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Miller Earns CRCA National Scholar-Athlete Honors

Catriona Miller was honored as a CRCA National Scholar Athlete.
Catriona Miller was honored as a CRCA National Scholar Athlete.

May 23, 2012

Loyola University Maryland women's rowing senior Catriona Miller was honored as a Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association National Scholar Athlete, the organization announced on Tuesday.

To be honored as a National Scholar Athlete, the student-athlete must have rowed in her institution's NCAA or IRA eligible boats for a minimum of 75-percent of the spring races and has a 3.5 cumulative grade-point average for her career.

Miller was a stand-out performer in her four years at Loyola and was named team MVP this season. A two-year captain, Miller helped the women's varsity four to three MAAC Boat of the Week honors.

The Center Valley, Pa., led Loyola to a first-place finish at the Jesuit Invitational and in the petite final of the Knecht Cup this season. She also was a member of the lightweight four squad that won the IRA National Championship in 2010.

Miller was honored at Loyola's annual Athletic Awards Banquet as being the female student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average during her tenure at Loyola, finishing with a 3.83 GPA.

Miller joins Liz Staub, who earned the honor in 2010.

"This is a great achievement for Catriona and the Loyola rowing program," said head coach Al Ramirez. "Catriona has been the epitome of a student-athlete during her time with the Greyhounds, working hard both at practice and in the classroom. It is a pleasure to see her efforts be recognized with an honor from the CRCA."



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