Synchronized Swimming

Amrian Johnson


Cincinnati, Ohio

High School:
Walnut Hills

Health Sciences

Amrian  Johnson


Buckeyes Earn Second Place at U.S. Collegiate Championships

Maryanko wins Individual High Point; Six Buckeyes earn All-American laurels


Buckeyes Win Gold, Advance Teams to Finals at U.S. Collegiate Championships

Baranski and J. Gaylard capture Figures A and B titles


Ohio State Heads to Incarnate Word

Buckeyes set to compete in technical and routine competition


Buckeyes Top Richmond, William & Mary in Back-to-Back Meets

Buckeyes post season-high 97 points vs. William & Mary


Ohio State to Host Jessica Beck Memorial Meet

Buckeyes will compete in trio, duet, solo and team events in the eighth-annual event

2015 Junior Season Highlights

  • Swam on the Buckeye squad that competed at the William & Mary and Richmond meets
  • Finished second in both meets with a score of 85.7667 at W&M and 84.3400 at Richmond

2014 Sophomore Season Highlights

  • On the team that won the U.S. Senior National Championships
  • On OSU's team that placed 2nd at the US Collegiate Championships
  • Most valuable swimmer award
  • Placed third in the duet competition (Wells) against Richmond (79.400) and Williamsburg (79.6667)
  • Member in the team competition that placed first at Richmond (84.200) and Williamsburg (83.1)
  • Member of the Gray team that placed second at U.S. Senior National Championship (81.0667)

2013 Freshman Season Highlights

  • Did not compete for the Buckeyes

Prior to Ohio State

  • Member of National Age Group Champion Synchronized Swimming Team 
  • Team Captain of Cincinnati YMCA Synchrogators for two years, co-captain for one 
  • Member of Walnut Hills Swim Team 
  • Owns school record in 100 Fly and 400 Free Relay at Walnut Hills High School 
  • Awarded 2012 Coaches Award for high school swim team


  • Daughter of Marian and Aaron 
  • Studying to be a physical therapist 
  • Performed in lead roles at School for Creative and Performing Arts as a member of Dance Ensemble 
  • Related to Jimmy "Wink" Winkfield, the last African-American jockey to win the Kentucky Derby in back-to-back years (1901-1902) 
  • Volunteers at Weston Art Gallery and Mercy Hospital 
  • Volunteer tour guide at National Underground Freedom Center

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