Career Ranks: Currently 13th on the GW all-time assists ledger (325) ... Stands 11th on the career three-point field goals made list with 57 ... Ranks ninth in career free-throw percentage (min. 100 made) at .779 (102-of-131).
Junior Year: Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team ... Selected as the A-10's Player of the Week on February 2, 2004 ... One of two players to start all 30 games for GW in 2003-04 ... Averaged 34.4 minutes per outing ... Ranked second in the Atlantic 10 in rebounds per game (7.6) and steals per game (2.33) ... Also ranked third in the league in assists per contest (5.37) and assist/turnover ratio (1.56) ... Averaged 12.0 points per game ... Finished second on the team with 27 three-pointers ... Was the squad's top free-throw shooter among players with at least 30 attempts (.818, 54-of-66) ... Connected on 44 percent of her field-goal attempts (140-of-318) ... Became only the second GW player (men's or women's) to record a triple-double (11 pts., 12 rebs., 13 assts. against La Salle) ... Established a new career high with 21 points versus Dayton ... Notched 20 points against St. Joseph's and scored 19 points three times ... Tied her personal best with nine field goals at Yale ... Also tied her career best with three three's at Massachusetts, at Duquesne, and versus Saint Joseph's ... Made a career-best eight free- throws against Arizona State (8-for-8) ... Tied her personal best with 14 boards versus Syracuse ... Established a new career mark with 13 assists against La Salle ... Dished out 11 helpers against Richmond ... Set a new career high with five steals at Yale and against La Salle ... Notched seven double-doubles ... Buried the game-winning three as time expired versus Xavier.
Sophomore Year: Started 31-of-32 games in 2002-03 ... Averaged 9.6 points and 6.2 rebounds per game, which ranked third and second on the team, respectively ... Second on the squad in assists average (3.5) ... Scored a season-high 20 points versus Massachusetts ... Pulled down a personal-best 14 rebounds at Temple and recorded a season-best total of nine assists versus Brigham Young ... Lifted the Colonials to a win over Temple in the final moments of the game for the second-straight season ... Averaged 11.3 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 2.3 assists in three games in the A-10 Tournament to earn a spot on the All-Tournament Team ... Member of the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Freshman Year: Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team in 2001-02 ... Appeared in 26 games, starting eight ... Scored a season-high 14 points against Fordham ... Dished out six assists against Delaware in the first round of the WNIT ... Tallied the winning basket as time expired to lift the Colonials over Temple at home.
High School: Was a member of the Spanish Junior National Team ... Averaged 18.0 points and 10.0 rebounds in 2000.
Personal: Anna Montañana Gimeno ... Born October 24, 1980 in Valencia, Spain ... Daughter of Juan Jose and Teresa Gimeno Montañana ... Two brothers, Joan (26) and Carles (21) ... Enjoys soccer and music ... Majoring in international business.
Washington Earns Second Straight A-10 Player of the Week Award
Senior forward posted another big week as GW picked up key wins over Rhode Island & Dayton
GW Women's Basketball Takes Down Conference Leading Dayton, 52-39
Colonials get revenge from early-season loss in dominant defensive effort
Women's Basketball Routs Rhode Island, 72-44
Colonials lead wire-to-wire for second straight game
Women's Basketball to #Play4Kay on Wednesday Night
Colonials to raise money and awareness for the Kay Yow Cancer Fund
Women's Basketball Hosts Senior Day on Saturday
Colonials aim for sixth straight win in final home game for prolific senior class
Women's Basketball Hosts St. Bonaventure on Wednesday Night for Pink Game
Colonials ride four-game win streak into meeting with Bonnies
Women's Basketball's Washington Named A-10 Co-Player of the Week
Senior returned from injury with two 21-point performances
Women's Basketball Picks Up Key Road Win at La Salle, 79-65
Martins (22 points) and Washington (21 points) lead way; Schaible double-doubles