Dustin Johnson
Dustin Johnson
Title: Assistant Coach
Phone: 443-352-4385
Email: drjohnson@stevenson.edu
Alma Mater: Salisbury '05
Experience: 4th year

Johnson returns for his fourth season as an assistant track and field coach where he works with sprints and recruiting while leading the team's strength and conditioning. In addition he also serves as the defensive backs coach for the football team.

During his tenure with the track and field program, Johnson has mentored the top sprinters in both men's and women's team history in Robert Watley and Julie Egonu. In 2011, Watley set the school records for the 100, 200 and 400-meter dash while Egonu holds the records in the 100 and 200 and was a three-time All-CAC selection. She also finished sixth in the 200-meter dash at the 2012 ECAC Division III Indoor Track and Field Championship.

Johnson came to Stevenson after spending five years as the running backs coach at Salisbury from 2005-10. He also served as the assistant strength and conditioning coach at his alma mater after spending one season coaching the quarterbacks and defensive backs at Delmar High School in Delmar, Delaware.

While at Salisbury, Johnson was one of the best players in school history, totaling a record of 29-6 as four-year starter at quarterback while helping lead the Sea Gulls to two NCAA Division III Football Championship appearances in 2002 and 2004.

As a freshman in 2002, Johnson was named ACFC Rookie of the Year after leading the nation in rushing among quarterbacks with 1,204 yards. Despite a torn ACL that cut short his senior season, he still finished as Salisbury's second all-time leading rusher with 3,216 yards. He also ranked sixth in school history with 2,204 yards passing and 10th with 174 points.

Johnson was a three-time All-ACFC selection and two time ACFC All-Academic Team honoree. In 2007, he went on to play quarterback and receiver for the Amarillo Dusters and the Bossier-Shreveport Battlewings of arenafootball2.

Johnson received his bachelors degree in education from Salisbury in 2005.