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Victoria Johnson
Position: Western
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Olympia, Wash.
High School: Tumwater H.S.
Major: Animal Science

2014-15: Competed in all but one of the team’s 15 meets in horsemanship as a sophomore, posting a 5-8-1 record ... her five wins on the season gave her 12 for her career, which puts her in second on the all-time horsemanship career wins list SDSU ... scored a season-high 73.5 in a loss at No. 5 Kansas State (9/26) ... scored a 73 in the first of three straight wins at No. 2 Oklahoma State (9/27) ... also scored a 73 in a home win over Minnesota-Crookston (10/18) ... capped the win streak with a score of 72 at Texas A&M (10/25) ... carded a 71 in a home win over SMU (11/01) ... equaled her season-high score of 73.5 in a win vs. UT-Martin (11/14) ... her lone tie of the season came at No. 5 ranked and top seed Fresno State (3/27) at the United Equestrian Conference Championships ... Beval Saddlery Academic Second Team selection

2013-14: Competed in 11 of the 12 meets in horsemanship as a freshman, posting a 7-4 record with one MOP ... earned her first collegiate win and earned her first-career MOP with a score of 74 vs. New Mexico State (9/28) at the Willis Invitational ... followed up her first win with a season-high score of 77 in a win at Baylor (9/28) at the Willis Invitational ... made it three wins in a row at SMU (11/1) ... rode to a win with a score of 72.5 vs. No. 3 TCU (11/9) at the New Mexico State Tournament ... scored a 72 in a home win vs. No. 5 Kansas State (2/1) ... closed the season with a pair of wins at the Independent Championship Tournament at the DeHaan Equestrian Center vs. No. 8 Fresno State (3/28) and vs. UT-Martin (3/29)

Before SDSU: Competed in various American Quarter Horse Association, Appaloosa Horse Club and National Snaffle Bit Association horse shows .. also competed in equestrian at Tumwater High School ... won two world champion titles, along with multiple top-five and top-10 finishes in her career, including a third place finish in horsemanship and an eighth place finish in novice western pleasure at the 2011 Appaloosa Youth World Show ... earned Mount Rainer Appaloosa Club year-end youth all-around champion honors in 2011 ... graduated high school with a 3.5 grade point average