|Previous College:||RMIT University|
UC SANTA BARBARA
2009: Started 23 of the Gauchos' 29 games in goal...Posted 184 saves and averaged 9.7 saves per game, leading all Mountain Pacific Sports Federation goalkeepers...Averaged 10.0 goals against...Posted a season-high 14 saves in an 11-10 sudden victory loss to Long Beach State (Oct. 24)...Had double-digit saves in seven contests...Tallied 13 saves against UC San Diego (Oct. 16) and Cal (Nov. 7)...Posted 12 blocks in an 11-10 overtime victory over Pepperdine at the Northern California Invitational (Sept. 20). 2008: Played in and started 13 out of the Gauchos' 27 games during his sophomore campaign...Had a season-best 20 saves vs. UC San Diego (Oct. 24)...Earned MPSF Co-Player of the Week honors on Nov. 11 after tallying 10 saves - including a blocked penalty shot - in UCSB's 5-4 upset over No. 2 Stanford (Nov. 9)...Collected 16 saves in the final game of the MPSF Tournament against UC Irvine (Nov. 30)...Tallied a total of 141 saves during the season for a 10.4 saves per game average...Allowed 131 goals and had a 9.7 goals against average...Tallied two assists and eight steals. 2007: Played 15 quarters as a freshman, starting three games...Had a season-best six saves on four occassions, including six blocks against Long Beach State (Sept. 16)...Collected a total of 33 saves during the season for an 8.8 saves per game average...Allowed 27 goals and had a 7.2 goals against average...Tallied two assists...Scored a goal from the field in the Gauchos' 23-5 victory over Chapman (Sept. 9).
Completed one year at RMIT University in Melbourne.
Attended Melbourne Grammar School where he played under head coach Travis Bloom...He captained the water polo team in both 2004 and 2005...Helped his team to a state championship in 2005...Earned Most Valuable Player honors three consecutive seasons, 2003-05...Also served as captain for his rowing team.
In 2007, he was named the MVP for the Victorian State Team at the Under 20's National Championships and was also selected to represent Australia at the Under 20's World Championships in Long Beach, Calif...Played in the Pre-World Championship Tournament in March of 2007...Competed in the National League with the Victorian Tigers, helping them to a third place in 2006 and a fifth-place league finish in 2007...In 2004, he was selected to play with the 17 and under Australian Water Polo team and played in several games across Europe.
Fraser Bunn was born on March 13, 1987 in Melbourne, Australia...Parents are Peter and Meredith...Has two older siblings, Hamish and Olivia...Majoring in business economics with a minor in exercise science at UCSB and has an interest in pursuing a career in international business...In addition to water polo, he is an accomplished rugby player and is competitive in rowing...His hobbies include going to the beach, surfing, fishing, watching movies and coaching water polo and rowing..."300" is his favorite movie while "Ice Station" by Matt Reilly is his favorite book...Chose UCSB for the opportunity to experience American college life, earn a great education and play college water polo...Names his brother Hamish as his personal hero.