Print Friendly, PDF & Email

BRIDGEPORT, Pa. — Princeton University alumna Ashleigh Johnson turned aside 12-of-19 shots faced as the United States Women’s National Team overwhelmed the Netherlands, 11-7, at the Debrecen Swimming Pool Complex in both teams’ second games in Group B at the 2022/19th Annual FINA World Championships hosted in Budapest, Hungary.

Johnson, who stopped all five shots she faced during the first half in a 24-2 rout of the Republic of South Africa in the opening round of Group B competition on Monday, June 20, has led the United States to a 2-0 mark to date at the FINA Championship.

A 2017 Princeton graduate and two-time Olympic gold medalist, she will look to help Team USA wrap-up Group B action with a perfect 3-0 mark on Friday, June 24, as the Americans will face Argentina.  The game will pit two former Princeton Tigers as 2015 Tigers’ alumnae Ashley Hatcher competes for Argentina.

Complete statistics of all 2022 FINA World Championship games are available by CLICKING HERE.

Collegiate Water Polo Association