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Christine Anneberg, a 2004 graduate of Brown University where she was co-captain of the women's lacrosse team, rejoins the Dartmouth women's lacrosse team as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2013 season. A former assistant and volunteer with the program, Anneberg rejoins the team once again in an official capacity this season.

First appointed an assistant coach for the Big Green in August 2004, Anneberg served on the staff in one form or another for seven seasons. the last two years, she has worked with the team as its Social Media and Technology Coordinator, working with video breakdown as well as overseeing the team's presence across several social media outlets.

"It is an honor to have Christine Anneberg back on staff as one of our coaches.  Her experience with the program over the years has proven to be so valuable to both the players and staff," head coach Amy Patton remarked. "Christine has always displayed a  carefree attitude, passion for the game, love for competition and a loyalty to Dartmouth lacrosse and each of these traits she brings to practice each and every day. We are all thrilled to have her back on staff for the 2013 season."

A 2010 graduate of Dartmouth with a master's degree in Globalization focused on Sports for Development, Anneberg has been a mainstay in the Upper Valley since coming in 2004.

During her time in Hanover, Anneberg has overseen all facets of the Big Green program, working with goalies, defense and attack. She has also helped to coordinate numerous lacrosse camps and clinics at Dartmouth and elsewhere.

In 2000-01, Anneberg began her playing and academic career at the University of New Hampshire before transferring to Brown from 2001-04. She started every game since her freshman year, scoring 104 goals and recording 34 assists.

She was voted second team All-Ivy as a sophomore and honorable mention two other seasons. Anneberg was tabbed for the North-South Senior All-Star Game and was named second team regional All-America twice. At UNH, she was voted to the America East all-rookie team.

During the summer of 2002, Anneberg gained valuable camp experience, teaching at the Brown, Princeton, Duke, Maryland, Kelly Amonte Hiller, Player's Choice and STX lacrosse camps.
Anneberg earned a bachelor's degree from Brown, majoring in international relations.

She is a native of Denver, Colo.

Favorite food:
Kiwi fruit
Favorite quote: It is not down in any map; true places never are.— Herman Melville
Hidden talent: Microwave culinary skills

What you love most about Dartmouth lacrosse:
The tradition, confidence and Dartmouth pride everyone on this team has and exudes the second we step foot on the field, whether it’s for a practice or a game.

Christine has made the transition from opponent to coach and to friend seamlessly during the past two years. Her countless hours of extra time spent editing highlight tapes gets the team going before each game and we only hope to keep the highlights coming for her. She has the utmost respect for this coaching staff and has taught us not only how to rocket a sidearm shot from the eight-meter, but how to carry ourselves on and off the field. She has been an invaluable member of Dartmouth lacrosse for every player on this team.— Jen Pittman ’07

Christine adds another great dimension to our incredible coaching staff with her ability to see and explain attack movement to us in easily understandable ways. She is very observant of the smallest details, but these are sometimes the details that, when identified, help us to bring our game to the next level. Christine’s coaching has been a major factor in my development as a player and has been the same to other women on the team.— Kate Labrum ’08