|High School:||San Pasqual HS|
|Club:||LA Galaxy Youth Academy|
2015 -- Appeared in three games, making two starts at midfielder, before missing the rest of the season due to injury … logged a total of 99 minutes.
2014 -- Honorable mention Pac-12 All-Academic selection … appeared in 19 games, making 11 starts at midfielder, logging 1,219 minutes … totaled two goals and one assist, giving him five points on the season … assisted on the only goal in a draw at Stanford on Oct. 12 … scored his first goal of the season in the NCAA Tournament Third Round win over California on Nov. 30 … scored the first goal in the NCAA Tournament Quarterfinals victory over North Carolina on Dec. 6.
2013 -- Played in nine matches, making seven starts before missing the second half of the season with an injury ... earned All-Tournament Team honors at the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic after logging five shots (three on goal) ... netted his first collegiate goal on Sept. 15 vs. San Diego ... recorded his only assist of the year on Oct. 5 vs. San Diego State, setting up Kevin De La Torre's tying goal in the 76th minute ... named as the No. 62 freshman to watch in the country by Top Drawer Soccer ... converted the first attempt of the penalty kick stage for UCLA in the NCAA Third Round vs. Connecticut.
U.S. National Team -- Participated in three camps with the U.S. U-18 National Team that included trips to France and Portugal ... trained with the U.S. U-20 Men's National Team in January of 2014.
High School/Club -- Attended San Pasqual High School in Escondido, Calif. ... was a two-year letterwinner in soccer at San Pasqual under head coach John Burson ... earned All-America honors and helped San Pasqual to a Regional Championship ... played his club soccer for the LA Galaxy Youth Academy ... earned U.S. Soccer "Man of the Match" honors in the Academy All-Star game at the 2012 Development Academy Winter Showcase in Florida ... was selected as one of the "Final 16" for the Nike Chance, a world training tour put together by Nike ... was the only American selected for the Chance and made the cut of the final 16 from over 100,000 soccer players from 55 different countries ... spent five weeks training around the world with the Nike Academy, playing against the world's top-flight youth clubs, including Manchester United and Juventus.
Personal -- Decided to attend UCLA because of the location, great soccer program and great academics ... Lists his biggest thrill as winning Nike's "The Chance" ... admires Dutch striker Arjen Robben and Argentinian striker Lionel Messi ... Parents: Mike and Yolanda Iloski ... has two younger brothers, Eric and Milan, and a younger sister, Breana ... Full name is Brian Michael Iloski ... Born September 4, 1995 ... Business Economics major.