Amberlea Anderson Athlete Profile

#2 Amberlea Anderson

Amberlea Anderson
Positions: Midfielder, Forward Height: 5-4 Roster Years: 2003-2006 Hometown: Orem, UT Last School: Orem High School

Personal

  • Parents: Lorelea and David 
  • Siblings: Anamae, Adam, Austin and Aaron

Before BYU

  • A four-year varsity starter 
  • Two consecutive second-team All-State selections (2001-2002)
  • First-team All-Region in 2001 and 2002
  • Led the league in scoring four years in a row 
  • Holds the school single game scoring record with six goals 
  • Team captain in 2001 and 2002 
  • 2002 Player of the Year 
  • Three-time offensive MVP 
  • Region 7 halfback MVP in 2002 
  • Celtic Storm club team member 1994- 2002
  • 2001 Celtic Pride Award winner
  • Second leading scorer three times
  • Member of the three-time State Cup winning team
  • 1999 Most Improved Player
  • Varsity basketball athlete 2000-2002

Summary

  • Anderson played in a total of 59 games during her four-year career, taking six shots, scoring two, while also assisting for four additional goals
  • Started in 17 games during her career.

Stats

Year Games Played Shots Goals Assists Points
2003 16 6 1 2 4
2004 13 12 0 1 1
2005 15 4 0 1 1
2006 15 14 1 0 2
Career 59 36 2 4 8


2003 | Freshman Year

  • Saw action in 16 games
  • Started in the MWC Championship game 
  • Scored the second goal in the Cougars' 4-0 win over AFA 
  • Recorded an assist in the Cougars' wins over Idaho State and New Mexico

2004 | Sophomore Year

  • Started in 10 games and played in 13 before tearing the ACL in her left knee during practice
  • Attempted 12 shots with seven on goal

2005 | Junior Year

  • Played in 15 games 
  • Assisted Jessica Harmon for a goal in the season-opener against George Mason

2006 | Senior Year

  • Played in 15 games, starting in six 
  • Took 14 shots on the season 
  • Started in games against Idaho State, Georgia, Colorado, Fresno State, Pacific and Utah State 
  • Took four shots against Idaho State and two against Georgia 
  • Shot the ball twice against San Francisco