Johnson led the program to five consecutive TranSouth Tournament Championships. In 2009 Johnson led the Trojans to their first-ever NAIA National Championship Tournament, placing 22nd.
Coach Johnson has been recognized with the TranSouth Coach of the Year honor on five occasions.
During his previous nine years at the helm of the program Johnson produced five TranSouth Tournament medalists, 20 All-TranSouth players, five TranSouth Tournament team championships, six other tournament championships, 24 all-tournament players, nine tournament medalists, two TranSouth Freshmen of the Year, six NAIA Scholar-Athletes, and 16 TranSouth Scholar-Athletes.
Coach Johnson and his wife, Sarah (Adams), live in Old Hickory and have three sons: Chad (daughter-in-law Amy), Brian (daughter-in-law Ashley), and Austin. The Johnsons are members of the Trevecca Community Church of the Nazarene.
Johnson served as for two years as the men's assistant golf coach at Trevecca prior to taking the reins of the women's program. He also served as interim head coach of the Trojan softball team in 1999. Prior to his work at Trevecca, Johnson revived the Southern Nazarene University baseball program in Bethany, Oklahoma, in 1996.
If you or someone you know might be interested in playing for the Trevecca women's golf team, simply e-mail coach Johnson via the link above.
|Sarah Jo Dixon||SO||5-5||Cookeville, Tenn.||Cookeville HS|
|Whitney Phillips||JR||5-3||Goodlettsville, Tenn.||Davidson Academy|
|Maddie Privott||JR||5-6||Bethany, Oklahoma||Bethany HS|
|Ashley Randolph||SO||5-4||Cookeville, Tenn.||Cookeville HS|
|Ashley Scism||SR||5-2||Nashville, Tenn.||Donelson Christian|