|Representing the United States|
|2011 Daegu||4×100 m relay|
|2013 Moscow||4×100 m relay|
|World Relay Championships|
|2014 Nassau||4×100 m relay|
Anderson won four Chicago city volleyball titles at Morgan Park High School. She started running at the age of six in the streets against boys. She was recruited to run summer track and fell in love with the sport.
She earned a place on the 4x100 relay as an alternative in the 2009 IAAF World Championships in Athletics and 2011 World Championships in Athletics . She ran the second leg in the 2009 edition but the exchange was fumbled between her and third leg runner Muna Lee they were then disqualified. She won a gold medal running the anchor leg in the preliminary rounds stopping the clock in 41.94 in Daegu.
|100 m||10.91 (1.8 m/s)||Des Moines, Iowa||22 June 2013|
|200 m||22.60 (0.5 m/s)||Fayetteville, Arkansas||11 June 2009|
|400 m||52.63||Charleston, Illinois||21 May 2005|
|Long lump||6.32 (1.6 m/s)||Charleston, Illinois||20 May 2005|
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