Coach Anderson enters his third season at Iowa Central Community College. Anderson works primarily with the sprints as well as assisting with the men’s high hurdles and women’s sprint hurdles. In 2019, Anderson was named the USTFCCCA Midwest Region Men’s Assistant Coach of the Year.
In his first year Anderson oversaw four school-records. The men’s 60m - Bryant Brown (6.71), the men’s indoor 200m - Malik Beverly (21.09), the men’s outdoor 200m - Phemelo Matlhabe (20.38) and the men’s 4x100m relay (40.20). This past year he coached Courtney Lindsey to new school records in both the 100m (10.11) and 200m (20.21). His 4 x 100m relay team also ran the first sub-40 time in school history at nationals with a mark of 39.41.
Anderson competed for Barton County Community College in Great Bend, KS for two years as a sprinter. From there Anderson moved to Texas Southern University and competed for two more years where he was an All SWAC Performer numerous times and NCAA Qualifier.
In addition to his coaching position, he also works as a housing coordinator on campus. He previously coached at Coffeyville Community College before arriving in Fort Dodge.
Anderson is a native of Jacksonville, Fl and graduate of William M. Raines High School.
2018 USTFCCCA Midwest Region - Outdoor Men’s Assistant Coach of the Year