2-TIME NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS QUALIFIER • 2-TIME NCAA FIRST ROUND QUALIFIER
Long Jump - 19-2 ¾ (5.86 meters) • Triple Jump- 42-3 ½ (12.89 meters) • 60 - 7.95 • 60 Hurdles - 8.85 • 100 - 12.40 • 200 - 25.03
Junior: NCAA National Championships qualifier in the triple jump after advancing from the NCAA East • Placed 23rd at the NCAA Championships with a leap of 41-0 (12. 51 meters) • Jumped a season-best 42-1 ½ (12.84 meters) at the Georgia Tech Invitational to secure her qualification for the NCAA First Round • Set a personal best in the long jump at the Joe Hilton Invitational as she leaped 19-2 ¾ (5.86 meters) • Had an indoor season-best triple jump of 41-6 (12.65 meters) and a season-best long jump of 18-8 1/2 (5.70 meters) • Bettered her 200 meters PR to 25.39 at the ACC Indoor Championships • Also competed in the 60 meters and 60 hurdles.
Sophomore: Leaped a new personal record in the long jump at the Kent Taylor-Joe Hilton UNC Invitational, reaching 19-1 ¼ • Also competed in the 100 and 200 during the outdoor season • Had a season-best 41-1 in the triple jump at the ACC Indoor Championships.
Freshman: Competed in the triple jump and pentathlon at the ACC Indoor Championships • Took fifth in the triple jump at the ACC Outdoor Championships • Qualified for the NCAA Outdoor Championships in the triple jump.
Prep: Earned all-conference and all-region awards • Captain of track team • State champion in the indoor triple jump • Spirit Leader for cheerleading team.
Personal: Was one of 25 students selected for the Global Leadership Program in Panama in the summer of 2013 • Veteran Leader in the Carolina Leadership Academy • Participates in Big Brothers Big Sisters, SAAC, and Carolina Outreach • Her dad is a three-time Olympian, the gold medalist in the 110-meter hurdles at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, and a NCAA champion for UNC • Tristine Alexis Johnson is the daughter of Marcia Williamson and Allen Johnson • President of the non-profit Healthy Girls Save The World • Born September 28, 1992.