Chile 02
Chile 01
Article Image
Maggie Johnson during the 2011 season.
Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics/Mike McLaughlin

Maggie Johnson Joins the Softball Staff as Assistant Coach

Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics
          Release: 09/06/2012
Send this article to a friend Print RSS

NEW YORK - Former Columbia softball standout Maggie Johnson '11CC will return to the Columbia sidelines this season as a volunteer assistant coach, announced recently by head coach Kayla Noonan.


"Maggie is no stranger to success at Columbia Softball Stadium or in the Ivy League," Noonan said. We can't wait to have her competitiveness, knowledge and passion for softball back in our dugout."

Johnson was a three-time All-Ivy League selection at Columbia, finishing her career as a first team utility player as a senior. Johnson clouted 18 home runs in her career to set a school record and tied for first in career runs batted in (82).

She ranks second all-time in doubles (37), slugging percentage (.455) and ninth in career batting average (.281). As good as she was with the bat, she was as strong in the circle. Johnson ranks second all-time in appearances, third in victories, innings pitched and strikeouts.


Exclusive Live & On-Demand Video
Saturday , October 25
Football Columbia Football Today (Week 6)
07:28 AM
Saturday , October 25
Football Columbia Football vs. Dartmouth (audio only)
01:15 PM
Social Media