Anne Watts-Roberts

Anne Watts-Roberts

Player Profile

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Kangaroo Flat, Australia

High School:
Monbulk College

Last College:
Montana State

Height:
6-0

Position:
OH

Experience:
TR

Oregon State
2002:
Redshirted the season due to NCAA transfer rules.

Montana State
2001:
Was named a first team All-Big Sky Conference selection for the second year in a row... Led the Bobcats with 354 kills (3.89 kpg)... Ranked second on the team with 274 digs (3.01 dpg)... Her 3.89 kpg average ranked third among all Big Sky players... Averaged 4.16 kpg in conference matches, tops in the league... Was seventh in the conference for digs in all matches (ninth for league games only)... Had a season-high 25 kills at home against Northern Arizona and added 24 kills against NAU on the road... Had 23 kills in two other matches.

2000: Big Sky Freshman of the Year and first team All-Big Sky selection... Finished her rookie season with 459 kills (4.25 kpg), the fourth highest single-season mark in school history... Hit .290 for the year... Ranked second on the team with 336 digs (3.11 dpg)... Had double-figure kills 24 times, including a career-high 28 twice... Had a career-high 29 digs against Cal State Northridge in the Big Sky Tournament... Had 17 double-doubles.

Monbulk College/Australian National Team
Was a member of the Australian National Team... Played more than 30 matches for the national team and was the last player cut from the 2000 Olympic Team roster... Also trained with the Australian Institute of Sports and led the U18 team to gold at the Australian National Championship... Named one of six all-stars at that tournament... Graduated from Monbulk College in 1998... Also competed in track and field, taking second in the high jump and triple jump at the state competition.

Personal
Born in Bendigo, Australia... Daughter of Margaret and Stephen Watts... Has four siblings, Stevie, Elizabeth, David and Maria... Married to Blaine Roberts, an OSU graduate student in biochemistry and biophysics... Majoring in liberal arts and would like to become a teacher.

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