13 Courtney Johnson
13 Courtney Johnson
Height: 5-9
Year: Senior
Hometown: Falmouth, MA
High School: New Canaan
Position: Forward
2001-2002: Served as assistant captain last season...Ranked 4th on team in points, with 9-27-36...Ranked 2nd on team in assists (27)...Named to ECAC All Academic Team...Earned Academic All-Ivy... Named US College Hockey Online Player of the Week (Jan. 14).

2000-2001: Johnson played in all 29 contests for the Bears, recording 11-11-22 totals...Tallied three game-winning goals...All 11 goals came in ECAC contests...Ranked 3rd on the team in points tallied in ECAC games...Sakuma Award winner for perfect attendance at practices and games.

1999-2000: Returned to the Brown lineup as a freshman, after suffering a season-ending knee injury when she first joined the team in 1998 ... Tallied nine goals and eight assists ...Honored as Ivy League Rookie of the Week on March 7, after notching a pair of goals in the Princeton game ... A Sakuma Award winner for perfect attendance at all practices and games.

Before Brown: Johnson played the bulk of her career for the highly successful Connecticut Polar Bears, winning three national titles during her tenure... Johnson tallied 47 goals and 67 assists her senior year ... Attended the U.S. National Camp...A Four-time Lake Placid Jr. Olympic Camp participant ... Named 1996 Hockey Night In Boston MVP in 1996 ... As a midfielder for her New Canaan field hockey team, Johnson was named the Connecticut Player of the Year and MVP of the state finals, as well as an all-county and all-state selection ... Honored with the Oxford Health Humancare Award as a senior ... A four-year honor roll student ... Also played on the Brown lacrosse team last year.

Personal: Courtney Nicole Johnson is the daughter of Stephen and Carol Johnson of East Falmouth, MA. ... Brother, Michael, graduated from Williams College where he played ice hockey and lacrosse ... Concentrating in Business Economics.