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Johanna Timmer
Position: Star
Height: 6'2"
Year: Senior
City/State: North Fork, CA
High School: Sierra HS

2007-2008:  Named to 2008 First Team All-West Coast Conference...named to the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association 2008 National Scholar Athlete for Division I...named to the 2008 WCC All-Academic Team...invited to the 2008 Women’s National Team/U-23 Summer Selection Camp, it was her second appearance at the US Rowing National Camps after being invited to the Freshman camp in 2006...rowed primarily with the varsity eight’s...on 10/15/07 helping the varsity eight boat to a fifth place finish at the Head of the Port...on 10/20/07 helped the varsity eight boat to an eighth place finish out of 50 boats at the 43rd Head of the Charles, it was the highest finish for the Gaels at the Head of the Charles...on 10/28/07 competed in the varsity eight boat, helping the Gaels finish eighth out of 18 with a time of 18:41...on 11/10/07 helped the SMC open four boat “A” win gold at the Head of the Lagoon, finishing with a time of 22:02...on 3/16/08 rowed in the varsity eight boat that too second with a time of 7:03.4 at the Sacramento State Invitational...4/6/08 helped the varsity eight boat finished seventh out of 23 boats in the San Diego Crew Classic, beating the likes of Kansas State, Santa Clara, Colorado, and Texas...on 4/20/08 rowed in the varsity eight boat that finished second at the Stanford Invitational with a time of 7:29.50... on 4/26/08 rowed in the varsity eight boat against Cal in a duel race, beating the Bears by a full four seconds, finishing with a time of 6:56.28...rowed in the varsity eight boat that placed third in the WCC Championships on 5/1/08, with a time of 6:54.7, which was the second fastest finish in Gaels history... on 5/4/08 helped the varsity eight boat finish second in the Petite Finals at the WIRA Championships with a time of 6:54.7, which was the fourth best time of 11 Division I boats...also helped the SMC varsity four advance to the Grand Finale, finishing fourth overall with a time of 7:51.
 

2006-2007 Rowed in the varsity-8 and varsity-4 boats for her sophomore season...at the Sacramento Invitational, helped the varsity-8 finish second overall beating out both Stanford and Santa Clara...helped the varsity-8 post a first place finish at the Santa Clara Invitational, defeating Santa Clara by six seconds...at the WCC Championships, from the stroke position, led the varsity-8 to second place for their race pulling in 12 points for the Gaels and placing them second overall, the second place finish was the best finish ever in the history of the Gaels' rowing team...helped the varsity-4 boat capture its third consecutive gold medal at the WIRA Championships.

2005-2006: Rowed in the varsity-8 and the novice-4 in her freshman campaign...was one of 21 freshman rowers in the country to be invited to attend the 2005 Women's Nation Team freshman Camp...helped the novice-4 win the gold medal at the WIRA Championships...at the San Diego Crew Classic, helped the varisty-8 won the petite final of the Women's Cal Cup...at the Lexington Reservoir Competition, helped the varsity-8 defeat Sonoma State and Santa Clara by 14 and 19 seconds, respectively...at the WCC Championships, helped the varsity-8 to a fourth place finish ...helped the Gaels to an overall third place finish at the WCC Championships, the best finish in the history of the program.

High School: Lettered in basketball and track at Sierra High School...earned three letters in track and two in basketball...helped her basketball team earn two league championships...was a second team all-league selection.

Personal: Born on November 15, 1985 to Don and Sue Timmer...hobbies include kayaking, hiking, and horseback riding.