2001 — Honorable mention All-Pac-10 selection …?Starter in UCLA's last 10 games …?Started 15 of 17 games played overall …?Recorded his first career goal in the 5-1 win over St. Mary's … Assisted on the second goal in the Bruins' 4-0 NCAA second round win over San Diego.
2000 — Played in 18 of UCLA’s 19 games with five starts …?Starter in UCLA’s last four games of the year.
1999 — Played in 18 games, starting against UC Santa Barbara, UNLV, New Mexico and UC Irvine … Recorded a career-high three shots against Butler …?Saw time as a defender and as a midfielder.
1998 — Earned a spot in the starting lineup at right back in November and started UCLA’s last seven games … Made his first career start against Indiana and helped UCLA defeat the then-No. 1 Hoosiers 2-1 … Contributed to two shutouts as a starter.
1997 (CPSLO) — Did not play and redshirted the season.
High School — Helped lead Royal HS to CIF Championships in 1995 and 1997 … Named the 1997 CIF Division I Defensive Player of the Year … A versatile player who switched back and forth from midfield to sweeper … Scored 31 goals and 18 assists in his prep career … Scored the game-winning goal in the 1997 CIF Championship game … Scored five goals in four CIF games played … Selected as the Los Angeles Times, Daily News and Simi Valley Star Region Player of the Year … Team went 26-4-3 during his three-year career.
Personal — Grandfather George “Scotty” Kay was the head coach for the first-ever AYSO team … The late George Kay also played professional soccer in Scotland and was a 1996 inductee into the National Soccer Hall of Fame … Lists his biggest athletic thrills as scoring the game-winning and only goal of the 1997 CIF title game and winning two CIF Championships in three years … Enjoys surfing … Full name is Brandon Robertson Kay …?Born Sept. 1, 1979 in Northridge, CA … Sociology major.