2008-09: Athletic Director's Honor Roll ... Red & Black Scholar ... BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... Spent the spring racing season in the Cards' second varsity eight boat ... Rowed in Louisville's 2V8+ win at the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships, as well as second-place finishes at the BIG EAST Championships and Dale England Cup ... Also rowed for the 2V8+ crew in wins over Buffalo and Duke, a sixth-place finish in the petite final at the NCAA Regionals as well as races against Iowa, Michigan and Wisconsin.
2007-08: Named CRCA National Scholar-Athlete ... Dean's List ... Red & Black Scholar ... Closed the spring in the Cards' varsity eight boat, which finished second at the BIG EAST Championships and fifth in the petite final at the NCAA Regional ... Rowed in Louisville's second varsity boat which earned a win over Michigan and competed against Michigan State ... Was also in the Cardinals' second varsity eight boat which earned a win in the petite final at the San Diego Crew Classic.
2006-07: Red & Black Scholar ... Closed her first collegiate racing season in the four-seat of the Cards' 2nd Varsity 8+ boat ... With her contribution, the Cards' 2V8+ crew earned the program's first BIG EAST title in a Grand Final, as well as a sixth-place finish in the Grand Final at the NCAA South/Central Region Sprints and a win over Stanford at the Windermere Real Estate Rowing Classic ... Opened the spring racing season in the three-seat of the Cards' Varsity 8+ boat, including U of L's win over nationally ranked Minnesota.
Prior to UofL: Earned four years of rowing experience at Westdale and with the Leander Boat Club ... At Westdale, she finished fourth in the junior women's "A" singles race at the 2006 Canadian High School Championships, third in the junior heavyweight women's double at the 2005 Canadian High School Championships, and was named Westdale Female Rower of the Year in 2005-06 and 2003-04 ... For the Leander Boat Club, she was first in the junior "A" women's heavy single at the 2005 RowOntario Championships and third in the junior "A" women's heavy double at 2005 the Royal Canadian Henley Regatta ... In 2004, she was first in the junior heavyweight event at the Ontario Indoor Rowing Championships, was first in the high school women's doubles at the Head of the Ohio, first in the junior "A" women's heavy quads at the Ontario Summer Games, second in the junior "B" women's heavy singles at the Royal Canadian Henley and was named Leander Boat Club Rookie of the Year.
Personal: Born Kelly Anne Wood Traynor on May 22, 1988 in Regina, Saskatchewan ... Daughter of Heather Wood and Dave Traynor ... Has two siblings, Cory and Jaime ... Majoring in sport administration with a minor in business administration ... Post-college ambition is to work for large sports organization or to be a teacher.