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About the US Curling Association (USCA)
The US Curling Association (USCA) is the United Statesâ€™ governing body for curling and is responsible for selecting national champions to represent the US at the Olympics and other international events. This is done through the â€œplaydownâ€ process.
The USCA is organized into regions:
â€¢ Grand National (East Coast)
â€¢ North Dakota
â€¢ Great Lakes
â€¢ Mountain Pacific (MoPac)
â€¢ At-Large (i.e. Texas)
Our club is a part of MoPac, along with other clubs from California, Oregon, Idaho, Utah and Arizona. In order to participate in playdowns, a curler must be a member of the USCA. Typically, that means the curler must be a full member of a club which is a member of a regional association, like MoPac, which, in turn, is a member of the USCA.