Trevor Anderson

#21 Trevor Anderson

Pos. G
Ht. 6-3
Wt. 205
Yr. 6th
Hometown Stevens Point, Wis.
High School [Prev. School] SPASH [Wisconsin]

2021-22: Played in 19 games and made 17 starts before incurring a season-ending back injury... Averaged 9.2 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game... Scored a season-high 18 points as part of a double-double on Nov. 17 at Stanford... Enjoyed his second straight double-figure rebounding effort with a season-high 11 caroms on Nov. 22 vs. Jacksonville State... Dished out a season-high six assists in back-to-back games, Dec. 22 vs. William & Mary and Jan. 2 vs. Illinois State... Shot 88.9 percent at the free-throw line, making 32 of his 36 attempts.

2020-21 (Wisconsin): Appeared in 29 of the team’s 31 games, averaging 14.2 minutes per contest… Shot at a 53.2 percent clip and a 54.2 percent rate from 3-point territory… Averaged 3.1 points and 1.4 rebounds per game… Scored a season-high 11 points on Dec. 19 vs. Louisville, draining three treys… Registered a season-high four rebounds on Nov. 27 vs. Arkansas Pine Bluff and handed out four assists on Feb. 14 vs. Michigan.

2019-20 (Wisconsin): Appeared in all 31 games as part of a Badgers team that won the 2019-20 Big Ten regular season championship, averaging 12.2 minutes per outing... Scored 1.8 ppg and 1.3 rpg with 38 assists on the season, the most by any Wisconsin reserve... Had his best performance of the season at Rutgers (Dec. 11), where he scored 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting, including 2-of-3 shooting from 3-point range while adding two assists and a rebound.

2018-19 (Wisconsin): Appeared in the first eight games of the season before suffering a season-ending knee injury on Nov. 30... Averaged 1.6 points and 1.1 rebounds per game in 6.9 minutes of action... Scored a season-high five points in a win over N.C. State on Nov. 27.

2017-18 (Wisconsin): Sat out due to NCAA transfer rules after transferring from Green Bay.

2016-17 (Green Bay): Started the first 20 games of the season as a freshman at Green Bay before a back injury sidelined him for the rest of the season… Averaged 9.8 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game with the Phoenix… Shot 40 percent from the field, 37.6 percent from 3 and 80.4 percent from the free-throw line… Scored in double figures in each of his first five games and had a career-high 23 points (5-for-8 from 3-point range) in a win over SIUE… Played 33 minutes, accounting for three points and four rebounds in Green Bay’s 73-59 loss at Wisconsin on Dec. 14, 2016 before taking on another one of his future teams on Jan. 16, when he started and saw 23 minutes of action at the ARC in an 80-56 Valpo victory.

Prep: Finished his standout high school career at Stevens Point Area Senior High School (SPASH) as the all-time leading scorer with 2,360 points, the eighth-most points in the history of Wisconsin high school basketball … Compiled a 100-6 career record and helped lead SPASH to the WIAA Division I State Championship in back-to-back years (2015-16)… Recorded 20 points and four assists in the WIAA State Championship game his senior season and scored 25 points in the WIAA State Championship game his junior year… As a senior in 2016, named Wisconsin’s Mr. Basketball and Associated Press Player of the Year… Averaged 24.6 points, 4.4 assists, 64 percent shooting, 55 percent 3-point shooting and 87.6 percent free-throw shooting during his senior campaign… As a junior in 2015, averaged 23 points, five assists, 63 percent field-goal shooting and 89 percent free-throw shooting… Finished his junior season with 75 consecutive made free throws… Two-time AP First Team All-State selection (senior [unanimous], junior) and an AP Second Team All-State selection (sophomore)… Three-time WBCA First Team All-State honoree (senior, junior, sophomore)… Four-time conference player of the year and four-time first team all-conference … two-time Central Wisconsin Gannett Newspaper Area Player of the Year (senior, sophomore) … Team MVP all four seasons of high school … recognized for his senior season with the Wisconsin Hall of Fame Male Athlete of the Year award … won six NY2LA championships and five MVP awards in AAU.

Personal: Son of Scott and Amy Anderson... Father, Scott, played basketball at UW-Stevens Point and coached Trevor as the head coach at SPASH... Has an older sister, Haley, and a younger sister, Ava ... Earned his undergraduate degree in communication from Wisconsin and is pursing a master’s in sports administration at Valpo… Enjoys visiting coffee shops, traveling and cheering for the Dallas Cowboys.