· Named 2016 WBCA Mr. Basketball, the top high school basketball honor given in the state
· Named 2016 Wisconsin Associated Press' Player of the Year
· Scored 2,360 points during standout high school career, which is the eighth-most points in the history of Wisconsin high school basketball
· Averaged 24.6 points, 4.4 assists, 64 percent shooting (FG), 87.6 percent shooting (FT) as a senior. Also shot 55 percent from 3-point range (66-120).
· Averaged 23 points, 5 assists, 63 percent shooting (FG), 89 percent shooting (FT) as a junior
· Helped lead SPASH to the WIAA Division I State Championship (compiled a 100-6 record at SPASH all-time) in back to back years (2015-2016)
· Finished career as SPASH all-time leading scorer (2,360 points)
· 2x AP First Team All-State (Senior [unanimous], Junior) and AP Second Team All-State (Sophomore)
· 3x WBCA First Team All-State (Senior, Junior and Sophomore)
· 4x Conference Player of the Year (Senior, Junior, Sophomore, Freshman)
· 4x First Team All-Conference (Senior, Junior, Sophomore, Freshman)
· 2x Central Wisconsin Gannett Newspaper Area Player of the Year (Sophomore, Senior)
· 4x Channel 7 All-Star (Senior, Junior, Sophomore, Freshman)
· Team MVP (Senior, Junior, Sophomore, Freshman)
· Received Wisconsin Hall of Fame Male Athlete of the Year award for his senior season
· Finished junior season with 75 consecutive free throws made
· AAU – Six NY2LA Championships; Five MVP awards
· Scored 20 points and added four assists in WIAA State Championship game his senior year. Scored 25 points in WIAA State Championship game his junior year.
Trevor Anderson: The staff offered me the first time they watched me play, which says a lot about how much they believe in me. I thought to myself, why be the 10th recruit at a bigger school when I can be the number one recruit at an in-state school. Coach Darner and Coach Herbst have made Green Bay feel like home to me, when we talk it’s like we’re catching up, and that they weren’t trying to sell me something. It’s the family atmosphere I was looking for.
Darner: Trevor was a major priority from day one. One of the first things I did when I got to campus was go and watch him play. Coach Herbst watched him at the WIAA State Tournament and I went to watch him work out; it didn’t take long for us to realize, we really wanted him to be a part of program. We made a concerted effort to have one our coaches at every one of his AAU games and we did just that, with sometimes having three or four coaches in attendance. He was an individual we could build our program around and he comes from a great basketball family with his dad and grandfather being highly successful coaches.
To come in right away and land a player of his caliber was a huge get for us. We’re excited to have an in-state quality individual like Trevor becoming part of the Green Bay Basketball family. He’ll bring a leadership quality to our program, along with a strong will to win. His success at both the high school and AAU levels speak for themselves.
Scott Anderson (Father and Coach): Our entire family, and especially Trev, are extremely excited and grateful for the wonderful opportunity he has starting next year with the Phoenix. Trev really likes Coach Darner and his staff, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus and the city of Green Bay (where he was born). He has worked extremely hard for this and to see his dream come true at Green Bay is very gratifying as a coach, but even more so as his dad. We are very proud of Trev and are thankful we will be able to follow his college career so closely at Green Bay.