Kimmie Kreuzberger
Kimmie Kreuzberger
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Sausalito, Calif.
High School: Marin Catholic HS
Position: Sprint Freestyle

2012-13: Placed ninth in the 100 freestyle (50.98), 12th in the 200 freestyle (1:51.56), 22nd in the 50 freestyle (23.93), contributed to a third place finish in 400 free relay and a fifth place in the 200 free relay at the MPSF Championships…Finished in second-place in the 100 freestyle against Pacific and LMU on Feb. 3 with a time of 53.39…Notched a third place finish in the 100 freestyle with a time of 53.65 against Cal State Bakersfield on Dec. 15…Added two more third place finishes in the 100 freestyle (53.16) and the 50 freestyle (24.46) in a meet against UNLV on Jan. 19.

Graduated from Marin Catholic High School…Earned All-American honors two times…Voted team MVP in 2011…Named Marin County’s Most Valuable Women’s Swimmer in 2011…Also swam for Marin Pirates.

Kimberlyn, “Kimmie, ” Kreuzberger was born September 9, 1994 in Greenbrae, Calif. to parents Dana and Neil Kreuzberger…Has one older sister named Kayla…Enjoys reading, photography, wakeboarding, snowboarding, writing, hiking and being outdoors…Favorite movies are “Pearl Harbor” and “Gladiator”…Favorite author is Dan Brown…Most memorable athletic achievement was being named Marin County’s Most Valuable Women’s Swimmer in 2011…Personal heroes are Kara Lynn Joyce, Lacey Nymeyer and her sister Kayla…Favorite aspect of college swimming is the unity between the team…Is a communication major.