|Ryan Anderson's Career Batting Statistics
|Ryan Anderson's Career Pitching Statistics
In the future whenever great Brossart Mustang baseball
players of the past are being discussed, Ryan Anderson's name
is sure to be right near the top of the list.
Anderson, who grew up around the game spending summer
vacations traveling from minor league park to minor league
park watching the grand old game, was groomed to be a
baseball player from the time he was a youngster.
He joined the ranks of the varsity Mustangs as a freshmen
and saw action from the start.
One of his first games as a Brossart Mustang was played at
Applebee's Park as part of the then "Spring Break All "A"
Classic." During his freshmen season he served as a pitcher,
1st Baseman, and first string catcher when not hurling or
He showed steady improvement as a hitter, going from .200 as
a freshmen, to .330 as a sophomore, .354 as a Junior, and .383
this past season when he led the club in home runs with 9.
For his efforts this past season, he was named to the NKCA
All-Stars as both a First Baseman AND Pitcher, all-NKAC
Conference, and PITCHER OF THE YEAR by the Kentucky Post.
It was on the mound where Anderson earned his
reputation as a blue-chipper. In the starting
rotation all four years, Anderson amassed a 20-13
record while getting the ball against all of our top
He will always be remembered for pitching 6 1/3rd
perfect innings against the highly favored
Beechwood Tigers in the 9th/10th Region All "A"
State Sectionals during his senior season earning his
Mustangs a berth in the 2005 All "A" State
Tournament at Applebee's Park where he came
within one strike of defeating the eventual State
Champion Owensboro Catholic Aces.
Anderson's most impressive statistics might be his
walk to strikeout ratio issuing 59 base on balls in his
career while whiffing 188, an average of just over
one strikeout per inning. During his senior season
that exploded to 8-1 stikeouts over walks, striking
out 64 while walking 8. He pitched 58 and 2/3rds
innings this past season allowing only 13 earned runs
for an ERA of 1.55. Only Justin Seiter's school
record mark of 1.05 in 2000 is better.
Anderson was honored by being selected to play in
both the Northern Kentucky Senior All-Star game
where he sat down the West All-Stars in order,
including a strikeout, and to the Kentucky State
Senior All-Stars where he played a ten-inning
game doubleheader at U of L Field in Louisville.
He was also named the MVP of the 10th Region All "A"
Classic where he led the Mustangs to the 10th Region "A"
Title for the second consecutive time.
This summer and last Anderson has played select traveling
league baseball for former major leaguer Walt Terrell and the
Ryan Anderson will play his college baseball at Vincennes
University in Vincennes, Indiana.
|Photos Courtesy Of
Mr. Tim Cooper
"Pitcher Of The Year"
NKBCA All-Star Team
Pitch And 1st Base
Junior and Senior All-Star Team
Senior All-Star Team
Freshmen Season - 2002
Mustangs - Newcomer Of The Year
Sophomore Season - 2003
38th District Tournament - All Tournament Team
Mustangs - "Best Pitcher"
Junior Season - 2004
1st Team - NKBCA- Division II - Pitcher
1st Team - Northern Kentucky Junior All-Stars
Mustangs - "Best Pitcher"
Senior Season - 2005
10th Region - All "A" Tournament - MVP
1st Team - NKBCA-Division II - Pitcher
1st Team - NKBCA-Division II - 1st Baseman
1st Team - Northern Kentucky Senior All-Stars
1st Team - Kentucky Senior All-Stars
Kentucky Post - Northern Kentucky Pitcher of the Year
Mustangs - Most Valuable Player
| Did You Know That Ryan served as
our team's catcher and caught in the
All "A" Classic Tournament at
Applebee's Park during his freshmen