2014: Served as team captain... received GNAC Weekly Honor Roll honors on February 10th… played in 22 of the Falcons’ 23 matches and tallied a total of 188 kills... averaged 2.41 kills per set on a .167 hit percentage… recorded seven service aces as well as 12 assists… registered 119 digs, averaging 1.53 digs per set… finished the season with 22 blocks and the second highest point total tallying 209.5 points.
2013: Served as a team captain...was named to the GNAC All-Conference Third Team... finished the season hitting .209 with 3.83 kills per set in 22 matches played... led the team in the kills per set category as well... registered 0.34 blocks per set and 0.36 service aces per set... tallied a career-high 27 kills in 61 attempts against Mount Ida on April 4... at Yeshiva on Feb. 25, he hit a stellar .625 with 12 kills in 16 tries along with just two hitting errors... finished the season ranked second in the GNAC with 3.83 kills per set... was ranked third with his 0.36 service aces per set tally... was ranked fifth in the league with 2.24 digs per set... finished the year with 291 kills, 27 service aces and 170 digs... was named the GNAC Offensive Player of the Week on Feb. 4... finished ninth in the country in kills per set and points per set.
2012: Served as a team captain.... earned a spot on the GNAC All-Sportsmanship Team... played in 28 matches for the Falcons... recorded 253 kills and 142 digs on the year... averaged 2.75 kills per set... led the Falcons with a .285 hitting percentage... recorded 51 total blocks, including 37 block assists... recorded a season-high 20 kills at Wentworth (March 13) and nine blocks vs. Brooklyn (Feb. 11)...tallied 12 digs three times... was named the GNAC Player of the Week on Feb. 21 and Rookie of the Week on March 12... was named to the GNAC Weekly Honor Roll on March 20 and April 2... recorded a double-double with 20 kills and 12 digs at Wentworth (March 13).
High School: Attended Newington High School... was a two-time All-State selection... was a two-time All-Herald pick as well... served as a team captain during his senior year... also played soccer and basketball.
Personal: Son of Pam and Matt Johnson... majoring in business.