- Brent Anderson first joined the BYU women’s soccer coaching staff in 2017 as an assistant coach. In the summer of 2023, he was named Associate Head Coach
- Along with Rockwood, Anderson coached the Cougars to four NCAA tournament appearances, including their first-ever NCAA National Championship appearance in 2021. The Cougars have earned five top-25 finishes since Anderson came to BYU.
- Since joining Rockwood’s staff in 2017, Anderson has coached six All-Americans and three Academic All-Americans. He has also coached four MAC Hermann Trophy candidates, two semifinalists and one finalist.
- As a key contributor to the Cougars coaching staff, Anderson earned the honors of 2019 United Soccer Coaches Regional Staff of the Year and 2021 NCAA DI United Soccer Coaches Women's Staff of the Year.
- Anderson was an assistant coach at Utah State for seven years
- Head coach at UVU for 11 years
- As Utah Valley’s head coach for women’s soccer, Anderson compiled a 110-100-14 record and led his team to the program’s first NCAA tournament appearance in 2015. He guided Utah Valley to a then-record 13 wins in 2014. Prior to that, Anderson was named Great Western Conference Coach of the Year in all four years that league existed.
- Owned and operated Cadence Soccer which is a soccer specialty store
- Owned and operated Ultimate Sports Arena, an indoor soccer and climbing gym
- Currently owns and operates Bullnose Products, which carries specialty fishing items, with his wife, Kathy
- Anderson played goalkeeper for the men’s club soccer team at Utah State
- Anderson graduated from Utah State with a Liberal Arts BA
- Earned his MCAA from Concordia University in Coaching and Athletic Administration
- Him and his wife Kathy have four kids - Tennessee, Easton, Kaiya and Ever
- Loves to skateboard and snowboard; collects OG and reissued skateboards from the 80’s