Brad Anderson
Brad Anderson

Position:
Athletic Trainer

Experience:
Sixth Season

Alma Mater:
Southern Miss, 1997


12/07/2013

Memphis vs. Northwestern State Postgame Quotes

11/10/2011

Memphis Basketball Notes

Tigers to host Christian Brothers Friday in final exhibition.

11/01/2011

Tigers Open Exhibition Play Wednesday Against LeMoyne-Owen

Game time is 7 p.m. (CT) at FedExForum.

03/17/2014

Memphis Basketball: ESPN College Game Day Sights and Sounds

Check out some of the sights and sounds from the college game day experience where the tigers took on the gonzaga bulldogs

01/27/2014

Memphis Basketball Puts on Dunk Show in 82-59 Win Over Houston

Watch the full highlights and recap of the Tigers' first AAC home win on Thursday night, cruising past the Houston Cougars 82-59.

01/27/2014

Memphis Basketball Wins Third Straight, Downing USF 80-58

Highlights and recap of the Tigers' 80-58 win over the USF Bulls on Sunday afternoon in FedExForum.

01/22/2014

Memphis Basketball: On the Road To Philadelphia

Take a behind the scenes look at the Memphis men's basketball trip to the City of Brotherly Love to take on American Athletic Conference foe Temple. Go Tigers!

01/14/2014

Memphis Basketball Knocks Off No. 12 Louisville on the Road

Highlights and full recap of the Tigers upset win over the No. 12 and reigning national champion Louisville Cardinals on the road Thursday night.

Overall
• In his eighth season at the NCAA Division I level
• Prior to Memphis, worked with North Texas men's basketball program
• Before joining the college ranks, served in the NFL's New York Giants and Oakland Raiders, NBA's Portland Trail Blazers and MLB's Texas Rangers organizations
• Has worked for three members of the National Athletic Trainers Association's (NATA) Hall of Fame in E.L. "Doc" Harrington and Jim Gallaspy at the Southern Miss and Ronnie P. Barnes of the New York Giants

Responsibilities
• Oversees prevention treatment and rehabilitation
• Serves as the liaison between physicians and student-athletes
• Manages the Memphis sports medicine department's prescription medication program

Memphis Athletic Trainer (2009-present)
• Member of the Tigers staff that posted 106 wins (106-34 record) in the first four seasons
• The 106 victories are the most by a staff in a head coach's first four years in school history
• Won 20 or more games all four seasons, including 31 victories in 2012-13
• Tigers won two Conference USA regular-season titles (2011-12, 2012-13) and three Conference USA Tournament crowns (2011, 2012, 2013)
• In 2012-13, Tigers went 31-5 overall and 16-0 in Conference USA
• The 30-win season was only the sixth in school history, and the 31 wins are tied for the fifth-most in the program's history
• The unblemished 16-0 league record was the Tigers' fourth in the last seven seasons
• Memphis swept the C-USA regular-season and tournament titles for the sixth time in the last eight seasons
• The Tigers earned an NCAA Tournament berth and advanced to the "Big Dance's" third round
• In 2011-12, Memphis won both the Conference USA regular season (13-3 league mark) and tournament championships and earned an NCAA Tournament berth
• In 2010-11, Memphis recorded a 25-10 record and won the C-USA Tournament held in El Paso, the program's first league tournament crown outside the Bluff City since 1987
• The Tigers put together a magical ride in the 2011 conference tournament, winning the title with a thrilling 67-66 victory over UTEP on the Miners' homecourt
• In his first season in 2009-10, Tigers posted a 24-10 overall record and received a National Invitation Tournament (NIT) berth

North Texas Athletic Trainer (2006-09)
• Worked with the Mean Green men's basketball program
• North Texas posted three-straight 20-win seasons from 2007-09 (23-11 in 2006-07, 20-11 in 2007-08; 20-12 in 2008-09)
• In 2006-07, Mean Green won the Sun Belt Conference Tournament crown and received the league's NCAA Tournament automatic bid
• That North Texas squad played Memphis in the 2007 NCAA Tournament first round in New Orleans, La.

Prior to Collegiate Career
• In the fall of 2000, was the seasonal assistant athletic trainer for the NFL's New York Giants
• New York posted a 12-4 regular season record, won the NFC East title and advanced to Super Bowl XXXV in Tampa, Fla.
• Before his stint with the New York Giants, spent two seasons from 1997-99 as the seasonal assistant athletic trainer with the NBA's Portland Trail Blazers
• In 2000, served as athletic trainer and strength and conditioning coach for a minor league affiliate of the MLB's Texas Rangers
• In the summer of 1998, was a training camp assistant with the strength and conditioning coaches for the NFL's Oakland Raiders

Personal
• Knoxville, Tenn., native
• Graduated from Southern Miss in 1997 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Athletic Training
• Certified member of the National Athletic Trainers Association

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