Anderson transferred to Wagner in January of 2012 after spending the 2011 summer session at Michigan State. He will have four years of eligibility remaining beginning on November 14 when the Seahawks travel to Delaware State.
“It’s obviously great news for us,” said Mason. “With Dwaun available it means we can begin establishing our identity as team as soon as practice begins.”
“He’s a really high level athlete,” Mason continued. “Dwaun is capable of doing the kind of things you see in NBA films, and now we won’t have to deal with two different teams this season, one with him and one without him.”
Anderson, an athletic wing from northern Michigan, originally committed to Michigan State and enrolled with the intention of going there, but tragically, he lost his mother around that same time and left school. He resurfaced at Wagner and it’s good to see that the NCAA did the right thing and granted him his full eligibility.