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Transcript of Matt Anderson
Matthew John Anderson was born April 18, 1987. Matt is currently 27 years old. He was born in Buffalo, New York. Matt is the youngest out of his 5 siblings; Jennifer, Joelle, Amy, and Joshua, and his parents; Michael and Nancy Anderson. He is 6 ft 8 inches and weighs around 220 lb. Matt graduated from West Seneca West Senior High School where he lead the boys volleyball team in a 17-0 regular-season record, then in state finals they lost in the third set to the champions; Hamburg.In Matts youth he also played on a club team called Eden volleyball in New York. Matt realized his dream of being a volleyball player and continues to play this amazing sport to this day.
Who is Matt Anderson
West Seneca West Senior High School
Penn State University
(current) Zenit Kazan
(National team) United States
Italian League; Tonno Callipo Volley
Teams and Stats
-Matt led all players in scoring at the 2013 FIVB Grand Champions Cup (104 points on 93 kills, five blocks and six aces).
-Matt jumped 12 feet 3 inches during a test of his vertical jump in 2013
-He was named "best spiker" at the NORCECA mens continental olympic qualification tournament
Matt Anderson went to Penn State from his college path. Matt played on the lions team until his sophomore year where he ended with 1,212 kills (hits) and 82 aces which ranks 13th in Penn State history.
Matt Anderson serving during the first week of the FIVB World League 2013 in Wichita, Kan.
Matt currently is an outside hitter for the teams he plays on. His spike is 360 cm and his block is 332 cm. His main team number is #1
Matt Anderson as outside hitter of "Zenit-Kazan"
In 2007 Matt Anderson played 27 games for the United States junior national team in the world championship in Morocco. Matts team finished 7th in the world. He got a total of 91 points. 77 kills, 4 aces, 10 blocks, and 32 digs.
Junior national championship
Biography on Matt Anderson by Bryanna and Sierra