Kylie Masse represented the city of Windsor / Canada in the International Childrens Games 2011 Lanarkshire / Scotland and 2012 Daegu / Republic of Korea.

For the second time this season, LaSalle swimmer Kylie Masse has been named OUA female athlete of the week.

A Sandwich high school grad and Windsor Essex Swim Team product, Masse helped the University of Toronto Varsity Blues capture the school’s first national title since 1996-97 at the CIS championships in Quebec City.

The 20-year-old Masse, who is a second-year kinesiology major, swept the 50-, 100- and 200-metre backstroke events and set a new CIS record in each event along with a Canadian long-course record in the 50-metre event.

Masse also won a silver medal in the 200-metre individual medley while winning gold with Toronto’s 400-metre freestyle relay team and a pair of silver medals with the 200-metre freestyle relay team and 400-metre medley relay team.

For her efforts, Masse was named CIS female swimmer of the year.

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