Ashlee Anderson has played more games than any
other player on the Pitt roster - and she's still got this season and next to
wear the Blue & Gold.
With 67 career games to her credit, the Chicago native arrived at Pitt in 2009 from one of the most heralded high school programs in the nation (Whitney Young). "That was the greatest preparation for me to make the next step. I felt prepared coming to Pitt as a freshman as far as conditioning, traveling, and the competition. I knew I would be prepared for college because we always played against the best teams."
While Anderson has grown to love Pittsburgh (the city), it won't be replacing her affection for her hometown something she knows 'native Pittsburghers' can understand. "I don't think words can describe my love for Chicago. For anyone that knows me, anyone that meets me, I am the biggest Chicago fan. We have so much love for our city because it offers so much. Growing up on the Southside of Chicago and going to school on the Northwest end, I learned so many things to help me grow as a person and take with me through life."
For the record, the 5-9 guard is a White Sox fan - and in Ashlee's own words is, 'always rooting for the Bulls.'