New coach to bring plethora of experience to Hawks, adheres to "positive coaching alliance"
Men's track places nine, women's track, baseball and men's basketball place seven
by: David Whigham
Bowling team secures third NCAA Championship, Johnson hits .625 across five games
Hawks swept in singles and doubles play, Johnson wins one game at No. 1 singles
2012: Named MVP and earned Coach's Award for men's tennis ... played in first position in singles and doubles all year, going 1-15 in singles and 0-14 in doubles ... defeated Cochise Lucas of Wesley College 6-0, 6-4 in singles ... named to the MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team.
2011: Led team with seven overall match wins in singles and doubles combined ... went 4-6 in singles play with three wins in sixth position and one in fifth ... named MEAC Rookie of the Week for period ending March 20th with 6-0, 6-0 singles win over Coppin State's Casey Pleasants ... won first singles match of Hawks career with 6-0, 6-0 win over Virginia Union's Orlando Nelson ... 3-8 in doubles play with Dorian Thomas.
High School: Made the honor roll from 2007-2009 ... lists best sports moment as defeating rival Roosevelt H.S. in his senior year.
Personal: Born Feb. 19, 1992 in Silver Spring, Md .... Son of Juliet and Camero Johnson ... Has a brother, Calen ... Nickname is "Swole" ... Major is exercise science ... wants to go back to China and train after graduation ... person who influenced him most is Bruce Lee as he achieved a high level of wellness in a short time ... lists getting a first degree black belt as his best non-athletic accomplishment ... favorite saying is "Whatever you do, never stop, not even for a day" ... hobbies include working out ... favorite book is The Art of Expressing the Human Body by Bruce Lee ... personal athletic goal this season is to be an effective doubles player and raise his level in singles play ... wants to win the MEAC Tournament before graduation.