Brian Brogan
Brian Brogan
Height: 5-10
Year: Senior
Hometown: Los Gatos, Calif.
High School: Los Gatos
Previous College: Pepperdine
College: TR

AS A SENIOR IN 2009-2010: Returned to line up after redshirting 2008-2009 season because of NCAA transfer rules ... finished the year at 13-9 in singles action ... earned All-WCC Second Team Singles honors ... played primarily at No. 1 and 2 singles ... did not play in fall 2009 tournament season ... had a seven match win streak in singles starting Mar. 14 with a win over UAB's Danny Manlow and ending after defeating Pacific's Ivan Garcia Castro on April 9 ... partnered with fellow senior Jay Wong in all doubles matches ... went 16-8 in doubles at the No. 1 and 2 positions ... received All-WCC Second Team Doubles honors with Jay Wong.

AS A REDSHIRT SENIOR 2008-2009: Returns to Santa Clara after spending dual season at Pepperdine and will redshirt this season due to NCAA transfer rules.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2007-08 AT PEPPERDINE: Transferred to Pepperdine in the spring of 2008 ... a member of Waves team that won 18th straight WCC title ... team finished dual season with a No. 14 national ranking ... went 5-6 in the dual season in singles playing primarily at the No. 6 position ... won final three matches at the No. 5 spot ... paired with Mahmoud Kamel in doubles at the end of the year at the No. 3 position, posting a 3-0 record... posted 0-1 record at No. 2 doubles and 1-1 record at No. 3.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2006-07: Finished the year 19-16 in singles overall and 14-11 in duals ... went 20-13 in doubles and 16-9 in duals ... named All-WCC Honorable Mention in singles and doubles ... reached finals of SAP pre-qualifying tournament in Feb. to advance to qualifying draw ... was not able to participate in qualifying tournament due to commitments with SCU ... Doubles: played with Jay Wong, Robert Gallman and Kevin McQuaid ... went 8-3 in duals with Wong at No. 3 and 6-5 with Gallman at No. 2 and No. 3 and 2-1 at No. 3 with McQuaid ... competed in the Bronco Classic, Bulldog Classic and ITA Regionals with Brogan in the fall ... played first 14 of the spring with Gallman, going 2-1 at the Aztec Invitational, including wins over ASU's Souza and Marsh 8-2 and ASU's Brooklyn and Marsh 8-5 ... won two straight duals with Gallman, beating UC Davis' McKakin and Reiser 8-4 on Jan. 20 and Boise State's Werbeck and Robertson 8-6 ... won final three dual matches with Gallman against Hawaii on Feb. 14, Gonzaga on Feb. 16 and Oregon on Feb. 17 ... won first dual match with Wong on Feb. 19 vs. Hejazi and Taylor of UCSB, 8-5 ... won two out of three duals with McQuaid, beating Kincaid and Schleining of Portland 8-2 and Nachbauer and Thong of USF, while losing to SMC's Platonov and Sion 8-6 from Mar. 2-7 ... finished season strong with five wins out of six matches with Wong, including two wins at the WCC Championships ... in the semifinals of the WCCs on Apr. 21 defeated USD's Ozurovich and Sekiguchi 8-2 and won 8-2 vs. Ozpinar and Zannoni of Saint Mary's in third place match on Apr. 22 ... Singles: went 3-4 at the Bronco Classic, Bulldog Classic and ITA Regionals in the fall ... reached ITA Rd of 32 after 6-3, 6-3 win over Matt Seeberger of Hawaii ... on Jan. 13 at the Aztec Invitational won two singles victories; the first against Anthony Gomez 6-1, 6-1, of San Diego State, and the second against Arizona State's Ryan Waits 2-6, 6-1, 6-2 ... had nine-three set matches in dual season ... won two singles matches, one over UC Santa Cruz's Jeff Fong and the second over UC Davis' Tyler Lee on Jan. 20 in first dual matches ... on Jan. 28 vs. Boise State came back to beat Eric Roberson 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 at the No. 2 position ... on Feb. 10 defeated Arizona's Bruno Alcala 6-4, 6-3 in 4-3 Bronco win, first ever over a Pac-10 on the road ... on Feb. 17 at No. 2 pulled out a three-set win over Oregon's Alexander Cornelissen 6-7 (1), 7-6 (5), 1-0 (8) ... on Mar. 2 defeated Portland's Alex Strom 6-3, 5-7, 1-0 (10-5) ... on Mar. 23 defeated Cornell's Josh Raff 7-5, 6-2 ... on Mar. 31 vs. Harvard earned a singles victory over Ashwin Kumar 6-3, 6-4 in 4-3 team win ... at the No. 2 singles position on Apr. 4, defeated Stanford's Eric McKean 6-2, 6-1 ... on Apr. 5 played at the No. 1 singles position for the first time, losing three-setter to Matthew Berry 5-7, 6-4, 7-6 (8-6) ... on Apr. 15 clinched a three set singles victory at No. 2 over UCSD's Eric Rubens 6-3, 4-6, 1-0 (10-5) ... at the WCC Championships on Apr. 21, defeated Loyola Marymount's Sam Tadevosian 6-2, 6-4 ... lost 7-6 (2), 6-7 (0), 7-5 to Andre Sion of SMC in WCC Championships third-place match on Apr. 22.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2005-06: Proved to be one of the most versatile players on the team, competing anywhere from the No. 2 to 6 positions... clinched a team-high four matches, as his singles victories enabled Santa Clara to defeat Princeton, San Francisco, Saint Mary's, and Idaho... earned All-WCC Honorable Mention after posting a 4-2 mark in league action... won his first five matches of the dual season in straight sets, defeating Kyle McMakin (UC Davis), Max Ortiz (UC Santa Cruz), Chong Wang (USC), Eoin Heavey (California), Derrick Lajola (Hawai'i)... participated in the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regional Championships... reached the quarterfinals of the Santa Clara Bronco Classic, beating Thomas Morton (Sacramento State) and Vladimir Pino (Oregon) before falling to Guillaume Tonelli (Nevada)... went 10-18 in doubles, manning the No. 3 position with a variety of partners... advanced to the semifinals of the Santa Clara Bronco Classic with Kenzo Hirakawa-Wong.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2005 graduate of Los Gatos High School...played for coach Todd Disley...led team to back-to-back Central Coast Section and Northern California High School titles as a junior and a senior, Brogan led the Wildcats to a second-place finish at the prestigious Corona Del Mar/National High School All-American Invitational...ranked as high as No. 30 in Boys 18s and No. 42 in Boys 16s USTA national rankings...achieved No. 1 national doubles ranking in Boys 16s...represented Northern California at the USTA Junior Davis Cup, Intersectional and Zonal championships.

PERSONAL: Has personal connection to Santa Clara, as his parents have taught for the Leavey School of Business ... has two younger brothers, Patrick and Kevin and one sister, Allison ... Brogan chose the Bronco program over USC, UCLA, Washington, California and UC Santa Barbara.

Brogan's Career Statistics

Year Singles Dual Singles Overall Doubles Dual Doubles Overall
2007 14-11 19-16 16-9 20-13
2006 13-11 16-15 7-16 10-18
Career 27-22 35-31 23-25 30-31