2012 [Junior]: Became the first Warhawk goalkeeper in six years to earn First-Team NAIA All-America honors … also named first-team all-conference by the Southern States Athletic Conference … finished season with a 16-4-2 record, a 1.06 goals-against average and 92 saves … racked up 10 shutouts, which is second-most in AUM history behind James Van Dyne (11, 2001) … was a three-time SSAC Defensive Player of the Week … became the first Warhawk ever to be named NAIA Defensive Player of the Week on Oct. 15 … received that honor after leading AUM to conference wins over Lee and Southern Poly … recorded three-straight clean sheets against Freed-Hardeman (Sept. 15), Florida Memorial (Sept. 16) and Truett-McConnell (Sept. 21) … went a career-high 284:06 minutes without allowing a goal from Sept. 8 – Sept. 22 … made a career-high nine saves in a shutout over Southern Wesleyan in the SSAC Semifinals on Nov. 8 … made five saves in AUM’s SSAC Championship win over Southern Poly on Nov. 10 … blanked Florida Memorial in the first round of the NAIA tournament on Nov. 17, collecting six saves … other shutouts came against Davenport (Aug. 25), SCAD-Savannah (Sept. 1), Emmanuel (Sept. 29), Georgia Gwinnett (Oct. 6) and Spring Hill (Nov. 3) … played 2032:35 minutes, the third most by a goalie in AUM history … was AUM’s representative on the Musco Lighting Champions of Character team.
2011 [Sophomore]: Started 20 of the team's 21 games … earned second-team all-conference honors in his first season with the team … finished with a 12-4-4 record … made 72 saves with a 1.44 GAA and 3.5 shutouts … debuted on Aug. 26 against Graceland … completed his first shutout in a 3-0 victory over Truett-McConnell on Sept. 23 ... made six saves in a shutout of Brewton-Parker on Sept. 29 … blanked Belhaven on Oct. 18, tying a career-high with eight saves … the game was Belhaven's only home defeat of the season … named SSAC Defensive Player of the Week after that performance … won four consecutive starts from Sept. 23-Oct. 1 ... repeated that feat from Oct. 6-Oct. 18, winning eight of nine matches overall … finished with a 0.706 save percentage … played 1870 minutes, allowing only 30 goals.
Prep: Attended Menntaskolinn i Kopavogi in Kopavogur, Iceland … played club soccer for Brediablik FC.
Personal: Born September 6, 1990 … is the son of Johannes Borgeirsson and Solrun Johannsdottir … has a younger sister, Osk … majoring in business ... a member of the AUM Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
|00||Bosko Kovacevic||SR||GK||6-1||180||Krusevac, Serbia|
|1||Vignir Johannesson||JR||GK||6-2||185||Kopavogur, Iceland|
|2||Taian Souza||JR||D||5-11||170||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|3||Eyjolfur Eyjolfsson||JR||D||6-4||185||Reykjavik, Iceland|
|4||Mathis Kroeger||FR||D||6-0||175||Bremen, Germany|
|5||Matias Aristegui||SR||D||6-1||200||North Miami, Fla.|
|6||Niklas Hunold||FR||D||6-2||170||Lueneburg, Germany|
|7||Baron Watson||JR||F||5-7||140||Mandeville, Jamaica|
|8||Sebastian Wladyko||FR||MF||6-2||180||Rangsdorf, Germany|
|9||Cesar Kestring||JR||F||6-1||180||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|10||Christian Holthaus||JR||MF||5-9||150||Vechta, Germany|
|11||Axel Vignisson||SO||D||5-10||170||Reykjavik, Iceland|
|12||Angel Gonzalez||SR||F||5-9||170||Cartago, Costa Rica|
|13||Dagur Jonsson||SO||D||5-11||170||Gardabaer, Iceland|
|14||Agust Arnarson||FR||F||5-11||170||Kopavogur, Iceland|
|15||Zack Chanthongphio||SO||MF||5-9||140||Opelika, Ala.|
|16||Carl Ackered||SO||F||6-0||170||Tyreso, Sweden|
|17||Daniel Grobelny||FR||D||6-4||190||Stuttgart, Germany|
|19||Alexander Neubarth||FR||D||6-1||175||Bremen, Germany|
|21||Elvar Sigurdsson||SO||MF||6-0||175||Kopavogur, Iceland|
|22||Moritz Wolf-Weisbrod||FR||D||5-11||160||Munich, Germany|
|23||Atli Johannsson||SO||D||6-4||190||Reykjavik, Iceland|
|24||Vitor Silva||JR||MF||5-8||145||Sao Paulo, Brazil|