Noah Johnson   |   #15   |   OF

Bats/Throws: R/R

Height: 5-10

Weight: 180

Hometown: Jupiter, Fla.

Previous School: Norfolk State University

Eligibility: Sr.

Major: Exercise Science

Baseball: Noah Johnson

Born March 8th, 1995... Majoring in Exercise Science... Aspires to one day open a crossfit gym... Chose PBA because God blessed him with a great opportunity to continue playing baseball... Favorite Major League Baseball team is the Boston Red Sox... Favorite athlete is Dee Gordon... Favorite Bible verse is Ephesians 6:11... Son of Kenneith and Carrie Johnson... Has one sibling: Haley.

2017 (Senior)
Noah made the jump to an everyday player for the Sailfish in 2017, spending time as an outfielder and as the team’s designated hitter … made 34 starts on the season, and missed time in the middle of the season due to injury … finished the season with a .351 batting average, and a .425 on-base percentage … was 10-for-13 on stolen bases on the season … recorded a five hit game on March 15, as he went 5-for-6 against American International with three RBIs and three runs scored.

2016 (Junior)
Played in 34 games and made 20 starts with 12 in the outfield and eight as the DH…batted .301 on the season with 25 hits, 10 RBIs, two doubles, a triple and a home run…he scored 19 runs and stole five bases…he drove in three against Rollins (5/5) with a season-high three hits…hit a home run against Nova Southeastern (4/19).

Spent two years at Norfolk State University in Virginia.

2015 (Sophomore)
Appeared in 28 contests on the year with seven starts... collected six hits and scored seven runs... picked up a pair of RBIs on the year... stole five bases.

2014 (Freshman)
One of the team’s faster players, Johnson made his mark as a defensive substitute and pinch runner during his freshman year … played in 12 games, all coming off the bench … logged three at-bats but scored four runs … scored runs against Xavier, UMES (March series, game three), Coppin State (late-April series, game one) and UMES again (May series, game three).

Lettered four years in baseball, four in track and two in football … a four-year starter in center field for the Bulldogs … was a second-team All-Southeastern District pick as a sophomore and senior … batted .396 with a .475 on-base percentage as a senior and was a perfect 21-of-21 on stolen base attempts … qualified for the state indoor track meet in the 300 meters as a senior … placed sixth in the region and 14th in the state in that event.

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