U18 AND Junior National Championship
U18 National Championship
The USCA U18 National Championships are a regional-based, geographic championship aimed at determining our top under 18-aged teams from within the USCA regions. U18 National Champions do not advance to world play.
Event Eligibility: Any player who is less than 18 years of age at any time during the 30th day of June of the year immediately preceding the year the competition is to take place, and is a citizen of the United States as of registration deadline. All players must be league playing member of a USCA member club within the registered region.
More Information: USCA U18 Page
Junior National Championship
The USA Curling Junior National Championships are a regional-based, geographic championship aimed at determining our top junior-aged teams (21 and under) within the USCA regions. Teams moves through the playdown process via the traditional state and regional championships. The winning teams at the U.S. Junior Championship move on to represent the U.S. at the World Junior Championships.
This event does lead to a world championship, United States residency and citizenship is required.
MoPac hosts regional playdowns either in December or January of the curling season, if there are enough teams interested.
Registration usually opens in October of the curling season. Participants are responsible for registering through both the USCA and MoPac.
More Information: US Junior National Championship