Harlan Trevithick
Harlan  Trevithick

Assistant Coach/Recruiting

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Harlan Trevithick Named Assistant Coach for GW Women's Rowing

Former Cornell Captain Joins Colonials

Harlan Trevithick has joined the GW women's rowing program as an assistant coach in September 2015.

Her primary responsibility will be coaching freshman athletes, and she will play an integral role in recruiting.

Trevithick has over 14 years of racing, coaching and management experience in the sport of rowing. She comes to GW from the Capital Rowing Club in Washington, D.C., where she served as executive director for juniors and adaptive rowing. Also at CRC, she led Juniors After School Rowing, an academic and community service program.

Prior to CRC, Trevithick served as program director at Row New York, coaching rowing and providing academic support to underserved young people in New York City.

In college, Trevithick served as captain and won three varsity letters rowing at Cornell under Coach Hilary Gehman. As captain, Trevithick led the largest team in Cornell women's rowing history to its best season in eight years and contributed to its first national ranking since 2004. That year, the Big Red narrowly missed out on a berth to the NCAA Championships.

As a senior at Cornell, she was awarded the Charles Courtney Award for good scholastic work, integrity, discipline and consideration for fellow oarsmen.

In her junior season she was the recipient of the Lianne Ritter Memorial Award for the pursuit of excellence in rowing, scholarship and leadership. Trevithick also served her last two years at Cornell on the Red Key Athletic Honor Society.

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