Fresno State: (1998) started all 22 matches in the goal played a career-high 2,074 minutes and had a career low GAA of 1.48 named second team All-WAC and third team All-West Region tied her career best with 12 saves in the WAC Tournament match against UTEP in that game had two saves on penalty kicks as the 'Dogs advanced to the semifinals had four solo shutouts is the Bulldogs' career leader in saves (320), shutouts (15) and GAA (1.55). (1997) Played every minute of the season in the goal for the Bulldogs (1,929 min.) ... was named first team All-WAC and second team All-West Region ... finished among the top 20 in the WAC in GAA, saves and shutouts ... recorded a career-high 6 shutouts on the season ... also recorded a career-high 12 saves twice - on Sept. 11 vs. USC and on Oct. 16 vs. BYU ... finished the season with 129 saves - the most in the WAC ... received the Coaches' Award. (1996) Named WAC athlete of the week for her play during the week of Oct. 27 ... had four shutouts in last eight matches - three solo and one combined ... finished with a 1.69 GAA ... was among West region's leaders in saves with 82 ... recorded season-high nine saves against USC on Sept. 7 ... first career shutout came on Oct. 13 at Hawai'i - that was also the third in program history.
Prior to Fresno State: Earned one varsity letter in soccer and four in basketball at Soquel High School ... played soccer her senior season only ... was named All-Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League at goalkeeper as a senior ... on the basketball court she led the SCCAL in scoring as a senior and was named to the Kiwanis North All-Star team ... played on regional and state soccer teams ... played for the Silicon Valley Red Devils ... named Most Valuable Goalkeeper as her Sunnyvale Roadrunner club team won the national title in 1994.
Personal: Born March 25, 1978 in Garland, Texas ... parents are Karan and Ben Johnstone ... has one brother, Jason ... was also recruited by UNC-Greensboro and Texas A&M ... nickname is 'J.J.'
GP-S Minutes Saves Goals GAA SO 1996 20-19 1860 82 35 1.69 4 1997 21-21 1929 129 32 1.49 6 1998 22-22 2074 109 34 1.48 5 Career 63-62 5863 320 101 1.55 15
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