Jocelyn “Sis” Johnson made an impact in all three seasons playing soccer, ice hockey, and softball. During the spring, she was an offensive force in the softball program for Coach Sue Barnett’s nine, helping the team to consecutive winning seasons. Her greatest impact was on the girls ice hockey team. In a program widely recognized today as one of the premier girls programs in NEPSAC, many consider Sis the first impact girls hockey player in school history. Consider that the year before she arrived our team finished at 0-15. During Sis’ two years in the program, a remarkable turnaround took place as she led the team to consecutive winning seasons, finishing at 8-6 and then 11-7. Amazingly, she managed to score 123 points (including 89 goals!) in her two years averaging nearly four points per game! Her impact did not end with her graduation, as she sent both of her daughters, Jordan ’18 and Jersey ’20, to Williston, where both had an impact on the softball program as outstanding pitchers.