Nevada has graduated nearly 700 student-athletes over past decade.
Pack plays Fresno State Wednesday in MW Championship
Meyer sets Pack single season doubles record
Pack hosts New Mexico this weekend
Six-game homestand starts Tuesday
Has played in 178 games in his career ... Made his 100th start on May 14, 2015 in a victory over Air Force ... One of the team's most trusted outfielders with a .971 career fielding percentage ... Receiving a degree from Nevada in Communication Studies.
2015 (Sr.): Played in 40 games with eight starts in the regular season ... Batted .239 with 11 hits, nine runs and five runs batted in ... Posted a perfect fielding percentage in the outfield ... Started in game two against San Diego State on April 18, hitting his first career home run while tallying a season-high two hits in a 8-5 victory ... Went .257 at the plate in MW games ... Helped Nevada claim the first Mountain West regular season title in program history ... Letter winner.
2014 (Jr.): Played in 49 games with 26 starts as a junior ... Posted a .966 fielding percentage in the outfield with 84 putouts while batting .191 on the season ... Tallied 18 hits, 20 runs and 13 RBI ... Ranked second on the team with three triples ... Matched season-high marks with two hits, two runs scored and five total bases against rivals UNLV ... Had eight putouts against San Diego State, setting a season-high mark ... Letterwinner.
2013 (So.): Made 34 appearances for the Wolf Pack, 14 being starts ... Batted .103 with six RBI ... Tied for third on the team in stolen bases with five ... Was perfect in stolen base attempts (5-for-5) ... Had a fielding percentage of 1.000 with 40 putouts ... Earned second baseball letter.
2012 (Fr.): Played in 55 games earning 54 starts his freshman year ... Batted .286 with five doubles and five triples with 19 RBI ...Topped the team with 36 runs scored and was second on the team with 10 stolen bases ... Put together an 11-game hit streak to start the season which was the third longest streak on the team ... Batted .310 with six runs scored and seven RBI during the streak ... Reached base in 18 consecutive games that tied for the second longest streak on the team ... Five triples was third most for the Pack ... Batted leadoff a team-high 49 times ... Made 30 starts in left field, 23 in center field and one in right field ... Earned first baseball letter.
PRIOR TO NEVADA
Part of two CIF Championship teams, one in 2008 and another in 2011 at Bishop Amat ... An all-conference performer in both baseball and football during his high school career.
Communications major ... Son of Keith and Cynthia Anderson ... Loves to spend time with his family including going fishing with his dad ... Chose Nevada because of the overall environment of the campus, both academically and athletically ... Lists multiple sports heroes, including Deion Sanders, Robinson Cano, Kobe Bryant and Tiger Woods.