|High School:||Walt Whitman High School|
2015 All-Ivy League (HM)
2017: Fired in a goal on the road at Saint Joseph's (9/17)... Scored a game-high two goals in the Lions 5-0 victory over Sacred Heart (9/10).
2016: Started all 17 games on the season... Finished out the season as Columbia's leading scorer with five goals... Named to the Ivy League Weekly Performance Honor Roll four times (8/29), (9/18), (9/26), (10/2)... Earned Ivy League Player of the Week honors for the first time in her career (10/2)... In the final minute, she scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win at Brown (10/1)... Scored two goals in two minutes at Wagner (9/25)... Tallied her second assist of the year en route to 2-0 victory over Cornell (9/23)... Scored Columbia's only goal in the home opener against St. Joseph's (9/16)... Assisted the game-winning goal in overtime at Sacred Heart (9/11)... Led the Lions with a goal and an assist in the 4-0 season opening victory
2015: Earned a selection onto the All-Ivy League Honorable Mention Team... Started all 16 games for the Lions... Scored a career-high two goals, including the game winner in the second overtime to give the Lions a 2-1 victory over Yale (10/31)... Scored her second game-winning goal of the month in
Walt Whitman High School: A two-sport athlete in soccer and track, Anderson excelled on the pitch as a four-year letter-winner at Walt Whitman High School. Anderson was a highly-decorated forward for the Vikings, garnering Maryland State ODP Team (2012, 2013), First Team All-Gazette (2014), All-Gazette Honorable Mention (2013), First Team All-State (2014) and Second Team All-State (2013) honors over her illustrious career. The standout forward led the Vikings to back-to-back Maryland 4A State Champions in 2013 and 2014. As a member of the MRM Coyotes club team, Anderson grabbed four-straight Maryland State Cup titles from 2011-2014. In 2012, the MRM Coyotes put together an impressive year as U14 USUYSA Regional and National Champions.
Personal: Enrolled at Columbia College ... Majors in Psychology.