Athletes must maintain a minimum 3.5 GPA
Finish 19th overall
Varsity four finishes runner-up to advance to C Final
Conditions led to season bests and NCAA records for GU
Dept. record 158 student-athletes recognized on President's or Dean's List
Gonzaga wins the 2017 women's rowing WCC Championship.
2016-17: Finished 19th with the second varsity eight boat at the NCAA Championships, setting a new record time … won the WCC Championship with the second varsity eight … took fifth in the B Final at the Clemson Invitational with the second varsity eight … CRCA National Scholar-Athlete Team.
2014-15: Placed first in the first novice at the Head of the Spokane…placed second in the morning and afternoon sessions of the Lake Natoma Invitational in the second varsity eight boat…took second at the WCC Championships in the second varsity eight…finished first in the second varsity eight boat the the NCAA Championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School in Colorado Springs, Colo.…played three sports, volleyball, basketball, and track and field…earned basketball MVP and the Doc Stowell Award…was also on the President’s List all four years of high school with a 4.2 weighted GPA
MISC: Daughter of Chris and Deni Johnson...has a brother, Ryan and sister, Carrie…her mom ran track and field and played soccer for the Naval Academy…majoring in nursing and hopes to become a pediatric nurse…loved the Gonzaga community and the emphasis on growing holistically.
05/27/2017 - Close Races All Day In The C/D Semifinals At NCAA Championships
05/26/2017 - NCAA Time Records Drop In First Day At NCAA Championships For Zags
05/24/2017 - (RV) Bulldogs Making Third-Straight Trip To NCAA Championships
05/18/2017 - Field Set For The 2017 NCAA Rowing Championships
05/13/2017 - Zags Claim Their Third-Straight WCC Championship, NCAA Championships Next
05/11/2017 - Zags In Search Of Third-Straight WCC Championship
05/11/2017 - Zags Lead The WCC With Four First Team All-Academic Selections
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