In seven tournaments this season, Josh Anderson has had five top-10 finishes and six top-20 results.
Josh Anderson is tied for third place in the individual standings, two shots behind the leaders.
The Waves are coming off a second-place showing at this week's Folino Invitational, where sophomore Parker Page was the co-medalist.
Next season, the Waves will have multiple players from Kentucky and Arizona with the arrival of Hager Collins and Cody McManus.
Photos by Jeff Golden at the Pepperdine-hosted event at North Ranch Country Club.
Photos by Max Waugh of the Waves at the season-opening Husky Invitational.
PEPPERDINE 2011-12: Played in two events as an individual as a freshman ... In four rounds, had a stroke average of 80.75 ... Tied for 31st place at the Husky Invitational with a 79 (the tournament was shortened to one round due to rain) ... Best round was a 77 at the North Ranch Intercollegiate.
JUNIOR/AMATEUR GOLF: Best performances at AJGA events was a fourth-place result at the 2010 Under Armour/Vicki Hurst Championship and an eighth-place finish at the 2009 PING Championship ... Has won tournaments on both the Future Collegians World Tour and the Desert Jr. Tour.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Scottsdale (Ariz.) Christian Academy in 2011 ... Helped team to four straight 2A state team championships ... Was the prep regional champion as a freshman and sophomore ... Finished third at the state championship as a sophomore and fifth as a junior ... Named the team's player of the year all four seasons.
PERSONAL: Born in Anaheim, Calif. ... Son of Neil and Dianne Evans ... His father played baseball and basketball at Cal State Fullerton ... Has one brother, David ... Majoring in economics ... Chose Pepperdine because "it was has an amazing golf program, and even more amazing campus."
FAVORITES: Enjoys video games and ultimate frisbee ... Favorites include Fred Couples (pro golfer), Sycamore Hills (golf course), the Harry Potter series (movies), Spongebob Squarepants (TV show), A Day to Remember (musical artist), steak (food) and basketball (sport other than golf) ... Favorite things about golf are "its competitiveness and the humbling experiences. Golf never lets you get overconfident without paying for it."