2016 All-Ivy League (HM) 2016 TDS National Team of the Week
2017: Named Second Team All-Ivy League... Started in all 16 games for the Lions and anchored the Columbia back line that produced nine shutouts and compiled a .779 goals against average, including six shutouts in Ivy League play.
2016: Started every game for the Lions in her rookie season... Voted to the All-Ivy League Honorable Mention Team... Helped anchor a back line that recored seven consecutive shutouts, ranked 22nd overall in goals-against average (0.706 GAA), ranked 14th overall in shutout percentage (0.588%), and recorded 10 shutouts over the course of the season (tied for 1st in Ivy League)... Selected to the TDS National Team of the Week (10/18)... Played the full 90 minutes and had an assist in a 2-0 win against Princeton (10/15)... Was on the Ivy League Performance Honor Roll (9/26)... Had an assist against Wagner (9/25). At Montclair: A dynamic player on the pitch, Johnson was the captain, MVP, and top goal-scorer for the Montclair Mounties during her senior season. She was also named the All-Super Essex Conference Player of the Year and a member of the All-State Second Team. One of the best players in the tri-state area, Johnson was rated a top-10 defender in the IMG Academy 150 rankings with a No.70 overall ranking and No. 4 regional ranking. As a player for the N.J. Stallions Dynamite, ranked No. 1 nationally by GotSoccer in January 2016, she won the NPL U16 and U17 National Championships and three-consecutive New Jersey State Cups. Most recently, Johnson was called into the U18 U.S. National Team and participated in the seven-day training camp. Johnson is a member of the National Honors Society and won the Wellesley Club of N.J. Book Award in 2015, given to the junior who has contributed most to the life of the school through leadership and good citizenship while maintaining high scholastic achievement. The Ivy League lineage runs deep in the Johnson family, with both her mother and father being Harvard graduates. Her mother also received her master's from Columbia.