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Tina Brown
Tina Brown

Sport:
Women's Rowing (1986-90)



02/18/2012

Eight Inductees Enter GW Athletic Hall of Fame

49th Class Brings GW Hall of Fame Membership to 144

12/02/2011

GW Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2012 to Include Eight Inductees

Mike Bassett, Christina Brown, Jack Kvancz, Ingrid Wicker-McCree, Joe McKeown, Chris Monroe, Shawnta Rogers and Jim Tarr to be Inducted on February 18th, 2012

04/09/2012

Tina Brown

Tina Brown is one of the most accomplished women's rowers in the history of the 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 consecutive second-place finishes at Collegiate Nationals. She competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain, and later returned to GW as an assistant coach under Paul Wilkins and helped guided the Colonials to an unprecedented run of success.

2012 ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE

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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