Jermaine Johnson
Jermaine  Johnson


Kingston, Jamaica

High School:

Last College:
Tyler J.C.

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 164



2006: Appeared in all 16 matches and started in 13 of them including all conference matches...recorded first assist in a Marshall uniform in season opener against Manhattan...took six shots with half of them on goal in season finale against UCF...tallied 19 total shots on the season, 11 of which came in conference action.

2004-05 (Tyler J.C.): NJCAA all-region selection in 2005...team took third place at 2004 and 2005 regional tournament...played alongside current Marshall teammates Karl Haggon and Avneet Shergill for coach Steve Clements.

Prior to Marshall: Played at Camperdown High School, where he was coached by Barrington Gaynor, former player for MU head coach Bob Gray and four-time All-American at Alderson-Broaddus College...member of championship team in 2005 Long Island Under-23 League and Brooklyn League...played on Jamaica U-17 team and was led team in assists out of high school.

Personal: Born June 7, 1983...daughter Shamaine was born in 2003...planning to major in sports management and marketing...enjoys listening to music, singing, dancing and spending time with loved ones...enjoys Bob Marley and Sizzle...hails from the same high school as Claude Hunt, former Marshall soccer standout...favorite role model is Zinidine Zidane of France because of his "tremendous contribution as a soccer player"...sports management major.

Johnson's Career Statistics
	Year	GP-GS	Shots	Goals	Assists	Points	GWG
	2006	16-13	19	0	1	1	0
	Career	16-13	19	0	1	1	0