2005: Registered two goals in season opener against UMass (3/02). . . dominated Manhattan scoring a season-high five goals (3/06). . .scored two goals and picked up seven ground balls in game against Hartford (3/12). . . netted a team-high four goals with one assist against Quinnipiac (3/16) . . . scored four goals notching his 100th career goal and grabbed seven ground balls in win over Lafayette (3/20) . . . continued scoring streak notching five goals against Navy (3/23) . . . scored four goals in crushing win over Binghamton (3/26) . . . scored three goals in victory over Vermont (3/30). . .scored five goals in win against Marist (4/3) . . . registered a goal and an assist versus Villanova (4/6) . . . scored a hat trick against Fairfield (4/17) . . . scored four goals in win over Delaware (4/20) . . . scored the game-winning goal in overtime of the America East semifinals to edge out Hartford . . . also added three other goals (5/1) . . . notched a goal in the America East Championship game versus Albany (5/4) . . . scored a goal in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against Cornell (5/11)
Noteworthy: Scored his 100th goal against Lafayette becoming only the second player in Stony Brook's history to reach that milestone . . . Anderson earned his 113th goal versus Vermont making him Stony Brook's all-time leading goal scorer surpassing the old record of 112 held by Courtney Wilson
2004: Appeared in 14 games, starting 13, finishing as nation's leading goal scorer with 50 goals, averaging a nation's best 3.57 per game . . . totaled an incredible 50 goals and five assists for a team-leading 55 points, tying him for the seventh-best single season effort in school history . . . picked up where he left off in 2000 with a team-leading three points against No. 19 UMass . . . finished with two goals and an assist on the afternoon . . . notched the hat trick in loss to Hartford (3/10) . . . recorded second straight hat trick (sixth of his career) against No. 17 Bucknell (3/13) . . . dominated Fairfield when he matched his career high with five goals to lead Seawolves to victory (3/18) . . . netted two goals in loss to No. 20 Navy (3/24) . . . scored four goals and registered his fourth hat trick to lead Stony Brook to win over Lafayette (3/28) . . . notched two goals and an assist in Butler victory (4/1) . . . registered fifth hat trick of the season with four goals at No. 8 Georgetown (4/7) . . . continued scoring surge with his sixth hat trick of the year in matching his career-high with five goals against Rutgers (4/10) . . . totalled four goals and an assist in Albany win (4/21) . . . dominated Quinnipiac by tying a school record with eight goals in a 14-7 win, it was the best single-season performance in the nation thru April 24 . . . scored four goals in win over Manhattan (4/25) . . . scored a hat trick against No. 16 UMBC. In doing so, he set a new mark for goals in a season with 49, breaking the old record of 48 held by John Warrack . . . finished up with a single tally against No. 15 Penn State (5/5)
Noteworthy: Voted team's most valuable player . . . Anderson became the first player to be named to the All-ECAC team at season's end, he was voted first-team on attack . . . Anderson earned ECAC Lacrosse League Player of the Week honors for the second time on April 23 . . . he also moved up to rank No. 1 in the nation in goals scored (50) and goals per game (3.57) in NCAA statistics at end of regular season . . . Anderson earned ECAC Lacrosse League Player of the Week honors on March 20 for his eight-goal week and five-goal explosion against Fairfield. Anderson was the first Stony Brook player to receive the honor since SB joined the ECAC Lacrosse League in 2000 . . . has now scored in 30 straight games
2003: Appeared in 16 games, starting three in what amounted to one of the best seasons a Stony Brook lacrosse player has ever posted . . . Anderson finished with 34 goals and four assists to lead the team in scoring with 38 points . . . his 34-goal season was the eighth-best single-season effort in the program's history . . . after not scoring a single goal in his first season, he came back to tally in all 16 games, including 12 multiple-goal efforts and two game-winners . . . led team in several offensive categories including goals (34), points (38), shots (90), extra-man goals (8), game-winning goals (2) and points per game (2.38) . . .led team in scoring 10 times . . . posted a string of nine consecutive multiple-goal game from March 11-April 16 . . . got it going in the season opener with two goals and an assist against Bucknell (2/26) . . . scored two goals on eight occasions - Hartford (3/11), No. 9 Navy (3/25), Lafayette (3/29), Radford (4/1), Providence (4/5), Quinnipiac (4/22) and Penn State (5/6) . . . notched hat tricks against No. 2 Virginia (3/18), No. 6 Georgetown (4/8), and Ohio State (4/16) . . . his best effort of the year was a five-goal explosion against Manhattan (4/26) . . . notched game-winning goals against Quinnipiac and Ohio State . . .
Noteworthy: Anderson finished fourth overall in the ECAC Lacrosse League in goals per game (2.13) and 13th in points per game (2.38) . . . his 30-plus goal effort marked only the third time in the last 10 seasons that a Stony Brook player has scored 30 or more goals.
2002: Played in 12 games, starting one . . . had 12 shots on goal.
High School: Played at Lawrence High School in Cedarhurst, N.Y. . . .tallied fifty-five goals and twenty-four assists as a senior and was named All-American . . . recorded forty goals and twenty-two assists in junior season . . . Was a four year letter winner.
Paw Prints: Kevin Stuardo Anderson . . . born July 17, 1982 . . . son of Blanca and Jose Anderson . . . favorite food: Taco Bell . . . favorite movie: Sweet November.