Prep Softball

Erin Johnson leaves Cedar Rapids Prairie softball to assist at Iowa

She coached the Hawks for two seasons, compiling a 57-25 record

Cedar Rapids Prairie Coach Erin Johnson fist-bumps Makenna Moenk (4) during a game June 13. Athletics director Rocky Bennett confirmed Monday that Johnson has resigned to take a post on the staff at the University of Iowa, her alma mater. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)
Cedar Rapids Prairie Coach Erin Johnson fist-bumps Makenna Moenk (4) during a game June 13. Athletics director Rocky Bennett confirmed Monday that Johnson has resigned to take a post on the staff at the University of Iowa, her alma mater. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette)

CEDAR RAPIDS — Prairie High School softball coach Erin Johnson has resigned her post, accepting a job as an assistant on the University of Iowa staff, Prairie Athletics Director Rocky Bennett confirmed Monday.

Johnson coached the Hawks for two seasons, posting a 57-25 record.

A former all-stater at Cedar Rapids Jefferson as Erin Doud, Johnson played for the Hawkeyes from 1998 through 2001, playing at the Women’s College World Series.

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