Northwestern travels to South Bend, Ind. for Midwest Fencing Conference Championships this weekend
2011-12:Saw her first action of the season at the Western Invitational - posted a strong 12-1 record...Went 17-4 at the Notre Dame Duals to bring her January invitational record to 42-20...continued her hot streak with 16 more wins at the Northwestern Duals...at the next weekend's Northwestern Duals, she crushed the competition, earning 17 wins...Captured 16th place at the Midwest Conference Championships, earning five wins.
2010-11: Captured the bronze medal at the season-opening Burton Open ... Posted a 17-4 combined mark in her first dual meets of the season, including a 10-3 showing at the Philadelphia Invitational on Jan. 23 ... Went 8-5 at the first installment of the Northwestern Duals.
2009-10: Posted a 37-4 record in four tournaments as a sophomore ... Her .902 winning percentage was tops among the entire Wildcat roster ... Enjoyed great success at the NU Duals, compiling a 28-1 record including going 17-0 at the February installment ... Was 2-0 at the Notre Dame Duals ... Placed 15th at the Midwest Conference Championships after going 7-3 ... Boasts a career winning percentage of .868 ... Academic All-Big Ten.
2008-09: Had an impressive Wildcat debut, finishing 29-6 on the year ... Her .829 winning percentage was tops on the NU sabre team ... Started off her career by going 9-1 at the NU Duals, and finished a combined 17-1 after going 7-0 in the winter portion of the Duals ... Posted a 2-1 record at the Penn Invitational and a 5-2 record at the NYU Invitational ... Capped off the year by going 6-2 at the Midwest Conference Championship, finishing 11th and earning all-conference honorable mention honors.
High School: Attended St. Louis Park High School ... Three-time team captain ... Placed third at the 2008 Midwest High School Championships ... Earned all-state honors in 2006, 2007 and 2008 ... Was an all-state honorable mention in 2005 ... Fenced for the Minnesota Sword Club for four years ... Team was named the Midwest Region's best women's sabre team every year from 2005-2008, and captured the women's team overall title each of those years as well ... National Merit and Commended Scholar ... Member of National Honor Society.
Personal: Born Annelise Ellen Eeman ... Daughter of Carl Eeman and Heather Hammond ... Chose Northwestern over Wisconsin, Minnesota and Princeton ... Majoring in history.