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Chloë Johnson

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Player profile

  • Year Fifth Year
  • Hometown Derwood, Md.
  • Last School Magruder High School
  • Height 5-6

Ohio State Career

  • Earned IL Women and USA Lacrosse Magazine Honorable Mention All-America accolades, IWLCA First Team All-Region honors and Second Team All-Big Ten recognition
  • Enters fifth year third in school history with 209 career draw controls
  • Set program single-season record with 124 draw controls in 2022
  • Has played in 53 games in the Scarlet and Gray, with 37 starts; 48 goals, 11 assists and 59 points, along with 39 ground balls, 85 draw controls and 24 caused turnovers
  • B1G Midfielder of the Week March 30, 2021

2022 (Senior Season) 

  • IL Women and USA Lacrosse Magazine Honorable Mention All-American
  • IWLCA First Team All-Region
  • Second Team All-Big Ten
  • Started all 16 games at attack and had a career-best 24 goals, five assists and 29 points; had a point in all but four games, with a goal in 11 outings
  • Ranked ninth nationally and second in the Big Ten with 7.75 draw controls per game
  • 124 draw controls to set Ohio State single-season record and first Buckeye with more than 100 in a single year
  • Became third Buckeye with more than 200 draw controls April 23 at Johns Hopkins
  • Six games with 10-plus draw controls and tied program record with 13 at Duquesne March 10
  • Three outings with 11 draw controls – Feb. 12 vs. Robert Morris, March 12 vs. The Mount and April 23 vs. Johns Hopkins and had 10 against Cincinnati Feb. 16 and Louisville March 31
  • Ended the campaign on a six-game goal-scoring streak with 15 goals in the stretch
  • Four hat tricks, all in final seven games; notched three in a row vs. Penn State March 26, Louisville March 31 and Michigan April 8, along with in the season finale vs. Rutgers April 28
  • Started year with two goals and an assist in each game vs. Robert Morris Feb. 12 and Cincinnati Feb. 16; also had three points with two goals and an assist March 12 vs. Mount St. Mary’s and April 23 at Johns Hopkins and scored twice at Denver Feb. 25

2021 (Junior Season) 

  • Played in all 13 games, starting seven
  • Team-best 45 draw controls, with six ground balls and six caused turnovers
  • Named Big Ten Midfielder of the Week March 30, 2021 after leading Buckeyes in a two-game sweep of Penn State; had 19 draw controls, two caused turnovers, a goal, two assists and three points in the two games combined; notched then-career best seven draw controls in first game March 26, along with assists on two goals in a 13-second span and a tally that helped seal then win; had 12 draw controls, the most for a Buckeye since 2016, in game two March 28
  • Scored twice vs. Rutgers Feb. 26 (both man-up) and Maryland March 20
  • Also tallied vs. Michigan Feb. 21 and against Rutgers April 29 in the Big Ten Tournament
  • 17 draw controls in final three games combined, with five vs. Northwestern April 8 and Michigan April 16 and seven vs. Rutgers in the Big Ten Tournament

2020 (Sophomore Season) 

  • Started all nine games for the Buckeyes
  • Finished the season with 12 goals, ranking fifth on the team, adding two assists for 14 points
  • Picked up 10 ground balls
  • Second on the team with 24 draw controls
  • Registered six caused turnovers
  • Scored at least once in seven games
  • Hat trick against No. 12 Stony Brook Feb. 15

2019 (Freshman Season) 

  • Appeared in 15 games, starting five
  • Finished with seven points on five goals and two assists
  • Picked up 23 ground balls, ranking third on the team among field players
  • Caused 12 turnovers, good for fourth on the team
  • Fourth on the squad with 16 draw controls
  • Had a career-high two points against Detroit Mercy Feb. 10
  • Picked up a ground ball in 13 of 15 games played
  • Had a career-high four draw controls against Cincinnati Feb. 8
  • Leadership Council member

Prior to Ohio State

  • High school team captain
  • Two-time Second Team All-WCAC
  • Under Armour All-Tournament Team
  • Under Armour All-American Team (South)
  • Played for Capital lacrosse club one year, Rebels for nine years and Stars for two years
  • Also participated in indoor track and soccer

Personal

  • Daughter of Tre Johnson, who played football at Temple and in the NFL for 10 seasons for Washington and Cleveland, and Crista Tabor
  • Four siblings – Jeremiah Tabor and EJ, Ezon and Eden Johnson
  • Psychology major
  • Deciding between medical and law school
  • Member of an organization to connect Black female athletes on campus
  • Father put her into lacrosse at age 4
  • Used to fence and loves to dance
  • Grandfather played professional basketball

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