Ann was the first player to sign a contract to play in the new girls' professional League and then helped in getting other players to sign. She also helped in designing the tunic style uniform adopted by the League. Ann began her professional career as a third baseman. In 1945 and '46, she played primarily as a catcher. In 1947 she moved to the outfield. She played in the Chicago League in 1949. Ann was also quite a whiz at badminton and basketball. After her playing days, Ann became a Nun.