|Hometown:||Mill Bay, B.C.|
|High School:||Brentwood College|
|Major:||History of Art and Architecture|
Junior • 2014
Rowed the seventh seat, helping the first varsity to an undefeated regular season and the EAWRC Sprints and IRA Championships titles … Named the IRA Crew of the Year … Helped set a new course record at EAWRC Sprints (6:26.536) … Part of the crew that defeated four of the top seven squads at the Lightweight Invitational to overtake the No. 1 spot in the country … Helped break the school record at the Head of the Charles (17:15.232) and finished first overall of collegiate squads.
Sophomore • 2013
Rowed the seventh seat for the first varsity all season, including five wins and a second-place finish at the IRA National Championship … Part of the boat that won the lightweight eights race at the Head of the Charles (16:58.83), a first for Harvard at the regatta (Oct. 20) ... Helped Radcliffe produce the largest margin of victory, 8.259 seconds, in the Eastern Sprints first varsity race since 1996.
Freshman • 2012
Rowed for the varsity eight all season … Helped the varsity eight take bronze at the IRA National Championships, the first medal the Radcliffe lightweight crew has captured since 2006 … Contributed to third-place finish at the EAWRC Sprint, the lightweight varsity’s third straight bronze … Rowed in win over Princeton to reclaim the Class of 1999 Cup for the first time since 2009 … Topped MIT by over 30 seconds in a lightweight crew sweep to take the Muri Cup … Finished third against No. 2 Wisconsin and No. 1 Stanford in the grand final of a six-team regatta on the Charles River … Contributed to win over Georgetown.
Member of both lightweight and heavyweight varsity squads for crew … Earned academic and athletic colours in all years attended at Brentwood College.
Father, Harold, was a member of the Canadian National Rowing Team and attended three consecutive Olympic Games in 1984, 1988 and 1992 … Mother, Brenda Colby, was a member of the Canadian National Team for crew.