Allison Anderson
Allison Anderson


Colorado Springs, CO

High School:
Vista Ridge H.S.




UMES Softball v. Hampton (04.18.14)

UMES Softball versus Hampton University at Lady Pirates Softball Stadium (Photos by Megan Raymond)


UMES Softball v. Norfolk State University (04.06.14)

UMES Softball versus Norfolk State University at Lady Hawks Field (Photos by Randy Stadler)


UMES Softball v. Howard (03.22.14 - 03.23.14)

UMES Softball versus Howard University at Lady Hawks Field (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)


UMES Softball v. UMBC (03.08.14 - 03.09.14)

UMES Softball versus the University of Maryland Baltimore-County (UMBC) at Lady Hawks Field (Photos by Lloydlee Heite)


3.12.14 versus URI

Softball doubleheader

High School/Club: A four-year lettermen in softball ... A four-time Offensive Most Valuable Player (MVP) winner ... A three-time All-State honoree ... Named All-Conference and All-Area every season at Vista Ridge High School ... Member of her high school team which made regionals ... Earned multiple records, including homeruns, RBIs, and batting average ... Member of the softball club team called Colorado Quicksilver, a member of the 18A Colorado Springs ... Involved in organizations, such as Habitat For Humanity, Relay For Life, Family of Christian Athletes (FCA), and Princess Anne Street Sweep.

Personal: Nickname is Alli ... Born November 20, 1995 in Covina, CA ... Daughter of Carolyn and Albert Anderson ... Alli has two sisters, Jamie and Danielle, and one brother, Chris ... Major is Human Resource Management ... Pre-game routine/superstition is listening to loud music, putting her hair in a bow, and eating fresh fruit ... Plans to become a pastry chef and open her own cake shop ... Best advice/favorite saying received is, "Go Big or Go Home" ... Hobbies outside of sports are cake decorating, music, and reading ... Favorite book/author is Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen ... Favorite movie is Pitch Perfect ... Personal best sports moment was a two homerun and six RBI performance against Palmer Ridge High School in 2011 ... Most influential person is her sister, Jamie, because she motivated her to become a better softball player and work for everything in life ... Personal best non-athletic accomplishment was attending culinary school while working a job during the season ... Personal athletic goals are winning the MEAC title and become a team captain ... Alli is the first person out of seven from her family to move away to play NCAA Division I sports.