- IUB Athletics Hall of Fame (2019)
A member of two Big Ten Championship teams and the 1992 Final Four squad, Eric Anderson was one of the most prolific frontcourt players in IU basketball history. He is one of only four players in program history to score more than 1,700 points and pull down at least 800 rebounds, joining Alan Henderson, Kent Benson and Don Schlundt in accomplishing the feat. Anderson currently ranks 11th in program history in scoring (1,715 points), eighth in rebounds (825) and eighth in blocked shots (136), and IU went 101-31 (.765) during his four seasons with the program. He earned 1989 Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors, was a first-team All-Big Ten choice in 1991, and was named the Most Outstanding Player of the West Regional during IU's 1992 Final Four run. After his IU career, he spent two seasons in the NBA the New York Knicks from 1992-94. Eric passed away last December at the age of 48.