Emily Johnson
Emily Johnson
Birth Date: 07/07/1986
Height: 5-4
Year: Senior
Hometown: Saugus, MA
High School: Saugus

NOTABLES Named a Captain for the third straight season ... Will see action near the top of the singles and doubles lineup ... Experienced and intelligent player ... Picks apart opponents with good strategy ... Excellent ground strokes.

2008 Named a Captain ... Posted a combined record of 12-13, including 6-6 at number one doubles ... Registered a 6-Johnson, Emily 7 singles mark, primarily at first singles ... Compiled a 2-1 record at number two singles ... Combined with Carolina Gonzalez to win four straight doubles matches from October 4-11, before losing their final match of the season in the Little East Conference Tournament ... Won three consecutive singles matches from September 16-20 ... Did not drop a game in a 6-0, 6-0 victory at number one singles at Pine Manor College on October 2.

2007 Selected a Captain ... Saw action in 29 matches and compiled a 15-14 combined record, including 9-6 in doubles play to tie a school-record for doubles wins in a season ... Posted a 7-3 doubles mark in dual match play, including 5-2 vs. Little East Conference opponents ... Owned a 6-8 singles record, including 5-5 at the number two position ... Pulled an upset in the LEC Championships as the number five seed in flight 2 singles play, defeating the number four seed from Western Connecticut State to advance to the semifinals ... Advanced to the conference doubles championship in flight 1as the number two seed with 8-6 wins over Southern Maine and Bridgewater State ... Ran off four straight doubles wins from October 4-13.

2006 Named the Beacons' Most Valuable Player ... Posted a 4-7 mark in singles play, all at number two singles ... Owned a 4-7 record in doubles as well as part of the number one doubles tandem and registered a 3-4 mark in dual match play ... Earned the sixth seed at the Little East Conference championships in Flight 2, while winning her consolation semifinals singles match over UMass Dartmouth, 8-5 in Pro-Set ... Combined with Denise B. Ridge at Flight One doubles as the fifth seed to win in the consolation semifinals over Southern Maine, 9-7 in Pro-Set.

PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Four-year letterwinner in tennis for Saugus High School ... Named the Sachems' Most Valuable Player twice and was a two-time Northeastern Conference All-Star for SHS ... Earned the team's Coach's Award ... Lettered in basketball for the Saugus High basketball team and was a recipient of the team's Coach's Award ... Member of the National Honors Society ... Transferred from University of New Hampshire, but did not play there ... Earned Dean's List honors every semester ... Ranks in the top 15% of her UMass Boston academic class and is a member of the National Honor Society ... Born July 7, 1986 ... Daughter of Marianne and Richard Johnson ... Majoring in social psychology ... Enjoys playing and teaching tennis, skiing, snowboarding, winter and being with her family.