|High School:||San Ignacio of Loyola|
2009- A redshirt sophomore midfielder who returned to the Bulls after suffering a season ending injury during the 2008 season ... Played in 17-of-21 games for USF and earned 1,015 minutes of playing time ... Anor, who scored six goals and had one assist, proved he hadn't lost his touch after missing most of last season ... Overall, Anor had 40 shots, 22 of which were on goal, and three of which were game winning goals ... Was named to the BIG EAST Conference Honor Roll for the week ending Sept. 20 ... Named Second Team All-BIG EAST Conference ... Anor scored the game winning goal in overtime off a assist from Mohammed in the Bulls game against Valparaiso on Sept. 8 ... Scored his second game winning goal on Sept. 27 off a penalty kick against Pittsburgh ... Helped USF advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament by heading in the game winning goal against Stetson in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
2008 - Earned Medical Redshirt...Started first six games of season...Tore ACL seventh game of season...Finished the year with two goals against Bowling Green( 3-0) and Georgetown (2-1)...Had one assist against FIU...Ended with 16 shots, six of which were on goal
2007 – Played in 20 of 22 matches ... Finished with seven goals and two assists ... Named third team BIG EAST All-Conference ... Team-high five game-winning-goals ... Ended with 46 shots, 19 of which were shots on goal ... Top five in leading season scorers ... Had a hat trick against American University (6-1)... Named a College Soccer News Freshman All-American.
Prep - Long-time member of the Venezuelan National Teams (U-15 - U-20) ... A member of several championship teams in Venezuela, among them was the U-17 Caracas Soccer Club, a team that seized the crown in the 2004-05 season and in 2005, repeated the championship run with the U-18 Federal district team.
Personal - Born May 24, 1988 in Caracas, Venezuela ... Son of Bernardo Anor and Adriana Acosta ... Has two brothers and one sister ... Father was a professional tennis player in Venezuela ... Majoring in business.