Trofym Anderson ’14
GW Crew alumni Trofym Anderson ’14 won a Gold medal for Canada at the 2014 Under 23 World Rowing Championships in Varese, Italy.
Rowing bow in the coxed four, Anderson and his crew clinched the World Championship Gold completing the course in a blazing time of 6:13.85. New Zealand was 0.6 seconds behind in 6:14.49, followed by France (6:19.32), Great Britain (6:19.63), United States (6:20.02) and Italy (6:22.86).
Tina Brown (’90) is one of the most accomplished women’s rowers in the history of George Washington University. The 1990 Lynn George Outstanding Female Athlete Award recipient, Brown was instrumental in helping the GW Varsity 4 to some of its best finishes in program history, including victories at the 1990 Dad Vail Regatta and consecutive second-place finishes at Collegiate Nationals (1989-90).
Brown is one of three female rowers from GW to represent the United States at the national level, as she competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. Brown returned to GW in 1993 as an assistant coach and helped head coach Paul Wilkins guide the Colonials to an unprecedented run of success.
She currently serves as head rowing coach at Orcas Island Rowing Association in Olga, Wash.
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Linda S. Miller was a two-year Colonials letter winner in women’s rowing in 1993 and ’94 after transferring to GW from Boston University. Her efforts helped to elevate the women’s program. Miller, elected captain as a senior by her teammates, was a member of the GW Varsity 8 that won the Southern Intercollegiate Rowing Association (SIRA) Regatta. She also won a bronze medal at the Champion International Regatta (now the ECAC League Championship).
For the next six years, Miller trained full-time for the U.S. National Team (’94-2000) in an effort to pursue her dream of becoming an Olympic athlete. During that time, she was a member of the national team at the 1997, ’98 and ’99 World Rowing Championships. She won a bronze medal in the women’s pair at the 1998 World Championships at Cologne, Germany and a silver medal in the women’s eight at the ’99 World Championships in St. Catharine’s, Canada.
In 2000, Miller became GW’s third women’s rowing Olympian when she earned a seat in the U.S. women’s eight at Sydney, Australia. Racing in the premier event six years after concluding her GW rowing career, Miller helped the U.S. to a sixth place finish.
A native Washingtonian and a member of the Potomac Boat Club, Miller, is a graduate of T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va. Married to Martin Lowenfish, she and her husband live in Washington, have one son, Luke. Earning a Master of Public Policy at GW in 2005, she is now a policy analyst at the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO).
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