Anne Krumrine, originally from State College and now living in Lancaster, earned four varsity letters while playing on the women's basketball team. In her sophomore season, Krumrine set F&M season records in scoring (563) and rebounding (342) on the way to earning ECAC Division III Southern Division "Player of the Year." She led the Diplomats to a 25-4 overall record (still the most wins in a season) and a trip to the "Elite Eight' of the NCAA Division III championship tournament, where F&M ended the season with a loss at Southern Maine.
As a junior, Krumrine set a NCAA Division III record for consecutive field goals in a game (13), for which she appeared in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd." She increased her career rebounding record to 975, broke the 1,000 career point mark (1,467) and was named the MAC Southwest League "Player of the Year" and a finalist for the NCAA Division III "Player of the Year" award. Krumrine's senior year was just as impressive. She led the team which set a school record for number of wins in a season with 25. She was also chosen to the Kodak Division III All-American first team. Krumrine broke the all-time scoring record with a total of 1,813 points.
She finished her career with 1,180 rebounds and a 56.6 field goal shooting percentage, both of which are school records.