11 - Hillary Anderson
|High School:||Champlain Valley Union|
Anderson is as composed as they come in the attack. She takes every role on the field very seriously and gets the job done. She is a teammate who pushes the entire unit. 2007: Played in 10 games, earning time off the bench ... Had three ground balls, one draw control, and one caused turnover ... Recipient of one of Brown's five inaugural Royce Fellowships for Sport and Society ... As part of the Royce Fellowship, Anderson spent the summer of 2007 in South Africa working with the South African Medical Research Council in Cape Town to design and implement viable, sustainable, and localy suitable interventions to reduce secondary transmission of HIV ... 2006: Played in four games, scoring her first career goal at Yale ... Also won a draw control against the Bulldogs ... 2005: Did not see game action, while learning the collegiate game ... Before Brown: A three-sport athlete at Champlain Valley Union, Anderson played lacrosse and basketball for four years and was a member of the sailing team for two years ... The captain of all three sports, she was a three-time All-State selection in lacrosse, earning Second Team honors in 2002 and First Team honors in 2003 and 2004 ... Recipient of Offensive MVP team award in 2003 ... All-American in 2004 and Academic All-American in 2003 ... Team's Rookie of the Year in 2002 and recipient of Coaches' Award in 2004 ... Nominated for McDonald's All-American in basketball as a senior, after earning First Team All-State honors ... Basketball Metro Player of the Year in 2004 ... Earned Ethan Allen Club Scholars Recognition in 2004 ... Played club lacrosse for Green Mountain Girls Lacrosse ... Member of the National Honor Society ... One of the founding members of high school's diversity club ... Personal: The daughter of Jon and Kristen Anderson, Hillary has one brother, Alex ... Concentrating in Community Health.