9 Reed Cotterill
9 Reed Cotterill
Height: 6-4
Weight: 225
Year: Junior
Hometown: Sydney, Australia
High School: Newington College
Position: Utility

UC SANTA BARBARA
2015
Played in 28 games and scored 25 goals with seven assists…Totaled 83 shot attempts with a .301 shooting percentage…Only Gaucho to surpass the 20-milestone in both steals and drawn ejections with 20 and 21, respectively…Recorded 10 field blocks…Led the Gauchos with a hat trick in the team’s 13-4 over San Jose State.

GOLDEN WEST COLLEGE
Most recently competed at Golden West College under coach Scott Taylor…He became the Rustlers’ second-highest goal scorer and all-time assists leader…Was named First Team All-American…Led his team to a state championship and scored two goals in the 5-2 championship win…During his time there, the Rustlers had a 28-1 record. 

HIGH SCHOOL
Played for four years under coach Ian Trent at Newington College…He finished his career as s two-time national champion and a two-time state team player, with one season as a captain…He became the youngest Australian Schoolboy Captain ever at the age 16…He was named captain another time and was named MVP after being the highest goal scorer… Ended his career at Newington College as the school’s all-time leading scorer…Led his team to a third place finish at the Pan Pacific Games…Was a two-time GPS/CAS Champion…He was named the GPS League MVP three times…As a senior, the utility served as team captain and averaged 8.5 goals per game…One of his best performances was scoring 15 goals against Barker College…Outside of water polo, he was captain of the swimming team during his senior year and also competed for the varsity volleyball team.

PERSONAL
Reed Paul Cotterill was born on Jan. 1, 1994 in Sydney, Australia to parents Lucy and Lindsay…Has a brother named William Angelo Cotterill…Favorite sports team is the Clovelly Blowflies…Lists Kurt Dillon, Thomas Grunburger, and Nathan Power as his favorite athletes…Loves any movie with Nicholas Cage…Favorite singer is Britney Spears…Majoring in economics.