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|Lisa Raschkow Johnson |
Auburn High School, 1983
Lisa Raschkow Johnson was a gifted athlete who played many sports at Auburn High School. In 1982, she helped her softball team to a first place finish at the state championships and her soccer team to a third place finish at the state championships. But Lisa will mainly be remembered for the things she did on the basketball court. She was a three-year starter at point guard, participated on a state championship team with an undefeated season in 1982-83, and finished with 550 assists in her three years at Auburn – 246 more than any other player in school history. She was also named a Converse All-American in 1983.
After Auburn High School, Lisa received a full scholarship to the University of Washington. There, she was a four-year varsity letter winner, 1986 and 1987 Women’s Team Captain, and 1987 Pac 10 Medal of Honor Recipient. Lisa ended her career with a record in assists that held for 15 years.
Lisa graduated from the UW with a math major and a 3.4 GPA. After a successful 15-year career in computer software business, Lisa lives with her husband, Mark, and two children in Bremerton.