Men's Soccer

Mark Anderson
Mark Anderson

Class: SR

Hometown: Durham, England

Height: 5-10

MARK AT A GLANCE: Skill set is reminiscent of former Buccaneer star Alen Marcina … Very calculating player, understands the game extremely well … Has a great finishing touch … Should find himself in position for lots of scoring chances … Will be very dangerous.

SUMMER (2011): Participated at the World University Games in Shenzhen, China with Great Britain...Started all six games in the tournament and scored two goals in group play...Helped GBR to a silver medal after a 2-0 loss to Japan in the final match.

JUNIOR (2010): Played in all 18 games, starting 17 … Led the team in points (31), goals (11), and tied for the team lead in assists (9) … Earned First-Team All-Sunshine State Conference and First-Team Daktronics All-South Region honors … Led the conference in points and finished second in goals and assists … Ranked 16th nationally in total assists and 27th in the nation in points per game … Scored three goals and chipped in two assists in a 5-0 win over conference rival Lynn on Oct. 31 … Scored the game winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Tampa in the first round of the NCAA Regional Tournament on Nov. 12 to give Barry their first NCAA Tournament win since 2001 … Tallied both Daktronics and NSCAA All-America honors …Ranks 2nd in Barry history in points per game (1.96) and assists per game (0.53) … Ranks 3rd in the Barry record books in total points (104), and goals (38) … Named to the Dean's List in both fall and spring semesters and the SSC Commissioner's Fall Honor Roll.

SOPHOMORE (2009): Only player to start all 21 games … Led squad in minutes played, averaging 84.6 per game … Earned first-team All-Sunshine State Conference and All-South Region … Named second-team All-America by both Daktronics and the NSCAA … Ranked second in the conference in points and goals and tied for fifth in assists … ranked 20th in the nation in points per game and 27th in goals per game … Scored a goal or had an assist in 13 of the Bucs' 21 games … Led the conference in game-winning goals with seven, tying Alen Marcina's single-season mark set in 2000 … Had four goals and an assist in a 6-1 win over Lander on Sept. 4 to tie for second on the Barry single-game list for goals and placed second in points … Scored the first goal of the season unassisted in 2-0 win over Georgia Southwestern on Aug. 27 … Figured into all six goals in the Bucs' run to the SSC Tournament title, scoring twice (the game-winners against Florida Tech and Tampa) and adding four assists … Named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player … Named to the Dean's List in the Spring … Played for the Baton Rouge Capitals in the Premiere Development League over the summer … Reached the final four and finished third in the nation in the PDL.

FRESHMAN (2008): Scored his first career goal the second game of the regular season against Clayton State on Aug. 30 … Earned his first career assist on the first goal of the regular season against Georgia Southwestern on Aug. 28, 2008 … Set a school record with nine straight games of at least one goal scored … Posted 11 assists, breaking the school record … Tied the Barry freshman record for goals set by Alen Marcina (11 in 1999) … Broke the school record for points in a season with 33 … Led the nation in assists per game … Ranked 7th in the nation in points per game … Ranked 25th in the nation in goals per game … Named to the second team Daktronics, Inc., All-South Region by D2SIDA … Earned freshman of the year honors by the SSC, first in school history … Missed four games during the season with an injury … Named to the Athletic Director's List both semesters, earning a spot on the SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll. 

HIGH SCHOOL & CLUB: Played at Roseberry Sports College in Chester-Le, England under coach Pam Turner … Scored 43 goals in 35 games during the 2007 season … Won Sportsman Of the Year Award in 2006 and 2007.

PERSONAL: Son of Paul and Gillian Anderson … Has an older sister, Lauren … Majoring in criminology.

SeasonGPMinutesGoalsAssistsPointsShotsShot%SOGSOG%GWPK-Att
2008 14 1161 11 11 33 76 .145 41 .539 2 2-2
2009 21 1776 16 8 40 118 .136 50 .424 7 0-0
2010 18 1445 11 9 31 100 .110 39 .390 3 0-0
TOTAL 53 4382 38 28 104 294 .129 130 .442 12 2-2

ALL-TIME RANKINGS:
Shots per game: 1st (5.55)
SOG per game: 1st (2.45)
Points per game: 2nd (1.96)
Assists per game: 2nd (0.53)
Shots attempted: 2nd (294)
Shots on goal: 2nd (130)
Game-winning goals: t-2nd (12)
Points: 3rd (104)
Goals: 3rd (38)
Goals per game: 3rd (0.72)
Assists: 4th (28)
Minutes played: 7th (4382)
Penalty kicks made: t-9th (2)
Penalty kick attempts: t-9th (2)

SINGLE-SEASON RANKINGS:
Game-winning goals: t-1st (7 in 2009)
Points: t-3rd (40 in 2009)
Goals: t-4th (16 in 2009)
Games started: t-4th (21 in 2009)
Assists: 5th (11 in 2008)
Penalty kicks made: t-6th (2 in 2008)
Games played: t-7th (21 in 2009)
Points: 9th (33 in 2008)
Assists: t-9th (9 in 2010)
Penalty kick attempts: t-9th (2 in 2008)
Points: t-13th (31 in 2010)
Goals: t-13th (11 in 2010)
Goals: t-13th (11 in 2008)
Game-winning goals: t-13th (3 in 2010)
Assists: t-15th (8 in 2009)


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