The PEI Curling Hall of Fame has announced that Charlottetown resident Jack MacFadyen, who curls out of the Cornwall and Summerside curling clubs, and is attending UPEI, is the recipient of a $1,000 student bursary for the 2023-2024 curling and academic year, courtesy of anonymous donors who are affiliated with the sport of curling.
Bursary recipient Jack MacFadyen (Photo credit: Curling Canada)
He has been curling for ten years, and has moved up from third stone to the skip position for the 2023-2024 curling season. Click for team Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Team.MacFadyen.Curling.U20
Jack’s many curling accomplishments include:
2023 Recipient of Erik Bundgaard Spirt Award, U18 National Championship, Timmins, Ontario
2023 U18 Provincial Championships, Dec. 27-31, 2022- 1st Place
2023 Provincial Canada Games Trials, Nov. 3-6, 2022- 1st Place
2023 U18 National Curling Championship, Feb. 5-11, 2023- Quarterfinalists (8th Place)
2023 Canada Games, Feb. 18th to Mar. 5th 2023- 7th Place
2023 U21 Provincial Championships, Jan. 11-15, 2023- 2nd Place
2022 U18 Provincial Championship, Mar. 10-12, 2022 – 2nd Place
2022 U21 Provincial Championship, Feb. 23-27, 2022 – 2nd Place
2021 U21 Provincial Championship, Feb 18-21, 2021 – 2nd Place
2021 U18 Provincial Championship, Jan. 8-10, 2021 – 2nd Place
2020 U18 Provincial Championship, Mar. 6-10, 2020 – 1st Place
2020 U16 Provincial Championship, Feb. 28th to Mar. 1st – 1st Place
He has volunteered extensively, as an instructor for Little Rocks curling and for learn to curl events with Charlottetown area schools.
He is attending UPEI in the Business Administration program, specializing in Accounting.
PEI Curling Hall of Fame and Museum Bursaries are awarded annually to PEI residents enrolled in a full-time post-secondary institution. Other criteria include curling achievements, passion for the sport, and community involvement.