CouGreat Anderson’s Olympic dream continues

WITH THE RAIN pouring down in Eugene on Friday, CouGreat Jeshua Anderson advanced to the final round of the 400 meter hurdles at the US Olympic Trials, finished third in his heat. Anderson pulled it off with a strong 49.84 second performance, beating his mark from the first round by 0.25.
July 8, 2016

WSU's Henry Rono is Pac-12 man of century

LEGENDARY Washington State distance runner Henry Rono was named the Pac-12's greatest men's track and field athlete of the century, the Pac-12 Network announced Monday as part of the conference's 100th anniversary celebration. Six other Cougars -- Jeshua Anderson, Bernard Lagat, Julius Korir, Joseph Taiwo, Gerry Lindgren and John Van Reenan -- joined Rono on the conference's all-century team.
May 30, 2016

A dream worth chasing for Jeshua Anderson

IN YOUR TWENTIES, you’re supposed to chase your dreams. And for Jeshua Anderson, the biggest quest of his life is coming in a little more than a month when the former Washington State All-American and NCAA track champion looks to clear another hurdle in his redemption tour by winning a spot on the U.S. Olympic team.
May 26, 2016

Jeshua Anderson aims for NCAA history

JESHUA ANDERSON speaks slowly. Purposely. Almost painfully. When he makes his way about the Washington State campus, he walks in the same manner. Until, that is, he reaches Mooberry Track. Then Anderson transforms himself into one of the most dynamic athletes in Pacific Northwest history.
June 2, 2011

Practice report: Wideout depth getting shaky

PULLMAN -- With receivers dropping like flies these days, this weekend's Cougar starters -- Daniel Blackledge, Jared Karstetter and Jeffrey Solomon -- might be half tempted to peak over their shoulders to see who, or what, may be coming down. The once-bountiful, though largely inexperienced, corps of Cougar wideouts will be without Gino Simone and Jeshua Anderson when SMU comes to town Saturday.
September 16, 2009

Jeshua Anderson switching cleats for spikes

JESHUA ANDERSON has decided to forego his college football career in order to fully concentrate on track, a WSU spokesman said today.
September 16, 2009