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2005-06: Earned second team All-RMAC honors in doubles play with partner Sean Voorhies ... Posted a 11-9 record in singles play and a 11-10 record in doubles play ... In the RMAC Tournament first round singles play defeated Colorado Christian's Jeff Wallenberg 6-0, 6-0 ... In second round singles play defeated Metro State's Mark Milner who did not finish ... In first round doubles play defeated Colorado Christian 8-1 in the RMAC Tournament.
2004-05: Went 3-7 in singles play after arriving as a transfer prior to the spring semester ... Posted a 4-7 record in doubles play ... Beat Metro State's Adam Fowler in the Mountain Lions' 6-3 victory over Metro State in the first round of the RMAC tournament.
Pre UCCS Notes:
Before UCCS: Played one semester at The Citadel, a Division I school, before transferring to CU-Colorado Springs ... Attended the world famous Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy in Bradenton, Fla. and even graduated from high school at the nearby Pendleton School ... Spent the first two years of high school in New Mexico, where his La Cueva High School team won back-to-back state championships.
Personal: Majoring in Business Administration ... Enjoys astronomy and skiing ... Achieved Eagle Scout status while in the Boy Scouts of America ... Also earned a black belt in Kung Fu ... Has two older sisters (Shannon and Jennifer) and an older brother (Jeff) ... Parents are James and Susan Johnson ... Born March 15, 1986.
Stories featuring Josh Johnson
|April 22, 2006||Rivera/Schultz named first-team All-RMAC in doubles||University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis players Jason Schultz and Eric Rivera were named first-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the RMAC announced Friday.|
|April 21, 2006||Men's tennis advances to RMAC semifinals||DENVER - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs' 9-0 win over the Colorado Christian Cougars in the quarterfinals of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Tournament Friday at the Metro State Tennis Courts was more or less a foregone conclusion.|
|April 19, 2006||UCCS overwhelmed Colorado Christian in a 9-0 victory||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs swept 88 out of 90 games when they thumped the Colorado Christian University Cougars on Wednesday at the Country Club of Colorado.|
|April 14, 2006||UCCS men's tennis team conquered both Mesa State (6-3) and Emporia State (7-2) on Friday||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team won two matches on Friday, defeating both the Mesa State Mavericks (6-3) and the Emporia State Hornets (7-2) at the Broadmoor.|
|April 12, 2006||UCCS took a tough loss to Metro State with a score of 5-4.||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team took a tough loss to the Metro State Roadrunners on Wednesday with a score of 5-4 at the Broadmoor.|
|April 4, 2006||Men's tennis extends Steel ans Silver lead||COLORADO SPRINGS - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs extended its lead in the Steel and Silver Series Tuesday with a 9-0 men's tennis victory over the Colorado State-Pueblo Thunderwolves at the Broadmoor.|
|March 14, 2006||UCCS men top Dallas Baptist||COLORADO SPRINGS- Josh Johnson scored a 3-6, 6-2, 7-5 win over Kerry Koppa at No. 4 singles to propel the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team to a 5-3 victory over the Dallas Baptist Patriots Tuesday at the Country Club of Colorado.|
|March 14, 2006||Two matches too much for one day||COLORADO SPRINGS - Two matches in one day proved to be too much for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team.|
|March 9, 2006||Doubles wins lift UCCS past Yellowjackets||COLORADO SPRINGS - The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team won all three of its doubles matches and two of their singles matches in a 5-4 win over the Montana State-Billings Yellowjackets on Thursday at the Country Club of Colorado.|
|March 3, 2006||UCCS tennis falls to Division I Air Force||Marc Knutila took his singles match to a tiebreaker game but the Division I Air Force Falcons took a 7-0 victory over the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Friday afternoon at the Air Force Academy.|
|October 28, 2005||Voorhies advances at Bose International||Sean Voorhies beat Shawn Baker of the New Mexico Military Institute 6-2, 6-2 to advance to the second round of the Bose International Indoor Tennis Championships at Santa Fe, N.M. Friday.|
|October 8, 2005||Voorhies, Johnson stay unbeaten in sweep||Sean Voorhies and Josh Johnson remained unbeaten in singles play on the season as the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs men's tennis team swept a pair of matches Saturday at Cheyenne Mountain High School.|
|October 5, 2005||Men's tennis thumps CSU-Pueblo||The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs retained its lead in the Steel and Silver Series at the schools split a tennis doubleheader Wednesday at Pueblo's City Park.|
|September 23, 2005||Men's tennis defeats Colorado Christian 9-0||The UCCS men's tennis team defeated the Colorado Christian Cougars 9-0 on Friday at Lakewood.|
|April 22, 2005||Men's tennis season ends at RMACS||The UCCS men’s tennis team saw it season come to an end with a loss to Nebraska-Kearney in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Semifinals.|