Amber Anderson-Wells
Amber Anderson-Wells
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Sacramento, Calif.
Position: port

As a senior (2019): Competed with both the second varsity eight and varsity four during the spring season…rowed with the second varsity eight on eight occasions - four times in the two seat, four times in the four seat…sat at two when the second varsity eight beat both Gonzaga and Miami at the Lake Natoma Invite…competed with the varsity four on three occasions, twice at stroke and once in the two seat.

As a junior (2018):
Primarily competed with the varsity four in her third year with the Hornets…rowed with the varsity four in nine spring races - seven times in the two seat and three times in the three seat…also competed with the second varsity eight three times - twice in the four seat and once in the two seat…sat at two with the varsity four at the American Athletic Conference Championship…also in the two seat for the varsity four’s bronze medal winning performance at the WIRA Championship…an American Athletic Conference All-Academic selection.

As a sophomore (2017):
Competed with the novice eight, second varsity four and third varsity four during the spring…competed primarily in the second varsity four, sitting in the two seat with the boat in four races…that includes sitting at two with the boat’s bronze medal winning performance at the WIRA Championship…sat at bow with the novice eight at the Lake Natoma Invitational.

As a freshman (2016):
Competed with the third varsity eight, fourth varsity eight and novice eight during the spring…sat in the four seat with the third varsity eight at the American Athletic Conference Championship…competed with the fourth varsity eight on four occasions, including twice in both the four and six seats…sat at six with the novice eight at the WIRA Championship.

High School: A 2015 graduate of West Campus High School in Sacramento…played four years of basketball for the Warriors…helped the team to three straight Golden Empire League championships during her final three seasons…the 2014 squad finished as the Sac-Joaquin Section runner-up.

Personal: A sociology major who graduated from Sacramento State in May of 2019.