SRRC Athlete of the Week
“On fire”, on a roll”, “in the zone”, all great figures of speech intended to describe that unique state of mind that every SRRC athlete strives to tap into. As all of our team members are dedicated to achieving greatness, we wanted to highlight specific accomplishments of drive, confidence, calm, focus and athletic achievement.
Take a moment and help us celebrate our athletes and help us recognize their achievements while we encourage all to follow their journey. Let us congratulate Emily Dinh, Joseph Coyne and Abigail Miller as our SRRC Athletes of the Week.
Emily Dinh is snowboarder of the week. Coach Jeff says,” This is Emily’s first year with SRRC. She has been consistently improving and can perform in all kinds of weather/conditions. It’s been a true test this season and Emily is passing with flying colors!”
Emily Dinh Facts
- Began Skiing at 3 Years Old
- Attends Centerville Elementary School
- 9 Years Old
- Honor Japanese Reading Program
- Nursing in Her Future
Emily is 9 years old. She is the daughter of Charles and Yuri Dinh. Younger sister Kylie (8) also snowboards for SRRC. They live in Urbana, MD. She is in the fourth grade at Centerville Elementary School. Her favorite subjects are science and reading.
Athletic & Fluent in Japanese
She also attends Washington Japanese Language School and is in the honor Japanese reading program. She attended Sakunokuchi Elementary School in Japan last summer in an exchange program. Emily started snowboarding at just 3 years old. By age 5, she could do heel and toe turns. Her favorite runs are the 1.5 mile CUPP run and Camp 99 at Snowshoe, WV.
Traveling Nurse in Her Future
Emily has played field hockey for the last three seasons and loves it. She enjoys playing the clarinet with Mom and friends. She is very creative and paints in her free time. Her owl painting was selected for an exhibit in the Frederick County Public school. She loves traveling and collecting Christmas ornaments with her dad. She would like to become a pediatric nurse.
Joseph Coyne is skier of the week. When it comes to having an athlete who is willing to focus, learn and adapt - Jospeh is our guy! Watching him on the snow is an incredible experience as he has a a strong respect for the sport and is ready to ski at a moments notice.
Joseph Coyne Facts
- Skiing Since 2 Years Old
- Enjoys Tech Education
- Will Ski Anywhere
- Attends Northern Middle School
- 1st in the State Slalom Race
Joseph Coyne is skier of the week for placing first in the state slalom race and second in the overall state standings. Joe is the son of Jenn and Dan Coyne. He has three brothers Pat (6), Jack (4), and Murph (2). They live in Dillsburg, PA with their 2 dogs, cat, and 9 chickens.
Snow Bound Skier
Joe has been skiing since age 2. This is his fourth year with SRRC. He likes to ski anywhere there is snow. He has a bright future in skiing and is motivated. Joseph is truly understanding why it is important to improve and he is well on his way to great things!
Well Rounded Athlete
He is a 6th grader at Northern Middle School, where he is a straight A student. He enjoys Tech Ed and Social Studies. When not skiing, he plays on two lacrosse teams. He also enjoys mountain biking, reading, and gaming. He hopes to continue racing through high school and college.
Abigail Miller is skier of the week for placing second in the U14 Derby. She will be competing in the U14 Eastern championships for the first time at Whiteface next weekend. She is daughter of Andy and Tammy Miller. Andy is a member of the Roundtop Mountain Resort Ski Patrol. Her brother Jackson (11) also races for SRRC. Her favorite place to ski is Aspen/Snowmass.
Abigail Miller Facts
- Placing 2nd in the U14 Derby
- Loves Math & Science
- 8th Grader at York Suburban Middle School.
- Competing in the U14 Eastern Championships
- Loves To Travel
She lives in York, PA. She is in the 8th grade at York Suburban Middle School. Her favorite subjects are science and math. She mountain bikes on the York Composite Cycling Club, plays lacrosse, and plays tennis. She loves the preseason training (AMP) with Coach JR Ostman.
Snowboard & Wakeboarding
She loves to travel to new places, and most recently has traveled to Portugal this summer with her family. She wants to become an aerospace engineer
Abigail has a huge heart and is a world class athlete for sure. The love and support she receives from her family and team is off the charts! We know Abigail will be doing great things in her future and are excited to be a part of her growth.