2005 -- Played 14 matches, 33 games and started six matches at opposite ... Led the Bruins with a career-high of 19 points vs. PSU (5/5) in the NCAA semifinals: 17 kills (.333), one ace and a pair of block assists ... In his first start of the season, he recorded 10 kills with four block assists vs. UCSD (2/11) ... Recorded his first career double-double vs. Stanford (2/17): 15 kills (.560) and 10 digs (career high), and also recorded four block assists for a total of 17.5 points ... Spiked 15 kills (.407) vs. Pep (3/12) in a relief role ... Returned from an ankle injury vs. UCSB (4/9) and recorded 14 kills (.565) and one block assist in a relief role ... In the NCAA final vs. Pep (5/7), he played two games and scored 2.5 points.
2004 -- Did not play season.
2003 -- Played in nine matches and 20 games ... Averaged 3.1 kpg and hit .273 ... Smacked a career-high 18 kills vs. Lewis with five digs and five total blocks ... Served a career-high of two aces vs. CSUN (1/13) with four total blocks ... Earned a spot on the Director's Honor Roll for Fall 2002.
2002 -- Played 12 matches, including 11 conference matches ... Recorded season-highs vs. UCI (4/12) in kills (10), digs (7) and blocks (7) ... Against CSN (4/10), he spiked six kills (.500) and four digs in a relief role ... Spiked five kills vs. Hawaii (4/5) ... Recorded three kills (.400), two blocks and two digs vs. UCSB (2/19) ... Against BYU (2/23), he boasted a line of 3-0-4 (.750) with one ace and a block assist ... Earned a spot on the Director's Honor Roll for Winter and Spring 2002.
2001 -- Redshirted the season.
High School -- Two-time varsity letterman in volleyball and soccer at Punahou School in his hometown ... Played volleyball for coach Scott Rigg and soccer for coach Bob Clague ... Led Punahou to the volleyball state championship and an undefeated (19-0) season ... In volleyball, he earned Second-Team All-ILH and First-Team All-State honors ... Played club volleyball for the prestigious Outrigger Canoe Club, where his team finished ninth nationally at the Jr. Olympics in New Orleans.
Personal -- Chose UCLA for its academics and athletics ... Enjoys the quickness of the sport ... Lists his most memorable athletic accomplishment as winning the state championship in volleyball ... Has one older sister ... Born in Glendale Heights, IL ... Full name is Brennan Richard Prahler ...Mathematics/Applied Science major.