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Tommy  Johnson
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Tommy Johnson


Gaithersburg, Md.

High School:
Quince Orchard

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 205




2007: Started in 25 of 39 games played...registered a .324 batting average...hit two homers, both against Memphis (4/21, 4/22)...tallied four RBI and three RBI respectively in those games...earned C-USA hitter of the week for performance during the Memphis series...third on team with .448 slugging percentage...totaled 19 RBI on season...had three 3-hit games against Memphis (4/22), Houston (4/27), and Miami (Ohio) (5/14)...notched two of his seven total doubles against Houston (4/27).

2006: Missed first 19 games with wrist injury ... made big impact in first game back with a 3-run homer and four RBI in win over No. 25 James Madison in first game of doubleheader ... had three hits and game-winning RBI in second game of doubleheader ... played in 16 games total with eight starts ... had two-hit games at Ohio (4/4) and Eastern Kentucky (5/3) ... doubled, drove in run and scored at Virginia Tech (4/18) ... had on-base percentage of .523.

2005: Had solid freshman campaign, finishing fourth on team in batting with .308 average ... played in 43 games, starting 32 ... second on team with nine doubles, third in RBI (26) and fourth in slugging percentage (.436) ... ripped four hits and had first stolen base in contest at Eastern Kentucky (3/30) ... hit first collegiate home run - a grand slam - and drove in career-best five runs in 12-4 win at Virginia Tech (4/23) ... earned MAC East Player of the Week honors April 25 following games vs. Eastern Kentucky and Virginia Tech ... had three hits, including an RBI double, in contest at Southern Miss (2/19) ... notched his first Marshall hit with run-scoring double in opening game of season at Mercer (2/12) ... had season-best seven-game hitting streak from April 16-29 ... played summer ball in Valley League with Haymarket Battle Cats.

High School: In senior year (2004), batted .422 with 19 walks, 25 RBI and was 6-for-7 in throw outs while recording no passed balls ... named First Team All-County, All-County All-Star and All- Met Honorable Mention in 2004 ... team made regional championships in 2003 ... played in 2003 Blue + Gray Classic at Wake Forest.

Personal: Born March 14, 1986 ... parents are Steve and Debby Johnson ... has brother, Michael, who played baseball at UMBC ... major is sports management and marketing.