Tanner Horgan

Tanner Horgan (born February 12, 1998 in Sudbury, Ontario)[2] is a Canadian curler. He is a six-time Northern Ontario junior champion. He currently skips a team on the World Curling Tour.

Tanner Horgan
Born (1998-02-12) February 12, 1998
Team
Curling clubCurl Sudbury[1],
Sudbury, ON
SkipTanner Horgan
ThirdColton Lott
SecondKyle Doering
LeadTanner Lott
Career
Member Association Northern Ontario (2009-2019)
 Manitoba (2019-present)
Brier appearances1 (2018)
Top CTRS ranking16th (2017–18)

Junior career

As a bantam aged curler, Horgan won three Northern Ontario titles (2010, 2013 and 2015). In 2012, he won a provincial elementary school championship for all of Ontario, representing MacLeod Public School.[3]

Horgan won his first Northern Ontario junior title in 2014, earning him and teammates Nicholas Servant, brother Jacob and Maxime Blais the right to represent the region at the 2014 Canadian Junior Curling Championships. There, he skipped the team to a 5-5 finish, missing the playoffs. The next year, Horgan again won the Northern Ontario title, this time with his brother Jacob at third and Connor Lawes playing second. At the 2015 Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Horgan again led Northern Ontario to a 5-5 record.

Horgan went undefeated at the 2016 Northern Ontario Junior Curling Championships, winning his third straight title. The team lineup was relatively unchanged with Nicholas Bissonnette added to the team in replace of Lawes. The team finally made the playoffs at that year's national juniors, after finishing the round robin in first place with a 9-1 record, earning them a bye to the final. However, Manitoba's Matt Dunstone rink proved to be the better team, defeating Northern Ontario 11-4 to claim the championship.

Men's career

Horgan and his men's team of brother Jacob, Blais and lead Scott Foy qualified for the 2016 Northern Ontario men's curling championship, Horgan's first provincial. There, he led his team to a 3-4 record.

Personal life

Horgan attends Laurentian University.[4] His sister Tracy Fleury is another accomplished curler.

Grand Slam record

Key
C Champion
F Lost in Final
SF Lost in Semifinal
QF Lost in Quarterfinals
R16 Lost in the round of 16
Q Did not advance to playoffs
T2 Played in Tier 2 event
DNP Did not participate in event
N/A Not a Grand Slam event that season
Event 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19 2019–20
Masters DNP DNP DNP DNP
Tour Challenge DNP DNP DNP T2
The National Q DNP DNP
Canadian Open DNP DNP DNP
Players' Championships DNP DNP DNP
Champions Cup DNP DNP DNP

References

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