|32 Brooke Johnson
2008-09 (Senior): Started all 33 games ... Broke the school record for blocks in a career with 130 ... Ranked first on the team in points (360), scoring average (10.9), field goals made (118), rebounds per game (7.4) and blocked shots (57 and 1.7 per game) ... 2009 Southern Conference Tournament Most Outstanding Player ... 2009 Southern Conference Tournament First Team ... 2009 SCSMA Second Team All-Conference and Southern Conference Coaches All-Conference ... Named candidate for 2009 Lowe's Senior Class Award, making her one of the top 30 seniors in the nation ... ESPN The Magazine District 3 First Team Academic All-District ... Finalist for 2009 V Comeback Award ... Voted to 2009 NCCSIA All-State Second Team ... Three-time Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week (11/26/08) ... Scored career-high 26 points against Davidson and also connected on a career-high eight field goals against the Wildcats ... First double-double of the season with 12 points and season-high 13 rebounds vs. UNC Wilmington ... Tied career-high with eight field goals vs. Wofford ... Career-high seven assists vs. Furman ... Connected on a career-high four three-pointers vs. Davidson (01/26/09) ... Played career-high 35 points vs. College of Charleston.
2007-08 (Junior): Started 11 games before season-ending injury on December 20 against Chattanooga ... Named to the 2008-09 Preseason All-Southern Conference Team ... Thrice named Southern Conference Student-Athlete of the Week for 2008-09 season ... Voted 2008 ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District III Second Team Academic All-American ... 2007 Minnesota Subway Classic All-Tournament ... The 20 rebounds against Middle Tennessee wasn't only a career-high but also the most rebounds by a Southern Conference player since 1996 ... 2007 Paradise Classic All-Tournament ... Ended the year leading the team with 11.9 points per game even though she only played 11 games ... Scored in double figures in nine of 11 games ... Pulled down career-high 20 rebounds against Middle Tennessee (12/2) marking the first time a Southern Conference player had 20 or more rebounds since 1996 ... Career-high six blocks against UNC Asheville ... Ranked fourth for blocked shots in a career with 73 ... Her 21 blocks in 11 games led the team ... Named to the 2007-08 preseason All-Southern Conference Team.
2006-07 (Sophomore): Named to the SoCon TIAA-CREF Winter Academic All-Conference Team ... Scored 44 points, averaging 14.7 per game, during the 2007 Southern Conference tournament to earn First Team All-Tournament accolades ... Tied Southern Conference Tournament record for most blocks in the tournament with eight ... Saw action in 24 games after having to sit out the first part of the season due to NCAA transfer rules ... Led the team in blocked shots with 52, ranking her fifth in the Catamount record books for blocked shots in a season ... Ranked second on the team in free throws made with 99 ... Scored in double-figures 16 times in 24 games ... Led Western with her WCU career-high, 22 points in the home win over Elon, tallying WCU's first 11 points of the game.
2005-06: Transferred to Western for the spring semester, but was not eligible to play ... Was named to the WCU Dean's List with a perfect 4.0 GPA.
Prior to Western: Earned the 2005 Player and Freshman of the Year in the South Atlantic Conference (SAC) at Carson-Newman College becoming the first player in SAC history to earn both of the awards that honor the top player and top rookie in a season ... Also earned the SAC Tournament's most valuable player award, helping Carson-Newman capture its first-ever SAC championship and finish with a final record of 25-8 and a ranking of 18th in the final Division II poll ... Led the Lady Eagles with a 16.6 points per game average, which ranked third in the conference, and averaged 8.4 rebounds per contest to rank fourth ... Enjoyed a record-setting season including blocking a Carson-Newman record 128 shots, swatting an average of 3.9 per game to lead the SAC ... Additionally, ranked third in field goal percentage during the regular season, eighth in free throw percentage (.755), and was tabbed SAC Player of the Week four times ... Led the Lady Eagles in scoring 21 times and in rebounds 16 times, tallying 10 total double-doubles and one triple-double (14 points, 10 rebounds, 10 blocks vs. Presbyterian) ... In the NCAA tournament, scored a career-best 39 points in the second round against Clayton State before she and C-N were eliminated in their first-ever Division Sweet 16 appearance ... Following the season, Johnson was named to the 2004-05 Daktronics Division II Women's Basketball South Atlantic All-Region team and was selected to the 2004-05 Tennessee Sports Writers Association (TSWA) All-State women's basketball team.
High School: A four-year standout at Seymour HS, scoring over 2,500 points, adding over 2,00 rebounds and over 600 blocked shots to hold the SHS school records ... Posted nearly 100 double-doubles and multiple triple-doubles in her prep career ... Averaged 25 points, 8.4 rebounds, and 2.8 steals per game as a senior and was one of three finalists for Tennessee's Miss Basketball at the AA level ... Was named a Street and Smith pre-season honorable mention All-American ... Was named to the All-District team, the All-Region team, the All-East Tennessee team, the All-District tournament team through her four years and was also selected to the All-State team three times ... As a junior, tied a Tennessee state tournament record with 42 points in a tournament game, breaking the state record with 18 field goals, including 10 consecutive, which was another state record ... Was listed in Basketball Times as one of the top 15 players in the state of Tennessee as a prep.
Personal: Full name is Jennifer Brooke Johnson ... Daughter of Doug and Jana Sudduth and Steve and Sharon ... Majoring in Criminal Justice