Jack Anderson - Baseball - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#99 Jack Anderson Season 2022-23


Class Graduate
Height 6'6"
Weight 206
Hometown Nashville, Tenn.
High School Montgomery Bell

Head coach Tim Corbin on Anderson: “Jack has worked hard to put himself in position to help our staff. He made good strides and earned quality opportunities before getting hurt at the end of the year. He has improved his overall strength and delivery over the last year. He has the ability to throw a power fastball and breaking ball. Jack is a mature and quality young man with a bright future in whatever he chooses to do.”

As a Graduate (2023)
• Earned win vs. Georgia State (May 2) with two scoreless innings

As a Graduate (2022)
• SEC Community Service Team
• Struck out the side in Vanderbilt debut vs. Oklahoma State (Feb. 19)
• Didn’t allow a run in 10.0 innings of work during regular season
• Struck out both batters faced against Michigan (March 15)
• Pitched a scoreless inning at South Carolina (March 25)
• Worked a scoreless frame with two strikeouts vs. Texas A&M (April 30)
• Threw one inning in relief against 10th-ranked Louisville (May 3), striking out the side

The Anderson File
• Graduate transfer from Princeton
• Struck out 30 batters across 38.1 innings of work for the Tigers
• Appeared in 25 games across his three seasons, making three starts
• Attended Montgomery Bell Academy (Nashville, Tenn.)
• Two-sport athlete who also lettered in hockey for three years
• Member of the Martin Luther King Society and the Service and Baseball Club
• AP Scholar with honor at Montgomery Bell Academy
• Has one sister, Mary Marshall
• Grandfather, Marshall Patterson, played football at Tennessee Polytechnic Institute
• Son of Marsha and John Anderson
• Enjoys golf and spending time with family and friends
• Full name is John Edward Anderson Jr.
• Majoring in leadership and organizational performance