Summer of 2003 -- Advanced to the second round of the U.S. Amateur at Oakmont CC with scores of 68-78 -- 146 (T-33) ... Defeated Marc Lawless of Aptos, CA, 1-up in the first round and lost 3 and 1 to Jason Hartwick of Sacramento, CA in round two ... Qualified with a 36-hole score of 142 at Western Hills CC ... Defeated Ian MacDonald of Fullerton in a playoff to earn the last spot ... Tied for 17th at the Pacific Coast Amateur at Capilano CC with scores of 70-69-75-68 -- 282 (+2) ... Finished 12th at the Sahalee Players Championship with scores of 72-74-74-73 -- 293 (+5) ... Placed fifth in the Scratch Players Championship at Stevinson Ranch with scores of 71-68-73-70--282 (-6) ... Finished seventh at the SCGA Amateur at Torrey Pines with scores of 69-78-72-71--290, two-over par ... Advanced to the second round of the U.S. Amateur Publinks at Blue Heron Pines GC ... Defeated Miles Maillet 4&3 in the first round ... Lost to Matt Every 2&1 in the second round ... Tied for 13th in stroke play with scores of 74-71--145 (+3) ... Qualified for the Publinks with scores of 72-70--142 at Shoreline GC ... Tied for 17th at the Northeast Amateur at Wannamoisett CC (par 69) with scores of 69-71-73--213, six-over par ... Finished second at the Southwest Amateur at Karsten in Tempe, AZ with scores of 69-68-66-68--271, 17-under par ... He was the only player in the field to post four rounds in the 60s ... Low amateur at the California State Open at Brookside GC with scores of 76-71-66-69--282, six-under par.
2002-03--Earned All-America Honorable Mention honors by tying for 19th place at the NCAAs ... Also earned All-Pac-10 HM honors ... Academically, he earned GCAA All-America honors and First-Team All-Pac-10 acclaim ... Led the team with nine Top 20 finishes ... Boasted a 1.3 stroke improvement from his junior year ... 11-time member of the Director's Honor Roll.
Summer 2002 -- An appendectomy curtailed his competition during the summer ... Tied for 11th in the Pacific Coast Amateur in August with scores of 75-68-72-75--290.
2002 -- Redshirted the season but played in a number of amateur tournaments ... Tied for 18th at the 2002 Greater International Amateur Championship at Belmont GC in New South Wales, Australia ... Posted rounds of 71-69-68-71--279, nine-under par ... Placed third in the 2002 Lompoc City Championships with scores of 76-72--148 in inclement weather ... Won the 2002 Southern California Pub Links Amateur Championship with scores of 70-71--141 at Wilson GC and scores of 72-71--143 at Oak Valley Golf Course in Beaumont ... Won the Camarillo City Amateur Championship on May 5 with scores of 73-68--141 at Sterling Hills GC ... Won the Pasadena City Amateur on May 19 with scores of 71-69-65-71--276, 10-under par on Courses 1 & 2 at Brookside GC ... Earned a spot as an alternate for the U.S. Open with a score of 71 at LaPurisima GC on May 20.
Summer 2001 -- On May 16, he qualified to play in the California State Amateur by shooting a 69 at El Dorado Park in Long Beach ... Advanced to the match play finals of the 2001 California State Amateur, where he was defeated 4&3 by Darryl Donovan of Gilroy ... Posted rounds of 73-73--146 to finish seventh in the stroke play format ... Also advanced to the finals of match play in the Long Beach City Championships ... Captured second place in the Southern California Amateur, two strokes behind teammate John Merrick ... Posted scores of 71-71-72-68--282, two-under par ... Finished fourth in the 2001 Pacific Coast Amateur with rounds of 72-68-72-75--285 at Forest Highlands GC in Flagstaff, AZ ... Finished 6th at the Long Beach Open with scores of 72-66-69-67--274, 14-under par.
2000-01 -- Averaged 73.8 in 41 rounds with 10 rounds under par and five rounds under 70, both team leaders ... Eighty-eight percent (36 of 41) of his rounds counted in team scoring ... He has two career top 10 finishes and eight in the top 20 ... Recorded his best finish of the season by tying for 12th at the Pac-10 Champoinships ... Recorded a first-round score of 69, two-under par ... Posted a score of 68 in the second round of the Oregon tournament on his way to finishing in a tie for 20th ... Fired a 69 in his first competitive collegiate round of the season at the Northwest Classic, where he finished in a tie for 25th ... Also posted another round of 69 in the third round of the TaylorMade event, where he tied for 19th ... Tied for 13th at the Inverness Intercollegiates ... Also posted a one-under par round of 70 in the first round of the PING event ... Earned All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention acclaim.
Summer of 2000 -- Won the Long Beach Match Play Tournament ... Also qualified and played in the U.S. Amateur and the California State Amateur.
1999-00 - In the summer of 2000, he won the Long Beach Match Play Tournament ... Also qualified and played in the U.S. Amateur and the California State Amateur ... Tied for fifth at the Pac-10 Championships by posting a nine-under par total of 69-70-65-75-279 ... His score of 65 was a career collegiate best and was the lowest round by a UCLA player during the season ... He earned Pac-10 Honorable Mention honors ... He tied for 10th at the Husky Invitational, posting rounds of 73-74-75-222, six over par ... After a first round of 79 at the Anteater, he posted a pair of 72s to place in a tie for 19th ... Tied for 53rd at the ASU/Thunderbird with a three-round total of 223, shooting 71-72 (one under par) in the first two rounds ... He also participated in the TaylorMade tournament where he shot 75-80-73-228 and tied for 69th ... At the NCAA West Regionals, he tied for 74th, but was only five over par at 221 ... He averaged 74.3 in 25 rounds and 24 of those rounds (96%) counted in team scoring ... In the summer of 1999, placed second at the AJGA sponsored Nabisco Dinah Shore tournament at Mission Hills and eighth at the Golfweek/Golf Design AJGA tournament at Coto de Caza ... On the Toyota Junior Tour Cup, he placed among the top five in all five competitions and won the Tustin Ranch event.
High School - Four-year varsity letterman and captain for coach Mike O'Connor ... Four-year Suburban League champion, who led his team to a pair of league championships and three CIF top five finishes ... 1997 Southern California Golfer of the Year and 1998 AJGA Sportsman of the Year ... Member of the 1997 America's Cup Team and the 1998 Hogan Cup Team ... Member of the California Cup Team from 1996-98 ... Finished second in the 1997 California State Junior Championship.
Personal - Has earned a spot on the Director's Honor Roll for the last nine consecutive quarters ... Chose UCLA for its "great environment, phenomenal campus and prestigious education" ... Enjoys bodysurfing, swimming and music ... Father Russ Johnson played baseball at CS Fullerton ... Full name is Travis Mathew Johnson ... Sociology major with a Policy Studies minor.
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