Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Jeshua Anderson featured in Trackshark profile of sprinters to watch...

Washington State sophomore Jeshua Anderson (center/photo by Paul Merca) is one of twelve sprinter/hurdler types to watch in 2009, according to an article posted on media partner Trackshark.com.

Scott Bush writes about the Olympic Trials semi-finalist, who also was the 2008 world junior champ and NCAA champ at the 400m hurdles, "It's rare for a freshman to win a NCAA Outdoor title. It's even more rare for it to happen on the men's side. Last spring Washington State's Anderson took home the men's 400m hurdle title, winning the event in 48.69, showing that he'll be a force in the NCAA for the next three years."

During the recently completed football season, Anderson was the Cougars' second leading receiver, with 33 receptions for 305 yards and two touchdowns, despite an injury that slowed him down early in the season.

To read the full story on Trackshark's sprinters and hurdlers to watch this season, please click here...

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