Nancy McConnery

Nancy McConnery (born Nancy Horne on February 26, 1963) is a Canadian curler from Blockhouse, Nova Scotia.[1] She currently skips her own team out of the Windsor Curling Club in Windsor, Nova Scotia.

Nancy McConnery
Born (1963-02-26) February 26, 1963 (age 57)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Team
Curling clubWindsor CC,
Windsor, NS
SkipNancy McConnery
ThirdJocelyn Nix
SecondMackenzie Proctor
LeadShelley Barker
Career
Hearts appearances5 (1993, 1995, 2003, 2009, 2010)
Top CTRS rankingN/A
Grand Slam victories0

McConnery has represented both New Brunswick and Nova Scotia at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Her first Scott appearance was in 1993 representing New Brunswick. McConnery skipped her team which included Sandy Comeau. They would finish 2-9 in round robin play. She would once again return to the Scott in 1995 this time playing second for Heidi Hanlon, and would finish 4-7 in round robin play. McConnery’s next appearance would be in 2003 where she skipped her own team, this time representing Nova Scotia. She would finish round robin play 5-6, her best showing at the Tournament of Hearts to date. McConnery wouldn’t return to the Scotties until 2009, again skipping her own team where she finished round robin with a 2-9 record. She would once again represent Nova Scotia in 2010 where her record would be the worst showing to date. She would finish round robin play with a 1-10 record.

McConnery is married and has two children.[2] She is a graduate of Brock University's Physical Education program, and the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://nscurl.com/wp/scoreboard/#!/competitions/2188/teams/10382/team_athletes/10382-fourth-8504
  2. ^ "ISSUU - 2010stoh-heartchart-jan31 by Canadian Curling Association". issuu.com. Retrieved 19 January 2014.