Annika Johnson
Annika  Johnson

RS Senior

Huntington Woods, MI

High School:





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Colonials kick off 2017 on Friday


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2017: Appeared in all 19 contests for the Colonials, making 10 starts … logged 1,003 minutes … tallied one shot against Saint Bonaventure (Oct. 1) … helped team allow fewest goals (5) in the Atlantic 10 with a league-best 0.47 GAA in conference action … helped Colonials turn in a league-high 10 clean sheets, eight of which took place in A-10 play.

2016: Sat out the 2016 season due to injury.

2015: Appeared in all 20 games for the Colonials, making 18 starts...Logged 1,467 minutes...Helped GW's back line allow fewest goals (16) in Atlantic 10 with league-best 0.77 GAA...Helped Colonials set school-record 12 shutouts...Helped Colonials yield just a .091 shot percentage.

2014: Appeared in 16 games for the Colonials...One assist against Mount St. Mary's (Aug. 22)... Named to A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll...Named to GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.

High School: Served as captain of Marian team during junior and senior seasons...Helped squad to a Michigan state title during her junior season and runner-up status as a sophomore and senior...Two-time Michigan All-State player...Named to All-Oakland County and All-Catholic teams...Also competed for Vadar Soccer Club Elite Club National Team from 2012-2014...Was an ENCL Olympic Development Program participant in 2013...Won Michigan State Cup in 2012 competing for Michigan Gators Soccer Club and claimed 2011 US Club Soccer National Championship with Michigan Player Development Academy summer team...Competed for Michigan State ODP from 2012-2013 and was a Super Y National ODP participant in 2012...Member of National Honors Society and Spanish Honors Society.

Personal: Born Annika Leigh Johnson on Oct. 10, 1995 in Pontiac, MI...Daughter of Barbara and Jerry Johnson...Has two younger sisters, Maari and Elli...Intended major at GW is business administration.


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