Caleb Anderson
Caleb Anderson
Height: 5-10
Weight: 140
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Cranford, N.J.
High School: Academy for Allied Health Sciences
Major: Political Science/Biology
Minor: Quaker Studies

2017

  • participated in all six events for the Quakers
  • best five-kilometer time September 16 at the Adidas XC Challenge where he finished 59th in 18 minutes, 36.7 seconds, a career-low
  • best eight-kilometer time was November 11 at the NCAA Division III South/ Southeast Regional Championships where he ran a  career-low time of 27:39.7

2016

  • participated in five of six events for the Quakers 
  • best five-kilometer time coming September 16 at the Adidas XC Challenge where he finished in 19:35.2
  • best eight-kilometer time was on November 12 at the NCAA Division III South/Southeast Championship where he finished in 29:35.72

2015

  • participated in four of six events for the Quakers
  • best five-kilometer finish came on September 11th at the Coastal Carolina Invitational where he finished in 19:44.60, coming in 68th overall
  • best eight-kilometer time was 31:31.6, where he placed 96th at the Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) Championships

2014

  • participated in six Quaker events
  • best eight-kilometer time came at the NCAA DIII South/Southeast Regional where he finished in 32 minutes, 18.54 seconds
  • his best finish was at the Royals Twilight where he placed 42nd in 19:30.5

Personal

  • student representative to Guilford's Clerk's Committee
  • served as the chief student marshal at Guilford's 2017 Commencement
  • worked with Guilford's community senate
  • participates in Guilford's Quaker Leadership Scholar Program
  • represents Guilford on the College Commission of the Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department 
  • six-time member of Guilford's Student-Athlete Honor Roll
  • dean's list student
  • three-time member of the Academic All-ODAC Team
  • lettered three years for coach Peter Cain at the Academy for Allied Health Science
  • competed as a sprinter and hurdler
  • also played football in high school
  • served as the student government chairman for two years
  • also served as a Health Occupations Students of America officer for three years
  • son of Jamie and George Anderson