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  Aubree Johnson
Aubree Johnson

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Post Falls, Idaho

High School:
Post Falls HS

Height:
6-2

Position:
Forward

Experience:
3V


2006-07

• Turned in her best season as a Sun Devil, which earned her All-Pac-10 honors for the first time in her career.

• Earned Pac-10 All-Academic honors for the third consecutive season.

• Finished the season ranked first on the team and 15th in the Pac-10 in rebounds (5.8 per game); first on the team and ninth in the Pac-10 in blocks (0.94 per game); second on the team and fourth in the Pac-10 in field goal percentage (.529); and third on the team and eighth in the Pac-10 in free throw percentage (.800).

• Concluded her Sun Devil career sixth on the school's all-time list in rebounds (608) and fourth in blocked shots (69).

• Over the last 12 games of the season Johnson averaged 12.3 points, 6.0 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.6 blocks per game while shooting .549 from the field.

• During another four-game stretch earlier in the season - vs. Wash. (Jan. 7), at OSU (Jan. 11), at Oregon (Jan. 13) and vs. UCLA (Jan. 18) - Johnson averaged 14 points and eight rebounds in helping lead the Sun Devils to victories in all four games.

• Was named the Pac-10's Player of the Week after averaging 22.0 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.5 blocks, 3.0 steals and 2.0 assists in ASU's wins over Oregon (61-48) and Oregon State (78-63), the final two home games of Johnson's career. She had career-bests in points (27) and field goals (12) in the Oregon State win, the most by a Sun Devil in either category since December of 2005. Prior to the Oregon game, Johnson had never scored more than 16 points in a game.

• Turned in an inspired performance in ASU's 68-57 win at USC (Feb. 15). Without Emily Westerberg in the lineup (sprained ankle), Johnson played a career-high 37 minutes and led the team with 20 points to go along with seven rebounds and three blocks.

2005-06

• A starter in all but one game, averaged 23.7 minutes, 6.1 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. The 4.5 rebounds placed her third on the team. Also finished fifth on the team with 77 assists.

• Led or tied for the team lead in rebounding five times. • Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team selection and was the co-winner of the team's Academic Award for the third consecutive season.

• Made 72 percent of her field goal attempts (13-18) in ASU's four postseason games (two Pac-10 Tournament games and two NCAA Tournament games).

• Scored 10 points (3-3 FGs) and had four rebounds and three assists in ASU's 80-61 win over Stephen F. Austin in the first round of the NCAA Tournament (Mar. 18).

• Averaged 9.0 points on 8-11 shooting (.727) and a team leading 6.0 rebounds per game in ASU's two contests (vs. Oregon State and vs. UCLA) at the 2006 Pac-10 Tournament.

• Scored 10 points, grabbed four rebounds and dished out five assists with no turnovers in ASU's 74-66 win over Oregon State in the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 Tournament (Mar. 4).

• Was ASU's second leading scorer with 10 points and tied for the team lead in rebounds with seven in ASU's 62-59 upset of No. 11 Stanford (Feb. 16).

• Had a season-best 11 points in ASU's victory over Memphis (Dec. 3) and again in ASU's 77-69 loss at UCLA (Jan. 8).

• Pulled down a season-best 11 rebounds in ASU's 44-43 win over Oregon (Jan. 12). Took the last of her six offensive rebounds and found teammate Emily Westerberg, who hit the game-winning three with under 15 seconds left.

• Scored 10 points and had a season-best six assists in ASU's 79-72 loss vs. (then) No. 8 North Carolina (Nov. 25).


2004-05

• Played in all 34 games with 14 starts, including 13 of the last 14 games of the season.

• Led the team and ranked 17th in the Pac-10 with 5.1 rebounds per game and also paced the squad with 22 blocked shots (0.6 bpg).

• The co-winner of ASU's Academic Award at the year-end banquet for the second consecutive season, earned second-team Pac-10 All-Academic honors.

• Finished the season fifth on the team in points per game (6.1), however averaged 9.4 points and 6.8 rebounds the last month of the season.

• Turned in the first double-double of her career with 12 points and 10 rebounds in ASU's 79-72 loss to North Carolina in the NCAA Sweet Sixteen.

• Led the team in scoring in two games, tying her career high with 14 points vs. Washington (Feb. 24) and again vs. Oregon (Mar. 6) in the Pac-10 Tournament semifinals. In the game against Oregon, scored eight of her 14 points in the second half in addition to the game-clinching steal.

• Pulled down a career-best 12 rebounds (seven offensive boards) in the Pac-10 Tournament championship game against then top-ranked Stanford (Mar. 7).

• Was named to the Pac-10 All-Tournament Team after averaging 7.3 points and 6.7 rebounds per game in the conference tournament.

• Paced the team in rebounding in nine games and in assists five times. Led the squad in rebounding in each of the last four games of the season with 9.0 boards per contest in that stretch.

• Had 10 points and five rebounds vs. Eastern Kentucky in NCAA first-round action before adding 12 points and nine rebounds in ASU's second-round victory over No. 11/13 Notre Dame two nights later.

2003-04

• Averaged 17.6 minutes, 3.6 points and 3.3 rebounds in 29 games played, including starting assignments in five contests.

• Scored a season-best 13 points in her Sun Devil debut vs. Akron (Nov. 21).

• Won the team's academic award.

• Pulled down a season-high 11 rebounds against Western Michigan (Dec. 5).

• Led the team in rebounding in three straight non-conference games (8 vs. Kansas State, 6 vs. George Washington and 11 vs. WMU).

• Turned in one of her most complete games against George Washington (Nov. 29) with eight points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals.

• The Sun Devils' top rebounder five times, pulled down nine boards on two occasions (vs. UCLA, Jan. 15 and vs. Oregon, Feb. 19).


High School

• A 2003 graduate of Post Falls (Idaho) High School where she was the two-time 4A Idaho Player of the Year (2002 & '03) and the Idaho Gatorade Player of the Year in 2003.

• Led her team to 4A state titles in each of her last two seasons.

• Hit the game-winning three-pointer with 0.4 seconds left in the championship game to lead Post Falls to the 2003 state title.

• Earned first-team All-Northern Idaho and All-Border League honors in each of her four years.

• Finished her career as Post Falls' career-leading scorer with 1,334 points.

• Averaged 17.5 points, 11.0 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 2.5 steals and 2.5 blocks per game as a senior.

• Multi-sport star who earned four letters in both basketball and volleyball, three in golf and two in swimming.

• Was coached by Chris Johnson and Carey Carlson.

Personal

• Majoring in kinesiology.

• The daughter of Tom and Cyndie Johnson, has a sister, Desiree (married to Cameron Barclift). Desiree, swam at the University of Washington where she was a team captain and holds the school record in the 100 meter backstroke.

• Younger brother, Jordan (15), passed away from an enlarged heart in November of 2006 while the Sun Devils were in the Virgin Islands for the Paradise Jam over Thanksgiving weekend. To honor Jordan, Aubree switched her number from 32 to 5 (the number Jordan wore in high school) for the remainder of her senior season.

• Born Feb. 24, 1985 in Mesa, Ariz.

• Full name is Aubree Rae Johnson.

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