WFXR Sports Sitdown : Former Virginia Tech Hokies Women’s Basketball player and assistant coach Britney Anderson talks sports with Jermaine Ferrell

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Britney Anderson joined Stanford in June and is set for her first season as an assistant coach for the Cardinal.

A 2007 graduate of Virginia Tech, Anderson has spent time coaching in both the high school and AAU ranks, as well as collegiately at Radford and her alma mater in Blacksburg, Va.

Playing for the Hokies from 2003-07, Anderson guided Virginia Tech to four straight postseason appearances, including three trips to the NCAA Tournament and one to the WNIT. She shot 44.6 percent from the floor for her career and averaged 10.2 points per game as a senior. Upon graduating with a bachelor’s degree in apparel design and merchandise management, Anderson served as the corporate recruiter for M.C. Dean, Inc. in Dulles, Va., from 2008-13. During that time frame, Anderson also coached girls’ basketball at Potomac Falls High School in Potomac Falls, Va., and in the AAU ranks.

She joined the college ranks in 2013, serving as an assistant at Radford and aiding in the resurgence of its program, including a trip to the WNIT in 2015. Since the return to her alma mater, Anderson helped Virginia Tech to four straight postseason appearances, highlighted by a run to the WNIT Championship game in 2018.

Anderson won a state title in as a player on the girls basketball team for the Blacksburg Bruins.

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