Antonio Anderson


(Audio) Lynn English, Coach Antonio Anderson Go Out on Top

LYNN – The 2-time defending Massachuestts D1 State Champion Lynn English Bulldogs captured their first Greater Boston League title Saturday with a 74-71 win over Everett. Coach Antonio Anderson, in his 4th and final season at Lynn English High School, finishes with a 74-9 record with only one loss to Everett blemishing a perfect home record. Coach Anderson will be moving on to coach Springfield Commonwealth Academy.
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In his finale, Antonio Anderson coaches Lynn English boys’ basketball past Everett for Greater Boston League title

LYNN — In four years as boys’ basketball coach at Lynn English, Antonio Anderson dropped only one home game, to Everett High. So Saturday’s Greater Boston League final against Everett had extra significance for the Lynn native, as he coached his final game before heading off to take over the basketball program at Springfield Commonwealth Academy, an independent school that competes in the NEPSAC.
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Lynn English boys basketball coach Antonio Anderson stepping down after four years

Lynn English boys basketball coach Antonio Anderson is stepping down to take the head coaching job at Springfield Commonwealth Academy. (Item File Photo) LYNN — After spending the last four years at the helm of the Lynn English boys basketball program, Bulldogs head coach Antonio Anderson announced on Wednesday that he will be stepping down at the end of the season to take the head coaching position at Springfield Commonwealth Academy. Anderson transformed the English basketball program in his four years at Cavanagh Field House, leading the Bulldogs to two straight Division 1 state championships and (so far) a 69-9 record. But, more importantly, Anderson will be remembered at English for sending a host of student-athletes off to college.

Antonio Anderson Hits the Airwaves

Antonio Anderson is the head coach of the two-time Division 1 state champion Lynn English boys basketball team. He was a star at the University of Memphis where the 6-foot-6-inch guard helped lead the Tigers to the national championship game. He went on to play for the NBA’s Oklahoma City...