|High School:||Arundel HS|
Awards & Honors
-2014 MPSF All-Academic
-2015 MPSF All-Academic
2015: Started 17-of-18 matches as a junior and more than doubled her points total with 29…had an eight-game scoring streak during non-conference…finished the year with a 1.06 goals per game average and 1.61 points per game average to go with her five multi-goal games…opened the 2015 season with a career-high in assists (5) and points (6) against Presbyterian (2/13), including the game-winning goal…her three groundballs against the Blue Hose was also a new career-high…fired in a career-high four goals against Saint Mary’s (3/1)…was perfect against Richmond, shooting 2-for-2 from the field and 1-for-1 on free-position opportunities…found the back of the net twice against No. 15 Stanford on the road in UO’s 15-10 loss…scored a crucial goal for Oregon on the road to secure a, 10-7, win over UC Davis…earned her second-straight MPSF All-Academic recognition.
2014: Played in all 19 games her sophomore season while starting in every game in conference play…notched career-bests in every statistical category compared to her freshman season with 10 goals, and two assists for 12 points while grabbing 11 groundballs, nine draw controls and five caused turnovers…matched career-high in goals three times, scoring a pair of goals at Stetson (2/10), at Robert Morris (3/2) and vs. Presbyterian…scored a crucial goal in the opening game of the MPSF Tournament against USC (5/1) to help lift Oregon past the Trojans with a 7-6 victory and advance to the semifinals…was one of three sophomores on the team to earn MPSF All-Academic accolades.
2013: Played in 11 games...scored her first collegiate goal on April 14 against Saint Mary’s...scooped up three ground balls against Cincinnati (2/24)...made her collegiate debut on Feb. 23 against Dartmouth.
Before Oregon: Two sport athlete at Arundel High School, earning one letter in soccer and four letters in lacrosse...led Arundel High School in goals, assists, ground balls and draw controls...received First Team All-County honors (2012)...won Army Strong Award (2012)...ranked third in points in Anne Arundel County (2012)...team captain (2011-2012). Academic involvement includes: AP Scholar and member of Honor Roll.
Personal: Born Holly M. Johnson in Annapolis, Md. to parents Marshall and Linda Johnson...has one older sister, Taylor...majoring in business administration.