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#20 Annie Sittauer
Position: Defender/Forward
Height: 5'8"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Everett, Wash.
High School: Everett
Club: Crossfire Premier

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Washington

2013 (Senior): Played in 15 games, starting 12 of them ... Started the final eleven games of the season ... Recorded 12 shots total, five on goal. 

2012 (Junior): Started all 21 games and tallied two assists on the season ... Played in 82 minutes of the season-opener at Seattle U earning the start ... started at Colgate and Syracuse ... assisted Chelsea Archer's goal in the 89th minute at Colgate ... played in 148 minutes total vs. La Salle and Fresno State ... helped anchor the back line that posted shutouts at Gonzaga and vs. Notre Dame ... started at Utah State and drew the foul in the box that led to the game-tying penalty kick ... earned the start at BYU ... started and played 70 minutes at USC in the Pac-12 opener ... earned the start at Colorado and assisted Lindsay Elston on the game-winning goal in the 90th minute ... played 63 minutes at Utah earning the start ... played all 110 minutes vs. Arizona on defense ... played all 90 minutes on defense vs. ASU helping post the 2-0 shutout ... played every minute on the back line vs. No. 3 UCLA ... earned starts at No. 25 Cal and NO. 2 Stanford ... A Pac-12 All-Academic First Team selection.

2011 (Sophomore):Named Most Improved at the Husky team banquet ... Second-Team Pac-12 All-Academic ...played in all 20 matches, getting starts in 14 games ... recorded four shots ... took a shot against Wisconsin (Aug. 26), Colorado (Oct. 7), USC (Oct. 14), and Oregon (Oct. 21) ... was part of the defense that helped the team record two shutouts and allowed top-ranked teams such as Stanford, UCLA, Wisconsin, Cal and Portland to score just once each.

2010 (Freshman): Came off of the bench and played 19 games, including the season-opener at Seattle U on Aug. 20 ... played in six Pac-10 games ... played 31 minutes vs. Oklahoma in the NCAA First Round game on Nov. 12 and also saw time in the NCAA Elite 8 match at Boston College on Nov. 27 ... played in a career-high 38 minutes at UMass on Aug. 27 ... tied for fourth on the team with three goals ... scored her first career goal vs. Syracuse on Sept. 3 in the 56th minute ... scored her second goal vs. Cleveland State on Sept. 17 in the 47th minute ... also scored vs. Oklahoma in the 82nd minute ... recorded two assists on the year, her first on Kelsea Brajkovich's goal in the 50th minute at UMass ... her second assist came vs. Cleveland State on Faustine Dufka's goal in the 59th minute ... scored eight total points, which was sixth-best on the team ... took 15 shots, seven on goal.

High School/Club:
Four-year letterwinner at Everett High School ... Led her team to two WesCo North titles and one state title, the latter of which came her junior year ... Team captain her senior season ... a three-time all state and four-time all-league honoree ... one of the Seattle Times' "2009 Star Times" honorees her senior year ... participated in the 2007 Region IV Regional Camp ... played for Crossfire Premier for five years, winning three state titles ... a 2009 Region IV champion, 2007 regional finalist and a 2006 Super Y National Champion ... scored 21 goals and added 14 assists her senior year ... one of six 2010 recruits to play for Crossfire Premier ... carried a 3.89 GPA.

Personal:
Annelise Roxana Sittauer ... parents are Dawn and John Sittauer ... has a younger sister, Rosie ... her mother also attended UW.

Coach Gallimore on Sittauer:
"Annie has a tremendous physical presence on the field. She is strong and quick and can hold the ball well for the team. She does very well as a target up front and has a nose for the goal. She is also quite impressive as a defender and has been formidable there during her youth career."

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