Anna Marie Ricciardi
2005-06 Men's Track & Field
YR.
SR
HOMETOWN
Canfield, OH
PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Western Reserve
Anna Marie Ricciardi

2006 Outdoor: Named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCA) All-Academic Team … captured the conference title in the high jump and finished 10th at the NCAA Mid-East Regional Championships with a career-best jump of 5-9.25 (1.76m) … won high jump events at the Jesse Owens Classic and the Western Carolina Invitational … took first in the 100-meter hurdles with a mark of 15.58 at the Milligan Open.

2006 Indoor: Won the title in the high jump at the A-Sun Championships … took her second title of the season, leaping a personal-best 1.75 meters (5-8.75), coming within one inch of posting a NCAA Provisional qualifying mark at the Niswonger Invitational …  finished tied for third after jumping 1.68 meters (5-6) in the Rod McCravy Memorial Meet … placed third in the high jump after completing a jump of 1.69 meters (5-6.50 at the Tyson Invitational, marking fourth top-three finish of the season … opened the indoor track and field season by capturing the high jump title at the Clemson Opener … placed second in the high jump at the UNC Last Chance.

2005 Outdoor: Competed in the high jump at eight meets… scored season best jump of 1.70 meters on two occasions, at the Raleigh Relays and the Sea Ray Relays… won the Walker Open and at Vanderbilt in the high jump … finished second at the SoCon Outdoor Championships with a jump of 1.67 meters.

2005 Indoor: Southern Conference Champion in the high jump, jumping 1.73 meters.

2004 Outdoor: Competed in 100-meter hurdles and the high jump for the Bucs ... was a regional qualifier with a jump of 1.73 meters at the Vanderbilt Invitational (4/17) and a jump of 1.72 meters at the SoCon Championships (5/1) ... she finished second in each of those events and also tied for second at the Virginia Tech Invitational ... won the high jump at the VMI Dual Meet (4/9) with a height of 1.70 meters.

Winter 2003 to 2005: Member to the ETSU women’s basketball team. 

Prep: Two-time district, regional, and state high jump champion ... named Top Female Track Athlete in Mahoning County in 2003 ... holds numerous school records including the 100-meter hurdles (15.9) and high jump (5-9) ... all-around athlete, named first-team All-Ohio, Northeast Ohio Inland All-District Player of the Year and Salem News Player of the Year in women’s basketball ... averaged 19 points, six rebounds, and six steals per game ... holds the honor of being her high school’s all-time leading scorer ... graduated in the top 10% of her class ... member of the National Honor Society. 

 

MGOLF Puerto Rico Classic San Juan, Puerto Rico
Feb 24 T11 of 15
MBB ETSU 73 F
Feb 26 Citadel 74
WTRACK Southern Conference Championships Birmingham, Ala.
Feb 27 Results
MTEN Tennessee Tech 0 Bristol, Tenn.
Feb 27 ETSU 7
WTEN ETSU 6 Akron, Ohio
Feb 28 Akron 1
WTRACK Southern Conference Championships Birmingham, Ala.
Feb 28 3 of 9
BB Butler 1 Johnson City, Tenn.
Feb 28 ETSU 4
WBB ETSU 42 Final
Feb 28 University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 64
SB ETSU 10 5
Feb 28 Morehead St. 1
SB ETSU 5 Savannah, Ga.
Feb 28 UMBC 7
MBB ETSU 64 F
Feb 28 Mercer 69
BB Butler 9 Johnson City, Tenn.
Feb 28 ETSU 3
BB Butler 6 Johnson City, Tenn.
Mar 1 ETSU 12
BB Radford 1 Johnson City, Tenn.
Mar 3 ETSU 9
WTEN ETSU 3 Rock Hill, S.C.
Mar 4 Winthrop 4
BB ETSU 6 Asheville, N.C.
Mar 4 UNC-Asheville 8
WBB ETSU 73 Final
Mar 5 No. 7 Western Carolina 53