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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 • majoring in civil engineering.


Bryan See

Bryan  See


Subang Jaya, Malaysia

High School:
Catholic HS

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 165


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