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Hoops Insider Senior Salute: Trevor Anderson

From playing against third graders while in kindergarten, to playing in front of a packed Kohl Center at the University of Wisconsin, Valparaiso University senior guard Trevor Anderson has almost done it all when it comes to basketball. Anderson’s journey before arriving at Valparaiso University can be described as long....
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Trevor Anderson will spend final year at Valparaiso

Former Wisconsin guard Trevor Anderson will spend his final year of eligibility at Valparaiso, he announced on Thursday. "Thank you Wisconsin for everything," Anderson wrote. "Excited for one last ride before I put the ball down for good." Anderson, who began his career at UW-Green Bay and played one season...
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Wisconsin guard transfer Trevor Anderson announces his next destination

Trevor Anderson just wrapped up his third season with Wisconsin, but he’s now transferring to Valparaiso. He made that announcement on Instagram on Tuesday afternoon:. Anderson initially announced his intentions to transfer back in March. He’s coming off his best career season with the Badgers. Anderson played 14.2 minutes per...
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Wisconsin men’s basketball: Nate Reuvers and Trevor Anderson make final decisions about their futures

Amongst the craziness that is the college basketball transfer portal, the Wisconsin Badgers had two of their former players make key decisions on Thursday regarding their future endeavors. 6-foot-11 forward Nate Reuvers announced that he would be pursuing a professional career after signing with an agent. Reuvers had previously entered...
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Badgers: Nate Reuvers done playing college basketball, Trevor Anderson announces next move

Nate Reuvers’ time in college basketball is done after all. The Wisconsin forward pulled a surprise last month when he entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal instead of pursuing a professional career. Reuvers was a senior last season but all players were given an extra year of eligibility by the NCAA due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But on Thursday, Reuvers announced he was, in fact, done playing collegiately.
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Stevens Point native Trevor Anderson to transfer to Valparaiso

STEVENS POINT, Wis. (WSAW) - Stevens Point native and former Wisconsin guard Trevor Anderson announced on social media that he is transferring to Valparaiso. In his three seasons with the Badgers, Anderson averaged 2.4 points, 1.1 assists and 1.3 rebounds a game. While at SPASH, Anderson tallied 2,360 points and...
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Valparaiso gets commitment from Wisconsin transfer Trevor Anderson

VALPARAISO — Trevor Anderson doesn’t want to waste any time getting to work with the Valparaiso basketball team. That’s because the sixth-year senior knows he doesn’t have a lot of time left. Anderson announced on his Instagram page on Thursday morning that he was transferring from Wisconsin to Valparaiso for...
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Wisconsin Guard and SPASH Grad Trevor Anderson to Enter NCAA Transfer Portal

Stevens Point (OnFocus) – According to multiple reports, Wisconsin guard Trevor Anderson has entered the transfer portal. Wisconsin’s backup PG will head to a new destination as a graduate transfer. Anderson transferred to the Badgers after beginning his career with UW-Green Bay in 2017. He played a key role off the bench for Greg Gard’s Badgers, averaging over 14 minutes per game and initiating the second unit offensively.
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2020-2021 basketball player reviews: Trevor Anderson

Season stats: 3.1 PPG, 1.4 RPG, 1.2 APG, 0.2 SPG, one block, 53.2 FG/54.2 3P/66.7 FT. Season in review: It was announced on Thursday evening that Anderson would be entering the transfer portal and playing his final season somewhere other than Madison. Just wanted to get that out of the way before we dove into Anderson’s 2020-2021 season.
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