Pepperdine has produced a total of 34 major league players.
Student-athletes were recognized for achieving a 3.0 grade-point average or better.
Pepperdine's all-time draft total now stands at 154 selections.
The victory matched the most lopsided win Pepperdine has posted this year.
Pepperdine sits in fourth place at the moment and is just two games out of first.
2016 WCC Baseball Tournament
2016 Baseball Senior Day
Baseball vs. Portland
Baseball vs. San Francisco
Baseball vs. Texas A&M
2016 MLB DRAFT: Drafted in the 40th round by the Los Angeles Angels … Signed
SENIOR/2016: Started all 50 games he appeared in as a senior in 2016 … Batted .279 as the Waves’ cleanup hitter, leading the team with 39 RBI and finishing second on the squad with 10 home runs … 10 homers were tied for fourth in the WCC … Also led the team with 35 runs scored … Hit 10 doubles and two triples … His 56 total hits were tied for third on the team … Slugged .498 and had a .339 on-base percentage … Committed just two errors as the Waves’ starting first-baseman … Matched a career high with three hits against San Diego (3/24) and drove in a career-high five runs in the game … Also had a three-hit game against UCLA (4/19) … Had 15 multi-hit games.
JUNIOR/2015: Appeared in all 61 games for the Waves, making 61 starts ... Named Most Outstanding Player of the WCC Tournament, leading the Waves to a WCC title and NCAA postseason berth ... Hit .278, with 63 total hits on the season ... Posted 10 home runs, good for second on the team ... Also second on the team with 41 RBI ... Hit eight doubles ... Scored 32 runs and drew 30 walks ... Slugged .445 on the season ... Posted a .989 fielding percentage at first base ... Matched a career-high with four RBI against Hawaii (3/1) ... Named to the WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll (Bronze Award) and named a Pepperdine Scholar Athlete.
SOPHOMORE/2014: Started all 61 games for the Waves as a sophomore, one of four players to do so ... Named to the WCC All-Tournament team ... Was fifth on the team with a .282 batting average ... 33 RBI were tied for third on the team, five homers were second and 13 doubles were third ... Committed just six errors for a .990 fielding percentage as the Waves' starting first baseman ... Posted a career-high three hits six times ... Had a career-best four RBI against USC (3/8/14) ... Posted a seven game hitting streak ... Named WCC Player of the Week (3/10) ... Named to the WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll (Bronze Award) and named a Pepperdine Scholar Athlete.
2013 SUMMER LEAGUE: Competed for the North Adams SteepleCats in the New England Collegiate Baseball League ... Batted .193 with five doubles, three home runs and a team-high 20 RBI.
FRESHMAN/2013: Made 33 plate appearances as a freshman ... Earned nine starting assignments in 17 games ... Hit. .273 (9-33) with three doubles and three RBI ... Twice collected a career-high two hits - with a 2-for-4 day at No. 10 Oklahoma (3/1) and a 2-for-3 effort at No. 21 Cal Poly (3/26) ... Collected three hits overall against the Sooners.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Esperanza High School in 2012 ... Played three years for head coach Mike Curran ... Hit .444 during senior season capturing MVP of the Century League, first team All-League and first team All-County ... Won back to back League Championships in 2010-11 and 2011-12.
CLUB: Played on the Anderson Arsenal from 2009-10 and Elite Baseball from 2010-2012.
PERSONAL: Given name is Bradley Joseph Anderson ... Majoring in Business Administration ... Son of Bob and Melissa Anderson ... Brother of Nicole ... Chose Pepperdine because of the baseball and academic programs.
FAVORITES: Albert Pujols (pro baseball player); Los Angeles Angels (pro baseball team); Eragon (book); The Dark Knight (movie); Criminal Minds (TV show); Linkin Park (musical artist); Pizza (food); Basketball (sport other than baseball) ... Witness the Anaheim Ducks win their latest Stanley Cup.