Memorial University still rolling at U Sports curling championship

Adam Boland rink 4-0 at national university event in Thunder Bay

Published on March 20, 2017
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Adam Boland and his Memorial University rink have a game tonight against the University of Regina at the U Sports Canadian university men’s curling championship in Thunder Bay, Ont., but no matter the result, Memorial will still be in first place in the event.

Boland, third Stephen Trickett, second Zach Young and lead Evan Kearley have won all four of their games so far in Thunder Bay, including a 10-2 decision over host Lakehead University in Today's afternoon draw.

With AUS champion Memorial at 4-0, and five teams tied for second place at 2-2 after today’s afternoon draw, the Sea-Hawks will continue to hold first place whether they win or lose against Regina.
The Boland rink, which is coached by Gary Ryan, finishes its round-robin with games against Dalhousie and Queens today.
The top four teams in the eight-team event advance to Wednesday’s playoff round.