|High School:||Saint John's School|
2011 Started in all but one game (16) in his junior season at UMass Boston … Netted five goals while also earning six assists to end the year with 16 points (3rd most on the team) … Drove home his first goal of the season in the opener at Suffolk University … Picked-up his second goal and first assist in the 5-3 win over Fitchburg State University on September 15 … Recorded back-to-back assists first in the 2-0 win over Becker College (Sept. 29) than against Southern Maine (Oct. 1) … Had his best game of the year when he scored one goal, while also earning two assists in the 3-1 win over Massachusetts Maritime Academy on October 26 … Tallied his final point of the year, an assist, in the regular season home finale against Plymouth State University.
2010 Took the field in 16 games, starting 14... Scored five goals on the season to go with 4 assists, good for 14 points... Averaged nearly a point per game... Scored the game-winning goal on two occasions, the first coming on October 7 vs. Newbury College in the Beacons 4-1 win while the other came on October 23 in a 3-1 win over LEC rival Plymouth State... On October 5, scored both Beacons goals in a 4-2 defeat against Emerson, including one on a penalty kick... Finished the year tied for the team lead in shots taken with 42.
2009 One of only two freshman to play in all 17 contests, starting 16 matches on the year ... Ranked tied for first on the team with four assists even after making the transition from the forward position into a starting back role ... Registered a point in his first collegiate game, assisting on the Beacons first goal of season ... Notched two assists in his first home game to help lead the Beacons to a 4-0 victory over Eastern Nazarene on September 10 ... Registered an assist on UMass Boston's only score in a 1-1 double-overtime draw vs. Fitchburg State on September 16 ... Attempted 26 shots on the year to rank third on the squad, landing 12 on goal for a .462 on goal shooting percentage.
PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Named to the Guam National team in the summer of 2012 and competed at the East Asian Cup in that same season … Four-year letterwinner in both soccer and volleyball for Saint John's School and earned three letters in basketball ... Three-year First Team All-Island selection for the Knights' soccer team ... Named the SJS Most Valuable Player twice and was a recipient of the Coaches' Award twice as well ... Played soccer in national team tournaments in Beijing, Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam and Pyongyang, North Korea ... Saw action with the Wing's, Guam United and Shipyard Seasonal Premier League club soccer squads ... Member of the Guam National Soccer Team at the U14, U16, U17 and U19 levels and is currently a member of the Guam Men's National Team ... Named to the First Team All-Island Volleyball team three times for the Knights and set the school record for kills and aces ... Honored with the SJS basketball team's Coaches' Award twice ... Named the Saint John's School Male Athlete of the Year for both of his final years ... Competed at the Little League World Series as a shortstop/pitcher for Guam in 2002 and 2003 ... Earned academic Honors as a senior ... Born November 1, 1990 ... Son of Jere and Dar Johnson ... Majoring in exercise health science and would like to pursue a career in physical therapy ... Enjoys spear fishing, jet skiing and wake boarding.