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Rosie Johanson
Rosie  Johanson


Abbotsford, British Columbia



Johanson Takes Runner-Up At ITA Atlantic Regional

Cavalier sophomore finishes runner-up in singles, claims doubles title at ITA regional event


Cavalier Duo Wins ITA Atlantic Regional Doubles Title

All Cavalier final highlights Monday action, Johanson advances to Tuesday semifinals in singles


Johanson Named ITA Atlantic Region Rookie of the Year

Cavalier freshman earned All-ACC honors, posted 28-10 record in first season


Rosie Johanson Named All-ACC Selection

Cavalier freshman earns second-team honors as UVA opens ACC Championships

2016-17 (Freshman Season)
Named All-ACC Second Team
ITA Atlantic Region Rookie of the Year
VaSID Rookie of the Year
Posted a team-leading 28-10 mark in singles play
Went 16-6 in dual match play, splitting time at No. 1 and No. 2 singles
Went 9-4 at No. 1 singles and 7-2 at No. 2 singles
Also went 6-5 against nationally-ranked opponents
Finished the season ranked No. 65 in the ITA singles rankings
Posted a 21-16 mark in doubles play
Went 17-12 in doubles with Meghan Kelley, including 12-9 in dual play and 8-4 in ACC


• Competed with the Canadian Fed Cup Team U14 and U16
• Claimed four ITF junior titles, two grade 4s and two grade 5s
• Doubles winner at the Winnipeg 25k in 2014
• Doubles winner at the Victoria 10k in 2015
• Two-time U18 Junior Nationals doubles champion
• Also a U18 Junior Nationals singles champion
• U16 Junior Nationals singles winner
• Singles and Doubles Champion at the Washington State Open
• Helped her team claim a silver medal at the Canada Games
• Tennis British Columbia Junior Female Athlete of the Year in 2013
• Also played soccer and ran track
• Team captain of the Fraser Valley Mariners soccer team
• 1500m record holder at Fraser Valley

• Daughter of Mike and Sarah Johanson
• Born in England
• Has two siblings
• Uncle won Stanley Cup with the Detroit Red Wings
Grandfather was an Olympic pole vaulter


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