Jordan Anderson started his high school bowling career at Salina South High School when he was only a freshman. Now a senior, Anderson is looking forward to starting the next chapter in life as a college freshman.
“I plan on attending Fort Hays State University for my undergraduate degree and transferring to Wichita State University to get a degree in Aerospace Engineering,” said Anderson.
As a member of the bowling team for four years, Anderson has seen his game improve and he’s loved the teams and teammates he’s competed with over the years.
“What I love most about the team is how much we get along. I feel like I could walk up to any of my teammates and have a blast at practice. I really enjoyed being someone the incoming freshman could look up to and talk to whenever they needed it,” said Anderson. “My favorite memory from my high school career was placing second at state last year with my team.”
For Anderson, his final season went by fast, but he admits he did have fun.
“This season has gone by rather quickly but has been a lot of fun. It didn’t feel like a normal season due to changing up the dynamics of the meet. It allowed the team to get a little closer to one another and really make some quality friendships,” said Anderson.