Kelly Johnson
Kelly Johnson


Fort Worth, Texas

High School:
Arlington Heights


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Oklahoma Knocks Off Texas Tech in Big 12 Opener

Jenna Allen makes her Red Raider debut with 21 kills and 15 digs Wednesday night

2003 (Junior)
Named the Tournament MVP at both the Islander Invitational and Big Orange Bash...for the second-straight year led the Big 12 in kills per game with 5.18...her kills per game numbers also ranked her 21st in the NCAA...named Big 12 Player of the Week for the weeks of 9/2 and 10/20, the only Big 12 player to earn the honor more than once...led the team in kills(559), service aces (33),and was second on the team in digs with 287...had 15 double-doubles on the season......her 31 kills against Kansas ranks fourth in a single-match total in Tech single match records...with 20 kills against No.11 Nebraska on 9/27/03, she became the school's all-time career leader with 1,471...had a career high six assisted blocks against Oklahoma...is not only known for her work ethic on the court, but is also a superior student...finished the season with career numbers of 1,471 kills, 96 aces, and 3,849 attempts, another school record...for a second time was named to the Academic All-Big 12 first team and to the honorable mention All-Big 12 Conference.

2002 (Sophomore)
Led the Big 12 in kills per game with 4.99 and points per game with 5.78...her kills per game total ranked 23rd in the NCAA...her 35 kills against Kansas State was the highest single-match total in the conference and a new school record...had the top two kill totals in the Big 12 for three and five game matches...finished the season with 23 consecutive double-digit kill matches...had double-digit kills in 26 of 29 matches...second on team with eight double-doubles...set the school record for kills in a three-game match against Kansas (22), then broke her own record in the next match at Oklahoma (26)...recorded 20+ kills in six of the final eight matches...her six service aces against Oklahoma is tied for fourth all-time in school history...recorded 16 20+ point matches...ended the season with 200 digs, team-leading 46 service aces and team-leading 21 solo blocks...Big 12 Player of the Week for Nov. 11...AVCA All-America finalist...Verizon Academic All-Region VI third team selection...first team Academic All-Big 12.

2001 (Freshman)
Had a stellar first season for the Red Raiders and was rewarded by the Big 12 coaches as the 2001 Big 12 Newcomer of the Year...set the Texas Tech freshman kill record with 393 kills surpassing the mark of 347 set by Ann Romjue during the 1999 season...had 231 digs and 36 total blocks...tallied 20 double-digit kill matches...tallied nine double-digit dig matches...tallied a season-high 22 kills against Ohio.

2000 (Redshirt)
Redshirt season.

A 2000 graduate of Arlington Heights High School in Fort Worth, Texas...played volleyball, basketball and ran track...was coached in volleyball by Jack Warren, basketball and track by T.J. Vinci...during her final three years of high school, her volleyball squad advanced to the first round of the Texas High School playoffs...served as team captain for two years in all three sports...named the District 6-4A Newcomer of the Year in 1997-98...named 98-99 District 9-4A MVP...Fort Worth Star-Telegram second team in 98-99...District 9-4A MVP in 99-00...Fort Worth Star-Telegram first team selection in 99-00...named the Fort Worth Coaches Association Athlete of the Year and the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship in 99-00...in 1999-00 she totaled 344 kills, 149 blocks, 187 digs, 30 aces and a 92% serving accuracy.

Played for Texas Advantage from 1998-2000...her 1999-00 squad advanced to the national tournament.

Born Kelly Brooks Johnson on July 29, 1981...father, Chris, is an Executive Sales Manager in DFW area for Baker Hughes and a 1976 graduate of Texas Tech University...mother, Linda, is a flight attendant and is also a 1976 graduate of Texas Tech...has one brother, Chase...has an uncle, Kirk Johnson, who was a thrower at West Texas A&M...also had a great uncle who played for the Detroit Lions...majoring in Human Development and Family Studies with the goal of playing volleyball beyond college and pursuing a college coaching position.


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