University of Miami Athletics

Jonathan Anderson


Assistant Coach / Recruiting Coordinator



Jonathan Anderson - Baseball - University of Miami Athletics

Jonathan Anderson was elevated to assistant coach and recruiting coordinator prior to the 2024 season. 

Anderson joined the Hurricanes before the 2020 campaign, serving as the director of player development. 

In his prior role, he helped with a variety of duties including coordinating video, baseball analytics and recruiting. 

The Miami native returned home after 10 seasons as an assistant coach at Dartmouth, including the final seven as the lead assistant for the Big Green. Over his decade at Dartmouth, Anderson served as the third-base coach, worked with the outfielders and oversaw the hitters and recruiting.

Dartmouth enjoyed terrific success with Anderson on staff, winning Rolfe Division titles in each of his first six seasons, including an Ivy Championship in 2010 that brought about a berth in an NCAA Regional. The Big Green went on to win a game in the Coral Gables Regional, defeating FIU, 15-9 — the first Dartmouth victory at a regional in 23 years.

Prior to his time at Dartmouth, Anderson spent the 2008-09 campaigns coaching at his alma mater, Duke University, where he worked with the outfielders, oversaw bunting and also helped out with the hitters and baserunners. He was the director of the Duke Baseball Academy camps, managed the recruiting database and assisted with academic development, compliance and travel.

During the summer of 2007, Anderson got his first coaching experience with the New Bern River Rats in the collegiate Coastal Plain League, working with the outfielders and coaching first base.

Following a standout career at Gulliver Prep, Anderson was a two-way player as an outfielder and pitcher. He led the Blue Devils with a .313 average at the plate and 11 starts on the mound as a junior. He improved to a .337 average in his senior campaign, while posting a 2.91 ERA over 52.2 innings with three saves. 

Anderson and his wife, Diane, reside in Miami Lakes.