Scott Howard (curler)

Scott William Howard[1] (born July 11, 1990) is a Canadian curler. As an alternate for his father, Glenn Howard, Scott Howard won the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier and the 2012 World Men's Curling Championship.

Scott Howard
Born (1990-07-11) July 11, 1990
Team
Curling clubSt. George's G&CC,
Toronto, ON
SkipGlenn Howard
ThirdScott Howard
SecondDavid Mathers
LeadTim March
AlternateAdam Spencer
Career
Member Association Ontario
Brier appearances6 (2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017)
World Championship
appearances
1 (2012)
Top CTRS ranking6th (2018-19)

Personal life

Howard attended Penetanguishene Secondary School and Georgian College. He currently works as an estimator/grade control at Maacon Construction.[2] He lives in Tiny, Ontario.[3]

Teams

SeasonSkipThirdSecondLead
2010–11Wayne MiddaughJoe FransScott HowardScott Foster
2011–12John EppingScott BaileyScott HowardDavid Mathers
2012–13John EppingScott BaileyScott HowardDavid Mathers
2013–14Rob RumfeldtAdam SpencerScott HowardScott Hodgson
2014–15Mark KeanMathew CammDavid MathersScott Howard
2015–16Glenn HowardWayne Middaugh*Richard HartScott Howard
2016–17Glenn HowardRichard HartDavid MathersScott Howard
  • Wayne Middaugh was injured and unable to play in the 2016 Ontario Provincial Championships and Brier. He was replaced by Adam Spencer at second, moving Hart up to third.

References

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