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#5 Heather Johnson
Position: Forward/Midfield
Height: 5'9"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Kennewick, WA
High School: Southridge
Club: 3 Rivers FC
Experience: 1 Letter
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HIGH SCHOOL: Was a 4-year starter for Southridge High School and led the team to the league championship in 2008, 2010 and 2011...became just the third player in Big Nine history to score 100 goals in their career, finishing with a senior, Johnson was tabbed the CBBN 3A All-League MVP and first-team honoree...finished with 31 goals her final season, which set a school record, led the CBBN and helped her earn All-Area Most Valuable honors...was the top scorer in the CBBN as a junior as well, finishing with 31 and tallied 24 goals as a sophomore...was named the Tri-city Herald Player of the Year in 2011 and 2010 and was named the State Most Valuable player in 2010 after helping Southridge to a third place finish at the state tournament.

Heather Johnson's Collegiate Career

FRESHMAN (2012): Played and started all 20 matches for the Bulldogs…closed out the year fifth on the team in goals with two; tied for second in assists with three and total points with nine…led the squad in shots with 43…recorded an assist in her first collegiate match; a 3-1 victory over the University of South Dakota, Aug. 17…first collegiate goal was also a the game-winning goal in the Zags 2-1 win over Boise State University, Aug. 26…notched an assist in a 4-2 loss at the University of Oregon, Sept. 16…second goal of the season came in a 3-0 victory over the University of Nevada, Sept. 30…had the assist in GU’s lone goal in its 1-1 double-overtime tie against the University of Portland, Oct. 11.

Misc.: Honor roll all four years and was a member of the National Honor Society.