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Julia Anderson


Sophomore - Forward/Defense
Hartford, VT
Hartford HS

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2016-17: Anderson skated in 13 games, primarily on defense, although she switched to forward late in the season, with her ranginess on the forecheck adding a unique obstacle for opponents.

Prior to Penn State: Anderson, who at 6-foot-1 is the first player in team history to reach six feet of height, played at Hartford High School in Hartford, VT. She helped the Hurricanes' status as a regular state playoff contender, including advancement to the quarterfinals in both 2014 and 2015. The right-handed shot was also a regular at the Elite Hockey Camp held and Dartmouth College and Norwich University, where she received the Director's Award two years in a row for demonstrating leadership, coachability and work ethic.

Personal: Julia Anderson was born on August 5, 1998 in State College, PA to Albert Anderson and Evelynn Ellis and has a sister, Christine Rounis - and all three family members are Penn Staters. Anderson's athletic background is both extremely deep and diverse. Her father played soccer, her mother is a distance runner, and she starred as a discus thrower in high school. As both a sophomore and junior, Anderson placed second in the Vermont state meet, while she came in third as a senior and then tossed the one-kilogram object 115 feet to place eighth in New England. Anderson, who will start in PSU's Division of Undergraduate Studies with an eye on a computer science or special education major, is also talented as a musician. She received the Arion Award from Hartford's music department, a nationally-based honor celebrating excellence in band, orchestra or chorus.

Career Statistics:
Season GP G A Pts. PIM PP SH GW
2016-17
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Career
13
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