Zach Johnson staying positive

After he tore his ACL during his senior season of high school, current Husky big-man Zach Johnson kept a positive outlook. He expected to redshirt his first season and get strong enough and healthy enough to come on like gangbusters in his second-year at Montlake. The basketball gods had different plans.
November 3, 2005

Romar talks roundball spoke Thursday with Washington men's basketball coach Lorenzo Romar, who commented on the three players signed for the 2004 recruiting class, as well as other hardwood news and notes.
April 29, 2004

Zach Johnson Signs

SEATTLE -- Zach Johnson, a senior from Sacramento, Calif. signed a letter of intent to attend the University of Washington next year, men's basketball coach Lorenzo Romar announced Wednesday.
April 28, 2004

Johnson Playing Waiting Game spoke Sunday with Zach Johnson, a 6-8, 240-pound center/forward prospect from Sacramento (Calif.) Natomas, and Zach is getting a little anxious. Not anxious from not knowing, just anxious over taking care of some business he's been waiting for a long time to finish.
April 18, 2004

Zach attack on shelf

Zach Johnson is a 6-9, 255-pound center prospect from Sacramento (Calif.) Natomas, and Zach verbally committed to Washington in late January. He hasn't been able to play basketball recently, as a knee injury sidelined him in December, but he's doing what he can to make sure he makes it to Montlake this summer ready to be a Husky. He also admits to being frustrated being on the shelf.
March 3, 2004

Huskies Get Big Man

Zach Johnson, a 6-8 senior center from Sacramento, has reportedly decided to play in the Pac-10...
January 22, 2004