Kim Anderson played collegiately at the University of Missouri from 1973-1977, where in 1976, he was a part of Norm Stewart’s first Big 8 Conference championship team. He led the league in scoring and was named Big 8 Player of the Year in 1977. Anderson scored 1,289 points in his career to rank among Missouri’s top-20 all-time scorers. Kim spent many years as an assistant coach at Mizzou, but his longest head coaching tenure has been at the University of Central Missouri. There, he has won more games than any other coach in school history with a 222-82 (.730) career record. He has guided the Mules to two Final Fours, four MIAA regular season championships and three MIAA Tournament Titles. Anderson’s .730 overall winning percentage ranks fifth among all active NCAA-II coaches.
Anderson was hired to become the Missouri Tigers head basketball coach in April, 2014.