|Position:||Undergraduate Assistant Coach|
Former Golden Bear joined the Cal coaching staff in the fall of 2014, after completing his playing career in the 2013-14 season.
Spring 2014: Closed out his college career with a 20-11 singles record, including 2-2 at No. 2 singles, and 3-6 in doubles in 2013-14...earned a final singles ranking of No. 76...beat No. 22 Shane Vinsant, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3, to clinch No. 17 Cal’s 4-3 upset of No. 10 Texas A&M in the NCAA second round in College Station, Texas…defeated Texas Tech’s 100th-ranked Hugo Dojas, 6-3, 6-2, in Cal’s 4-0 win in the NCAA first round.
Fall 2013: Entering the year with an ITA preseason singles ranking of No. 41, Johnson won the singles crown at the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships in Moraga, Calif., to qualify for the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships in New York…he split his matches in the Big Apple - reaching the round of 16 - to end the fall with an 11-3 singles record…Johnson posted a 2-2 mark in doubles.
Spring 2013: Johnson earned a No. 64 final ranking (28-13 record) and posted a 19-16 record in doubles last season, when he claimed the Pac-12 Doubles Team of the Year award and a No. 32 final ranking with Christoffer Konigsfeldt. The pair reached the 2013 NCAA round of 32. The Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., product reached the NCAA singles round of 64.
Fall 2012: Posted a 10-6 singles record...reached the singles quarterfinals of the Pacific Tigers Invitational...earned a 6-5 doubles record...reached the doubles semifinal round of the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Champion with partner Mads Engsted and the quarterfinals of the Pacific Tigers Invitational with Chase Melton.
Personal/Previous: A transfer from Georgia with an overall record of 13-4 during his sophomore year and 19-8 overall record during his freshman career with the Bulldogs...was a member of Georgia's 2012 SEC tournament championship and 2011 SEC regular-season championship...parents are Julia and Dan Johnson...his siblings have also played collegiate tennis, with D.J. having played at Purdue, and Alex and Jacob formerly at UC Santa Barbara.