Kaylee Goff
Kaylee Goff
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Mission Viejo, Calif.
Position: port/stbd

As a senior (2018): Competed with the second varsity eight in nine spring races, and competed with the varsity four on two occasions…sat at the six seat with the second varsity eight that won silver at the WIRA Championship…was in the four seat for the boat’s silver medal winning performance at the American Athletic Conference Championship…first seven races with the second varsity eight came in the six seat before the final two came in the four seat…sat in the two seat with the varsity four in both races at the Lake Natoma Invitational…an American Athletic Conference All-Academic selection for the second straight year.

As a junior (2017):
Competed with both the varsity four and second varsity four during her first season with the Hornets…rowed primarily with the varsity four, sitting at stroke or the two seat for each of the boat’s final 10 spring races…sat in the two seat five times, and at stroke five times…helped the boat to first place finishes at the Hornet Invitational and the WIRA Championship…also competed with the second varsity four on two occasions, once at stroke and once in the two seat…an American Athletic Conference all-academic selection.

Prior to Sacramento State: Attended Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif., from 2013-16…joined the rowing team in January of 2015 and competed two spring seasons for the Pirates.

High School: A 2013 graduate of El Toro High School in Lake Forest, Calif…played four years with the lacrosse team.

Personal: A biology major…parents are Robert and Carrie Goff.