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.
This is the stuff legends are made of.
Best Goalie Ever? Tillman Johnson was a BRICK WALL!
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