Hall of Fame|
CollegeUniversity of Massachusetts
Anderson was inducted as a truly great player. Following a standout prep career at Needham (Mass.) High School, Anderson became a four-year letterwinner on attack at the University of Massachusetts. She was team captain and team MVP as a senior in 1982 while helping UMass to capture the inaugural NCAA women’s lacrosse national championship. She was also the team’s leading scorer that season.
Anderson played on the U.S. World Cup team in both 1986 and 1989. She finished as the tournament’s leading scorer in the 1986 World Cup and scored the game-winning goal for Team USA in the 1989 championship game. She was also a member of the U.S. Touring Team to England in 1984.
Anderson enjoyed a nine-year career as a club player in New England, and has been previously inducted into three other halls of fame.