Summer 2017: After traveling to the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center in early March to try out for the USA National Team, Anderson received an invitation to train with the U.S. Collegiate National Team - Minneapolis Program in June. Anderson is the first player out of the WKU volleyball program to earn a spot within the USCNT Minneapolis Program and was one of 36 college players selected to the team.
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Rachel Anderson is now the Head Coach for the Sandusky Redskins Volleyball Team in 2021-present. Taking over for Ali Guza’s position she took a teaching job in Rochester Hills, Michigan Area now as a English Teacher. Living in that place for now on. Rachel is a 2008 Marlette HS Graduated.
After earning Conference USA Freshman of the Year honors during her debut season on The Hill, Anderson has continued to deliver for Head Coach Travis Hudson and the WKU volleyball program. Since then, Anderson has been a two-time first-team All-Conference selection, two-time Conference USA Tournament MVP, two-time AVCA All-Region selection and a 2017 honorable mention AVCA All-American.
View Rachel Anderson's career, season and match-by-match volleyball stats while attending Byrnes High School.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – WKU Volleyball's Rachel Anderson has been named as one of 30 NCAA Women's Volleyball Senior CLASS Award candidates. To be eligible for the
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Check out Rachel Anderson's high school sports timeline including match updates while playing volleyball at Byrnes High School from 2020 through this year.
WKU Volleyball’s Rachel Anderson has been named as one of 30 NCAA Women’s Volleyball Senior CLASS Award candidates. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA Division I senior and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition.