2004 NCAA West Regional Runner Up--100m
THIS YEAR: If healthy, senior Marvin Anderson could be one of the best sprinters in the country in 2005.
2004: Anderson was hampered by injuries as a junior, but he still managed to finish second to teammate Phillip Francis at the NCAA West Regional ... His best 100m time was a 10.31 at the Texas Relays ... At the NCAA Championships, he ran a wind-aided 10.29, but did not advance past the first round of the 100m.
CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE: Anderson was an All-American in his two seasons at Central Arizona College ... Had bests of 10.24 in the 100m and 20.62 in the 200m ... Was on the honors list for his work in the classroom.
HIGH SCHOOL: Anderson prepped at St. Jago and William Knibb High School in Jamaica ... He was the Jamaica high school 100 and 200m champion his senior year of 2001 ... Was voted the Jamaica high school Athlete of the Year in 2001 ... Won the 100m title at the 2001 Central America and Caribbean games ... Finished sixth in the 200m at the 2000 World Junior Championships ... Had bests of 10.34 in the 100m and 20.82 in the 200m. PERSONAL: Marvin was born on May 12, 1982 ... His nickname is "Marvelous" ... He is an international relations major at USC.
CAREER BESTS: 100m -- 10.24; 200m -- 20.62