|High School:||South Eugene HS|
2011 -- NSCAA Second-team All-American ... First-team NSCAA All-Far West selection ... Second-team Soccer America All-American ... Third-team College Soccer News All-American ... First-team All-Pac-12 ... Voted UCLA's Team MVP for the second straight year ... Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic ... Recorded eight consecutive shutouts from Oct. 16-Dec. 3, one away from the school record of nine, and 12 overall, which ranked tied for third on UCLA's single-season list ... Did not allow a goal for 803 consecutive minutes (school consecutive shutout minutes record is 851, held by Chris Snitko in 1993) ... Finished the year with a goals against average of 0.75, ranking him 19th nationally and first in the Pac-12 ... His GAA was the lowest by a Bruin since Eric Reed's 0.60 in 2005 ... Made a season-high nine saves in the NCAA Semifinals against North Carolina ... Ranked 36th in the nation with a 0.8 save percentage.
2010 -- Second-team All-Pac-10 ... Voted UCLA's Team MVP ... Honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic ... Named the Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Week and selected to the Team of the Week for the week of Nov. 7 after shutting out Washington and Oregon State on the road ... Tied for first in the Pac-10 with eight shutouts and ranked second in saves with 91 ... His 91 saves ranked third on UCLA's all-time single-season saves list ... His eight shutouts were the most by a Bruin goalkeeper in a season since Eric Reed had 12 in 2005 ... Tied his career-high with eight saves twice - at Cal State Northridge and at Oregon State ... Had three seven-save games - vs. Notre Dame, at Cal Poly and at Louisville in the NCAA quarterfinals ... Recorded five or more saves in nine games ... Topped all goalkeepers in conference games with a 0.40 goals against average, a .905 save percentage and five shutouts ... Named to the All-Tournament team at the 2010 adidas/IU Credit Union Classic.
2009 -- Started five games and played in seven, logging 531 minutes and a goals against average of 0.85 ... Was undefeated on the season, going 4-0-2 ... Recorded a solo shutout against UNLV ... Nabbed a career-high eight saves at San Diego ... Had six saves in 110 minutes at Washington, with the only goal given up an own goal ... Earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors.
2008 -- Played in two games and recorded a 3.12 GAA with one save ... Had six shutout minutes against Oregon State to help preserve UCLA's shutout streak ... Kept San Diego State scoreless for 21 minutes before allowing a goal in the closing seconds.
2007 -- Redshirted the season.
High School/Club -- Four-year letterman at South Eugene HS ... Named the 2005 Midwestern League Goalkeeper of the Year ... All-State honoree in 2006 (first team) and 2005 (second team) ... Three-time all-district selection ... Led his team to four league titles and three State quarterfinal appearances ... Team MVP and Most Inspirational as a senior ... In three years as a starter, he gave up just three goals in league play and set a school and league record as a sophomore by shutting out every league opponent ... Also earned honors in football and track & field ... Honorable mention all-state and first-team all-conference place kicker during his first year on the football team in 2006 ... Won the district javelin championship as a junior and the district high jump title with a lifetime-best mark of 6-6 as a senior ... Track and Field Team MVP in 2007 ... Played club soccer for OUSA and was the team's starting keeper for four years ... Led club team to the U-15 State championship and to the U-16 through U-18 State semifinals ... Two-year member of ODP Region IV Team.
Personal -- Describes his biggest athletic thrill as playing with local Oregon standouts against the U-21 AC Milan Primavera team in front of a sold out local crowd in 2007 ... Admires U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard ... Hobbies include skiing, traveling and listening to music ... Parents: Paul and Myrna Rowe ... Full name is Brian Michael Rowe ... Born November 16, 1988 in Chicago, IL ... Psychology major.