Junior National Championships

Sweeping to Two Harbors

Stopera wins third straight

Congratulations to Team Stopera on earning its third straight Junior Nationals title!

Gold medalists, Team Stopera: Andrew Stopera (Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.), Luc Violette (Lake Stevens, Wash.), Ben Richardson (Issaquah, Wash.), Graem Fenson (Bemidji, Minn.), Riley Fenson (Bemidji, Minn.)

Silver medalists, Team Steinhaus: Nick Steinhaus (Mapleton, Minn.), Skyler Slusar (Hallock, Minn.), Ethan Sampson (Edmore, N.D.), Mitch Wilson (Delafield, Wis.)

Bronze medalists, Team Strouse: Sam Strouse (Midland, Mich.), JP Munich (Oconomowoc, Wis.), Andrew McDonald (Hudson, Ohio), Ryan Elwing (Brookfield, Wis.)


A new award honoring longtime junior coach Bev Schroeder will be introduced this year to a male and a female athlete competing in their first Junior Nationals. This award is in addition to the other great awards presented at this event, including the Curtis Cup for Sportsmanship Awards and the Katie Beck Memorial Award presented to an outstanding player in the second position. 

Press releases are posted here.

Past winners and World Junior Championship results.

Women's championship game determined

Team Dubberstein and Team Flannery will meet in the women's final at 1 p.m. CT Saturday!

Bronze medalists: Team Traxler: Ariel Traxler (Fairbanks, Alaska), Emily Quello (Bemidji, Minn.), Susan Dudt (Malvern, Pa.), Rebecca Rodgers (Leyden, Mass.)

Final scores & standings:

Women's results

Men's results

A live webstream: Click here to watch!

Qualified teams