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Brittanny Johnson

Brittanny Johnson recently completed her sixth season as the head girls basketball coach at Evanston Township High School (Ill.). She presently owns a 129-44 record and has guided ETHS to four consecutive seasons of at least 20 wins, including four IHSA regional championships and four CSL South Conference championships. During her stint at ETHS, Johnson has been named the IBCA District 4 Coach of the Year three times.

Johnson formerly served as the head coach of Kennedy-King College's women's basketball team from 2013 to 2016. Johnson compiled a 54-24 overall record and two of the program's greatest single-season victory totals since its reintroduction in 1996. Johnson took over a team that had won just three games in 2012-13 and saw Kennedy-King post a 20-7 record and get to the Region IV Tournament title in her inaugural season. Johnson's 2014-15 squad won an increased number of games en route to a 21-5 record. The Statesmen also got national prominence in January 2015 when they were voted into the NJCAA's Division I Top 25 poll.  

Johnson was a standout player at Boston College, where she finished her career ranked second on the team in games played (106), 13th in assists (255) and 15th in free throws made (231). Johnson, a three-year starter and two-year captain, helped the Eagles reach the NCAA Sweet 16 in 2006 and the WNIT Final Four in 2009. She graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics and a master's degree in administrative studies.

Johnson was an honorable mention All-American, first team all-state by the Associated Press, a Women's Basketball Coaches Association All-American nominee and a two-time team captain during her prep career at Fenwick High School in Oak Park, Ill. Led by Johnson, the Friars took second at the state tournament in 2003 and third in 2004.

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