|Hometown:||Overland Park, Kan.|
|High School:||St. Teresa's Academy|
2016 (Stats): Named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... Played in 23 of Duke’s 30 matches, seeing time at both outside and rightside hitter ... Knocked down a career-best 129 kills on 368 swings ... Totaled 28 blocks and picked up 19 digs ... Posted four matches with double-digit kills: Aug. 27 versus Eastern Kentucky, Aug. 27 against LSU, Sept. 1 versus North Carolina and Sept. 2 against TCU ... Totaled a career-high 16 kills Sept. 2 versus TCU ... Hit .625 with 11 kills against LSU ... Amassed a season-high eight blocks Aug. 27 against Eastern Kentucky ... Named to the Duke Invitational All-Tournament Team.
2015 (Stats): Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played in 11 matches ... Totaled 31 kills, 14 blocks and five digs ... Knocked down a career-high 10 kills and seven blocks Aug. 29 at Long Beach State ... Turned in a seven-kill performance versus UMKC Sept. 4.
2014 (Stats): Appeared in seven matches, starting two … Totaled 12 kills and nine blocks on the year … Made her collegiate debut Aug. 29 in the season opener versus North Florida … Recorded a season-high five kills Sept. 6 at No. 14 Michigan State … Totaled a season-high three blocks twice … Added three blocks against the Spartans … Matched that total Nov. 2 at Virginia Tech.
Prior to Duke: Four-year letterwinner under coach Abbie Lane at St. Teresa’s Academy in Kansas City, Mo. … Ranked the No. 5 player in Kansas according to MaxPreps.com … Received the prestigious Evelyn Gates Award as Kansas City’s best prep volleyball player … Earned honorable mention Under Armour All-America honors … Amassed 222 kills, 131 digs, 57 blocks and an efficient .559 hitting percentage as a senior … Led the Stars to a 27-9 overall record and an appearance in the district title match … First team all-state, all-region and all-district honoree … Four-time academic all-state … Also played for the KC Power club volleyball team and coaches Mike and Danielle Stowell, garnering 16 Open USAV Junior Nationals All-Tournament Team distinction … Member of the National Honor Society … National Merit Commended Student … Rensselaer Medal Award recipient … Four-time First Honors selection.
Personal: Born Anna Katherine Kropf on May 25, 1996 in Overland Park, Kan. … Daughter of Brad and Jenny Kropf … Has two younger brothers, Tommy and John, and two younger sisters, Lauren and Julia.