Earned four letters in rowing and three in swimming for Havergal College... In her novice year of rowing stroked the Junior Women's 4+, leading the boat to a bronze at the SNRC Regatta... Was the Most Improved Junior Member of the rowing team her freshman year... Transitioned to sculling her sophmore year and stroked the Junior Women's double... Won gold in the Junior Women's double at the SNRC Regatta, and placed second in the Senior Women's 8+ and the Senior Women's pair... Went on to win bronze in the Junior Women's double at Canadian Nationals that year... Was named the Most Valuable Junior Member her sophmore year... During her junior year she spent most of her time in the Senior Women's Varsity 8+ and the Senior Women's Varsity 4+, where she sat 7 seat and 3 seat respectively... Won gold in the Senior 8+ at the John Bennett Regatta, the Mother's Day Regatta, the SNRC Regatta, and eventually went on to receive silver at Canadian Nationals... In the Senior 4+ she helped lead her team to a silver medal at the SNRC Regatta and a bronze at Canadian Nationals... Received the David Osler Award for the Largest Contribution to Her Crew in 2016... As a senior stayed in the same boats and was a part of the first place crew at Canadian Nationals in the Senior Women's 8... Won the Betty Dyke Prize for History in 2017... Was head of the School Council her senior year.
Born June 18, 1999 in Toronto, Ontario... Daughter of Laurie Hay and Douglas Kellar... Father, Doug, played football and rowed for CUAA... Enrolled at Columbia College... Intends to major in Political Science.