Anderson, Sarah
Junior teammatesKatie Dubberstein, Taylor Anderson, Leilani Dubberstein, Abigail Suslavich
Women's teammatesCourtney Slata, Katie Dubberstein, Taylor Anderson, Leilani Dubberstein
BornFeb. 25, 1995, in Philadelphia, PA
HometownBroomall, Penn.
OccupationStudent at Marple Newtown High School
Year started curling2001
  • World Women's Championship: 2013 (4th as alternate for Erika Brown)
  • U.S. Women's National Championship: 2013 (9th)
  • Ann Brown Sportsmanship Award at 2013 Women's National Championship
  • Youth Olympic Games: 2012 (5th)
  • U.S. Junior National Championships: 2013 (4th), 2008 (9th)
  • GNCC Junior Playdowns: 2013 (runner-up), 2012, 2009 (4th), 2008 (runner-up)
  • Curtis Cup for Sportsmanship at 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
  • 2011 Cracked Bell Bonspiel champion
  • 2011 Blazing Leaves Bonspiel champion
  • 2009 Philadelphia Junior Bonspiel champion
  • 2009 Plainfield Junior Bonspiel champion

Curls out of: 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. The next year my team and I qualified for Jr. Nationals. Since then, I have been working to go back and have competed in Women's Club Nationals and attended the U-18 International Championship in Canada twice, which gave me a taste of international competition.


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


Career highlight: Qualifying for the Youth Olympics


Favorite bands/music: LMFAO, Lupe Fiasco, Kid Cudi, Taylor Swift


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


Most memorable curling moment: Winning the final two games of the trials for the Youth Olympics


Favorite color(s): Light green and dark purple



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