AS A SENIOR IN 2012
Senior tri-captain ... Daktronics All-America Second Team ... Capital One Academic All-America Third Team ... Daktronics and NSCAA All-West Region First Team ... All-CCAA First Team ... Capital One Academic All-District 8 First Team ... Started all 24 matches at left back ... Started all 91 matches UCSD played during her four years ... Compiled four goals and six assists in her final college campaign for 14 total points, fifth-most on the team ... Goals and points marked single-season career bests ... Left the program ranked No. 5 all-time with 33 career assists ... Again served as the Tritons' primary set-piece specialist, handling free kicks and corners ... Struck for her only career two-goal brace, both from free kicks with the latter the winner, during a 4-1 road defeat of Humboldt State (10/7) ... Produced her sixth career two-assist game vs. San Francisco State (9/7) ... Converted her attempts in a pair of penalty-kick tiebreak successes, knocking home the clincher vs. Sonoma State (11/4) in the CCAA Championship final, and then finding the back of the net in a must-make situation vs. Colorado Mines (11/18) in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... Accounted for UCSD's first goal of 2012 from a first-half corner kick and later added an assist off a corner to senior back-line partner Ellen Wilson in opener vs. Central Washington (9/1) ... Also used a corner kick to set up Wilson's headed opener vs. Western Washington (11/16) in the NCAA Third Round ... Earlier assisted Gabi Hernandez via corner kick vs. Seattle Pacific (11/10) in the NCAA Second Round, with another corner ultimately leading to Jessica Wi's double-overtime winner ... Corner kick set up Cassie Callahan's 75th-minute winner at San Francisco State (9/23) ... Scored from long range during 5-1 rout at Cal Poly Pomona (9/21) ... In all, five of six assists came directly from corner kicks, with two going down as game-winners ... Three of four goals were from set pieces ... UCSDtritons.com Athlete of the Week (10/8).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2011
Daktronics All-America Second Team ... Daktronics and NSCAA All-West Region First Team ... All-CCAA First Team ... Started all 20 matches at left back and played the fourth-most minutes on the squad (1,801) ... Tallied 13 assists on the year, tied for the third-most in a single season in school history ... The total led the CCAA and was tied for seventh-most in the NCAA Division II ... Moved into 10th-place for career assists at UCSD with 27 ... Made up one-third of a Triton back line that boasted the lowest goals-against average in Division II (0.211) and allowed the least amount of goals through the regular season with four ... Compiled eight assists over a five-match stretch (9/18-10/2), with at least one in each ... Had three two-assist performances.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2010
Earned All-CCAA honorable mention ... Started all of the Tritons' 25 matches at left back ... Logged the fourth-most minutes on the team (2,293) ... Recorded 12 points from a single goal and 10 assists ... Only Triton player to account for double-digit assists ... Scored a goal and had an assist in a 3-0 win vs. Cal State Dominguez Hills (9/12) ... Put together a pair of two-assist matches at Cal State Monterey Bay (9/24) and vs. Cal Poly Pomona (10/3) ... Had two assists in the NCAA Championship ... Became the Tritons' free kick and corner kick specialist ... CCAA All-Academic.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2009
Appeared in and started all of UCSD’s 22 matches ... Finished first in points among the Triton defenders, as she totaled eight from two goals and four assists ... Assisted on Sarah McTigue's 86th-minute game-winner vs. Chico State (11/14) in the NCAA Second Round ... First career goal came in a 3-1 victory vs. Humboldt State (10/4) ... Tallied winner from distance in the 13th minute vs. Cal Poly Pomona (10/25) ... Ended the school year on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll at the Bronze Level (includes GPAs from 3.000-3.299).
A 2009 graduate of Maria Carrillo High School in Santa Rosa ... Lettered in basketball, track and soccer ... Named the school’s senior Female Athlete of the Year in 2009 ... Helped the track team to four league championships ... Chosen Team MVP in soccer as a senior while also being selected to the All-Empire First Team.
Born Oct. 9, 1990 ... Parents are John Johnson and Rochelle Cook ... Has a brother named Vince ... Environmental systems major with a minor in marine sciences at Marshall College ... Enjoys extreme sports in her free time ... Favorite athlete is Steve Nash ... Favorite pro teams are the San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants and Golden State Warriors.