Stephanie "Steph" LeDrew (born June 6, 1984 in Corner BrookNewfoundland and Labrador) is a Canadian curler from Sarnia, Ontario. She currently plays third for the Hollie Nicol rink on the Ontario Curling Tour[1] and World Curling Tour.[2]


 [hide*1 Career


As a junior, LeDrew represented Newfoundland and Labrador at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships after winning the junior provincial championship five times (1998,[3] 2001,[4] 2002,[5]2003[6] & 2004[7]). In 2002, LeDrew's team, skipped by Jennifer Guzzwell, lost in the final to Prince Edward Island.[5] Winning the province's Mixed Curling Championship, LeDrew would once again represent Newfoundland and Labrador at the 2007 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship (lead)[1] and the 2010 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship (third) [2]. Success in 2010 would continue as LeDrew's team, skipped by Shelley Nichols, would defeat Heather Strong's rink in an extra-end decision to win the Newfoundland and Labrador Scotties Provincial Championship and send the team to the National 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts.[8] After relocating to Ontario in 2011, LeDrew would join Team Jill Mouzar at third, skipped by Jill Mouzar, playing out the of Donalda Club in Don Mills, Ontario. After a successful 2012-2013 season, Team Mouzar secured a berth at the 2013 Ontario Scotties Tournament of Hearts. Despite the team coming up short, LeDrew was selected by the eventual winning team, Rachel Homan and her rink, to represent team Ontario, playing fifth, at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Kingston, Ontario. Team Ontario would go on to defeat Jennifer Jones and Team Manitoba to win the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts and become Team Canada. The team represented Canada 2013 World Women's Curling Championship in RigaLatvia in March 2013, where they won a bronze medal, although LeDrew did not play in a single match.

After the 2012-13 season, Mouzar returned to her native Nova Scotia, and the team's lead, Hollie Nicol became the skip.

Personal life[edit]Edit

LeDrew currently resides in Sarnia, Ontario[9] and works as a Senior Laser Therapy Technician. She is also a registered member of the Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada.


LeDrew has been involved in numerous charities throughout her career. In 2008, she was among some of Canada's top curlers for the Curl for wishes Bonspiel in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island[10] in aid of the Childrens Wish Foundation. Annually she attends the Kurl for Kids Celebrity Pro-Am Bonspiel in Oakville, Ontario in aid of the Oakville Hospital Foundation. An annual participant as a celebrity skip for the House of Hearts Charity Bonspiel at the Duluth Curling Club in Duluth, Minnesota.

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