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Anna Krebs ‘24 Recruiting Profile

  • Assumption High School
  • Louisville, KY
  • Field Hockey
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Anna Krebs's Field Hockey Recruiting Profile
Club:
IFHCK
Height:
5'2"
Weight:
105
Age:
15
Prim. Position:
MF
Sec. Position:
D
Mile Time
6:48.0

Personal Statement


Hello, my name is Anna Krebs. I have been a member of IFHCK for 5 years, and I play on the varsity team for Assumption High School. Because of my success on this team, I was awarded First Team All-State. This is a huge accomplishment that I am extremely proud of myself for. Also, I was selected to be on the Max Field Hockey Top 100 Players to watch from the Class of 2024, 2021 AAU Junior Olympics, and I played in the 2021 Stars and Stripes Game at the Nexus Championships. I played both club soccer and field hockey from third grade to sixth grade, but I knew my true passion was field hockey, so I turned my full attention to playing the best field hockey I can play. For the past 3 years, I have worked daily to excel at the highest level of field hockey by using all the practice time I can get.

I started playing field hockey around 8 years ago, but it wasn't until sixth grade when I became serious and decided to play IFHCK. Ever since the first time I picked up a stick, I looked forward to every single time I was on the field. I still feel the same way, anxious for the next practice, games, and especially tournaments.  I want to keep playing for a very long time because the sport encourages me to be a better athlete and person than I was the day before. One reason I like to play field hockey is that it teaches me so many important things. For example, it has taught me how to be a better teammate and person by being a good friend, supporter, leader, and listener. A step I took to progress my skill in field hockey is playing basketball. I played basketball for my grade school in seventh and eighth grade to improve my footwork and agility so I could become a better field hockey player. As a result of my progress on the basketball team, I was rewarded with the Defensive Player of the year award my eighth-grade year. Between playing basketball, working out at Corey Taylor Sports Performance, and using all the practice time I can get, I believe I will play for a team that has the structure and ability to win the Division 1 National Championship.

Being an athlete since I was young has taught me that it takes hard work to be a skilled and knowledgeable player. I excel in the game of field hockey because I see the game and its strategy. From a young age, I watched my older sister, Caroline Krebs, play, which allowed me to see different aspects of the game that other girls can’t. Along with seeing the vision of the game, I push myself very hard by setting challenging goals that I can strive to accomplish. From putting sticky notes on my mirror that remind me to do 200 push-ups a day, to decide that I want to make the Stars and Stripes team (success!), the goals I make for myself have a huge impact on my play. As a player, I love to put in the time and dedication to field hockey because it helps me develop as a player and improve my skillset and knowledge of the sport. Last October, I realized that just my skill wasn’t going to cut it if I wanted to complete my goal of making the Stars and Stripes team, so I started to work out 3 times a week at Corey Taylor Sports Performance to get my body stronger and faster. I made huge improvements in my body; I started working out at 69lbs, and I currently am 105 lbs. Personally, I am a very goal-driven person. To me, this means that if I set my mind to something, I will do everything possible to make it happen. I am eager every day to learn something new, excel at the sport, and improve not only in field hockey but as a person and in academics as well. Since I couldn’t have club or school practice every day, my sister and I convinced my dad to let me turf our whole garage. Now, I can practice skills anytime I want so that I can polish my skillset for game-type situations. My overall goal is to end up playing collegiate field hockey at an extremely high level, while also receiving a top-notch education that will prepare me for a future in international business. I believe the hard work I am putting in now will set me up for success going forward in my field hockey career.



Athletics

High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 1 year
  • Varsity Starter:
  • 1 year
  • 2020 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #11
  • Individual Awards:
    1st Team All-State
  • Season Schedule

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 3 seasons
  • 2021 IFHCK (u16)
  • Notes: u16 Top Outdoor & Indoor Team
  • 2019 IFHCK KY (U14)
  • Notes: u14 Top Outdoor & Indoor Team
  • 2017 IFHCK KY (U12)
  • Notes: u12 Top Outdoor & Indoor Team

Coach References

  • Club Director
  • Yassar Hayat
  • High School Head Coach
  • Jody Schaefer

Additional Sports

  • Soccer
  • 4 Years
  • Club/Travel Team

Academics

Grades

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Test Scores

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High School Information

High School:
Assumption High School
State:
KENTUCKY
Enrollment:
883

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. I’m in all Honors or Advanced classes. My core classes are English, French, Biology, and Geometry.
AP Classes:
Yes.
Registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center?
No

Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • 2020 First Semester Principal’s List. I’m also apart of the McAuley Scholar Program at Assumption. The program strives to provide academically gifted students with rigorous coursework
  • Award
    • recognition
  • Award
    • support
  • Award
    • and learning opportunities outside the scope of the traditional college preparatory high school curriculum. I will start taking AP classes during my Sophomore year.
  • Activity
    • In my free time
  • Activity
    • I participate in school clubs like Operation Smile and Green Dot. These clubs teach me leadership and multitasking skills. Along with clubs
  • Activity
    • I love to give private lessons to younger kids and share my love for field hockey with them. Teaching and helping the kids is one of my strengths because I am good at explaining things to them in simple steps. Since I am focused on improving in field hockey daily
  • Activity
    • I workout 3 times a week at Corey Taylor Sports Performance. Here
  • Activity
    • I push myself hard to get me stronger and faster.

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