Keith's Bio at UCSB :
Appeared in 65 games over 24 matches…Recorded 30 kills in 55 attempts for a .291 hitting percentage…Matched his career-high 10 kills twice during the season…Posted a new career-high five blocks in a 3-1 win over UC San Diego.
Competed in 45 games over 17 matches for the Gauchos...Had 26 kills in 48 attempts for a .58 kills per game average...Notched personal best 10 kills vs. Pacific...Recorded 30 digs for a .67 digs per game average.
Played under Tom Jack at Los Gatos High School...Set school records for most kills in a season and a match...Was a three time junior olympic all-american...Was Central Coast Conference MVP in 1998, a first team all Central Coast Conference selection in 1996, 1997, and 1998...Named one of Volleyball Magazine’s fab 50.
Born May 27, 1980...Roots for the San Francisco Forty-Niners...Co-Chair of the Student Athlete Advisory Board...Favorite novel is Into Thin Air...Enjoys watching Top Gun and Gladiator...Favorite athletes include Jennifer Kraft and Brandi Mount...Also recruited by Princeton, USC, and Arizona...Son of Vince and Jennifer Busam.
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Picture above from "Santa Barbara News-Press", February 6, 2000, Page C6
Santa Barbara News Press, 8-Jan-02:
MALIBU -- Andy Rivera posted a team-high 15 kills and Ben Koski added 14 to lead the UCSB men's volleyball team to a come-from-behind victory over Pepperdine on Monday in the final day of the Millie Severson Tournament.
After a slow start, UCSB hit .389 in game four to topple the Waves 25-30, 30-28, 30-27, 30-26. Pepperdine was ranked No. 8 in Vollyeball Monthly's preseason poll.
"We had a lot of hitting errors in the first game, then I subbed in Keith Busam in game two and he caught fire," said UCSB coach Ken Preston. "We came back, played well and it was nice to come back by using our bench, but it's very early still in the season."
Busam finished with 11 kills while Anders Bengtsson hit .500 and added 10 kills, giving the Gauchos four players in double-figures.
The victory left UCSB (3-0) as the only participant in the round-robin event to go unbeaten.