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Raheem Anderson
Raheem Anderson
Basketball • Athlete • American
AGE
23
Games
0
Height
186cm (6'1")
Position
Guard
ENGLISH LEVEL
Proficient
BEST HAND
Both
WEIGHT
84kg (185.2lbs)
WING SPAN
196cm(6'5")
Bio
Accolades:
All-Tournament MVP: 2017
All-Tournament: 2016, 2017
All-NAC: 1st Team (2016, 2017, 2018)
All-NAC: 2nd Team (2015)
NAC Player of the Year: 2017, 2018
ECAC All-New England: First Team (2017)
ECAC New England DIII Player of the Year: 2017
d3hoops.com All-Northeast: Second Team (2017, 2018)
d3hoops.com All-American: Honorable Mention (2017)
d3hoops.com Preseason All-American: 2018
NABC All-Northeast: First Team (2017)
NABC All-Northeast: Second Team (2018)
NABC Reese's Division III College Senior All-Star Game: 2018
MMBCWA All-State: First Team (2016, 2018)
MMBCWA All-State: Second Team (2015)
MMBCWA Player of the Year: 2018
NAC Player of the Week: 12/14/15, 12/12/16, 1/23/17, 1/30/17, 2/20/17, 2/27/17, 12/11/17, 1/2/18
NAC Rookie of the Week: 11/26/13, 12/04/13, 12/11/13
MMBCWA Player of the Week: 12/14/15, 2/22/16
MMBCWA Honor Roll: 1/23/18, 1/30/18, 2/21/18
MMBCWA Rookie of the Week: 12/04/13, 12/11/13, 12/18/13
ECAC DIII New England/North Player of the Week: 12/15/15, 1/28/17, 1/31/17, 12/12/17
d3hoops.com Team of the Week: 2/22/17

2017-18:

2016-17: Played in 28 games as a senior...started in 25 games...averaged 26.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 4.6 assists per game...shot 43.4% from the field...shot 37.6% behind the arc...shot 88.9% from the free-throw line...recorded 38 steals and 1 block...shattered the Eagles single-season free throws made (177) record (previous mark of 173, held by Bob Cimbollek stood for 61 years, making it the oldest single-season individual school record of any sport at Husson)...posted 19 or more points in 27 of his 28 games, while netting 25 or more points in 16 of those outings, including a 50-point performance at Thomas (Maine) on February 16, 2017, the program’s first 50 point game in 44 years...poured in 37 with 11 assists, four boards and three steals in a triumph over Colby-Sawyer on January 28th to become Husson’s All-Time NCAA Era leading scorer...following the season, earned NAC Player of the  Year, ECAC DIII New England Player of the Year, First Team All-NAC, NAC Tournament Most Valuable Player, NAC All-Tournament Team, First Team All-ECAC, NABC First Team All-Northeast, D3Hoops.com Second Team All-Region, and D3Hoops.com All-American Honorable Mention accolades...selected as the NAC Player of the Week five times, ECAC New England Player of the Week four times, and to the D3Hoops.com Team of the Week once....first player to score 700 points in a single-season in 29 years, average 26.3 points per game or higher in 43 years, and to make 240 or more field goals in 16 years and attempt 550 or more field goals in 29 years.

2015-16: Started all 28 games as a junior...shot 48% from the field, 37% from behind the arc, and 87% from the line...averaged 20.9 points and 4.1 rebounds per game and had a total of 585 points during his third collegiate season...also recorded 46 steals, 71 assists, and nine blocks... recorded an impressive milestone in the Eagles’ 101-95 loss to Johnson on Feburary 6th, becoming the 49th player in program history to reach 1,000 career points...garnered NAC and MMBCWA Player of the Week honors once....collected All-Conference First Team, All-State First Team and All-NAC Tournament accolades.

2014-15: Played in 27 games with 22 starts as a sophomore...averaged 32 minutes a game for a total of 874 on the year...averaged 17.4 points, 4.0 rebounds, and 2.0 assists per game, while shooting 47% from the floor, 42.2% from behind the arc, and 91% from the free throw line, for a total 460 points...garnered All-Conference and All-State Second Team honors. 

2013-14: Despite only playing in eight games in his freshman season due to an injury...he tallied 99 points, 28 rebounds, 16 assists, and seven steals...averaging 12.4 points and 22.3 minutes per game. 

Before Husson: Attended Everglades High in Miramar, Fla. where he competed all four years...in his senior year, Anderson averaged 17.0 points and 4.0 assists per game. 

Personal: A sport management major...son of Patrice and Marlon Anderson.... show moreless
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Season 2017 - 2018





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