Casey Bunn

Casey Bunn

Player Profile

RS Junior

Stayton, Ore.

High School:




Medical Redshirt (2003-04):
Casey Bunn saw action in five games before missing the remainder of the season while resting a sprained foot...successfully obtained a medical redshirt...will play the 2004-05 season as a sophomore...led the Beavers with 15 points on 6-of-12 shooting and pulled down nine rebounds against Arkansas (11/28) but was forced to miss 27 of the final 28 games with the foot injury.

Freshman (2002-03): Casey saw action in all 30 games, making seven appearances in the starting lineup...earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Freshman honors...finished third on the team in rebounding with 119 boards (4.0 rpg.)...ranked fourth on the team in scoring with 198 points (6.6 ppg.)...tallied three double-doubles...boasted the best shooting percentage on the team for a guard and third-highest overall, with a .485 (79-for-163) clip from the field...knocked down 3-of-5 shots for seven points and pulled down seven rebounds at Portland (11/26)...buried 4-of-4 field goals for nine points and tallied a career-high three steals against Portland State (12/7)...led the team with 13 points and grabbed five rebounds at Arizona State (1/2)...knocked down 7-of-11 field goals for a career-high 20 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead OSU past Oregon (1/18)...had five points and six rebounds, including three key offensive boards at Washington State (1/23)...recorded first career double-double with 14 points on 6-of-8 shooting and pulled down 10 rebounds against No. 24 Arizona (1/30)...tallied her second straight double-double with 14 points and a career-high 11 rebounds against Arizona State (2/1)...made her first career start at California (2/6), scoring 11 points...finished with seven points and seven rebounds at Oregon (2/15)...buried 4-of-4 field goals for nine points against No. 23 Washington (2/20)...recorded a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds, including eight offensive boards at UCLA (2/27)...had 10 points against UNLV (3/21) in the WNIT.

STAYTON, Stayton, OR:
Casey won 12 letters while competing in four different sports at Stayton High School...was a four-year basketball letterwinner for coach Clyde Skipper...named a four-time All-State selection, including first team honors as a sophomore and junior...a four-time All-Region pick...named 2001 Regional Player of the Year...a four-time first team All-Capital Conference selection...named Capital Conference Player of the Year three seasons...served as team captain for three seasons...three-time team Most Valuable won Capital Conference her freshman and junior seasons...played in the Oregon 3A All-Star game on the East Team...holds the Stayton High School career records for points (1831), rebounds (783), assists (342) and steals (306)...earned four letters as an outside hitter/middle blocker for the volleyball team...a two-time first team All-Capital Conference selection...volleyball team finished fourth at the 2001 State Tournament...earned second team All-State honors as a senior...awarded three letters for playing softball and one for track...a two-time all-league pick for softball...named 2001 Capital Conference Player of the Year as the softball team went undefeated.

Born in Idaho...daughter of Greg and Denise Bunn...father is a wood products supervisor...mother is a medical electronic transmission specialist...has three older brothers, Riley, Cody and Tyler...father was a four-year basketball letterwinner at Boise State...intends on majoring in Exercise Science...want to be a coach...graduated from high school with a 3.3 GPA...three-year honor roll member...served three years as a Link Crew Leader (peer mentoring)...was a peer tutor and member of the student government and student council...outside interests include, camping, wakeboarding, water skiing, riding 4-wheelers and riding horses...lists Michael Jordan as her favorite athlete...biggest athletic thrill to date was playing at Gill Coliseum as a freshman for the 3A State Basketball Tournament...picked OSU because of, "the coaching staff, the team, and the atmosphere."

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