A Century of Champions: Marcy Erickson Johnson

Marcy Erickson Johnson

The most accomplished tennis player in Saint Benedict history, Marcy Erickson Johnson received the program's Most Valuable Player award in each of her four seasons at CSB. As a first-year player in 1985-86, Erickson Johnson was named the NCAA Division III National Tennis Rookie of the Year by the Intercollegiate Tennis Coaches Association. She qualified for nationals five times in four seasons, earning three national tournament berths as a singles competitor and two in doubles action.

A three-time All-MIAC honoree, Erickson Johnson won three individual MIAC championships and earned the MIAC Chris Evert Sportsmanship Award as a senior. In both of her final two years of competition, she was named team captain, Academic All-Conference, CoSIDA College Division Women's At-Large First Team Academic All-America and Academic All-America of the Year, ITCA/Volvo Academic All-American, and Collegiate Scholastic All-American. She also received the College's Presidential Award in 1989. Erickson Johnson was inducted into the CSB Athletics Hall of Fame in 1996.

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