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4 Lauren Johnson
4 - Lauren Johnson
Height: 5-8
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Wellington, Ohio
High School: Keystone
Position: DS

2010: Played in 78 sets and 24 matches primarily as a starting libero… led the team with 217 digs…. set a career-high with 29 digs in a four-set loss at Davis & Elkins on Sept. 4.

2009: Was limited by injuries as a junior and played in just 10 matches... missed first month-plus of season, playing her first match on 10/6 totaled three kills and 24 digs... had a season-high nine digs vs. Ohio Valley on 11/3 and had seven at Northwestern Ohio on 10/22.

2008: Played in 26 matches as a sophomore... ranked second on the team with 174 digs, averaging 2.26 per set... also had four kills and four assists on the year... had six games with double figure digs, including a season-high 20 at Ohio Valley on 10/3... made 17 digs at Case Western Reserve on 10/28 andhad 15 vs. Northwestern Ohio on 10/8.

2007: Saw action in 22 matches as a freshman and was named to the All-Academic AMCC Team... was sixth on the squad with 218 digs, averaging 3.57 per set... team set record with over 2,700 digs on the season... had 12 aces and made nine kills... had 10 or more digs 10 times, including 20 or more three times... set a career-high with 22 digs vs. Penn State-Behrend on 10/2... recorded 20 digs against both Ursuline (9/22) and Pitt-Bradford (10/30)... had a career-high two kills twice and established a personal best with four aces vs. Bethany (W. Va.) on 9/1.

PRIOR TO LAKE ERIE: Was a three-sport standout at Keystone High School, lettering twice each in volleyball, basketball and softball... was an All-Patriot Athletic Conference pick in volleyball and was an academic all-conference selection in all three sports... team won a district title in volleyball and the 2006 state softball title... served as National Honor Society vice president and was the recipient of the outstanding scholar-athlete award.

PERSONAL: Born Feb. 4, 1989... parents are Douglas and Patricia Johnson... majoring in pre-med... Dean's List student and member of Students Making a Difference as well as serving as a hospice volunteer.