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Bryan See
Bryan  See

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Subang Jaya, Malaysia

High School:
Catholic HS

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 165

Position:
GK

01/25/2018

See Named D3soccer.com National Goalie of the Year

See and Swiercz Earn D3soccer.com All-America honors

12/08/2017

See and Swiercz Named to United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America Teams

Three Blue Jays Named to United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-Region

11/28/2017

Rosenberger Named Centennial Men's Soccer Scholar-Athlete of the Year

Nine Named to Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll

11/18/2017

Johns Hopkins' Season Ends In Shootout at Tufts

Blue Jays Finish the Season at 16-1-4

11/12/2017

JHU Blanks Cabrini, 2-0, to Advance to NCAA Sweet 16

Younker and Chew Score for the Blue Jays

Statistically Speaking
- Ranks fourth in school history in career goals against average (0.639), second in save percentage (.843), second in saves (204), fourth in games played (by a goalie) (58), third in minutes played (5352:53) and second in shutouts (28)

2017
- Third Team United Soccer Coaches All-America and First Team All-Mid-Atlantic
- D3soccer.com National Goalie of the Year and First Team All-America
- First Team United Soccer Coaches Scholar All-America and First Team Scholar All-South
- First Team All-Centennial Conference, Academic All-Centennial and Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll
- Played 21 games and started 21; played 1902:30 minutes
- Set school single-season records for goals against average (0.236) and save percentage (.917); tied record for shutouts (14)
- Led Centennial Conference in goals against average, save percentage and shutouts; ranked second in the nation in shutouts, third in goals against average and fourth in save percentage
- Made five saves in shutout of Goucher
- Named Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week (09-05)
- Posted three saves in shutout at Frostburg State
- Made one save in shutout of Manhattanville
- Stopped all four shots he faced in shutout at Plattsburgh State
- Named to all-tournament team at Best Western Plus Cardinal Classic
- Made three saves and allowed just one goal in win over York
- Made a pair of saves in shutout of Haverford
- Named Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week (09-19)
- Posted three saves in 63:00 minutes in shutout of Neumann
- Made a pair of saves in 1-0 shutout at Gettysburg
- Named Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week (09-25)
- Posted one save in win at Washington College
- Stopped both shots he faced in overtime shutout win over Muhlenberg
- Did not face a shot in shutout of Stevenson
- Made three saves in 1-0 loss at fifth-ranked Messiah
- Made three saves in scoreless draw at Swarthmore
- Finished with three saves in overtime draw at Franklin & Marshall
- Posted three saves in shutout of McDaniel
- Stopped only shot he faced in shutout win at Ursinus
- Finished with four shots in shutout of Dickinson
- Named Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week (10-30)
- Made two saves in second half and overtime of draw versus Dickinson in Centennial Conference semifinals
- Posted three saves in NCAA First Round shutout of DeSales
- Finished with a pair of saves in NCAA Second Round shutout of Cabrini
- Made five saves in shutout at third-ranked Tufts in NCAA Sweet 16

2016
- Started all 18 games and played 1665:02 minutes
- Finished with a 0.49 goals against average, a .880 save percentage, 12 wins and nine shutouts
- Save percentage and goals against average ranks third in school single-season history
- Ranked sixth in the nation in save percentage and eight in goals against average
- Made one save in season-opener at Goucher
- Stopped three shots in draw versus Bethany
- Posted eight saves to earn first shutout of the season versus Merchant Marine
- Made three saves in shutout of Frostburg State
- Made a pair of saves in shutout of Gwynedd-Mercy
- Named Centennial Conference Defensive Player of the Week (09-12)
- Stopped four shots in shutout at York
- Made a pair of saves in loss at Haverford
- Posted four straight shutouts and had a shutout streak of 496:37, which is the 12th longest in program history
- Made one save in shutout at Stevenson
- Posted one save in overtime loss to Swarthmore
- Finished with a season-high eight saves in win over Gettysburg
- Stopped all five shots in shutout of Dickinson
- Named Centennial Conference and ECAC South Defensive Player of the Week (10-03)
- Made seven saves in shutout at Neumann
- Made one save in win at Ursinus
- Stopped six shots in loss at sixth-ranked Franklin & Marshall
- Posted three saves in shutout of Muhlenberg
- Made a pair of saves in shutout at McDaniel
- Stopped all four shots he faced in 1-0 win over Washington College
- Made five saves in scoreless draw versus eighth-ranked Franklin & Marshall in Centennial Conference semifinals

2015
- Started all 19 games and played 1785:21 minutes
- Posted a 1.21 goals against average and a .776 save percentage with five shutouts
- Started and made three saves in season-opener versus Eastern Mennonite
- Stopped all three shots he faced to earn first career shutout in win over Brockport
- Posted second straight shutout with two saves versus Keystone
- Turned aside two shots in shutout win at Frostburg State
- Made a then season-high six saves in tie versus TCNJ
- Posted 12 saves in overtime loss at Rutgers-Newark
- Stopped all three shots he faced in shutout of York
- Made five saves in one-goal loss to Haverford
- Posted four saves in win at Swarthmore
- Made three saves in overtime win at 19th-ranked Gettysburg
- Posted 10 saves in overtime draw at Dickinson
- Stopped two shots in win over Ursinus
- Made four saves in one-goal loss to top-ranked Franklin & Marshall
- Finished with six saves in win over Neumann
- Turned away six shots in 1-1 tie at Muhlenberg
- Posted four saves in win at Washington College
- Made two saves in 82:20 of shutout over Swarthmore in Centennial Conference First Round
- Made four saves in loss at 12th-ranked Haverford in Centennial Semifinals

Personal
- Tian See
- Son of Eau Teong See and Pih Ngit Ding
- Transferred from UC Irvine, where he earned Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award and Big West Conference Scholar-Athlete honors
- Went unbeaten in 12 games as a senior and led team to national youth championship semifinals
- Played two years with Perak FA and led team to Sultan Gold Cup championship and runner-up finish of Malaysia U21 league
- represented Malaysia at the 2015 Summer World University Games
- Dean's List student majoring in civil engineering

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