George Washington men's rowing senior Trofym Anderson was recently honored at the Rowing Canada Awards Gala for his success at the Canadian Rowing National Championships.
Holtz, a lifelong native of Severna Park, Md., averaged 8.6 points on 51 percent shooting and 5.2 rebounds in 48 games at GW from 1988-90 before completing his collegiate career at Niagara University. He was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Freshman Team in 1989 after averaging 11.4 points and 6.3 rebounds, including a 23-point, 10-rebound double-double in a victory over Massachusetts, the Colonials' lone victory that season.
After his collegiate career, Holtz spent a decade traversing the globe as a pro in Spain, Portugal, Germany, Finland, Israel, Brazil and Puerto Rico. Following his playing career, Holtz followed his father's footsteps in law enforcement as a U.S. Capitol Police Officer.
Read more about the life of Sergeant Clint Holtz in the Washington Post here, and leave a message of sympathy or memory of Clint for his Mom, family and friends here.
After its second week of competition, the George Washington gymnastics team remains nationally ranked on both vault and floor exercise.
On a day many George Washington students were around the district for Martin Luther King Day and MLK Day of Service, the Colonials and Patriots helped hand out hundreds of Coats for Kids, the Children's Charities Foundation's charitable drive aided by funds raised at the annual BB&T Classic.
Check out some photos of the afternoon here.