Senior Year (2015): Started against Loyola and made three saves on 10 shots ... came in on relief against Cal and earned the win with one save on four shots, causing two turnovers and picking up two ground balls ... came in on relief at No. 1 Maryland and made four saves, got two ground balls and caused a turnover ... played the second half at Cornell and earned the win making three saves on eight shots ... played 10 minutes against Columbia ... made two saves on three shots vs. Brown in the final 5 minutes ... played 3:38 vs. Fairfield at NCAAs and had a ground ball.
Junior Year (2014): Earned the starting role five games into the season ... posted a 10-3 record with a .444 save percentage and an 8.49 goals against average ... played 12:33 against Rutgers and made one save ... played 21:55 at Brown making one save ... earned her first start against No. 6 Virginia and made nine saves in the win ... named the GoPrincetonTigers.com Athlete of the Week on March 17 ... stopped seven shots in each win at USC and at SDSU ... made eight saves in a win at Columbia ... stopped six shots in a 10-7 OT win over Cornell ... named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week Honors on March 31 after her performances against Columbia and Cornell ... made nine saves and picked up three ground balls vs. Yale ... stopped seven of 15 shots and held No. 2 Maryland to its fewest goals since March 17, 2013 ... made eight saves and picked up three ground balls at Harvard ... stopped five shots with a ground ball and a caused turnover vs. No. 10 Penn ... made two saves and had a ground ball vs. Dartmouth ... stopped season-high 10 saves vs. Cornell in Ivy League semifinal with two ground balls ... stopped six shots vs. No. 15 Penn in Ivy League final...named to Ivy All-Tournament team.
• Ivy League All-Tournament Team
• Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week (March 31)
• GPT Athlete of the Week (March 17)
Sophomore Year (2013): Played in five and started in four ... made seven saves against both Villanova and No. 11 Georgetown .. had two caused turnovers at Georgetown ... picked up three ground balls against Villanova.
Freshman Year (2012): Started in all 15 games and had an 8-7 record ... made a career-high 13 saves in a 9-7 win over No. 10 Virginia ... stopped 11 shots in an 18-6 victory at Columbia ... allowed a career-best 2.40 goals against average at Villanova in her first career game and had a season-best two caused turnovers ... picked up a career-high five ground balls against Virginia ... earned a draw control win vs. Yale.
Before Princeton: Earned three varsity letters at Radnor High School ... helped the Raiders to an 86-8 record during her four years ... posted a .600 save percentage her junior year ... elected team captain as a senior ... the Raiders were the 2008 District 1 Champions and 2009 and 2010 Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) State Champions ... a two-time first-team US Lacrosse All-America ... a 2011 Under Armour South Girls All-America ... a two-time US Lacrosse All-Academic selection ... tabbed to the 2010 Top 10 Young Guns list by Inside Lacrosse ... played club lacrosse with Ultimate Goal Lacrosse.
Personal: Full name is Anne Leigh Woehling ... born September 19, 1993 ... parents are Edwards and Joanne Woehling ... has two sisters, Katie and Mollie ... major is undeclared.
|| 13 vs. Virginia, 3/17/12
|| 5 vs. Virginia, 3/17/12
|| 2, 3x MR vs. Cal, 3/25/15
|DC|| 1, 2x MR vs. San Diego State, 3/22/14