|Hometown:||Chevy Chase, Md.|
|High School:||St. John's College HS|
|Points||23||at Columbia, 2/28/14
||vs Marist, 11/20/10|
||Twice, last vs. Columbia, 3/3/12
||4x, last vs Brown, 2/23/13
||vs. Bryant, 12/7/11
||at Bryant, 11/28/10
|10+ Point Games||30|
|20+ Point Games||2|
|5+ Assist Games||15|
|5+ Steal Games||N/A|
Senior (2013-14): All-Ivy League Honorable Mention … Was limited to 21 games (all starts) in her final year due to a mid-season illness … Averaged 10.4 points per game … Scored double digits in 10 games and set a personal-best of 23 points at Columbia (2/28) … Recorded a team-high 65 assists … Averaged 35 minutes per game … Shot in the 30 percent range from the field (37.0) and 30.6 from the outside … Made 40 free throws for an 83.3 percentage … Played the first three games of the season and then missed the following seven games … Made her return against La Salle (12/29) … Scored 16 points in a loss in the Ivy League opener against Harvard (1/11) … Averaged 9.8 points in the month of January … Had 20 points and seven assists in a home deficit to Columbia (2/15) … Was a perfect 3-of-3 from outside and 8-of-8 from the line against the Lions (2/28) … Scored 15 points in her final collegiate game against Yale (3/8) … Collected 19 steals on the season … Had an assist/turnover ratio of 1.2.
Junior (2012-13): All-Ivy League Honorable Mention … Named to Blue Sky Classic All-Tournament Team … Made 25 starts as a junior … Averaged 8.9 points (222 total) and 3.2 rebounds (81 total) … Dished out 1.7 assists (42 total) … Scored in double figures in 10 games … Zimmer’s 8.9 points was second-best on the Dartmouth squad … Career-best 19 points in a loss at Princeton (2/15) … Opened Ivy League action with double figures in four of first five games … Closed the season by scoring in double figures in three of the last five games ... Season-best five assists on two occasions … Recorded three or more assists on nine occasions … Dartmouth’s sharp shooter, leading the team from long range … Shot .341 percent (29-of-85) from long range … Drilled a season-best three triples on four occasions … Averaged 1.2 three-pointers per game to lead the team … Grabbed six rebounds on three occasions … Posted a season-high four steals against Brown (2/23) … Ranked ninth in the Ivy League in three-point field goal percentage (.341) and 14th in triples per game (1.2) … Ranked fifth in minutes played (31.9).
Sophomore (2011-12): Started in 26 games during her sophomore campaign ... Averaged 6.0 points (156 total) and 3.1 rebounds (81 total) per game ... Scored in double figures in four games, including a season-high 17 points against Columbia (3/3) ... Second on the team in three-point field goal percentage, shooting at a .323 clip (21-of-65) ... Tied her career-high with seven assists against Columbia (3/3), she recorded seven assists twice on the season ... Posted at least five assists seven times throughout the season ... One of Dartmouth's top free throw shooters ... Went 27-of-34 from the charity stripe (.794 percent), which ranked third-best on the team ... Drilled a season-best three triples on three occasions ... Ranked third best on the team with 21 three-pointers on the season ... Ranked third in the Ivy League with 3.5 assists per game ... Fifth in the Ivy League in minutes (33.3) and fourth in assist/turnover ration (1.0).
Freshman (2010-11): Started 13 games in her rookie campaign, before being sidelined with injury ... Averaged 8.3 points per game (108) and 4.2 rebounds per game (55) ... Scored in double figures in six games, including a career-best 18 points at Bryant (11/28) ... Recorded a career-high nine rebounds in a 66-51 win over rival Vermont (11/24) ... Dished out a career-high four assists in a win over Bryant (11/28) ... Was shooting at a .310 clip (39-of-124) before going down with injury in the middle of January ... Was the first Dartmouth freshman to start her first collegiate game since 2004 and was the first freshman point guard to start a game since 2002.
Before Dartmouth: Played four years of varsity basketball for St. John's, serving as team captain both her junior and senior years ... As a senior, led her team to a 27-6 overall record and the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Championship game, in which she was the leading scorer ... After missing her junior year with injury, Zimmer picked up a host of honors as a senior (2009-10), most notably the Gatorade State Player of the Year for Washington, DC ... Named to the Washington Post All-Met first team ... Unanimous selection for All-WCAC first team ... Also a McDonald's All-America nominee ... Became the first St. John's player since Marissa Coleman, All-America for Maryland (2009) to win both Gatorade Player of the Year and first team All-Met honors ... Also named All-WCAC honorable mention as a sophomore ... Played AAU for the Lady Runnin' Rebels (Bill McDonough), leading her team to a 27-3 record in the summer of 2009 ... Team advanced to the finals at the Nike Summer Showcase in Chicago, the largest club event in the nation, and ranked in the top-10 nationally.
Off Court: Received the Achievement with Distinction academic honor all four years of high school ... Active in community service ... May study economics at Dartmouth.
Personal: Born May 24, 1992 in Washington, DC ... Daughter of Rob Zimmer and Yvette Chocolaad ... Has one brother and one sister ... Aunt, Laura Zimmer, played basketball at Vermont Tech ... Cousin, Charity Czerwinski played basketball at Oral Roberts and was the Wyoming Gatorade State Player of the Year in 2004.