2013: Averaged 7.88 assists per set in six matches ... Had a team-high 19 assists, six digs, and tied season highs with three kills and two block assists at LSU while playing three sets of action ... Had four assists and two digs in the third set at No. 19 Kentucky ... Passed out a season-high 40 assists to go with her eight digs in a win over Arkansas State ... Had 34 assists, eight digs, a solo block and block assist vs. Kennesaw State ... Had 16 assists vs. UMBC to go with three kills, four digs and a block assist ... Made her first collegiate volleyball appearance with a start against UMBC after missing each of the past two seasons due to injury ... Member of the Rebels' leadership team.
2012: Did not play while recovering from injury.
2011: Redshirted and did not see action after preseason surgery.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years under head coach T.R. Ellis at Chaparral High School ... The first four-time letterwinner on the varsity squad in school history ... Three-time All-Conference selection ... Helped lead Chaparral to Conference, District and Regional titles in her junior and senior seasons ... Helped Chaparral finish in the top eight of the state playoffs as a junior and claim the state championship as a senior ... Named to the All-Tournament team that season ... Also named one of the top 250 seniors to watch by PrepVolleyball.com ... Also lettered in golf and qualified to compete in the class 5A state championships as a freshman.
CLUB: Competed with the Colorado Juniors Volleyball Club for six years ... Named the Rocky Mountain Region MVP four times ... Qualified to compete at the Volleyball Junior Nationals four times.
MISCELLANEOUS: Daughter of Brad and Susan Johnson ... Has one sister, Brittani ... Born November 9, 1992.
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