WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Senior pitcher Trent Johnson's collegiate career came to an end at Alexander Field on Saturday. After taking the mound for the final time for the Boilermakers, he pitched five innings before exiting to the sound of applause. He allowed five hits and two runs in Purdue...
CLEARWATER, Fla. – Senior right-hander Trent Johnson delivered a dazzling performance in the American Athletic Conference Championship to propel the Tulane University baseball team to a 4-1 victory over the University of Houston on Tuesday at BayCare Ballpark. Johnson finished the game by working a season-best 7.1 innings, scattered four...
Trent Johnson’s biggest moment in the spotlight turned out to be everything he and the Tulane baseball team wanted and more. Matching Houston's flame-throwing ace Robert Gasser pitch for pitch and ultimately outdueling him, Johnson lifted the Green Wave into the winners’ bracket of the American Athletic Conference tournament with a sterling performance on Tuesday in Clearwater, Florida. Tulane won 4-1, exhibiting no hangover from a four-game sweep at the hands of Cincinnati last weekend.
When Trent Johnson returned to the Tulane baseball team, he hoped for the huge opportunity he is about to get. Johnson, a graduate student who has started only one conference game this year, will oppose first-team All-American Athletic Conference flame-throwing lefty Robert Gasser of Houston in the Green Wave’s pivotal tournament opener on Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Clearwater, Florida.
Trent Johnson entered Tulane’s game with Central Florida on Sunday in the second inning and threw one strike after the other. It was exactly what the Green Wave (28-18, 17-6 American Athletic Conference) needed after a rocky performance from Tyler Hoffman, and it may be what Johnson needed to enter the starting rotation for the final regular-season series at Cincinnati (25-24, 14-14) beginning Thursday.
Facing the lightest-hitting team in the American Athletic Conference, Tulane loaded up on dominant pitching performances this weekend. The Green Wave did just about everything else well in the past three games, finishing off Memphis 8-2 on Saturday at Turchin Stadium while outscoring the Tigers 26-5 over that span and winning its league-opening series 3-1.
MOREHEAD, Ky. -- Trenton Jamaal (TJ) Johnson is a senior defensive back for the Morehead State football program and a theater major from Acworth, Ga., which is about 30 minutes from Atlanta. Johnson has been a contributor to the football team all his four years on campus and is a...
Mishawaka, IN22 WSBT
It's been a banner season for Mishawka in boys basketball. In their first season in the Northern Lakes, they won a share of the conference title. On many nights, senior Trent Johnson has been the difference maker with his big plays and scoring. “On my way to the rim I’m...