University of Iowa Athletics

#18 Karli Johansen

Class Fr.
Hometown North Vancouver, Canada
High School Handsworth Secondary
Karli Johansen - Field Hockey - University of Iowa Athletics

Hawk Items… Played in 70 career games, with 65 career starts… named to Big Ten All-Tournament team as a sophomore and junior… competed for Canadian Senior National Team in four-game test series vs. United States in May of 2012… competed for Canadian Junior National Team that faced Argentina and Chile in Argentina in May and Mexico in June of 2012… competed for Canadian Junior National Team that completed European Tour in July of 2012… selected to compete for the Canadian Junior National Team in the 2012 Pan American Championship… selected by Field Hockey Canada for the Women’s National Team in 2013… competed in the 2013 ERGO Field Hockey Junior World Cup in Germany, as a member of the U21 Canadian National Team… in July of 2013, served as the captain of the Canadian Junior World Cup Team… named to 2014 Canadian Women’s National Team.

2013 as a Senior…Started all 21 games… recorded a career high four goals…selected to play in the 2013 Front Rush / NFHCA Division I Senior Game… posted a career high in shots with 29… recorded two game winning goals.

2012 as a Junior… Started all 16 games in which she played… missed five games to compete for the Canadian Junior National Team in the 2012 Pan American Junior Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico… named to the All-Big Ten Tournament team… made one defensive save, ranking second on the squad… letterwinner.

2011 as a Sophomore… Started all 20 contests… one of two Hawkeyes named to Big Ten All-Tournament team… tied for first on the team with three defensive saves… three defensive saves ranked fifth in the Big Ten… tallied defensive saves against No. 11 Wake Forest, Central Michigan and No. 10 Penn State… helped lead Iowa defense to conference-leading six shutouts on the year.

2010 as a Freshman… Saw action in 13 contests, including eight starts… one of seven true freshmen to see action… named to NFHCA National Academic Squad.

High School… Named first team all-star in 2009 and second team all-star in 2008… also played soccer… named an honorable mention all-star in 2009… team won the Provincial Championships… named high school female athlete of the year in 2007… member of the British Columbia Provincial Field Hockey team in 2008 and 2009… member of the Adanacs field hockey squad from 2006-2009, placing first in pool in 2008 and 2009 at the Indio National Festival in California.

Personal… Born March 26th, 1992… daughter of Lynn Punnett and Neil Johansen… health and human physiology (health studies) and pre-physical therapy major.