Anderson, a native of Greene, Maine, joined PC in June of 2016 after a year-long stint as the Director of Women’s Basketball Operations at the University of New Hampshire.
A four-year letter-winner at the University of Maine, Anderson graduated in May 2015 with a degree in Elementary Education. She logged 114 games during her collegiate career, leading the Black Bears to a WNIT berth in 2015 with a 23-9 overall record and 14-2 in America East play as the lone senior. Starting in 60 games as a Black Bear, she was a career 76.2 percent free throw shooter and shot 30.0 percent from beyond the arc. In her sophomore season, the guard played in 27 games and started in 23, averaging a career-high 7.1 points on the year.
In 2015, Anderson was one of 58 chosen to participate in "So You Want To Be A Coach" program, sponsored by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association, a workshop held in conjunction with the Final Four that was located in Tampa, Fla.
Anderson was a four-time honoree on the America East Commissioner's Honor Roll. Tabbed as a Maine Scholar-Athlete rising star in her freshman year, she also earned bronze and silver medals as a Maine Scholar Athlete her sophomore and junior years. Anderson was one of 13 new members to be inducted into the All-Maine Women’s Honor Society, which identifies outstanding women of the rising senior class who exhibit leadership, scholarship and service to the University and campus community.