Kavadas Delivers Homer And Walk-Off Against Boston College

Freshman homered to open the scoring, then won the game with an RBI single in the 10th inning.


Big Inning Sends Irish Past No. 9 LSU

Freshman duo of Tommy Sheehan (win) and Cole Kmet (save) power Irish on mound


Four Irish On ACC Baseball All-Academic Team

Fiala, Gilgenbach, Guenther and Johnson among honorees.


Bats Lead Irish By Broncos

Jake Johnson with a 5-for-5 night in home finale.


Irish Rally Falls Short In Series Finale

Eric Gilgenbach homered in the effort for Notre Dame.


Notre Dame vs Pittsburgh Game 2

Game 2 of Notre Dame versus Pittsburgh on May 5th, 2018


Irish vs. Maryland

The Notre Dame baseball team faces Maryland in the USA-Baseball Irish Classic in Cary, NC (Photos by Andy Mead).


Irish vs. Rhode Island

Notre Dame vs. Rhode Island at the USA Baseball-Irish Classic in Cary, NC (Photos by Andy Mead).


Notre Dame 7, Brown 6

The Irish scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth to claim their third walk-off win in the last four games.


Irish at Santa Clara - Feb. 20, 2016

Notre Dame and Santa Clara in game two of a three-game set at Stephen Schott Stadium.

Career & Game-by-Game Stats Get Acrobat Reader


  • Senior CLASS Award Candidate (2018)
  • ACC All-Academic Team (2017)
  • Three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll (2015, 2016 & 2017)
  • Two-time Monogram winner (2015 & 2016)


  • Started 44 games on the year, posting a .403 on-base percentage which ranked third on the team
  • Posted a perfect fielding percentage with 103 putouts and 3 assists on the season
  • Recorded his 100th career hit against LSU
  • Robbed Miami of a homer in left field, making ESPN’s #SCtop10
  • Had a 14-game on-base streak between February and March
  • Named one of 30 Senior CLASS Award Candidates for excellence on and off the field


  • Started 53 games on the year, with a .305 average which ranked second on the team
  • Led the Irish with a .401 on-base percentage while scoring the most runs on the team at 38
  • Was the second-hardest of qualified batters on the team to strikeout
  • Was the only position player with at least five fielding chances to not commit an error (92 putouts, three assists)
  • Ended the year with an 11-game on-base streak, tied for the longest active streak on the team
  • Posted a 10-game hitting streak from April 9-21, tied for the longest hitting streak by an Irish player during the campaign
  • Had a pair of three-RBI games against Incarnate Word and Boston College, while recording multiple RBI in six games
  • Went 5-for-5 with two RBI and a double in win over Western Michigan
  • Homered in 4-1 victory to open series win against NC State


    • Made 21 starts with 24 total appearances
    • Did not commit an error in 28 fielding chances
    • Had two multi-hit games, as well as a nine-game hitting streak


    • Made 22 starts before suffering oblique injury to end season
    • Reached based in the first 19 games of his career
    • Started in left and hit leadoff in first four games of collegiate career during opening weekend
    • Had two hits, six walks and a pair of hit-by-pithces over those four games
    • Had a walk or a hit-by-pitch in the first seven games of his career


    • Earned four varsity letters in baseball and three in football at Atlanta’s Westminster School
    • Rated the 14th best outfielder in Georgia by Perfect Game, as well as 52nd overall in the state and the No. 124 outfielder nationally
    • Named Southeast Regional All-High School performer by Perfect Game as a senior thanks to a .401 average with six home runs, 31 RBI and 18 stolen bases
    • Also named all-region and all-state as a senior, while earning Westminster School’s Best All-Around Male Athlete
    • Named honorable mention High School Underclassmen All-American by Perfect Game
    • Hit .379 as a junior, collecting all-region honors and leading Westminster to runner-up finish at Georgia AA state championship
    • Named second team all-region as a sophomore
    • Twice named to Rawlins All-Defensive team (2013 and 2014)
    • Played summer ball with 643 DP team, alongside teammate Sean Guenther
    • Played receiver and cornerback for Westminster’s football team


    • Born in Atlanta
    • Son of Scott and Gina Johnson
    • Has twin brother, Luke, who plays baseball at Butler
    • Enrolled in Mendoza College of Business as a Finance major

    Jake Johnson
    Jake  Johnson


    Atlanta, GA

    High School:
    The Westminster Schools

    Height / Weight:
    6-1 / 197


    Shop Now


    Gear Store

    Get your Official ND Gear // Shop Now »

    St. Joseph Health System Nissan Delta Canon Visit South Bend Mishawaka Vivid Seats