The life aquatic of Josh Fraser. One of the greatest swimmers in Acton-Boxboro history. This versatile swimmer competed in 6 different events in addition to the 200 medley relay and 400 free style relay. He swam on 4 Massachusetts State Champion teams, was a multiple All-Scholastic in The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, The Lowell Sun and the Middlesex Metrowest Daily News. Josh was the first AB swimmer named onto the National Inter-Scholastic All-American Team in 1990 in the 100 meter breast-stroke with a time of 58.33 seconds. This time is still, the second fastest time in Massachusetts state history. As a freshman in 1987, Josh's contribution was intrigal in the First State Championship victory for Coach Jeff Johnson. He captained his team his senior year.
Following high school graduation in 1990 and qualifying for First Team All-American in the breast stroke, Josh was recruited to swim at the University of Texas, Austin as part of the 1990-1991 National Division I Champions. Josh transferred to Villanova University where the Wildcats won the Big East Championship in 1993. He was named Academic All-star at Villanova in '93 and was elected team Captain in 1994 graduating with a degree in Finance.
Josh's most memorable moments are returning to swimming in early 1990 after bouts with Mono and Pneumonia to win States (Team and Individual 100 breast-stroke) and elected to the First Team All-American Swim Team. Josh lives in Santa Barbara and is working as the Vice President of Business Development for CallWay, a publicly traded software company. Josh is one of four siblings to excel at swimming at AB, and would be the first to recognize his brother Scott and sisters Kristen and Anna.