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2010 (Senior): Had a great senior year as the only fifth-year on the team ... earned First-Team Pac-10 All-Academic honors ... named the Gohuskies.com Student-Athlete of the Week on Sept. 20 ... named the team's Most Inspirational ... in the Pac-10 rankings for all games, ranked fourth in goals against average (0.98), fifth in save percentage (.778), saves per game (3.5) and shutouts per game (0.25), sixth in shutouts (2) and seventh in saves (28) ... played and started in eight games, logging 731 minutes ... allowed just eight goals and made 28 saves ... had a 5-2-1 record with two shutouts ... earned his first start of the year vs. Cal State Northridge on Sept. 10, earning the shutout in the tie and making four saves ... made a season-high eight saves at No. 15 Portland on Sept 18, picking up the win ... posted his second shutout vs. Gonzaga on Sept. 22 ... also earned wins over Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 12), Seattle (Sept. 24) and on senior night vs. San Diego State (Nov. 7).
2009 (Junior): Did not appear in any matches during the season.
2008 (Sophomore): Shared goalkeeping duties with Rylan Hawkins ... started 11 matches ... named to Pac-10 All-Academic Second-Team for second-consecutive year ... also named an Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar ... recorded one shutout, 30 saves and a 1.55 goals against average ... earned a shutout versus Stanford (Oct. 3) ... grabbed season-high five saves four times, all against Pac-10 foes.
2007 (RS Freshman): Stepped in to take on the starting goalkeeper duties early in the year after Rylan Hawkins went down with a season-ending injury ... played in 18 matches, starting 17 ... named to Pac-10 All-Academic second-team ... received Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award ... tabbed squad's Rookie of the Year ... tallied 55 saves and five shutouts to go along with a 1.15 goals against average ... finished the season ranked among the top-10 Pac-10 goalkeepers in goals against average (sixth), saves (fourth), shutouts (tied for second), save percentage (sixth), saves per game (seventh) and shutouts per game (fourth) ... made collegiate debut in match at New Mexico (Sept. 14), subbing in for an injured Hawkins with 28:40 remaining and helped preserve the 1-0 shutout ... proceeded to shutout No. 3 SMU in the very next game, making four saves as UW went on to upset the Mustangs, 2-0 ... also recorded shutouts versus Portland twice including in the first round of the NCAA Tournament ... posted a shutout versus No. 24 UCLA (Oct. 28), and two double overtime shutouts at Stanford (Oct. 7) and versus Furman (Sept. 23) ... grabbed a career-high seven saves versus UCLA (Oct. 21).
2006 (Freshman): Used redshirt season.
2006 graduate of Iolani High School in Honolulu, Hawai'i ... four-year letterwinner and one-year team captain in soccer ... as a senior, was a second-team all-state and second-team all-ILH (Interscholastic League of Hawaii) selection while leading his squad to state runner-up honors ... as a sophomore, helped team to ILH championship and runner-up acclaim at state tournament ... Region IV ODP pool player in 2004 ... men's league Div. I second-team selection (2005).
Stephen Chen Long Fung ... parents Jay and Kathleen ... mother is a homemaker and father is retired ... has three brothers Jason, Kevin and Brian ... brother Jason is a current member of the USAFA water polo team ... majoring in business.
STEPHEN FUNG'S CAREER STATISTICS