#24 Korey Anderson
Pos: F
Height: 6-7
Weight: 240
Year: SR
Major: Business Administration
Parents: Kirk & Kerrie
Birthday: July 20
Hometown: Clovis, CA
High School: Clovis
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2014-15: Coming Soon!

2013-14:  Initially contributing as a valuable reserve, the second-year player was rewarded with a starting job in early January and proceeded to give the club a lethal, low-post threat…averaged nine points per game overall and 10.9 as a starter…shot just under 60% (59.9) from the field…scored in double figures 14 times, highlighted by a career-high 23 points vs. Arizona Christian on 2/8/14 when he also notched the last of his three-doubles with 10 rebounds…yanked down 10 or more rebounds five times, including a career-best 14 against San Diego Christian on 2/22/14…topped the squad in blocked shots, highlighted by a career-high four vs. Arizona Christian on 2/8/14...excelled in the classroom, too, earning GSAC and NAIA scholar-athlete honors.

2012-13:  After coming off the bench in a reserve role for the first 19 games, the transfer forward had his season cut short by a broken foot the first week of February…tallied a season-high eight points vs. La Sierra on 12/6/12, going 3-4 from the field…may have played his best game of the year vs. Cal Tech on 12/4/12 when he scored seven points and pulled down a season-best seven rebounds…blocked a season-high two shots against Arizona Christian on 2/2/13.

CSU San Marcos:  Played one season (2011-12) for the Cougars, making two starts and averaging 11 minutes per game…shot nearly 57% from the field and pulled down 2.8rpg…came off the bench to score a season-high 10 points vs. TMC on 2/16/12…grabbed a season-best eight rebounds against Arizona Christian on 1/28/12.

Clovis HS:  A two-year varsity starter for Coach John Jones and the Cougars, he wound up playing just the second half of his junior season due to injury and all of a spectacular senior campaign (2010-11)…averaged 19ppg and 14rpg in his final prep season, earning first-team All-Tri-River League and All-San Joaquin Valley honors, and was a second-team all-state choice…voted team MVP and played in the Fresno City-County All-Star Game.