Current Terps Schwarzmann, McPartland and Sanza highlight list
Aust, Johnson, Sanza and Schwarzman named IWLCA All-Americans
Maryland drops 9-7 decision to Wildcats; finishes season 19-4
Four Terps named to first team, two tabbed to second team
Maryland faces Northwestern for chance at third straight championship game appearance Friday on ESPN3
As a Senior: IWLCA First Team All-American...Synapse Sport First Team All-American...WomensLax.com All-America team...IWLCA First Team All-South Region...2012 Tewaaraton Watch List nominee...Inside Lacrosse Preseason First Team All-American...second on Maryland's career goals list and fourth in points...tabbed to the ACC championship all-tournament team after tallying 10 goals in three games for the Terps...first player ever to be named to the All-ACC team four years in a row...leads Maryland with 76 draw controls...scored two goals against William & Mary (2/12)...notched four goals and three assists against Delaware (2/16)...tallied two goals and added an assist at No. 17 Penn State (2/19)...added one goal, one assist, and three draw controls against Duke (2/25)... scored three goals and added two assists against No. 6 Virginia (3/2)... tallied a career-high eight draw controls and added two goals on Senior Night against Georgetown (4/25)...scored three or more goals on eight occasions...tallied a season-high five goals against Towson (3/27)...recorded nine draw controls vs. Loyola (5/19) in the NCAA quarterfinals.
As a Junior: Lacrosse Magazine's National Preseason Player of the Year...tabbed to third consecutive Tewaaraton Watch List...named ACC Offensive Player of the Week (2/28)...fourth all-time in career goals at Maryland with 177...kicked off her junior season with a career-best seven goals against Richmond (2/13)...backed that up with five goals against Delaware before being held without a goal for the first time in her career against Penn State (2/20)...despite being held without a score, tallied a career-high three assists against the No. 16 Nittany Lions...tallied five goals against No. 3 Duke (2/25), earning her ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors...registered four goals and added an assist against ACC rival Virginia (3/4)...tallied five goals at No. 20 Boston College (3/20) and back-to-back hat tricks against Stony Brook at No. 10 James Madison...has also racked up 14 ground balls, 35 draw controls and 14 caused turnovers through 11 games...missed majority of the 2011 season due to injury.
As a Sophomore in 2010: IWLCA First Team All-American...IWLCA First Team South Region...NCAA Championship All-Tournament team...ACC Championship All-Tournament team...All-ACC...Womenslacrosse.com Second Team All-American... WomensLax.com Player of the Week (4/6)...Tewaaraton nominee...led Maryland in goals for the second straight season (69)...has scored in 48 consecutive matches - at least one in each game she has played in while at Maryland...scored a hat trick or more on 12 occasions...scored a season-high six goals against Princeton (4/14)...tallied five goals against Georgetown (3/17) and Marist (5/15)...scored 14 goals in Maryland's four NCAA Tournament games, including three in the championship game against Northwestern...shot at .519 clip for the year...added a team-high 71 draw controls...tallied a season-high seven draws against Richmond in the home opener (2/14) and versus Stanford (3/25)...a tremendous re-defender, Johnson added 24 caused turnovers and 27 ground balls...tallied a game-high four caused turnovers against Marist in NCAA First Round action... her 69 goals in 2010 ranks as the eighth-highest single-season total in program history.
As a Freshman in 2009: Compiled the finest freshman campaign in Maryland women's lacrosse history after tallying 74 goals, 13 assists and 71 draw controls for the ACC Champion Terps...racked up First Team All-America, Regional First Team All-America, and All-ACC honors as a rookie...led conference in goals while being named ACC Rookie of the Year...named to the All-Tournament team at the NCAA Final Four in Towson...landed on the ACC All-Tournament team with four goals, two assists and four draw controls against Virginia and Duke...a Tewaaraton Trophy nominee...Womenslacrosse.com's Rookie of the Year and also a First Team All-American by the website...two-time ACC Player of the Week (3/30, 4/14)...Womenslax.com Rookie of the Week (4/6)...Womenslacrosse.com's Offensive Player of the Week (4/6)...her 74 goals rank third in Terrapin single-season history...compiled a flurry of multi-goal contests which concluded with a four-goal showing against the Tar Heels in the national semifinals...had a career-high seven draw controls on two occasions (vs. Virginia - 3/6 and Stanford - 3/29)...notched five-plus goals five times, including five against Richmond in her first game as a Terp...also notched 24 groundballs and 21 caused turnovers on the year.
Prep: Garnered eight letters (four in field hockey, three in lacrosse, one in swimming) while enrolled at Broadneck...won the World Championship with U-19 women's lacrosse national team...high school Tewaarton winner in 2007...Washington All-Met, first team All-Galaxy, US Lacrosse Chesapeake Region first team All-American and Baltimore All-Met in 2007...notched 45 goals and 21 assists for the Bruins in 2007.
Personal: Karri Ellen Beringer Johnson was born Oct. 5, 1990...daughter of Kelly and Jeffrey Johnson...has two brothers, Brett and Bennett and one sister, Allie...Allie played lacrosse at Duke for four years...lists Jen Adams as her favorite athlete...chose Maryland because it was a good fit and had a good balance between athletics and academics...undecided on major...The Haskell W. Smith Athletics Scholarship award winner.
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