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Lauren Lenentine

Lauren Lenentine

Canadian curler
Lauren Lenentine
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Intro Canadian curler
Is Athlete
From Canada
Type Sports
Gender female
Birth 24 June 2000
Age 20 years
Star sign Cancer
University of Manitoba
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The details (from wikipedia)


Lauren Lenentine (born June 24, 2000) is a Canadian curler originally from Cornwall, Prince Edward Island. She currently plays lead for the Mackenzie Zacharias rink from Manitoba.


Lenentine curled out of her home province of Prince Edward Island for most of her junior career before moving to Nova Scotia for the 2018–19 season to join the Kaitlyn Jones rink, replacing Kristin Clarke who aged out of juniors and had joined Mary-Anne Arsenault's rink. The team played in the 2018 Masters Grand Slam of Curling event and reached the quarterfinals. They lost the semifinal of the 2019 Canadian Junior Curling Championships to BC's Sarah Daniels. The following season, she and teammate Karlee Burgess moved to Manitoba to join the Zacharias siblings Mackenzie and Emily to try to return to the World Juniors. When the team won the Manitoba Junior Provincials, it made Lenentine the first female junior curler to represent three provinces at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships. The team went on to win the 2020 Canadian Junior Curling Championships and later the 2020 World Junior Curling Championships.

Personal life

Lenentine currently lives in Winnipeg and is a student at the University of Manitoba.


Season Skip Third Second Lead
2013–14 Lauren Lenentine Kristie Rogers Breanne Burgoyne Rachel O'Connor
2014–15 Lauren Lenentine Kristie Rogers Breanne Burgoyne Rachel O'Connor
2015–16 Lauren Lenentine Kristie Rogers Breanne Burgoyne Rachel O'Connor
2016–17 Lauren Lenentine Kristie Rogers Breanne Burgoyne Rachel O'Connor
2017–18 Lauren Lenentine Kristie Rogers Breanne Burgoyne Rachel O'Connor
2018–19 Kaitlyn Jones Lauren Lenentine Karlee Burgess Lindsey Burgess
2019–20 Mackenzie Zacharias Karlee Burgess Emily Zacharias Lauren Lenentine
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 17 Apr 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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