Two former legendary sports figures of John Muir High School in Pasadena, Inger Miller and Coach Jim Brownfield, will be honored by the National football Foundation at the organizations 20th Annual Rose Bowl Golf Tournament on December 14, 2009. The affair will be held at the Brookside Golf Course Club House starting at 10 am with a dinner to follow at 5:00 pm that Monday.
Inger Miller, the former Muir High School Girls Track Team Sprint Record Holder, USC All-American, World and National Champion, plus an Olympic Gold Medal Winner, will act as the National Football Foundations "Lady of the Year" as well as the Golf Tournaments honored "Queen". Miller is presently Partner of the Miller-Hawkins Productions in Altadena.
Inger Miller (left) Olympic Gold Medal winner, and Coach Jim Brownfield (right) honored Hall of Fame Coach, will be recognized at the National Football Foundations “Rose Bowl Golf Tournament” on December 14, 2009. Brownfield was Miller's High School coach when she attended Muir High School in the late 1980’s. Both have been long time friends ever since!
Coach Jim Brownfield, A long-time community icon and popular sports figure, was Inger Miller's coach when she attended Muir High School in the late 1980's. Brownfield also has been honored by the California Coaches Association and the National High School Athletic Coaches Association, by being enshrined into the organization's Hall of Fame.
Recently Coach Brownfield has spent 9 months in the hospital under-going complicated open heart surgery in addition to complications with his digestive track. His first official public appearance will be the Foundations Golf Tournament.
Tickets to the affair are limited.