BY THE NUMBERS

Brooke Johnson was one of the top defenders in the Mountain West Conference throughout her career, leading the league in steals as a sophomore and junior and finishing second as a senior. She helped lead the Lady Rebels to a share of their first-ever Mountain West regular season title in 2017-18. UNLV held teams to just 38.7 percent shooting from the field, which was the second lowest in the conference. She is the second member of the Lady Rebels to earn Defensive Player of the Year honors. The first was current Las Vegas Aces guard Sequoia Holmes.

CAREER COLLEGIATE STATISTICS
G-GS Min-MPG FG-FGA FG% 3G-3GA 3G% FT-FTA FT% OR DR REB RPG PF-DQ A TO B S Pts PPG
2014-15 30-17 708-23.6 51-175 .291 27-84 .321 34-43 .791 25 70 95 3.2 85-3 67 58 9 38 163 5.4
2015-16 32-31 1100-34.4 146-370 .395 55-140 .393 86-102 .843 24 103 127 4.0 81-2 89 98 15 78 433 13.5
2016-17 31-30 1081-34.9 122-318 .384 48-143 .336 87-109 .798 26 113 139 4.5 82-2 101 106 14 73 379 12.2
2017-18 31-31 1143-36.9 164-411 .399 64-190 .337 107-126 .849 16 73 89 2.9 86-1 121 89 7 57 499 16.1
Totals 124-109 4032-32.5 483-1274 .379 194-557 .348 314-380 .826 91 359 450 3.6 334-8 378 351 45 246 1474 11.9

 

HONORS
xxxx Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year 2018
Mountain West All-Conference 2018
Mountain West Honorable Mention 2017

 

ACES SCOUTING REPORT

“Brooke Johnson is an athletic wing who has shown the ability to knock down big shots and has the length to become a solid defender on the perimeter.”

WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

“From sophomore year and beyond, she really got comfortable and she started becoming a defensive stopper, she was a shooter, she was a driver, she would facilitate the ball and pass. She’s one of those all-around players. It’s really kind of rare. … (She’s) one of those players you can rely on on the defensive end to put on their best player, but then on offense to make so many things happen.”

~ Nikki Wheatley, UNLV co-captain