Brian Rowe
Brian Rowe

Player Profile
RS Senior

Eugene, OR

High School:
South Eugene HS

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 185




Four Bruins Selected in MLS Supplemental Draft

Rose, Singh and Arreola go in first round; Brian Rowe in second round


Chandler Hoffman and Kelyn Rowe Sign with Major League Soccer

Junior forward and sophomore midfielder join Generation Adidas class of 2012


Hoffman, Rowe and Rowe Named Soccer America All-Americans

Hoffman named to first team while both Rowes named to second team


Three Bruins Earn College Soccer News All-America Honors

K. Rowe and Hoffman named to second-team; B. Rowe to third-team


Brian Rowe, Chandler Hoffman Named to NSCAA All-America Team

Bruins now have 43 NSCAA All-Americans all-time


Men's Soccer vs. North Carolina

Men's Soccer vs. North Carolina; UCLA 2, UNC 2 (UNC wins 3-1 on PKs); Dec. 9, 2011


Men's Soccer vs. Oregon State

Men's Soccer vs. Oregon State; UCLA 1 Oregon State 0; Oct. 30, 2011


Men's Soccer vs. Seattle

Men's Soccer vs. Seattle; UCLA 2, Seattle 1; Sept. 23, 2011


Men's Soccer vs. SDSU

Men's Soccer vs. SDSU; UCLA 2, SDSU 0; Oct. 16, 2011


Men's Soccer vs. Stanford

Men's Soccer vs. Stanford. UCLA 2, Stanford 0. Photos by Jeff Sipsey

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.

Career Statistics

200820291013.12 0-0-0
20097553126150.85 4-0-2
201022222033918241.06 16-5-1
2011222220466912170.75 17-3-2
Totals5349463918721470.91 37-8-5