2018 (Stats): Notched three caused turnovers in a season-opening win over No. 21 Elon (2/11).
2017 (Stats): Played in 16 contests as a junior, starting 15 on defense … Collected 22 ground balls to go along with one draw control and eight caused turnovers … Picked up a career high five ground balls in a Patriot Cup victory over No. 12 Stanford (2/18) … Also had three caused turnovers against the Cardinal … Had multiple ground balls on five occasions … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2016 (Stats): Took the field in 14 of 20 contests, earning starts against Campbell (2/4) and North Carolina (5/15) … Picked up six ground balls to go with two caused turnovers and one draw control … Registered three ground balls against the Tar Heels in the second round of the NCAA Tournament … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2015 (Stats): Appeared in five games as a freshman … Recorded one ground ball and one caused turnover, with both coming in a win over William & Mary (2/22) … ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: Guided The Blake School to five consecutive Minnesota state titles (2010-14) … Three-time all-state selection … Finalist for the 2014 Ms. Lacrosse award, given to the best senior player in the state … All-Metro selection as a senior … Ranked top-10 in the state in assists as a senior … Also compiled 79 draw controls during her final campaign … Led all players in the state in caused turnovers as a junior … Points leader in the state tournament (12p) that same year … Named to the Under Armour Midwest All-America team as a sophomore … Team captain as a senior … Member of the Minnesota Elite Club team … Competed on the Maximum Exposure All-Star Team in 2011 … Also lettered in soccer and cross country … Helped the soccer team win the state title in 2011 and a pair of section titles in 2010 and 2011 … Guided her cross country squad to a conference championship in 2013.
Personal: Born Anne Lauren Slusser on Dec. 27, 1995 in Cincinnati, Ohio … Daughter of Maria and Greg Slusser … Has one brother (Matthew) and one sister (Laura) … Mother played lacrosse at James Madison (’85).