|High School:||Roseville HS|
Seeing more playing time in the field in her second year, Alexi played in 25 games while starting 20 contests at second base for the Tigers. For the year, Johnson hit .204 with 11 hits, including one double, while scoring three runs. At the end of the year, Alexi earned the team's Char Burshiem Most Improved Player award while also earning the Catherine Harnack Academic Achievement Award to go along with All-Big West Academic honors.
Walking on the team in her first year at Pacific, Johnson saw action in 14 games Pacific's primary base-runner off the bench. In 14 games, Alexi scored five runs with her first collegiate score coming on Feb. 24 against Iowa State. She saw her first action in the field at second base for the Tigers on May 4 against UC Davis.
A 2011 graduate of Roseville High School was an standout infielder for the Tigers for four seasons. A two-time All-Sierra Foothill League honoree, Johnson culminated her high school softball career with a selection to the all-league first team as a senior after leading the Tigers to a 27-7-1 overall record in 2011. For the year, Johnson hit .379 with an on-base percentage of .410 to lead the way for Roseville. Off the field, Johnson was just as impressive as she was an honor roll student while serving as the senior class president.
Alexi Johnson was born in Roseville, Calif. and is the daughter of Debbie and Brad Johnson. She has two older siblings, Mandy and Brennon. In her third year at Pacific, Alexi is majoring in business administration.