Seth Anderson enters his fifth season as an assistant coach under head coach Marty Hunter for the 2019 season. Anderson will work with the first/third basemen and hitters.
Anderson was the starting first baseman for the 2009 season when the team won the Northwest Conference championship and made the NCAA D-III National Tournament. His 2009 squad posted the second-highest batting average. in the country and second-most wins in a season only to the 2004 team at George Fox. Anderson played two years for George Fox and recorded a batting average of .335. He recorded 307 at-bats, 103 hits, 22 doubles and 62 RBI’s.
A native of Boise, Idaho, Anderson started his college career playing two seasons of football for Boise State University. He was part of the 2007 Fiesta Bowl winning team vs. the University of Oklahoma. Seth then transferred to Wenatchee Valley Community College to pursue his passion of playing college baseball.
Anderson graduated from George Fox in the spring of 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing.
Seth and his lovely wife, Kristin, reside in Newberg, Oregon.