She'll be Ras-PUTTIN' you in your place!
Why this derby name and number?
I wanted something rustic and tough so I came up with Ana & Slay. Put them together and you get Anaslaysia. My number is the code that police use for 'Hit and Run'.
What is your hometown?
As an adult, I've lived all over the United States. As a kid I grew up in Berwyn.
What position(s) do you play?
Blocker, pivot, and jammer.
How long have you been playing derby?
Not long ago. In April of 2015 I put on my first pair of skates and then in August 2015 I started skating in derby.
Who is your derby wife?
Gram Crack Her and Tera Rizer! Yes, two awesome wives. I've got love to share.
Drink of choice?
Beer! Unless it's summer time, then it's Margarita time!
How did you get into derby?
When I lived in California I knew someone who was in derby and I thought, wow, how cool! I didn't think I could do it because I had never played. Then we moved out here to Roselle and I saw a sign that said Derby tonight! When I got home I started to look into it and found Derby Lite, where they would teach you how to skate. While taking the classes I had an awesome instructor persuade me to try out for a team and I made it!
Weapon of choice?
If we are talking about derby, it's my hips.
At the moment, it's San Andreas. I love natural disaster movies.
I ride my dirt bike and take the toy hauler out to go camping. I love to go hiking and just be outside in general.
Favorite song(s) to skate to?
Till I collapse - Eminem, Lose yourself - Eminem, Remember the name - Fort Minor, Stronger - Kanye West, Roses - Chainsmokers. Really anything to get me pumped up.
Words of advice?
Do not hesitate to do something today. You are never too old to start something new.
If you could have one superhero power what would it be?
Healing. I hate it when my friends and family are sick or injured.
If you weren’t playing roller derby what would you be doing?
Something to keep busy. I'm not the type to sit around.
"There are so many people put there who will tell you that you can't. What you've got to do is turn around and say "Watch me.”
― Layne Beachley
Any last words?
I am having the time of my life being a DuPage Derby Dame. I feel like I finally fit somewhere and I absolutley love the community that has welcomed me with open arms.