|Is|| Athlete |
|Birth|| 11 August 1997 |
, Halifax, Canada
Emma Logan (born August 11, 1997) is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the niece of five time Scotties champion Mary-Anne Arsenault and currently plays lead on her team. She is also hearing impaired.
Logan skipped the St. Francis Xavier University team at the 2017 U Sports/Curling Canada University Championships in Thunder Bay, Ontario where the team went 3–4.
She joined her aunt Mary-Anne Arsenault’s team as alternate for the 2018–19 season. They lost the final of the 2019 Nova Scotia Scotties Tournament of Hearts to Jill Brothers 6–5. The following season, Kristin Clarke left the team and Logan moved up to lead.
Team Arsenault won The Curling Store Cashspiel on the World Curling Tour, going undefeated through the tournament. They also played in the Tour Challenge Tier 2 Grand Slam event where they went 2–2. At the 2020 Nova Scotia Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the team was successful in capturing the provincial title when they defeated Colleen Jones in the final. With the win, Logan became the first deaf person to compete at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. At the 2020 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Nova Scotia went 4–3 through the round robin, qualifying for the tiebreaker against British Columbia’s Corryn Brown. In the tiebreaker, Nova Scotia lost 5–4 and were eliminated from contention.
Logan is currently a customer success manager for LifeRaft.
|2014–15||Ashley Francis||Emma Logan||Rachel Crouse||Sarah Sinclair|
|2015–16||Ashley Francis||Emma Logan||Rachel Crouse||Sarah Sinclair|
|2018–19||Mary-Anne Arsenault||Christina Black||Jenn Baxter||Kristin Clarke||Emma Logan|
|2019–20||Mary-Anne Arsenault||Christina Black||Jenn Baxter||Emma Logan||Kristin Clarke|