On Johnson: One of the Terrapins' top competitors on beam and vault ... part of 1998's strong recruiting class ... very graceful execution.
2002: Earned a school-record-tying 9.95 on the balance beam Jan. 25 against George Washington competed in 9 of the Terps eleven regular season meets and the EAGL Championships on vault competed six times on the balance beam earned a season-high 9.75 on vault on Jan. 25 against George Washington.
2001: Competed in all 11 of Maryland's regular season meets and both post-season meets on vault and beam ... was the vault champion on Jan. 26 against Radford and the beam champion at both the Jan. 26 Radford meet and the March 11 Rutgers meet ... earned All-EAGL second-team honors for vault ... member of EAGL All-Academic team for third consecutive year.
2000: Competed in 10 of Maryland's 12 regular season meets on beam competed in four of Maryland's regular season meets on vault also competed in the EAGL championships and the Southeast Regionals on vault and beam placed 16th with a 9.7 on vault at regionals as the Terps' highest finisher on vault placed 17th on beam at regionals with a 9.7 placed sixth on vault at the EAGL Championships with a 9.8 was Maryland's top finisher on beam at the EAGL Championships, placing seventh with a 9.775 placed third on vault on March 10 against Temple with a 9.775 placed third on beam on March 10 against Temple with a 9.85 named to EAGL All-Academic team for second-consecutive year.
1999: Took part in all 13 of Maryland's meets on vault and beam and in four meets on floor closed the season ranked No. 11 in the nation on beam named to the All-EAGL first-team for vault and beam placed 18th on vault at the NCAA Southeast Region Championships with a score of 9.75 finished in a tie for seventh place on vault at the EAGL Championships with a score of 9.775 and tied for second place on beam, scoring a career-high 9.925, the second-highest score in school history scored a 9.7 or higher on vault in 10 of the Terps' 13 meets twice recorded the fourth-highest vault score in school history with a career-high 9.825, on March 13 against then-No. 15 Florida, George Washington and Rhode Island, placing in a tie for third place, and on Feb. 7 at the Governor's Cup where she finished in first place also registered the seventh highest vault score in school history three times, scoring a 9.8 on Feb. 17 against George Washington, on Feb. 13 against then-No. 12 West Virginia and Temple, and again on Jan. 23 at the George Washington Invitational registered a beam score of 9.7 or better in nine of Maryland's meets and a score of 9.9 or better four times scored a career-high beam score of 9.925 twice, the first on March 6 at the Wolfpack Invitational, earning her a second-place finish, and the second on March 27 at the EAGL Championships, placing her in a tie for second place career-high scores of 9.925 are the second-highest beam scores in Maryland history also registered the two of the fifth-highest scores in school history, scoring a 9.9 on March 13 against then-No. 15 Florida, George Washington and Rhode Island, and on Feb. 28 at then-No. 7 Nebraska, then-No. 8 Arizona State and California, finishing in first and seventh place, respectively scored a career-high floor score of 9.7 on floor on Feb. 26 at Towson and finished in a tie for sixth place member of EAGL All-Academic Team.
Personal: Carlla Yvette Johnson Born Feb. 26, 1980 daughter of Deborah Hunt and Bradford Johnson has three sisters: Sydni (27), Lee (19) and Aaronne (12) would like to become a lawyer majoring in government and politics.