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Erin Anthony



Civil Engineering


Anthony has received several distinctions for her work in the classroom, including being selected as a first-team CoSIDA/ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American and also being honored as the Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year the past two seasons. Other honors include the Superintendent’s Award for Excellence, the Superintendent’s Award for Achievement, International Scholar Laureate Program participant and 2010 chapter president of Tau Beta Pi. Anthony maintains a 3.75 GPA in civil engineering and ranks 28th in a class of 1,105 cadets. In 2010 she completed the U.S. Army Corps of Engineering Research and Development Center internship, which included performing experiments with U.S. Army Centrifuge in support of its HARD IMPACT project. Anthony also served as an officer in the American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter and is a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society.


Anthony is a two-time captain and she serves as a Battalion Executive Officer, which puts her second in command of 560 cadets and responsible for the supervision of battalion staff and coordinating activities. In 2009 she served as an Academic Sergeant, responsible for the academic success of approximately 140 cadets, and a Platoon Sergeant, responsible for the accountability, discipline and military training of approximately 44 cadets during their summer training block.


Anthony has been involved with several community-service projects, including volunteering at the Special Olympics, Relay for Life, Girl Scouts and Black Knight Buddies, where she works with local youth through the Army marketing/promotions staff. Anthony has also been a camp counselor for the Army women’s basketball camp and she’s conducting a Veteran’s Day Ruck March within her battalion as a part of the Wounded Warriors Project.


Anthony was a first-team All-Patriot League selection after averaging a double-double with 16.1 points and 10.4 rebounds per game. Her rebounding total led the league for the second year in a row while her points ranked second in the league and led the team. Anthony was the only player in the league to average a double-double and she also earned first-team honors from the All-Metropolitan Writers’ Association. On Army’s career lists, she ranks seventh in rebounding (721) and second in blocked shots (132).