Summer 2008 - Interned with the FBI in Washington, D.C.
2007 - Started all 20 games on the backline ... Led the team in minutes played (1858), not coming off the field once ... Named the team's Defensive MVP at the conclusion of the season ... SEC Defensive Player of the Week (Sept. 24) ... Had the second assist on Gabi Rivera's goal against UL-Lafayette ... Has started all 61 games of her Auburn career ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District (IV) First Team ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Second Team.
2006 - Started all 20 matches on the backline ... Lead all players in minutes played with 1853 ... Assisted on three goals ... Assisted on Kara Kasten's game-tying goal against Portland State ... Had the first assist on Jac Schwarz' game-winner vs. Samford ... Had the second assist on Jenni Prescott's goal against Tennessee in the SEC Tournament ... ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District (IV) First Team selection ... Academic All-SEC ... Auburn Top Tiger.
2005 - SEC All-Freshman team selection as a defender ... Only Auburn freshman to play in all 21 games and was one of just four Tigers to start every contest ... Named Auburn's Rookie of the Year ... Was a key part of an AU backline that surrendered just 28 goals on the season ... Scored her first career goal in AU's 5-0 win at Mississippi State ... Had the second assist on Kristin Stewart's game-tying goal in Auburn's 2-1 win over Florida in the opening round of the SEC Tournament.
High School - Graduated from Greater Atlanta Christian School ... Coached by Troy Bendickson ... Also played for Rich Weiber on Gwinnett Soccer Association club team ... Named all-county her sophomore, junior and senior seasons ... Georgia AA Student-Athlete of the Year .. .Gwinnett County Player of the Year as a sophomore ... School record holder for assists and goals ... Member of the 2005 Georgia All-Star team ... Team captain her junior and senior seasons.
Personal - Jennifer Melissa Johnson ... Daughter of Kim Schultz and Trey Johnson ... Sisters Stephanie Johnson (23), Jenny Schultz (22), Ashley Johnson (19), Madison Schultz (5), Allie Schultz (3), Kate Johnson (2) and Paige Johnson (newborn) and brothers Ryan Schultz (20) and Lucas Johnson (2).