Kirstin Anderson
Kirstin Anderson


Lincroft, N.J.

High School:
Middletown HS South

2011: Ran in five meets for the Pirates and turned in a pair of top-30 finishes ... Placed 72nd at the Covered Bridge Open, completing the 5K in 20:48.2 ... Set a career-best 5K time at the Wolfpack Invitational, clocking out in 19:17.5 to claim 29th ... Earned highest placement of the season at the 5K ECU Pirate Invitational, coming in 14th with a time of 19:50.4 ... In season's only 6K, finished in a personal-low 24:39.1, good for 66th place at the Panorama Farms Invitational ... Was ECU's lone female participant at the 3 Stripe Red-Shirt Invite, completing the 5K event in 20:20 to take 26th.

2010: Participated in four meets during second season with the program ... Opened the campaign with a 21:21.5 5K at the Wolfpack Invitational, good for 62nd place ... In season's other 5K event, came in 20th at the ECU Pirate Invitational with a time of 21:31.63 ... Ran first career 6K at the Panorama Farms Invitational, finishing in 25:59.53 and claiming 65th place ... Closed the campaign with a 20:26 5K and 20th-place showing at the Mount Olive Invitational.

2009: Ran in three of the squad's seven meets ... Teamed up with Andrea Barletta to run a 38:48.5 in the 4,800-meter relay at the season-opening Campbell Invitational ... Best 5K of the season was 19:41.02 (23rd place) at the Seahawk Invitational ... In final race of the year, completed the 5K in 21:23 and finished 75th at the Great American Cross Country Festival.

High School: Named most valuable player of the cross country team as a junior ... Named most valuable player for both indoor and outdoor track as a senior ... Captain of the cross country team during final campaign.

Personal: Academic major is undecided ... Full name is Kirstin Mary Anderson ... Daughter of Theodore and Catherine Anderson ... Hobbies include sketching and painting.

Career-Best Times

Distance Time Race (Date)
5K 19:17.5 Wolfpack Invitational (Sept. 16, 2011)
6K 24:39.10 Panorama Farms Invitational (Oct. 14, 2011)