Scott Anderson '09 Leads Tufts University Basketball Team in Points

Scott Anderson MX ’09 is the leading scorer on the Tufts University basketball team. The 6-foot-5 forward is averaging 12.3 points per game and is second in rebounding (5.3 per game) as a sophomore.
 
The Jumbos now 11-9 have improved significantly since last year where they won just six games the entire season. “Scott is definitely leading us back down the road to success,” said Tufts coach Bob Sheldon. “He started for us halfway through last season and has started in every game since then, and he’s a very skilled player who knows how to get his shot off.”
 
At Middlesex, Scott was just the third basketball player in school history to reach the 1,00th career point mark. He was a First Team ISL player starting in his sophomore year and was also a member of the varsity football and lacrosse teams.
 
Tufts returns to NESCAC action on Friday night at Amherst College at 6:00pm
 
To read the full article on Scott please visit: http://www.boston.com/sports/colleges/mens_basketball/articles/2011/02/03/sudburys_scott_anderson_sparking_a_turnaround_in_tufts_basketball/

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