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Kaity McCulllough
Kaity  McCulllough


Campbell, Calif.

High School:


• Part of the Varsity Four that won the San Diego Crew Classic
• Member of the Third Varsity Eight that won the Eastern Sprints
• Part of the V4 that finished third at ACCs


• Member of the NCAA Silver Medalist Varsity Four at the 2011 NCAA Championships
• Rowed with the Varsity Four that won its grand final and heat at the Oak Ridge Invitational
• Member of the Varsity Four that defeated Princeton on its home course and was subsequently named the ACC Crew of the Week on May 4
• Won the ACC Championship race with the Varsity Four in a time of 7:17.5
• Opened the season with a victory over Stanford in the Varsity Four

High School
• Rowed for Los Gatos Rowing Club for coaches Derek Byrnes, Jaime Velez and Patrick Lynch
• Was a team captain for Los Gatos and was nominated as the Varsity Women's Board of Directors representative
• Placed second at USRowing Nationals and participated in the 2008 San Diego Crew Classic and Women's Henley Regatta
• Participated in USRowing Junior Team Selection Camp in 2009
• Graduated Summa Cum Laude, was a reporter for The Voice (Presentation High School newspaper) and belonged to the Science and International Clubs

• Parents are Tom and Kristin McCullough
• Has a brother, Tommy


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