DETROIT, Mich. — With the fall sports season approaching, women’s soccer head coach Tony Williams added another student-athlete to the mix for 2013 with the signing of Aisha Johnson.
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Johnson, a 5’5″ forward/midfielder, will be transferring to Marygrove College after earning an associate’s degree at Oakland Community College in 2012. The well-rounded student will fit in well with Marygrove’s team GPA leading women’s soccer team after being named valedictorian of a 15-week Focus Hope Information Technology program.
The 2010 Madison High School graduate was the recipient of the women’s soccer team Sportsmanship Award during her two years of competition for the Eagles.
Coach Williams on Johnson: Signing Aisha gives us greater depth at the midfield and forward position heading into the season. She has a positive attitude toward the game and we look forward to coaching her this season.
Category: Women's Soccer