2009 [JUNIOR]: Led OU with 26 appearances, tied with Ryan Duke ... Ranked fifth on team with 50.2 innings pitched but third with 60 strikeouts ... Finished 2-1 with a 3.86 ERA in 13 appearances in Big 12 play ... Struck out 34 batters in 28 innings pitched in conference action ... Recorded his three wins in the final seven outings ... Held opponents hitless in eight appearances ... Limited the opposition to a .240 batting average ... Did not allow a run in 13 of his 29 outings ... Turned in his longest relief outing in NCAA Tournament against Wichita State ... Tossed 5 1/3 scoreless innings of one-hit ball with six strikeouts ... Also lasted three innings or more in four other relief outings, including an eight strikeout performance (career high) across five innings on May 9 against Oklahoma State ... His three wins all came in outings of four innings or more (Wichita State, Oklahoma State and Baylor - 4.1).
2008 [SOPHOMORE]: Came out of the bullpen against UCLA in the season opener ... Made first career start against Houston and lasted four innings with four strikeouts ... Tossed season-high seven innings in start against Western Illinois (March 7) ... Struck out season-best six to record win against South Florida (March 18) ... Started four out of first five appearances ... Made 18 relief appearances until starting against Vanderbilt in NCAA Tournament on June 1 ... Did not allow a run in 11 of his last 19 relief outings, including a four-game stretch without a run (April 6 -15) ... Earned third win of the season against TCU on April 15 ... Pitched perfectly in the final 3 1/3 innings with three strikeouts ... Recorded fourth win of the season and first in Big 12 play with one hit and zero runs allowed in final four innings against Texas Tech on April 27 (struck out five) ... Recorded first save in series finale against No. 9 Oklahoma State on May 18 with two hits allowed and three strikeouts over final four innings ... Earned fifth win against Missouri in Big 12 Championship with 4 1/3 innings of scoreless relief and one hit allowed ... Recorded second save against Vanderbilt on May 30 in NCAA Tournament ... Allowed two runs over his last six relief appearances with 16 strikeouts across 16.2 innings of work.
Summer 2007: Played in the Texas Collegiate League for the Wichita Falls Roughnecks ... Recorded 44 strikeouts in 36 innings pitched ... Posted league's third best ERA (1.24).
Junior College: Lettered one year under Scott Harp at North Central Junior College ... Struck out 115 batters in 85 innings pitched ... Recorded a 2.00 earned run average and was elected to the NJCAA All-Star Team.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Wichita Falls Rider High School under Kerry Hargrove ... Struck out 155 batters, a 2006 Class 4A best, in 65 innings pitched ... Posted a 12-1 record as a senior with three no-hitters and a 0.50 ERA en route to district MVP honors ... Named All-State as a pitcher and shortstop as a senior and was named the district's utility player of the year as a junior ... Team was a regional finalist in 2006 and state finalist in 2005 ... Finished career with a school-record 291 strikeouts in 206 IP.
Personal: Full name is Robert Chase Anderson ... Born in Wichita Falls, Texas ... Son of Robert and Lisa Anderson and Michel and Kevin Hyde ... Has one sister, Abby (13) ... Human relations major.
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