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Tribe Profile
Version: United States
Season: San Juan del Sur
Namesake: Coyopa, the Mayan God of Thunder
Tribe Type: Starting Tribe
Day Formed: Day 1
Rival Tribe(s): Hunahpu
Tribe Status: Merged with Hunahpu on Day 16
Challenge Wins: 2
Lowest Placing Member: Nadiya Anderson (18/18)
Highest Placing Member: Jaclyn Schultz (Runner-Up)
Flag

Coyopa flag

Tribe Emblem
CoyopaINSIGN
Buff

Coyopa buff

Coyopa is a tribe from Survivor: San Juan del Sur.

Despite having former Major League Baseball player John Rocker and former The Amazing Race contestant Nadiya Anderson, the tribe suffered a losing streak both pre- and post-switch. Their tribe color is orange.[1]

MembersEdit

 Alec Christy
22, Winter Park, FL
Student
S29 alec t
 Baylor Wilson
20, Nashville, TN
Student
S29 baylor t
 Dale Wentworth
55, Ephrata, WA
Farmer
S29 dale t
 Jaclyn Schultz
25, Las Vegas, NV
Media buyer
S29 jaclyn t
 John Rocker
39, Atlanta, GA
Former MLB player
S29 john t
 Josh Canfield
32, New York City, NY
Singer/Actor/Writer
S29 josh t
 Nadiya Anderson
28, Edgewater, NJ
Crossfit coach/Project coordinator
S29 nadiya t
 Val Collins
35, Foxboro, MA
Police officer
S29 val t
 Wes Nale
23, Shreveport, LA
Firefighter
S29 wes t

S29 baylor t
S29 dale t
S29 jaclyn t
 Jon Misch
Hunahpu
S29 jon t
 Keith Nale
Hunahpu
S29 keith t
S29 kelley t
 Missy Payne
Hunahpu
S29 missy t

Tribe HistoryEdit

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GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Post-Switch Coyopa is currently the only Blood vs. Water tribe to start with the most number of loved ones pairs possible in a tribe, with three pairs on a seven-person tribe.
  • Jaclyn Schultz stayed at the Coyopa camp (or at Exile Island) for the entire 39 days, since she made the finals while on Coyopa for the entire pre-merge and the tribes merged at the Coyopa camp.
  • Val and Dale, both from Coyopa, returned in Survivor: Cambodia, this time as Jeremy and Kelley's loved ones on the Loved Ones Challenge.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Coyopa's Tribe Color". Youtube.com. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-2Vq_A_u4A. Retrieved September 19, 2014.