Granted a sixth year of eligibility following an injury-plagued career in which he has missed most of two full seasons due to injuries • will be limited once again by injuries as a senior • one of the top all-around athletes in the Colonial Athletic Association • exceptional player with outstanding speed • difficult to stop in open field • for his career, has played in 51 games and had five goals and four assists for nine points while recording 72 groundballs and 22 caused turnovers • team's active leader in games played • could become just the 21st player in UD history to play in 60 career games.
2015 SEASON (Game by Game)
Continued outstanding career as a defensive midfielder • served as co-captain with defender James Connelly • played in 14 games after missing the first two games of the season • scored lone goal of the season vs. Binghamton on only shot of the season • had 10 groundballs and four caused turnovers • had season-high four groundballs and caused a turnover in CAA semifinal loss to Hofstra • UD Team Sportsmanship Award winner.
Played just two games during an injury-plagued season and retained senior status • had five groundballs and one shot on goal • missed first five games of the season before making debut in 11-9 win over Lafayette • had four groundballs vs. Lafayette but then had season end due to another injury the next week vs. Binghamton • had one groundball and one caused turnover vs. Binghamton.
Enjoyed an outstanding junior season in which he teamed with Dom Sebastiani for an effective defensive midfield unit • saw action in 14 games, missing only season finale vs. Massachusetts • scored three goals (vs. Detroit, Stony Brook, and Mercer) and dished out an assist against Stony Brook • recorded season-high four groundballs each vs. Villanova and Mercer • caused two turnovers each vs. Drexel and Mercer.
Appeared in all 18 games for the Blue Hens as a defensive midfielder • scored first career goal from vs. Hofstra during the CAA semifinals • recorded 29 groundballs and six caused turnovers • picked up four groundballs against Albany and three vs. Marist, Johns Hopkins and Dartmouth • dished out two assists vs. Bellarmine and one vs. Marist • led team to an 11-7 record, the Colonial Athletic Association Tournament title, and to an NCAA Tournament berth.
Earned letter as a defensive midfielder as a freshman • helped lead team to 10-7 record, Colonial Athletic Association title, and a berth in the NCAA Tournament under head coach Bob Shillinglaw • saw action in three of the first four games of the season, playing games vs. Saint Joseph's, Albany, and Hartford • registered one caused turnover.
Competed in basketball, soccer, and lacrosse at Pelham Memorial High School • two-year starter in lacrosse and basketball and started only season of soccer • played midfield in lacrosse and led team to 16-2 record and the league title in 2009 • played shooting guard in basketball for team that won two league championships and advanced to the sectionals • • forward for soccer team that won the league title in 2008 • earned all-league honors in all three sports and was captain of the lacrosse and basketball teams • leading scorer for soccer team • also earned All-Section honors in soccer • honor roll student.
Garrett Armstrong Johnson • born Oct. 28, 1991 • son of Kenneth and Laura Johnson • honor student as a special education major at Delaware • currently enrolled in graduate school at Delaware • has worked as a lacrosse coach during the summers • enjoys playing basketball and working with animals • father played basketball one season at Brown • uncle, Joel Baskerville, played college basketball at Boston College • sister, Brittany, is a student at the University of Virginia.