Corrie Anderson Gifford

Corrie Anderson Gifford

Corrie Anderson Gifford was the fourth-ever Academic All-American at Westminster. She was named to the College of Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) Academic All-America First Team in 2002 for softball and is the only student-athlete from the softball program that has earned this prestigious award.

Anderson Gifford was a four-year member of the Westminster volleyball and softball teams and was the 2001-02 Westminster Co-Female Athlete of the Year.

Anderson Gifford holds the softball career record for innings pitched and is tied for the shutouts in a season record. As of today, she ranks third all-time in strikeouts pitched and wins, fourth all-time in shutouts, and fifth all-time in homeruns.

Anderson Gifford was a member of the 1999 volleyball team that was the first and only team in program history to compete in the NCAA Tournament, and she is one of four members in volleyball’s 100 Ace Club.

Anderson Gifford was an eight-time St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Academic All-Conference member and a four-time SLIAC Softball All-Conference awardee.