2017-18: Member of the 2V4 for the majority of the spring slate … Claimed the Carolina Cup season-opening race with a time of 7:37.1, 22-seconds faster than second-place North Carolina as the Blue Devils brought home the Carolina Cup title with 99 overall points and a sweep of all five races … Switched to the 2V8 for one regatta … Captured fourth in the morning session at the Clemson Invitational in 6:40.07 … Placed fifth during the morning session of the Clemson Invitational (6:55.27) to give the squad sixth in the B Final (6:14.39) … Helped guide the team to a seventh-place finish at the highly competitive Clemson Invitational as the unranked Blue Devils bested then No. 18 Syracuse and No. 20 Oklahoma in the team standings … Moved back to the 2V4 … Bested No. 15 Michigan State on the water in Columbus in 7:43.6 before barely falling to No. 4 Ohio State in the afternoon session (7:41.38) … For the first time in program history, all five boats qualified for the Grand Final at the ACC Championship where Duke finished third as a team with 72 points … Claimed first in the second heat in 7:24.5, helping the squad earn a podium spot in the Grand Final, clocking in at 7:20.8 … Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Four-year letter winner under coach Patrick Mardquart … claimed three Canadian National Championships in the 2016 Women’s Senior Eight, 2015 Women’s Senior Eight and 2014 Women’s Junior Eight … helped guide her squad to the Virginia state championships in the first eight as a sophomore and junior … as a freshman in 2014, helped the school claim the state title in the freshmen eight category … named the 2016 Oarswoman of the Year for exhibiting outstanding leadership … member of the National Honor Society and National German Honor Society … founder and president of the school’s German Club.
Personal: Born September 6, 1999 … daughter of Katy and Joseph Kenny … has one brother, Patrick.