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#2 Anna Kim
Position: Midfield
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Clarksville, Md.
High School: River Hill High School
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At Stanford: Completed career ranked among Stanford's all-time leaders in draw controls (128, second), goals (91, 15th), and shots (15th, 210).

As a Senior in 2014:
Team  captain … won and controlled two consecutive draws against  Vanderbilt.

As a Junior in 2013: Named to the Tewaaraton Award watch list ... earned first team All-MPSF honors ... named to the MPSF All-Tournament team ... finished the season second on the team with 56 draw controls, which ranks second in Stanford single-season history ... claimed two draw controls - increasing her career total to 100 - scored a goal and caused a turnover in Stanford's first NCAA Tournament victory over Notre Dame (May 10) ... scored twice, caused a turnover and picked up a draw control in the MPSF Tournament final against Denver (May 4) ... tallied three points on two goals and an assist, and picked up three ground balls in the MPSF Tournament semifinal against Cal (May 2) ... scored four goals on five shots, picked up three ground balls, two draw controls and caused a turnover against Cal (April 27) ... picked up a team-best five draw controls and scored twice against UC Davis (April 25) ... notched four points (2-2), picked up four draw controls and caused a turnover against San Diego State (April 21) ... tallied three points on two goals and an assist against Oregon (April 19) ... scored twice and picked up a draw control against No. 4 Northwestern (April 14) ... claimed a team-best seven draw controls and scored a goal against Saint Mary's (April 10) ... picked up a team-high four draw controls against No. 20 Denver (April 5) ... notched three points on a goal and two assists against Fresno State (April 2) ... picked up a team-high four draw controls and a ground ball against No. 19 James Madison (March 30) ... tallied three points (2-1) and picked up a team-high four draw controls against Vanderbilt (March 26) ... scored twice and claimed three draw controls against Temple (March 10) ... led the team with five points on four goals and an assist against USC (March 8) ... picked up a team-high five draw controls against USC ... scored a goal and picked up a team-high four draw controls against No. 11 Georgetown (March 5) ... led Stanford with five points on two goals and three assists in win against Harvard (Feb. 24) ... tallied two draw controls and a ground ball against Harvard (Feb. 24) ... started all 20 matches.

As a Sophomore in 2012: Second team All-MPSF selection ... tied for third on the team with 27 points despite missing seven games due to injury ... notched a career-high 25 goals on 49 shots, including three game-winners, and dished out two assists ... accounted for 18 draw controls and 15 ground balls.

As a Freshman in 2011: MPSF Newcomer of the Year ... started all 19 games for the Cardinal ... one of seven Stanford players to score 19 goals on the year ... eight of her 19 goals came in conference wins ... recorded seven multiple-point games ... had 24 total draw controls on the regular season, including a game-high six draw controls on April 8 against second place Denver.

High School: A 2010 graduate of River Hill High School in Clarksville, Md. ... captained her team her senior year ... a 2009-2010 All-Howard County Team selection ... member of the Tewaaraton Watch List in 2010 ... given her school's Best Female Athlete, Best Comeback Athlete and Outstanding Athlete of the Year awards her senior year ... a member of the Under Armour All-American Baltimore Underclassmen Team in 2008 ... also a four-time letterwinner in soccer, and a three-time state champion ... captained her soccer team her senior year ... played club lacrosse for the M&D Black from 2005-2008 ... team won the Vail Shootout and Evolution Championships in 2009 ... also reached the Galaxy finals in 2009.

Personal: Daughter of Oliver and Stella Kim ... has two older sisters, Catherine and Elizabeth ... graduated with a degree in science, technology, and society.

Career statistics:

2011 19 19 19 7 26 49 19 27 10
2012 11 11 25 2 27 49 15 18 10
2013 20 20 32 11 43 69 8 56 7
2014 19 18 15 5 20 43 17 27 7
Totals 69  68 91 25 116 210 59 128 34