By Matt Leon
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Dwayne Anderson had a memorable career as a key piece of some great Villanova teams, including the 2008-09 squad that went to the Final Four.
After playing the last four years overseas, Anderson has decided to join the college coaching ranks and recently was named an assistant at Penn State under head coach Patrick Chambers.
“I’m very excited,” Anderson tells KYW Newsradio. “Glad to be part of the family and just excited to be around in Happy Valley.”
A 6’6″ swingman, Anderson was a captain on that Villanova Final Four team and he scored 573 points during his Wildcat career, and he says the seeds of this opportunity were planted during his time on the Main line.