#22 Mark Anderson | Defender
Hometown: Morton, Ill.
Previous School: Morton
Major: Physics and Chemistry
2014 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete
Anderson played in 19 of 20 games, making 19 starts ... assisted one goal ... posted seven shots, including three on goal ... part of backline that ranked second in the GPAC in fewest goals allowed per game (1.0).
Anderson saw action in all 19 games and made 16 starts ... held down a spot in the backline for a unit that ranked in the top five in the GPAC in fewest goals allowed per game (1.63) ... took four shots (one on goal).
Mark appeared in nine games for the Bulldogs during the 2012 season
Mark played for the Morton high school Potters for four years ... Coach Brian Deters led the Potters soccer team to four conference championships and three regional championships ... He started for two years and earned three varsity letters ... He was team captain for one year ... Accomplishments include All-Sectional, All-Area, All-Conference, and All-State honors ... He was on the honor roll and high honor roll throughout high school.
Born December 26 in Wayne, Nebraska ... Son of Jeff and Renata ... Has two older sisters ... His father attended Concordia and ran on the cross country and track teams ... Two of his aunts also participated in sports at Concordia.