JACK ANDERSON| VOLUNTEER STUDENT ASSISTANT BASEBALL COACH
Anderson enters his first season as a volunteer student assistant for the Regis University baseball program, focusing on hitting and serving as the academic liaison. He is currently a second-year student in the Doctorate of Physical Therapy program at Regis.
Prior to joining the Rangers, Anderson spent five years (2013-2018) at Oregon State University as a member of the baseball program as an outfielder. During his time at OSU, the Beavers won a PAC-12 championship in 2017, went to the College World Series in 2017 and 2018, and won the College World Series in 2018.
Athletically, Anderson was honored as a PAC-12 First Team outfielder in 2017.
Academically, Anderson was a three-time selection to the PAC-12 All-Academic team, and was chosen as the PAC-12 Academic Player of the year on 2018. Anderson was also selected as for the PAC-12 Leadership Award for his contributions on the field, in the classroom, and in the community.