2019: Named to All-Big South first team in doubles with partner Sydney Patton after holding a 7-3 record, 5-0 against Big South foes, on court one … Played in 42 matches during the season, 19 singles and 23 doubles… Won eight matches in singles play on court two, including four conference matches, and also added a win on court one against Lees-McRae … Earned 10 total doubles wins, seven with Patton and three with Samantha Calais.
2018: Played in 20 matches in singles, 21 in doubles ... Went 10-9 at singles, with a 10-7 mark at #2 ... Earned an 8-11 record at doubles, picking up four wins at each #1 and #2 ... Won her final five of the last six matches, including the last three in a row, which included a 6-2, 6-4 win in the Big South Tournament First round match against CSU ... Won her final three doubles matches as well ... Fourth in the league in #2 singles with a 10-7 record, which tied for second in most wins ... Her, along with doubles partner Caroline Ferrari, were ninth in #1 doubles ... They were also third in the conference at #2 doubles with a 6-3 mark ...
2017: First team All-Big South singles selection, first All-Big South honor for a PC player in program history...totaled 13 victories in doubles action, tied for the most in PC's D1 history...tallied 14 singles victories, tied for third-most in a single season in PC's Division I era...compiled a team-best 14-7 singles record and 13-9 doubles record, also the best mark on the team...went 8-1 at No. 2 singles before moving to the top spot and going 6-6...won singles matches against conference foes Longwood, Liberty and Radford, all coming at No. 1...only player in the Big South to force a third set against the league's Player of the Year, Winthrop's Lauren Proctor...won four straight singles matches on two occasions, including a 4-0 start...went 11-8 at No. 1 doubles, including a 10-8 record with Nicole Croxton...was 5-3 in three-set matches...began the season 11-2 in singles play
2016: Established a new Division I era school record with 16 singles victories in her first collegiate season…named Big South Player of the Week on January 28…also totaled 12 doubles wins, second-most in the program's D1 history, one shy of the record…compiled a 16-9 record in singles for a .640 winning percentage, top 10 in a single season in PC's D1 era…opened the season by winning her first five singles matches and 11 of her first 13…wrapped up the season by winning five of her last six in singles, including the final four matches of the year capped off by a 6-2, 6-3 victory against Gardner-Webb at the Big South Championship…went 3-0 at No. 1, 11-7 at No. 2 and 2-2 at No. 3 on the season in singles…defeated conference opponents Longwood, UNC Asheville and Gardner-Webb (twice) in singles…claimed four three-set victories while dropping just two…went 12-10 in doubles play, including a 10-8 mark with Claire-Mitchell Andrews…won her first five doubles matches of the season and 11 of the first 12
High School: Johnson, a four-star recruit out of Rivers Academy in Alpharetta, Ga., trained at the Windward Tennis Academy and was ranked 14th in Georgia by TennisRecruiting.net...Johnson was ranked in the top 30 in the South and reached the top 100 nationally
Personal: Born in Alpharetta, Ga. ...daughter of Allen and Sharon Johnson...major is undecided