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Kerry Maher
Kerry  Maher


Welland, Ontario

High School:
E.L. Crossley Secondary



Former Cavaliers Earn Four Medals at World Rowing Cup Regatta

Roper earns gold in women's four


Six Former Cavaliers to Compete at World Rowing Cup Regatta This Weekend

Four countries to be represented

At Virginia: Represented the University of Virginia at the 2006 NCAA Leadership Conference ... team tri-captain ... second-team All-South Region in 2006 ... named to the 2006 All-ACC team ... member of the varsity 8+ crew that finished first at the 2006 ACC Championships ... competed in the women's 8+ at the Under 23 World Championships in Belgium during the summer of 2006 ... earned fourth place with the Under 23 Canadian National Team in the straight 4 event at the Under 23 World Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands ... gold medalist with Virginia's varsity 8+ boat at the 2005 ACC Championships ... finished third with the varsity 8+ crew at the 2005 South/Central Regionals ... member of the varsity 8+ boat that finished fourth at the 2005 NCAA Championships ... member of the second varsity 8+ boat that won the 2004 ACC Championship in that event ... gold medalist with the first varsity 4+ crew at the 2004 Central/South Region Sprints ... member of the NCAA Champion varsity 4+ boat at the 2004 NCAA Championships ... ACC Honor Roll in 2005.

High School: Rowing team captain (2003) ... team won the championship at the Canadian Secondary School Rowing Championships ... gold medal winner in the senior women heavy quad ... earned silver medal in the senior women heavy double ... her U-23 eight was the 2002 Canadian Henley champion ... represented Canada on the CanAmMex team (2002) ... received Gold Medallion and Ontario Scholar awards for academic achievements.

Personal: Born January 15, 1984 in Welland, Ontario ... daughter of Nigel and Ruth Maher ... has an older brother, Benjamin, and a younger sister, Meghan ... enjoys playing the flute and piano, singing and outdoor activities.


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