Tre-von Johnson earns three RBI hits to bring in four runs
Tre-Von Johnson is entering his second season as an assistant coach for the Hawks, after enjoying a spectatular collegiate career as a UMES player.
2013: Leaves UMES as one of the best players of all-time to wear the Maroon and Gray and the school's all-time hits leader with 225 hits ... earned MEAC All-Tournament Team, hitting .625 (5-for-8) with a pair of multi-hit games ... limited due to injury but led the Hawks with a .350 batting average, .458 slugging percentage and two home runs in 33 games, including 32 starts ... earned 14 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games in 33 games played ... hit safely in first four games, including 3-for-5 day with an RBI in win over Winthrop (2/17) ... went 2-for-3 with two RBI in return game vs. Norfolk State (3/23) ... later hit 3-for-4 with two RBI at Norfolk State (4/13) ... 3-for-4 with two runs at Delaware State (5/4), starting a five-game hitting streak to finish the year.
2012: Became UMES's all-time hits leader, achieving record with an RBI single against Delaware State (5/12) for hit #173 ... earned All-MEAC Second Team for second season in a row ... hit .318 in 52 games started with 12 doubles and a home run ... lead the team with five sacrifice flies, 12 stolen bases in 15 attempts ... second on the team with 17 multi-hit games, including eight 3+ hit contests ... perfect 1.000 fielding percentage, earning 114 put outs and five assists as the team's center fielder ... combined to hit .500 (6-for-12) with three stolen bases in opening series at Gardner-Webb (2/17-2/18) ... six-game hitting streak with 3/10-3/17, started by a 2-for-4 game at Temple (3/10) with three stolen bases ... went 3-for-5 with two doubles, a pair of stolen bases and an RBI in first UMES victory over North Carolina Central (3/21), starting another six-game hit streak from 3/21-3/31 ... had a third six-game hitting streak from 4/11-4/17... honored as MEAC Player of the Week after hitting .625 during the week, including 6-for-6 game with two doubles vs. Norfolk State, later going 3-for-4 to finish 9-for-10 with five runs and three RBI in doubleheader vs. Spartans (4/14), finishing the week with a 3-for-5 contest vs. Norfolk State (4/15) ... three multi-hit games in a row from 5/11-5/17, capped by a 3-for-5 game with a double, RBI and two runs in MEAC Tournament victory over North Carolina Central (5/17) ... went 3-for-5 with a run scored in final game of the season vs. Delaware State in the MEAC Tournament (5/19).
2011: Second Team All-MEAC selection and MEAC All-Tournament team ... second on the team batting .359 (9th in MEAC), slugging .446 and getting an on-base percentage of .408 ... led Hawks with 11 doubles and 15 stolen bases in 18 attempts ... had team best .986 fielding percentage as UMES's centerfielder, sixth in the MEAC ... had 18 multi-hit games and only player with three 4+ hit days ... ended the season on a nine-game hitting streak, second highest on the team ... went 4-for-6 with a double, four runs and three RBI against Fairleigh Dickinson (2/28) ... went perfect 5-for-5 with three runs scored in MEAC Tournament win over Florida A&M (5/19).
2010: Named MEAC Rookie of the Week (5/11) ... tied for first in the MEAC with six triples (31st in NCAA) ... averaged 0.12 triples per game, good for 35th ... stole 15 bases to place 254th in the nation ... started all 51 games ... hit .302 with 49 hits in 162 at-bats ... team leader in slugging percentage (.463), RBIs (26), total bases (75) sacrifice bunts (six) and triples ... tied for the team lead in runs (31), home runs (three) and sacrifice flies (three) ... had 13 multiple-hit games, including four with three base hits each ... also had six multiple-RBI games with a high of four against North Carolina Central on May 8 ... hit safely in seven consecutive games from March 20 at Savannah State-March 31 versus George Washington ... had a team-high six outfield assists and just five errors with a .946 fielding percentage.
High School/Club: Played baseball, soccer and wrestled at North Dorchester High School ... two-time All-Bayside Conference Second Team selection and one-time All-Bayside First Team member ... earned All-Bayside Second Team as a goalkeeper in soccer ... team was a two-time state finalist ... won two conference titles and was second and third at regionals and sixth at the state championship in wrestling ... had a .398 batting average with nine home runs in baseball ... played for the Eastern Shore Hurricanes club team in Bowie, Md. ... hit .440 with 30 RBIs and six home runs in 2009 ... team was seventh at Triple Crown Nationals in 2008 and 2009.
Personal: Born Oct. 21, 1991 in Cambridge, Md. ... son of Phyliss Johnson ... has one sister, Tia Monae and three brothers, Jordan, Larry and Rhyheem ... major is Exercise Science ... is an Eastern Shore Parks and Recreation youth soccer coach.