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Maddie Johnson
Year: Senior
Hometown: Onalaska, Wis.
High School: Onalaska
Experience: 2 Letters
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Junior (2014-2015): Received All-MVC select team honors … garnered the MVC Elite 18 Award and was named first team All-MVC Scholar-Athlete … was named first team Capital One Academic All-District … was the recipient of the ITA Central Region Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship and Leadership Award … finished the season with a combined 53-22 singles/doubles record … was one of six Bulldogs to record over 20 singles wins with a 24-12 mark … was named MVC Athlete of the Week on Feb. 10 for her perfect 4-0 record for the week … posted a seven-match winning streak from March 22 to April 12 … closed out the spring campaign with a 8-2 record in the final 10 matches ... garnered a No. 119 ranking in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) preseason rankings ... earned a pre-qualifying round berth at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships where she dropped a 6-2, 6-4 decision versus Jessica Wacnik of Boston College ... paired with Nell Boyd to win the No. 5 and ‘Gopher’ doubles championships at the Gopher Invitational and the No. 3 doubles title at the MVC Individuals ... paired with Boyd to knock off 59th-rated duo of Yang Pang and Oleksa Shkorupeieva from Arkansas at the ITA Central Regional ... took home a MVC Individuals singles championship for the second year in a row winning at the No. 3 position, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, over Wichita State’s Aleksandra Trifunovic.

Sophomore (2013-14): Recorded a 55-17 combined singles/doubles mark, including earning a team-high 31 singles victories...posted 17-2 and 6-0 records, respectively, during the spring and in league play en route to being named first-team All-Missouri Valley Conference at No. 3 singles...won her final seven singles matches of the season and owned winning streaks of five or more in singles on four occasions, including a season-best 10-match run from Oct. 4 through Feb. 21...finished season 31-5 in singles and 24-12 in doubles...registered 9-3 and 8-3 doubles marks on the year with Mariel Ante and Klavdija Rebol...chosen as the MVC Player of the Week on Jan. 28 and March 11 ... awarded the MVC Elite 18 award, an honor presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point-average competing at the finals site of each of the league's 18 team championships ... named to the Capital One Academic All-America All-District VI At-Large team ... garnered match-clinching point in a 5-2 victory at Iowa State ... paired with Rebol to earn road triumphs in doubles that sparked the Bulldogs to wins at Nebraska, Iowa State and Missouri and well as at the Roger Knapp Tennis Center versus Wisconsin ... entered the spring campaign ranked 118th by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) in singles ... registered a 27-7 combined singles/doubles ledger in the fall, including a team-high 14-3 singles mark ... equaled Ante with a team-best five championships (three singles and two doubles) during the fall campaign...paired with Ante to win the ‘B’ doubles crown at the Drake Fall Invitational, with an 8-3 triumph past Jordyn Kearney and Krissy Lankelma of Northern Iowa ... captured a come-from-behind 0-6, 6-4, 10-8 triumph over Minnesota’s Maja Vujic in the finale of the ‘Gold’ singles flight at the Minnesota Golden Gopher Invitational ... earned the No. 5 singles crown at the MVC Individuals after collecting a come-from-behind, 0-6, 6-1, 6-1, triumph past Kadi Ilves of Illinois State ... concluded fall campaign claiming the No. 3 singles and No. 3 doubles championships at the Drake Jamboree ... tabbed an MVC Commissioner’s Academic Excellence Award recipient as well as being selected to the MVC Academic Honor Roll.

Freshman (2012-13):  Produced a 37-18 combined singles/doubles record, including a 22-7 singles mark ... went 11-3 in singles during the spring, while adding six doubles triumphs ... registered 4-0 mark in singles during the MVC campaign en route to first-team all-conference accolades at the No. 4 position ... finished the season 8-1 in her final 10 singles matches...was 12-7 on the year in doubles with Lea Kozulic ... named the MVC Women’s Tennis Player of the Week on March 5 after turning in a 5-1 combined singles/doubles record to spark the Bulldogs to victories past Central Arkansas and Northern Iowa ... fashioned a 20-9 combined singles/doubles ledger in 29 fall matches, while recording 11 singles triumphs ... registered a 6-2, 6-1 decision over teammate Ali Patterson to claim the ‘E’ singles championship at the Drake Fall Invitational ... took home the championship in the No. 3 singles flight at the Redbird Roundup besting Madeline Jolly of Saint Louis, 6-2, 6-1 ... paired with Kozulic to dispatch Creighton's Taylor Koehrsen and Amanda Noonan in the final of ‘C’ doubles draw at the Drake Fall Invitational, 8-4 ... advanced to the doubles finals in the ‘B’ flight at the Redbird Roundup with Kozulic before suffering an 8-3 setback ... recipient of the MVC Commissioner’s Academic Excellence Award as well as being named to the MVC Academic Honor Roll for 2012-13.

High School: A four-time all-state selection at Onalaska High School, Johnson was tabbed the Mississippi Valley Conference's Player of the Year in each of her final three prep campaigns and led the Hilltoppers to four league titles ... tabbed a first team All-MVC selection in each of her four seasons, she finished her prep career with a 121-8 singles mark en route to a pair of state runner-up finishes in singles play.

Personal: Born May 3, 1994, in La Crosse, Wis. ... majoring in psychology ... daughter of Paul and Kay Johnson...Drake Presidential Scholarship recipient.


 SINGLES   Record    1     2     3     4     5     6    Tour 
2012-13 22-7  ---   1-0   1-0   4-1   3-2   2-0   11-4 
2013-14 31-5  ---   ---   16-2   1-0   ---   ---   14-3 
2014-15 24-12  1-1   6-2   9-2   1-0   ---   ---   7-7 
Totals 77-24  1-1   7-2   26-4   6-1   3-2   2-0   32-14 
 DOUBLES   Record    1     2     3    Tour 
2012-13 15-11  ---   6-6   ---   9-5 
2013-14 24-12  2-2   2-2   7-4   13-4 
2014-15 29-10  1-2   16-3   ---   12-5 
Totals 68-33  3-4   24-11   7-4   34-14