Anderson Gets Win, Rebels Score 11 Runs On 11 Hits
2014: Appeared in 10 games, drawing the start in five on the season ... Posted a 2-0 record with a 2.11 ERA as he allowed eight runs - five earned - through 21.1 innings of work ... Struck out 20 and walked 10 while holding opponents to a .134 batting average against ... Picked up his two wins over UAPB (4/2) and at Arkansas State (5/13) in a pair of predetermined starts ... Worked a season-long 4.0 innings in the start at Arkansas State (5/13), allowing two runs - one earned - on three hits with a walk and a season-high six strikeouts ... Worked 3.2 scoreless innings against UAPB (4/2) with a strikeout and allowing one hit ... Worked a season-long 2.0 innings in relief against Southern Miss (3/25) ... Combined for a shutout of Tennessee-Martin (2/19) with 1.0 IP in the Rebel win ...
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at Dale High School under head coach Jerry Sanford ... Helped lead Dale to a trio of state championships ... Named an All-State selection ... Hit .420 for his career and hit .400 as a senior with 12 home runs and 30 RBI ... Also tallied four triples ... Posted a 6-2 record through eight appearances as a senior on the mound ... Named an Academic All-State selection and a member of the Honor Society ... Also lettered four years and named an All-State selection in basketball ...
MISCELLANEOUS: Son of Dan and Leslie Anderson ... Born January 25, 1995 ... Has two siblings, Taylor and Jake.
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