UVA legend Tillman Johnson made a strong case for greatest lacrosse goalie of all-time during his four years in the crease. As a freshman, Johnson was named ACC Rookie of the Year and wrapped his career in the NCAA as a 4x All-American and 2003 National Champion.
Tillman started all 59 games in his career from 2001-2004 and finished his career third in ACC history with a school-record 700 saves. Known for being incredibly responsive and an acrobat between the irons, Tillman has helped revolutionize the position.
Enjoy footage from Virginia’s 12-7 win over Georgetown in the 2003 NCAA Quarterfinals. The Hoos would go on to win the title with Johnson named the MVP.
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This is the stuff legends are made of.
Best Goalie Ever? Tillman Johnson was a BRICK WALL!
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