FANDOM


Johanna Gorman-Baer
Johanna
Johanna Gorman-Baer's 2014 league photo
Vital statistics
Nickname Unknown
Career Record 30-24
Postseason Record 4-4-1
Status Active
Physical attributes
Age 25
Height 5'7"
Weight Featherweight
Team Affiliation
Current Team The Phoenix (2014 - )
Previous Teams The Corsairs (2012-2013)

The Legion (2011) The Roses (2009-2010)

Johanna Gorman-Baer is a competitor in the Midwest Combat Chess League, currently signed to The Phoenix.

HistoryEdit

2009Edit

[ Archive Retrieval Error....]

2010Edit

[ Archive Retrieval Error....]

2011Edit

[ Archive Retrieval Error....]

2012Edit

[ Archive Retrieval Error....]

2013Edit

Gorman-Baer was again drafted to The Corsairs in 2013 and proved to be a valuable asset to their roster as they repeated at League Champions. During the 2013 Championship Match Gorman-Baer had a Rapier & Offhand contest against Missy Iverson that ended in a Draw.

2014Edit

Like much of the 2013 Championship team, Gorman-Baer was redrafted to The Corsairs. However, she was among many team veterans that opted not join the team after Chris Marchand's sacking as the teams King. Gorman-Baer, along with 2013 team members Jena Young, Andrew Gullikson, Eric Cohen, Jon Bigelow, and Rachel Bigelow were acquired from the Free Agent pool by The Phoenix. Following Rachel Bigelow's exit from the team after Week 4 due to injury Gorman-Baer was asked to replace Bigelow on the team's coaching staff, but NOT as Queen (the position was filled by Steffi O'Brien). Some saw this as a snub on Gorman-Baer by team mangement, but Gorman-Baer quickly squashed the rumors and stated that she not only supported the decision to bring O'Brien on as Queen, but had a hand in making the decision.

Fighting StyleEdit

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.