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Anna Grant   10
Anna Grant

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Stratham, N.H.

High School:
Exeter

Height:
5-9

Position:
Back

Birthdate:
01/05/1993


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2013:
  • Second Team All-MAAC selection after being named a Preseason All-MAAC pick
  • Named to the MAAC All-Academic Team
  • Achieved a perfect 4.0 GPA both semesters
  • Dished out career-high three assists

2012:
  • MAAC All-Academic Team selection
  • Scored game-winning goal at Canisius (Sept. 30)
  • Dished out assists at Rhode Island (Aug. 24) and Binghamton (Sept. 7)
  • Tallied four points on a goal and two assists

2011:
  • MAAC All-Rookie Team selection
  • Member of Siena's 4.0 Club
  • Played 90 minutes or more on six occasions
  • Appeared in 11 games and started the final eight contests in the center back

BEFORE SIENA:
  • Four-year varsity starter at back for Exeter High
  • Also played basketball and ran track
  • Led Exeter to three Division I State Championships including an undefeated 18-0-1 record during her senior season en route to being named First Team All-State
  • Led her track team to the 2011 New Hampshire State Championship and holds the school record in the javelin
  • NHIAA Scholar Athlete

PERSONAL:
  • Daughter of Mike and Karen Grant
  • Has an older brother, Alex, who played both football and lacrosse at Maine Maritime Academy, and a younger brother, Tyler, who plays football at Bowdoin College
  • In 2008 won the National Punt, Pass and Kick NFL competition and was interviewed on Good Morning America and named an honorary captain for the coin toss during a New England Patriots playoff game
  • A double major in Mathematics and Computer Science
  • Aspires to work in information technology

COACH KARBOWSKI SAYS:
    "Anna is a steady performer and continues to take on more leadership heading into her senior year. She serves a great long ball out of the back and is valuable on set pieces. Anna has improved her ability to read the game, be a great possession player and start the attack from the back."
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