2010 United States Men's Curling Championship
The 2010 United States Curling Men's Championships were held in Kalamazoo, Michigan from March 6 to 13. The 54th edition of the United States Curling Men's Championships was held alongside the 2010 Women's Nationals. Teams could qualify through three different methods. John Shuster's team qualified through the first method by virtue of being the defending champions. Next, teams could qualify by finishing in the top spots of their respective regional championships. The final method of qualification came in a Nationals Playdown where the teams that placed between 2nd and 4th in their regional qualifications compete for the final three spots.
|2010 United States|
Men's Curling Championship
|Host city||Kalamazoo, Michigan|
|Curling club||Bemidji CC, Bemidji, Minnesota|
|Events at the 2010|
United States National
On Friday, February 27, 2010 it was revealed on the USA Network broadcast that John Shuster's team had elected to withdraw from the National Championships. The team skipped by Wes Johnson replaced them.
The winning team represented the United States at the 2010 Capital One World Men's Curling Championship.
|Pete Fenson||Shawn Rojeski||Joe Polo||Tyler George|
|Todd Birr||Paul Pustovar||Tom O'Connor||Kevin Birr|
|Blake Morton||Marcus Fonger||Tommy Juszczyk||Calvin Weber||Mark Hartman|
|Craig Brown||Rich Ruohonen||Zach Jacobson||Pete Annis|
|Matt Stevens||Cody Stevens||Bob Liapis||Jeff Breyen|
|Matt Hames||Bill Stopera||Martin Sather||Dean Gemmell|
|Kevin Kakela||Chad Carlson||Ryan Lagasse||Todd Ussatis|
|Bryan Wight||Michael Moore||Joey Bonfoey||Mark Lazar||Kevin Deeren|
|Mike Farbelow||Eric Fenson||Nick Myers||Jeff Puleo||Mark Willmert|
|Wes Johnson||Leon Romaniuk||Paul Lyttle||Richard Maskel|
Round robin standings
|Page playoff system||Semifinal||Final|
1 vs. 2 Game
3 vs. 4 Game
- "Fenson team wins Nationals; headed back to Italy". United States Curling Association. 13 March 2010. Archived from the original on 17 February 2010. Retrieved 8 February 2010.
- "2010 US Men's Curling Championship – Qualified teams". United States Curling Association. Retrieved 2 January 2012.