Annie Sittauer

Name
Annie Sittauer
Nationality
usa United States
Position
Defender
Former Team
Seattle Sounders Women (W-League)
Height
5-foot-8
Age
28
Hometown
Everett, Wash.
School
University of Washington (DI)
Current Team
Seattle Stars FC
Past Teams
Seattle Sounders Women (W-League)
Leagues
NWPL
Seasons
2019, 2020
Birthday
October 7, 1991

 

Seattle Stars FC

This will mark Sittauer’s second season with the program … She also played during the 2019 season, helping the Stars to a NWPL Championship.

Seattle Sounders Women (W-League)

Played with the Seattle Sounders Women during the 2012, 2013 and 2014 seasons.

University of Washington (DI)

2013 (Senior): Started 12 of her 15 games played … Logged 1,126 minutes in the backline … Accounted for 13 shots and five on goal … Helped the Huskies to a 11-10-4 record.

2012 (Junior): Played in 82 minutes of the season-opener at Seattle U earning the start … Started at Colgate and Syracuse … Assisted Chelsea Archer’s goal in the 89th minute at Colgate … Played in 148 minutes total vs. La Salle and Fresno State … Helped anchor the back line that posted shutouts at Gonzaga and vs. Notre Dame … Started at Utah State and drew the foul in the box that led to the game-tying penalty kick … Earned the start at BYU … Started and played 70 minutes at USC in the Pac-12 opener … Earned the start at Colorado and assisted Lindsay Elston on the game-winning goal in the 90th minute … Played 63 minutes at Utah earning the start … Played all 110 minutes vs. Arizona on defense … Played all 90 minutes on defense vs. ASU helping post the 2-0 shutout … Played every minute on the back line vs. No. 3 UCLA … Earned starts at No. 25 Cal and No. 2 Stanford.

2011 (Sophomore): Named Most Improved at the Husky team banquet … Second-Team Pac-12 All-Academic …Played in all 20 matches, getting starts in 14 games … Recorded four shots … Took a shot against Wisconsin (Aug. 26), Colorado (Oct. 7), USC (Oct. 14), and Oregon (Oct. 21) … Was part of the defense that helped the team record two shutouts and allowed top-ranked teams such as Stanford, UCLA, Wisconsin, Cal and Portland to score just once each.

2010 (Freshman): Came off of the bench and played 19 games, including the season-opener at Seattle U on Aug. 20 … Played in six Pac-10 games … Played 31 minutes vs. Oklahoma in the NCAA First Round game on Nov. 12 and also saw time in the NCAA Elite 8 match at Boston College on Nov. 27 … Tied for fourth on the team with three goals … Scored her first career goal vs. Syracuse on Sept. 3 in the 56th minute … Scored her second goal vs. Cleveland State on Sept. 17 in the 47th minute … Also scored vs. Oklahoma in the 82nd minute … Recorded two assists on the year, her first on Kelsea Brajkovich’s goal in the 50th minute at UMass … Her second assist came vs. Cleveland State on Faustine Dufka’s goal in the 59th minute … Scored eight total points, which was sixth-best on the team … took 15 shots, seven on goal.

Personal | Club | High School

Annelise Roxana Sittauer … Parents are Dawn and John Sittauer … Has a younger sister, Rosie … Her mother also attended UW … Four-year letterwinner at Everett High School … Led her team to two WesCo North titles and one state title, the latter of which came her junior year … Team captain her senior season … A three-time all state and four-time all-league honoree … One of the Seattle Times’ “2009 Star Times” honorees her senior year … Participated in the 2007 Region IV Regional Camp … Played for Crossfire Premier for five years, winning three state titles … A 2009 Region IV champion, 2007 regional finalist and a 2006 Super Y National Champion … Scored 21 goals and added 14 assists her senior year.

 

NWPL

SeasonTeamGP-GSGAPTSSHSVSV%GASHO
2020Seattle Stars FC0-000000000
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