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Justin Anderson
Justin  Anderson

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Montross, Va.

High School:
Montrose Christian

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 228

Position:
G



03/22/2015

Cavaliers Topped by Michigan State, 60-54

Virginia finished with its second straight 30-win season, a school record.

03/20/2015

Brogdon Leads Virginia Past Belmont, Advances to Next Round

Anderson had 15 points on 4-of-6 shooting and Anthony Gill added 16 points as the Cavaliers (30-3) moved on to face No. 7 seed Michigan State

03/13/2015

No. 3 Virginia Drops ACC Semifinal to No. 19 North Carolina, 71-67

Malcolm Brogdon scored 22 of his 25 points after halftime.

03/12/2015

ACC Tournament Postgame Notes: #1 Seed Virginia vs. #9 Seed Florida State

Virginia took down Florida State, 58-44, in the ACC tournament

03/07/2015

No. 2 Virginia Falls to No. 16 Louisville, 59-57

Malcom Brogdon scored 17 points to lead Virginia

03/20/2015

Virginia vs. Belmont (USATSI)

Virginia takes on Belmont in the NCAA Tournament

03/13/2015

Virginia vs. UNC -- ACC Tournament

USATSI Photos of men's basketball -- 3/13/15

03/12/2015

Virginia vs. Florida State (USATSI)

Virginia Tops Florida State 58-44 in ACC Quarterfinals

03/02/2015

Justin Anderson Photo Gallery

Justin Anderson Photo Gallery

02/16/2015

No. 2 Virginia vs. Pitt

USATSI photos of the men's basketball game vs. Pitt on February 16, 2015

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
· Announced on April 13 that he is leaving Virginia and entering the 2015 NBA Draft
· Named to the National Basketball Coaches Association (NABC) All-American Third Team in 2014-15
· Named All-ACC Second Team in 2014-2015 by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) and ACC coaches
· Named 2013-14 ACC Sixth Man of the Year by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA)

· Named ACC Rookie of the Week after averaging 15.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 steals in wins over Clemson (2/7/13) and Maryland (2/10/13)
· Established career highs in points (24) and 3-pointers (5) and tied a career best with five blocked shots vs. Iowa (3/27/13) in NIT quarterfinals
· 2012 Gatorade Maryland Boys Basketball Player of the Year

AT VIRGINIA

2014-15 SEASON
· Played in 26 games, including 23 starts
· Ranked second on the team in scoring at 12.2 points per game
· Shot 46.6 percent from the field, 45.2 percent from 3-point range and 78 percent from the free-throw line
· Returned to action vs. Florida State in the ACC quarterfinals after missing eight games due to a fractured finger on Feb. 7 and an appendectomy on March 5
· Named to the National Basketball Coaches Association (NABC) All-American Third Team
· Named All-ACC Second Team by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) and ACC coaches
· Named to the U.S. Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) All-District 3 Team
· Named to the NABC All-District 2 First Team
· Finalist for Naismith Julius Erving Award (best small forward)
· Naismith Trophy Midseason List
· USBWA Oscar Robertson Player of the Year Midseason List
· John Wooden Award Midseason List
· Named a finalist for Lute Olson National Player of the Year Award
· USBWA's Oscar Robertson National Player of the Week and ACC Co-Player of the Week on Dec. 9, 2014
· Scored in double figures in 18 of 26 games
· Had a team-high 18 points (4-5 3FG) at James Madison (11/14/14)
· Led team in scoring with 17 points vs. South Carolina State (11/18/14)
· Led team in scoring with 18 points to go along with eight rebounds vs. George Washington (11/21/14)
· Led team in scoring with 20 points and shot a perfect 5-5 on 3FGs vs. Tennessee St. (11/25/14)
· Led team with 21 points and eight rebounds at VCU (12/6/14)
· Had 16 points, including game-tying 3-pointer at the end of first OT, at Miami (1/3/15)
· Scored 16 points and tied a career high with nine rebounds vs. NC State (1/7/15)
· Tallied 12 points (10 in the final 7:03) and had a key block on a game-tying 3-point attempt by Malik Mueller in the final minute at Virginia Tech (1/25/15)
· Registered 16 points and a career-high seven assists at North Carolina (2/2/15)
· Had 15 points (4-6 FGs, 6-7 FTs) vs. Belmont in NCAA Round of 64 (3/20/15)
· Lettered

