Fiona McKellar
Fiona McKellar
Height: 5-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Palos Verdes, Calif.
High School: Vistamar
Major: Aerospace Engineering

2018-19:
- Competed in nine regattas as a junior
- In the fall, placed second in the A Division at the Harry Anderson Trophy, tenth in the B Division at the Moody Trophy as well as 12th at the Oberg Trophy, the Captain Hurst Bowl and the Hatch Brown Trophy
- In the spring, placed third in the B Division at the Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup and seventh at both the Mystic Lake Team Race Invite and the Sharpe Trophy.

2017-18:

- Competed in 12 regattas as a sophomore all as the crew
- In the fall, took home first place in the A Division at the George Warren Smith Trophy as well as fourth in the B Division at the Harry Anderson Trophy, sixth in the A Division at the Oberg Trophy, sixth in the A Division and seventh in the C Division at the Captain Hurst Bowl, ninth in the B Division at the Hood Trophy, ninth at the Midweek Firefly and 17th in the C Division at the Hatch Brown Trophy
- In the spring, placed second at the MIT Team Race Invitational, fourth at the Boston University Team Race, fourth in the B Division at the Boston Dinghy Club Challenge Cup, fifth in the A Division at the Oberg Trophy and seventh at the Mystic Lake Team Race Invite.

2016-17:
[SEASON RESULTS]
- Competed in eight regattas as a freshman – two as the skipper and six as the crew
- Aided the Engineers to their first Boston Dinghy Challenge Cup in the spring
- During the fall season, sailed in five races as she finished fifth in the A Division at the Nickerson Trophy, fifth in the B Division at the FJ Invitational, eighth in the C Division at the Oberg Trophy, eighth in the A Division at the Harvard Invitational and 15th in the A Division at the Loder Trophy
- In the spring, finished second in the C Division at the Thompson Trophy, fourth in the C Division at the Boston Dinghy Challenge Cup and seventh in the Geiger Team Race

On Dry Land at MIT: 
- Majoring in aerospace engineering with a minor in computer science
- UROP in virtual reality for physics and football helmet safety
- Admissions blogger

High School:

- A 2016 graduate of Vistamar High School
- Was a skipper and a member of the crew in high school racing cFJ's and c420's
- Also sailed for the Camden Yacht Club 
- Commodore's Cup in 2014 
- Also played soccer in high school
- Torch and Laurel Honor Society
- Member of the Newspaper and Robotics Clubs
- Gave tours and worked open hourses
- Book Club Leader
- NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing winner 
- AP Award
- National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists Award of Excellence