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Take Ten: Andie Anastos

Get to know the women’s hockey star turned basketball play maker. 

Class: Graduate Student

Hometown: Farmington Hills, Michigan

Youth Hockey Accomplishments: Before playing college hockey, Anastos had won five Michigan state championships for hockey and competed for Team USA in 2012 in a series against Canada.

Senior Year of High School: On top of a busy hockey schedule, Anastos averaged 19.2 points, 9.4 rebounds, and 5.2 assists for her high school, Livonia Ladywood.

Undergraduate Degree: Applied Psychology and Human Development (LSOE)

Before College Basketball: Anastos was the sixth two-time captain of Women’s Hockey in program history.

Scoring Machine: After four years, Anastos finished her hockey career with 144 points in 156 games (58G-86A).

Clutch Factor: Last March, Anastos scored in overtime to beat Northeastern, 2-1, for the 2017 Hockey East title.

Switch to Basketball: Anastos has started all but one game this season, averaging the third most minutes on the team (33.2).

Season Highs: In her first year, Anastos holds the game high statistic for two categories: assists (seven) and steals (four).

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