Caitlin Fai
Caitlin Fai
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Newton, Mass.
High School: Noble and Greenough School
Major: Psychology
House Affiliation: Currier

Sophomore • 2012
Rowed in the three position of the varsity four B which finished fourth in the grand final, helping Radcliffe claim the first ever Ivy League Championship Regatta May 13 ... Contributed in the varsity four B to Radcliffe’s sweep of No. 20 Dartmouth and Syracuse to claim the O’Leary Cup April 14 …  Sat in the one seat of the varsity four B for Radcliffe’s first-place finish (8:30.6) at the Class of 1975 Cup April 7 … Rowed in the one seat of the third varsity eight as Radcliffe topped Brown March 31 … Helped the varsity four B to win the Beanpot over rivals Boston College, MIT and Northeastern.

Freshman • 2011
Rowed with the third varsity eight six times and the varsity four B twice … Led the third varsity eight to a 6:53.72 second-place finish in the petite final at the EAWRC Sprints … Contributed to a runner-up finish, ahead of Boston University and Boston College at the Beanpot April 30 … Helped the varsity four B place second ahead of Minnesota and Syracuse at the Charles River Challenge.

Before Harvard
On varsity crew for three years during which she rowed in the bow seat … Third boat placed third at NEIRA Championships in 2008, and in ’09 first boat won first place … Placed seventh at Nationals in 2009, and second boat placed sixth in ’10 … Won the Miller Award, given to the best student-athlete in the school … Played on league-champion field hockey and ice hockey teams … All-New England player in ’09 for field hockey … All-league honorable mention for ice hockey in 2010 … Member of the Cum Laude Society and graduated with high distinction … Editor-in-chief of her high school’s literary and arts magazine … Recipient of the Davidson Award for music and the Bramhall-Bridge Purchase Prize for her work in AP photography … Member of Student Life Council and string ensemble, and officer in Asian Culture Club.

Hobbies include photography, ceramics, piano and violin … Hockey teammate of Harvard hockey players Jackie Young and Marissa Gedman.