- 2017 CCSA All-Tournament Team
- Spring 2019 President's List
- 2019 CCSA All-Academic Team
- Fall 2018 Dean's List
- Spring 2018 President's List
- Fall 2017 President's List
- Spring 2017 Dean's List
Compiled a 21-14 record playing in 35 of GSU's 36 duals... Paired primarily with Olivia Stasevich and Eden Hawes, earned one win with Ashley Bauchert... One of eight Panthers to win 20 matches... Was 11-7 in the top fight with Eden Hawes defeating top pairs from TCU, Tulane, and Grand Canyon... Finished the season winning nine matches with Olivia Stasevich and one with Bauchert... Took down the top pairs from UNCW, Tampa, and FAU... In the CCSA Tournament paired with Stasevich to earn wins in pool play over Tulane and South Carolina... Finished the season 7-3 in matches that went a full three sets.
Competed in 29 matches and accumulated a 21-8 record on the season… Was 18-7 on the year with partner Olivia Stasevich in the number three lineup spot… Defeated pairs from No. 7 LSU on three occasions, No. 8 South Carolina twice, and No. 10 FIU… Also earned wins over pairs from FAU, Stetson, Tulane, and TCU… Also earned wins with Meagan McCall, Allie Elson, and Rebekah Brodbeck… Was 10-0 in three-set matches… Went 3-1 in the CCSA Tournament… The 21 wins were fifth most on the team… Her .724 winning percentage was a team high.
Started 29 dual matches in a remarkable season as a true freshman ... Competed in the No. 3, 4 and 5 flights ... Registered a 21-8 overall record playing primarily with partner Olivia Stasevich ... Also played with Sarah Agnew ... 21 wins ranked tied for fourth on the team ... Went 16-5 with fellow freshman Stasevich ... Named to the CCSA All-Tournament Team with Stasevich after going 3-1 in Emerson, Ga. including a win versus No. 7 LSU ... Recorded quality victories against FAU, Stetson, Florida State, South Carolina, TCU, FIU and LSU.
Played for head coach Gavin Swanson at Loreto College Cooparoo in Brisbane, Australia … Earned several awards, including Junior Sportswoman of the Year from 2011-2013 and Senior Sportswoman of the Year in 2014 … Was the vice-captain of the Australian women's volleyball team … Competed at the 2014 Asian Youth Championships … Also competed at the U17 Beach volleyball world championships in 2014 … Won a silver medal at the U19 Australian Junior Beach Volleyball Championships in 2016 … Was a track and field champion at Loreto from 2011-2015 … In addition to volleyball, played netball, basketball, tennis, track and field, and cross country … Earned academic honor awards in 2012, 2011, and 2015.
Born Georgia May Johnson on Sept. 7, 1998 in Toowoomba, Australia … Parents are Darryl and Helen Johnson … Has two older brothers named Ryan and Blake … Major is undeclared.