2013-14 SEASON
· Played in 37 games, including five starts

· Averaged 7.8 points and 3.2 rebounds in 21.5 minutes per game
· Shot 40.7 percent from the field, 29.4 percent from 3-point range and 71.6 percent from the free-throw line
· Named ACC Sixth Man of the Year by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA)
· Earned Corpus Christi Challenge All-Tournament honors after averaging 12 points in wins against Liberty (11/23/13), Hampton (11/26/13), SMU (11/29/13) and Missouri State (11/30/13)
· Had 12 points and eight rebounds vs. Davidson (11/16/13)
· Led Virginia in scoring in five games, including a season-high 23 points against Missouri State (11/30/13)
· Tallied 14 points and eight rebounds vs. Norfolk State (12/23/13)
· Reached double figures in scoring in 15 games, including six consecutive games from Dec. 7-Jan. 8
· Registered 16 points and four assists at Florida State (1/4/14)
· Scored 12 points at Duke (1/13/14)
· Scored 13 points vs. North Carolina (1/20/14)
· Blocked James Robinson's tying 3-point attempt in the final seconds of the ACC semifinal victory over Pitt (3/15/14)
· Lettered

2012-13 SEASON
· Played in 35 games and started 17 games

· Averaged 7.6 points, 3.3 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.2 blocked shots per game
· Shot 42 percent from the field, 30.3 percent from 3-point range and 76.4 percent from the free-throw line
· Named ACC Rookie of the Week on Feb. 11 after averaging 15.5 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 steals in wins over Clemson (2/7/13) and Maryland (2/10/13)
· Led Virginia in scoring during the NIT, averaging 19 points per game in three contests
· Established career highs in points (24) and 3-pointers (5) and tied a career best with five blocked shots vs. Iowa (3/27/13) in NIT quarterfinals
· Led Virginia in scoring in five games and scored in double figures in 12 games
· Led UVa freshmen in scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and blocked shots
· Was part of the first Virginia freshman trio, along with Mike Tobey and Taylor Barnette, to start a game at UVa, starting the season opener at George Mason (11/9/12)
· Was Virginia's top scorer against North Texas (14), Boston College (16), Norfolk State (15), St. John's (18) and Iowa (24)
· Led Virginia with a career-high nine rebounds against Mississippi Valley State (12/8/12) and Maryland (2/10/13)
· Led Virginia with a career-best six assists at Virginia Tech (1/24/13)
· Tallied three steals against North Texas (11/20/12), Virginia Tech (1/24/13), Clemson (2/7/13) and Iowa (3/27/13)
· Lettered

HIGH SCHOOL
· Played four years at Montrose Christian School for head coach Stu Vetter
· Averaged 17.8 points, 4.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists, 1.8 steals and 1.6 blocks per game as a senior
· Gatorade Maryland Boys Basketball Player of the Year as a senior
· Montrose Christian finished the 2010-11 season by winning the ESPN National High School Invitational and he averaged 14.7 points and 8.3 rebounds per game in the team's three victories in the tournament
· Earned first-team Washington Post All-Metropolitan honors for 2011-12
· Named Gazette.Net's 2012 Player of the Year and to the All-Gazette.Net Boys Basketball Team
· Top 100 Recruit by ESPN and Rivals.com
· Scored 17 points for the Capital All-Stars in the Capital Classic
· Member of the United States Junior National Team that won a gold medal in Germany in the summer of 2010
· Averaged 14 points, 7.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 2.1 blocked shots and 2.0 steals per game as a junior
· Second-team ESPN High School Underclass All-American as a junior in 2010-11, Co-MVP of the 2011 Boost Mobile Elite 24 Game and a second-team Washington Post All-Metropolitan selection
· Most Outstanding Player of the Iolani Classic in Hawaii in December of 2011
· Averaged 7.5 points per game as a sophomore and five points a game as a freshman
· Scored more than 1,000 career points at Montrose Christian
· Played junior varsity basketball at Courtland High School

PERSONAL
· Justin Lamar Anderson
· Son of Kim and Edward Anderson II
· Has an older sister, Resha, and an older brother, Edward III
· Brother played basketball at the University of Mary Washington
· Mentor/Trainer for Anderson Athletics
· Served as a guest speaker at local youth basketball camps
· Scholar-Athlete at Montrose Christian
· Media studies major

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