Brett Johnson To Miss 2022 Season Due To Harm

August 27, 2022

Brett Johnson To Miss 2022 Season Due To Injury

Defensive lineman Brett Johnson will miss the 2022 as a consequence of harm.

Defensive Lineman Had Returned After Lacking 2021 Season Due To Damaged Hip Suffered In Car Accident

BERKELEY – Cal’s Travers Household Head Soccer Coach introduced Saturday that Brett Johnson will miss the 2022 season as a consequence of a lower-body harm sustained throughout a workforce follow on Thursday. The harm is unrelated to the damaged hip that Johnson had surgically repaired after an car accident in March of 2021 that prompted him to overlook all the 2021 marketing campaign.

“Brett is without doubt one of the hardest and most devoted soccer gamers I’ve ever been round,” Wilcox stated. “Though this can be a troublesome state of affairs for him, I’m assured that he’ll return to the sector in 2023. He has the unwavering assist of all his coaches, teammates and everybody in our soccer program. It will be important for us to rally round one another as a workforce and reply positively to this adversity.”

Beneath are notes on Johnson with an prolonged bio obtainable by clicking on his identify.


Brett Johnson, DL, 6-5, 300, R-Jr., 4th Season At Cal (Phoenix, AZ/Desert Vista HS)

— A 2022 preseason All-Pac-12 second-team choice of the Pac-12 Coaches and Phil Steele, whereas he was a third-team choose by Athlon

— On the duvet of Athlon’s 2022 faculty soccer preview journal

— Has performed in 17 profession video games with 13 begins since arriving at Cal as a real freshman in 2019 and posted totals of 46 tackles, 6.0 tackles for loss (-26 yards), 3.0 sacks (-19 yards), one go breakup, one go defended and one fumble restoration

— Performed in all 17 video games potential throughout his first two seasons at Cal as a 2019 true freshman and 2020 sophomore earlier than lacking the 2021 marketing campaign as a consequence of accidents suffered in an car accident in March of 2021

— Returned to the sector in 2022 for spring practices and fall camp earlier than struggling a season-ending lower-body harm on August 25

— A preseason All-Pac-12 second-team choice of Professional Soccer Focus as a 2021 junior and third-team choose by Athlon as a 2020 sophomore

— Earned third-team Freshman All-American and third-team All-Pac-12 honors from Professional Soccer Focus as a 2019 freshman when he performed in a career-high all 13 video games with 9 begins together with seven of the final eight contests and recorded profession highs of 26 tackles and three.5 tackles for loss (-18 yards), whereas including a career-high-tying 1.5 sacks (career-high -12 yards) and his lone profession fumble restoration

— Began all 4 video games in a season shortened by COVID-19 as a 2020 sophomore and was tied for third on the workforce in addition to first amongst defensive linemen with 20 tackles, whereas including 2.5 tackles for loss (-8 yards), a career-high-tying 1.5 sacks (-7 yards), one go breakup and one go defended


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