2008 Spring – Did not compete… academic all-Big Ten
2007 Fall – Competed at Big Four Championship… placed 17th with a score of 145, carding a season low 71… posted team best fall stroke average (72.5).
2007 Spring — Competed in three tournaments… posted season-low round of 74 at Bruce Fossum Invitational… placed 54th at Big Ten Championships with a score of 325.
2006 Fall – Participated in three tournaments… carded season-low round of 72 and captured a 19th place finish at the Big Four Championships… competed in Hawkeye Intercollegiate and 49er Collegiate Classic as an individual… finished season with 78.38 stroke average.
2006 Spring — Competed in one tournament… placed 60th at the USA Spring Classic, finished with a three-round score of 243.
2005 Fall – Competed in one tournament…tied for 20th place at Hawkeye Intercollegiate carding a three round score of 221 (+5).
2005 Spring — Did not compete.
2004 Fall — Did not compete.
High School — Two-time all-conference in golf and baseball… lettered four years in golf and three in baseball… two-time academic all-conference in golf and baseball… golf team captain and MVP senior year… all-district and all-area in baseball junior year… National Honor Society member and graduated with high honors… coach was Chad Mejia.
Personal — Born June 22, 1986… son of Terry and Terri Anderson… marketing major.
Anderson[apos]s Career ResultsYear Rds. Strokes Avg. Low2005-06 6 464 77.7 712006-07 24 1,886 78.5 722007-08 2 145 72.5 71Career 32 2,495 77.9 71
What[apos]s In Your Bag?
Driver: Cleveland Comp
Woods: Ping G5 3-wood
Irons: Titleist 735 CM
More About Anderson
Best Career Round: 68
Favorite Club: Putter
Favorite Course: Medinah and Carnoustie
Favorite Golf Moment: Winning state Pee-Wee Tournament three times
Favorite Golfer: Tiger Woods
Favorite Food: Pork chops
Favorite Movie: Friday Night Lights
Favorite TV Show: ESPN SportsCenter
Favorite Sports Hero: Michael Jordan
Hobbies: Playing sports and watching movies
Career Ambition: Provide for my family
Most Influential Person: My dad