|Hometown:||London, United Kingdom|
|High School:||Upton Court Grammar School|
2016-17: Competed along teammates in the V8 for the spring season … Captured the Carolina Cup championship with a time of 6:41.3, more than 13 seconds faster than second-place Clemson … Helped Duke win the Carolina Cup with 99 overall points and a sweep of all five races … Named the ACC Crew of the Week following the performance at the Carolina Cup … Qualified for the A Final of the Longhorn Invite and came in fourth with a time of 6:24.204 … Earned a trip to the A Final at the Longhorn Invite after placing third in the morning race, clocking out in 6:19.405 … Rowed to a third-place performance against No. 4 Ohio State (6:20.0), No. 3 Michigan (6:24.8) and Notre Dame (6:32.1) with a time of 6:29.8 … At the Clemson Invitational, earned a third-place finish in the B Final … The top four boats in the race were separated by just more than one second with the Blue Devils crossing the line in 6:34.468 to trail UCLA (6:33.454) and UCF (6:34.350) and hold off Oklahoma (6:34.525) … In the Clemson Invitational preliminary events, placed third in its opening heat (6:30.454) and fourth (6:33.516) in the other heat … Ended the regular season at the Dale England Cup, taking fourth with a time of 6:44.6 to trail Indiana (6:35.6), Notre Dame (6:39.2) and San Diego (6:43.55) … In the ACC Championship Grand Final, claimed fourth in a loaded race, crossing the line in 6:27.267 … Landed in the Grand Final of the conference championship after claiming second in the morning session’s opening heat with a time of 6:44.743, trailing only Syracuse’s 6:43.756 mark.
2015-16: A Second Team Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association All-Region selection who played a critical role with the V8 for the second straight year … opened the spring with the race-winning V8 at the Carolina Cup as the boat finished in 6:29.8 for the eighth-fastest time in program history … rowed with the V8 again at the Pac-12 Challenge, helping the boat to a pair of second-place finishes with times of 6:36.7 and 7:04.5 against UCLA and Stanford … at the Virginia Dual, V8 took second in 7:19.2 … helped the Blue Devils tie for first overall at the Dale England Cup with No. 14 Indiana and No. 17 Notre Dame … at the Cup, V8 placed third in two races, clocking times of 6:53.1 and 6:44.9 … ended the regular season at No. 9 Princeton as the boat took second in 7:03.3 … a member of the V8 for the ACC Championship as the boat placed second in a year-best 6:20.444 mark while helping Duke to a second-place overall finish, its best at the event since 2006 … V8 entered the event as the No. 5 seed and outrowed the competition to come in second, with a photo finish ahead of Syracuse … during the program’s first NCAA Championships appearance, with the V8 that placed 18th overall, finishing the C Final in 6:31.650 … crew also placed second in the C/D Semifinals (6:32.862) … in the fall, rowed with the V8 and V4 at the Princeton Chase and Rivanna Romp … placed 17th at the Chase with the V8 in 15:31.203 and third at the Romp in 13:21.9 … with the V4, came in fifth at the Chase (17:29.372) and also fifth at the Romp (15:03.6) ... member of the All-ACC Academic Team.
2015: The lone freshman who was part of the V8 and held her spot throughout the entire season … made debut at the spring’s first meet, against Clemson and Boston University, and helped the V8 finish second to the Tigers’ crew in both races (6:47.53/6:54.44) … helped the V8 capture the Cal Cup Grand Final at the San Diego Crew Classic with a time of 6:51.46 … the boat finished nearly five seconds ahead of second-place Kansas State in clinching the Blue Devils’ first V8 win at the Crew Classic since 2012 … group had qualified for Cal Cup Grand Final by winning its heat in 6:54.46 … in three races at the Clemson Invitational against seven ranked squads, helped the V8 finish fifth (6:53.1), sixth (6:45.6) and fifth (6:46.5) … helped the V8 qualify for the ACC Championship Grand Final after finishing third in the qualifying heat with a time of 6:29.0 … boat took sixth place (6:45.9) in the Grand Final.
High School: Attended the Upton Court Grammar School and rowed at Eton Excelsior Rowing Club for six years...named the Junior of the Year at Eton Excelsior in 2014...as a senior with Eton Excelsior, won the junior women’s quad event at the Head of the River Fours...also received a silver in the women’s J18 single at the National Schools Regatta...won gold medals in the women’s quad and women’s eight racing for England at the Home Countries International Regatta...also took part in the Henley Royal Regatta as a senior...during junior year, invited to attend the Great Britain Junior Team selection camp...received a bronze medal in the women’s J17 single at the National Schools Regatta...as a sophomore, attended the Great Britain Junior Team selection camp...the runner up at the Henley Women’s Regatta in the women’s J16 quad and received a bronze in the women’s J16 quads at the National Schools Regatta...during freshman year, received a gold medal in the Women’s J15 single and quads at the British Rowing Championships.
Personal: Born Katherine Juliet Maitland on Nov. 16, 1995...daughter of Alison and David Maitland...has one sister, Sophie.