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Full Name: Britton Weaver Johnsen
Position: Forward
Height/Weight: 6-10 (2.08 m)/ 210 (97.5 kg)
Birthdate: July 8, 1979 (Salt Lake City, Utah)
High School: Murray HS (Murray, Utah)
College: Utah

Utah
SeasonGGSFGMFGAPCTFTMFTAPCTREBASTSTLBLPTSAVG
1997-982102657.4561733.515341054733.5
2000-01312511220.45565100.6501664821142859.2
2001-023030131264.49686143.60118946291637912.6
2002-032727123258.4775196.53118154291431411.6
Totals10982380799.476219372.589570158844610519.6
Three-point field goals: 1997-98, 4-for-13 (.308); 2000-01, 20-for-47 (.426); 2001-02, 31-for-87 (.356); 2002-03, 17-for-66 (.258). Totals: 72-for-213 (.338).

Played his freshman season in 1997-98, then took two years off for an LDS Church Mission to Texas.

Career Highlights: Was voted Player of the Year in the Mountain West Conference as a junior in 2001-02. Three-year starter who earned First or Second Team All-MWC recognition the last three seasons. Ranks 28th in scoring at Utah, seventh in offensive rebounds (182) and seventh in defensive rebounds (388).

Senior (2002-03): Named Second Team All-MWC and First Team NABC All-District 13. Ranked 17th in the conference in scoring (11.6 ppg), fourth in rebounding (6.7 rpg) and 14th in field goal percentage (46.2%). Posted four double-doubles. Scored a season-high 23 points against Arizona State. Came down with infectious mononucleosis in late February that caused an enlarged spleen, which cause him to miss the MWC Tournament, NCAA Tournament and Portsmouth Invitational Tournament.

Junior (2001-02): Named MWC Player of the Year and First Team All-MWC. Ranked 13th in the conference in scoring (12.6 ppg), 12th in field goal percentage (49.6%) and eighth in rebounding (6.3 rpg). Had five double-doubles. Averaged 15.3 points and 8.1 rebounds in conference games. Scored career-high 28 points vs. Colorado State.

Sophomore (2000-01): Named Second Team All-MWC. Scored in double figures 14 times. Ranked 24th in the conference in scoring (9.2 ppg), 13th in rebounding (5.4 rpg) and 15th in field goal percentage (45.5%). Scored a season-high 23 points against Long Beach State. Had 17 points and 10 rebounds against New Mexico. Named to the fall and spring semester academic honor rolls.

Freshman (1997-98): Missed the first eight games of the regular season with patella tendonitis in his left knee. Played in all six NCAA Tournament games as Utah advanced to the NCAA championship game against Kentucky. Averaged 6.2 points and 2.2 rebounds in the NCAA Tournament. Scored a season-high eight points against Arkansas in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Named to the Academic Honor Roll for the winter quarter.

Strengths: Solid all-around player who played within a team concept and thus never scored big numbers.

Personal: Older brother Jeff concluded his playing career with the Utes in 2001-02. Has a twin brother Brandon. Married Lindsey Bradley on April 19, 2002. Majored in communications.