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Brittany Johnson
Brittany Johnson

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Phoenix, Arizona

High School:
Washington High

Height:
5-9

Position:
Left side Hitter

Experience:
3V



JOHNSON'S WSU CAREER
SENIOR (2008): One of three co-captains...226 kills, 145 digs, 55 blocks this season...reached 1000 career kills this season (9/27) and her 1,118 kills is 5th on school all-time record list...also 5th on WSU career solo blocks list with 73 total...had 15 kills, 8 digs and career-high 9 blocks, including 3 solos, at Cal 10/31...tallied 17 kills and hit .311 in final win of collegiate career against Arizona...named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Dist. VIII All-Academic second team.

JUNIOR (2007): Named to three all-tournament teams - Baden Cougar Challenge, Montana State Holiday Inn Classic and Nevada AT&T Invite...2.84 kpg was fourth-best on team...six kills/digs double-doubles this year...second in points with 3.49 ppg...0.78 bpg (82 total blocks) third-highest on team...54 career solo blocks is seventh in WSU all-time records...amassed 892 career kills for a 2.92 kpg career average...had 18 kills vs. Nevada and 4 aces in win over So. Dakota State...hit .350 with 9 kills, 2 errors on 20 attacks at No. 10 Cal...18 kills, 3 blocks in win over OSU 11/23...selected ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII second team...Pac-10 All-Academic first team...won the team's Strength and Conditioning Award, as selected by the WSU Strength and Conditioning staff...named to the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholars 2008 volleyball first team.

SOPHOMORE (2006) - Named MVP of Baden Cougar Challenge...also selected to Texas-Arlington all-tournament team...leading Cougar hitter averaging 3.78 kills per game...season-high 21 kills versus UC Davis...double-figure kills in 25 of 32 matches this year...career-best .448 hitting percentage versus Tulsa...tagged five blocks in loss at South Dakota State and again at ASU 10/20...connected three service aces at Stanford 11/25...Cougar points leader with 4.22 ppg...named to Pac-10 All-Academic second team in 2006...selected to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-America District VIII third team.

FRESHMAN (2005): Graduated from high school in December 2004 and began classes at WSU in January 2005...participated in spring conditioning and matches...named to Pac-10 All-Freshman team honorable mention...landed career-high 16 kills against No. 4 Stanford...had 10 kills and nine digs in win over ASU...eight blocks versus Middle Tennessee State and again in Oregon win...bettered career kills to 21 in Oregon win...had double-figure kills in eight Pac-10 matches...averaging 0.90 bpg in 93 games.

JOHNSON'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Accumulated nine varsity letters at Washington High...four in volleyball as a middle blocker for coach Ashlee Miller...three in basketball for coach Ty Bauer...two in track and field for coach Randy Erwin...FRESHMAN year was volleyball all-region honorable mention...basketball all-defensive team for 4A Skyline Region...took first in region for high jump and long jump...broke school record in both high jump (5-4) and long jump (16-6 1/2)...as a SOPHOMORE first team all-region volleyball...all-state honorable mention...second team all-region in basketball...team's leading scorer averaging 16 points per game...track season saw first place region finishes in high jump and 100m dash, second in long jump...finished fourth at state in the long jump...JUNIOR year volleyball team qualified for state quarterfinals...MVP of Arizona 4A Skyline Region...first team all-district (North-West Valley)...second team all-state...basketball first team all-region...team captain...during SENIOR year repeated as volleyball region MVP...first team all region...first team all-state selection...Rams volleyball team made it to second round of state tournament...volleyball team captain...graduated in December 2004...played for the Arizona Thunder Club team with coaches Justin Blake and Dave Lamrouex.

PERSONAL
Born in 1987 in Phoenix, Ariz...father Greg Johnson is retired...mother Mary Pace is vice president of an insurance company...two younger brothers, Trevor and Jordan Pace ...graduated top two percent of her class with 3.97 GPA...National Honor Society...student government officer three years at high school...member of dance team...will graduate in December 2008 with degrees in management information systems and in management and operations, with a minor in finance.

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