|High School:||Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium|
Academic Notes: Majoring in marketing...Four-time Big Sky All-Academic Selection from 2012-15... Four-time Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient from 2012-15... 2014-15 Golden Eagle Co-Female Scholar Athlete of the Year.
2015 (Senior): All Big Sky Honorable Mention selection... CoSIDA/Capital One Academic First Team All-District 8 selection... 9-12 overall record in singles, 6-5 in the Big Sky... Served as the No. 1 player in the NAU lineup... Named Big Sky Player of the Week on Jan. 27... Posted three seperate two-match winning streaks... 8-9 overall record in doubles, 6-4 in the Big Sky... Played on court one along with Marta Lewandowska.
2014 (Junior): First Team All-Big Sky… Big Sky Player of the Week on March 11… 12-12 overall record in singles, 8-2 in the Big Sky… Most wins on the team in singles overall and during the conference play… Recorded a five-match winning streak during March… Primarily served as the No. 1 player… Fifth best winning percentage in the Big Sky on the No. 1 court… Second most wins in the Big Sky on court No. 1… 13-8 overall record in doubles, 5-4 record in the Big Sky… Most wins on the team during doubles play… 12-7 record on court No. 2… Third most wins on court No. 2 during conference play with Sarah Maria Spruch.
2013 (Sophomore): All-Big Sky honorable mention...13-9 overall singles record, 6-3 Big Sky singles record at No. 2 and 3...Went 12-8 as primary No. 3 singles player...Recorded two win streaks of four or more matches...Had six-match winning streak from Feb. 1-24...Match at No. 3 against Montana State in Big Sky Championship quarterfinal was unfinished...16-8 overall doubles record, 8-1 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1...Teamed primarily with Hannah Stone, as duo went 15-8 overall as primary No. 1 doubles team...Won nine consecutive overall matches from March 17-April 12...Won at No. 1 doubles against No. 29 Arizona...Defeated UC Davis' Megan Heneghan and Layla Sanders, the No. 9 Northwest Region pair, 8-2, at No. 1 with Stone...5-3 singles record and 3-3 doubles record during fall 2012 play...Advanced to round of 16 of doubles main draw with Stone at USTA/ITA Mountain Regional Championships.
2012 (Freshman): All-Big Sky honorable mention...11-10 overall singles record, 7-1 Big Sky singles record at No. 4 and 5...Went 7-9 as primary No. 4 singles player...Tied for team-lead in victories...Defeated Katharina Knoebl of No. 71 Sacramento State, 6-1, 6-2 at No. 5...Won three-straight matches to close out regular season...Match at No. 4 against Montana in Big Sky Championship semifinal was unfinished when match concluded...13-7 overall doubles record, 4-2 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1 and 2...Teamed primarily with Hannah Stone, as duo went 13-6 overall and 12-5 as primary No. 2 doubles team...Won at No. 2 doubles against No. 59 UC Davis and No. 65 Akron...Recorded three winning streaks of three or more doubles matches...Won first three doubles matches to begin season...Won final four doubles matches of season including at No. 2 against Montana in Big Sky Championship semifinal...8-5 singles record and 8-3 doubles record in fall 2011 play.
High School: Attended Viktor Rydberg Gymnasium in Stockholm, Sweden...Played on two different club teams: Djursholms TK for one year and Sollentuna TK for eight years...Played in the Swedish Elite Series for Djursholms TK...Under-21 doubles runner up in the Swedish Championship.
Personal: Johanna Maria Vang was born Oct. 4, 1992 in Sollentuna, Sweden...Daughter of Margareta and Per Vang...One older brother, Niklas...Hobbies include watching movies and traveling...Fan of soccer club Manchester United...Chose Northern Arizona because of its good academic program and beautiful location.