Erika Yohn
Erika  Yohn


Morgantown, W.Va.

High School:





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2016 / AS A JUNIOR
Big Ten Distinguished Scholar
Academic All-Big Ten
• Played in six games, starting five times
• Also started and made three saves in 60 shutout minutes of action in the game vs. Utah that was canceled due to lightning in the second half
• Including the Utah game, she started six straight games from Aug. 28 to Sept. 18
• Will enter her senior season having started 25 games, including at least five each of her first three years
• Ranks sixth in program history with 124 career saves
• Made a career-high nine saves at No. 3 West Virginia in her return to Morgantown
• Matched that effort with nine saves at Northwestern
• Made a save on a penalty kick at Dayton
• Made five saves in the conference-opening win at Illinois, recording her third career solo shutout
• Helped lead the Boilermakers to the first win by the road team in the longstanding Illinois-Purdue series
• Played the second half of the Ohio State game

Big Ten Distinguished Scholar
Academic All-Big Ten
• Started each of the first 12 games of the season and the season finale at Indiana
• Made a season-high seven saves in the victory against Nebraska
• Went the distance in shutout wins against Ohio and Indiana and also played the first half of the 1-0 win vs. Evansville
• Conceded just one goal in six other starts
• Made six saves against Missouri, Illinois and Wisconsin
• Beginning with the Illinois win, accounted for 24 saves over a four-game stretch in Big Ten play
• Made five saves in the victory at Montana
• Ranked seventh in the Big Ten in saves per game

• Played in nine games, making seven starts
• After being sidelined by an injury the first two weekends of the season, made her college debut in her return to her native West Virginia as Purdue was victorious at Marshall
• Made a season-high eight saves in the 1-0 loss to Penn State, the first time Purdue had surrendered just one goal to PSU since 2007
• Also started Big Ten games against Ohio State, Northwestern, Illinois and Michigan State
• Took over at halftime of the Rutgers and Michigan games
• Made seven saves in 65 minutes against Michigan and six in the losses at Illinois and Rutgers
• Surrendered no more than one goal in each of the first five games she played and seven of the nine total
• Went the distance in the overtime win at Northwestern as Purdue posted its 11th straight win against the Wildcats

• First Team All-State and West Virginia Goalkeeper of the Year in 2012
• Helped lead her high school team to the 2011 state title as a Second Team All-State honoree
• Led Morgantown High School back to the state semifinals in 2012 along with consecutive conference titles in 2011-12
• Part of seven consecutive state cup championship teams with her West Virginia United club team
• Played on the West Virginia state ODP team from 2009-11
• U.S. National Team camp invitee

• Major: Mass Communication
• Parents: Alex and Brenda Yohn
• Brothers: Nick and Noah



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