Summit League Top 30 Distinguished Contributors: Anita Rapp
Two-time Mid-Continent Conference co-Player of the Year (1999, 2001) ... First team All-American and second team Academic All-American in 2001 ... Two-time All-Mid-Continent selection (1999, 2001) ... Mid-Continent Conference Tournament MVP in 2001 ... Led Oakland to two league regular season titles and one tournament championship ... Ranks first on league's career list for assists per game (0.69), fourth for total assists (24) and sixth for goals per game (0.51) ... Won a gold medal with the Norwegian National Team at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games ... Played in two World Cups for Norway (1999, 2003) ... Played professionally for the New York Power and Asher FK ... Led Asher FK to the 1998 and 1999 Norwegian League Titles and the 2000 Norwegian Cup ... Currently working for the Norwegian Football Association as the International Coordinator for the Women's and Girl's National Teams.
-Two-time Mid-Continent co-Player of the Year (1999, 2001)
-First team All-America selection in 2001
-Second team Academic All-American in 2001
-Two-time All-Mid-Continent (1999, 2001)
-Mid-Continent Tournament MVP (2001)
-Olympic Gold Medalist with the Norwegian National Team in 2000
-Played professional soccer for the New York Power and Asher FK in Norway
-Works for the Norwegian Football Association as the International Coordinator for the Women's and Girl's National Teams
Be sure to check The Summit League website throughout the 2011-12 season for profiles on each member of the Top 30 Distinguished Contributors list. Additional content will also be added as part of The Summit League's 30th Anniversary Season celebration.