2000 — Scored twice in NCAA final against UC San Diego, finishing with 11 goals on the season … Appeared in 23 games as a substitute, recording two-goal games against Pepperdine (Oct. 1), Loyola Marymount (Oct. 28), and in the MPSF quarterfinal against Pacific (Nov. 25) … Tallied nine assists and nine steals.
1999 — Scored vs. UMass in the Bruins’ 14-6 NCAA semifinal victory…Scored a crucial goal in the MPSF title game vs. Stanford, tying the game at 10-10 with just under two minutes left in regulation…Tallied a season-high two goals in UCLA’s 7-3 victory over UC Irvine Oct. 20… Scored points in two consecutive games with a goal vs. Pacific on Oct. 24 prior to the meeting with UC Irvine.
1998 — Scored six goals in 10 attempts … Led the squad with a 60% scoring percentage … Tallied five assists and eight steals … Netted two goals against St. Francis Oct. 17.
1997 — Redshirted.
High School — A four-year letterwiner in swimming and water polo under Jim Brumm and Dave Simcox at Foothill HS … Four-time National Junior Olympic Team Champion and All-American … Led Foothill to four league championships … Named first-team All-America, All-CIF and All-Century League as a junior and senior … Helped team to a 1995 Southern Section Div. I Championship … Earned “Pride Hustle Desire” award in 1995 and “Knight of the Year” in 1996 … Selected league co-MVP as a senior… Team captain who scored 73 goals in his final season.
Personal — Full name: Jeffrey Morgan Pflueger … Born July 28, 1978, in Orange … Enjoys surfing, snowboarding, and skateboarding … Favorite academic class is physics … Engineering Geology major.