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Teri Udle

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Skip  Jill Brothers
Alternate  Jennifer Brine
Lead  Teri Udle

Second  Blisse Joyce
Third  Sarah Murphy
Name  Teri Udle
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Born  April 11, 1981 (age 34) Amherst, Nova Scotia (1981-04-11)
Curling club  CFB Halifax CC, Halifax, NS

Teri Udle (born April 11, 1981 in Amherst, Nova Scotia as Teri Lake) is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She plays lead for Jill Brothers.

Udle made her first national curling debut at the 2000 Canadian Junior Curling Championships. She skipped her own team, representing Nova Scotia at the women’s event. Udle’s team would have difficult time at the event finishing with a round robin record of 4-8.

Udle’s career would lead her to teaming up with Jill Mouzar. Playing second for Mouzar, the team would win the Nova Scotia Scotties, representing the province at the 2007 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, in Lethbridge, Alberta. Their provincial success would not hold strong at the national level and the team would finish with a 3-8 record. Udle would continue to play with Mouzar until 2010, when Mouzar moved to Ontario. Six time Canadian, and two time World Champion Colleen Jones would take over the squad as skip. The new Jones squad was preparing to enter the qualification round for the 2011 Nova Scotia Scotties Tournament of Hearts, when Jones was hospitalized for bacterial meningitis. With Jones out, the team recruited Danielle Parsons to play third, Heather Smith-Dacey would take over as skip, and the team would go on to qualify for the event, and eventually win the event, defeating Jones’ former teammate Mary-Anne Arsenault in the semi-final and Theresa Breen in the final. The team would go on to the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, where their success would continue. The team would finish round robin play with a 7-4 record, which took them to a tie breaker game against British Columbia’s Kelly Scott. After defeating Scott in the tie breaker, the team would meet Ontario’s Rachel Homan. Homan would defeat the Smith-Dacey team in the 3-4 match, sending them to the first ever Bronze Medal Game, where the two teams would meet again. Smith-Dacey’s team would defeat Ontario 9-7 winning the bronze medal game.

For the 2011-2012 season the team will continue without Colleen Jones, who has recruited a new team.

Personal life

Udle is employed as a manager of corporate communications at Jazz Aviation LP. She is married to Jordan Udle.


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