Ashleigh Johnson is an American water polo player. She was part of the American team winning the gold medal at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships, where she played in the goalkeeper position. She was part of the gold-medal winning 2016 U.S. women's water polo Olympic team.Johnson attended Ransom Everglades for high school and was raised in Miami, Florida. At Ransom Everglades, she was a four-year letter winner and starter on her school's team guiding them to three consecutive Florida State Championships. She also earned All-Dade honors throughout career, while also earning all-county honors twice in swimming. As a senior, Johnson committed to play water polo at Princeton University. In her first year she was named Third-Team All American, while earning Honorable Mention as a sophomore in 2014, and Second Team as a junior in 2015. From January 2018 she is hired by the Orizzonte Catania the most titled club in Europe.
Johnson was raised by her mother, Donna Johnson. Johnson grew up with four siblings (three brother and one sister), all of whom play water polo. Her brothers are Blake, Julius and William. Her younger sister Chelsea, is a 2 Meter player and a junior on the water polo team at Princeton University. Logged 51 saves in 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil...Dropped 45 saves in 2016 FINA World League Super Final...Posted 54 saves allowing Team USA to qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games...Recorded 62 saves contributing to Gold-medal win at 2016 FINA Intercontinental Tournament...Named 2015 FINA World Championship Top Goalkeeper and Gold Medal Match MVP...Tallied 66 saves in Team USA's pursuit of Gold at 2015 FINA World Championship...Recorded 17 saves in Team USA's win of 2015 Pan American Games...Split time in net, recording 27 saves en route to Gold at 2014 FINA World Cup...Named Top Goalkeeper at 2014 FINA World Cup...Won Gold at 2013 FINA Junior World Championship where she was named top goalkeeper of tournament. Competes for Princeton University...ACWPC All-American Honorable Mention in 2014. 2012 graduate of Ransom Ever- glades High School...four-year letter- winner and starter...Helped Raiders to three consecutive Florida State Championships...All-Dade honors throughout career...also competed in swimming, earning All-County honors twice...team took state championship during her sophomore season.