4th), 2014 (6th), 2013 (9th)
  • Ann Brown Sportsmanship Award at 2013 Women's National Championship
  • Youth Olympic Games: 2012 (5th)
  • U.S. Junior National Championships: 2016 (champion), 2015 (champion), 2014 (runner-up), 2013 (4th), 2008 (9th)
  • USA Curling Female Athlete of the Year: 2015
  • New Zealand Winter Games: 2015
  • GNCC Junior Playdowns: 2013 (runner-up), 2012, 2009 (4th), 2008 (runner-up)
  • Curtis Cup for Sportsmanship at 2014, 2013 & 2008 U.S. Junior Nationals
  • U.S. Club Nationals: 2009 (8th)
  • GNCC Women's Playdowns: 2009 (runner-up)
  • U-18 Optimist International: 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010

Sarah & Taylor appeared on Nickelodeon's Figure it Out (above)

Curls out of: Four Seasons Curling Club, Philadelphia Curling Club 

Curling start: Curling is a huge part of my life. I have a lot of fun competing in non-competitive weekend 'spiels for the social aspect of the curling, but I really like playing against good competition better. Playing well in competitive curling gives me a sense of accomplishment for all the practice I have done. My dad and older sisters all curl so I grew up being at the club quite often. I played in Little Rockers until I was 10. I moved into juniors when I was 11. That is when I first played down in the GNCC. 

Other sports: Some other sports I play are soccer, basketball, softball and tennis. Curling is without a doubt my favorite. 

Career highlight: Winning Junior Nationals and Mixed Doubles Nationals in 2015 

Most influential person in curling development: I would have to say my dad 

Earliest curling memory: My earliest curling memory is my dad pulling me down the ice while I sat on the end of the broom and we would race. 

Curling family: Sarah's father and four sisters curls