Winter Olympics 2014 curling schedule: Team USA squares off with Korea, Switzerland

Jeff Swinger-USA TODAY Sports

John Shuster and co. will look to leave Sochi with a win on Monday. It's been a rough time for the Americans so far.

Monday will be the final day for teams to battle for seeding as the men's and women's curling semifinals near. With 11 matches on the slate, we should be in for a busy day of action on the ice. Here is the full schedule for Monday.

Women's early session

There are three women's matches beginning at midnight ET, and one of them will pit Team USA against Korea. The American women have struggled in Sochi and a win against the Koreans would be a nice way to go out before heading home. In other action, Russia will square off with Great Britain in a match that could have big implications on semifinal seedings. Japan and China will also play.

Men's session

The 12th and final men's session is scheduled to begin at 5 a.m. ET. It's been a frustrating ride for John Shuster and the American team, and they'll look to close things out with a win over Switzerland.

Of the other three matches, Great Britain's match with China should be the best. Both teams really need a win, and it may be tough for Great Britain to qualify if it comes out on the losing end tonight. The other two matchups will pit Germany against the Russians and Norway against Denmark. What will the Norwegians wear? Stay tuned!

Women's late session

The final four women's matches are set to begin at 10 a.m. ET. China will battle Switzerland, Denmark will take on Great Britain, Sweden will meet Japan and Canada will look to end on a high note against Korea.

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