3 Brittany Klein
3 Brittany Klein
Height: 5-3
Year: Senior
Hometown: Arcadia, Calif.
High School: Arcadia
Position: Midfielder
College: 3V

AS A SENIOR IN 2007: Started in all 21 contests ... received NSCAA All-West Region Third Team honors ... finished the season tied for first on the team with seven goals and second with 16 points ... posted a team-high three game-winning goals ... named to All-WCC First Team (Nov. 14) ... earned Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Season honors (Nov. 14) ... earned WCC Player of the Week honors (Oct. 15-21) ... named to Soccer America and TopDrawerSoccer.com's Team of the week (Oct. 15-21) ... netted the game-winning goals against Pepperdine and LMU (Oct. 19 & 21) ... scored the Broncos lone goal against then-No. 2 UCLA (Oct. 7) ... had two shots against then-No. 22 Cal (Sept. 30) ... netted the game-winning goal against Arizona (Sept. 23) ... saw action in all 200 minutes of play against Rutgers and Missouri last weekend (Sept. 14 &16) ... earned first-ever WCC Player of the Week Honor (Sept. 10) ... named to Soccer Buzz, Soccer America and TopDrawerSoccer.com's National Team of the Week (Sept. 3-9) ... received Santa Clara adidas Classic all-tournament team honors (Sept. 9) ... had one shot against then-No. 8 Virginia (Sept. 9) ... netted two goals and dished out an assist on Meagan Snell's second goal of the night against then-No. 2 Notre Dame (Sept. 7) ... scored her ninth career goal, first of the season in the 66th minute of the Season Opener against San Jose State (Aug. 31).

AS A JUNIOR IN 2006: Team tri-captain has started 19 of the 20 matches in which she appeared this season ... named to All-WCC Second Team ... had five goals and an assist for 11 points ... scored a pair of goals in 6-2 win over Gonzaga on Oct. 22 ... netted the game-winner in 78th minute against San Diego on Oct. 8 ... scored goal to ice SCU's 2-0 win over Texas A&M on Sept. 10 ... assisted on team's lone goal at Notre Dame on Sept. 3 ... netted first goal of the season Sept. 1 vs. Harvard.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2005: Started in 14 of the 21 matches she took part in ... netted two goals and had three assists on the season ... scored both of her goals against Saint Louis, the first on Sept. 23 and the second in the NCAA Second Round on Nov. 13 ... Named to the all-tournament team at the ACC/WCC Challenge at Wake Forest ... named to the all-tournament team at the Santa Clara adidas Classic.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Named to the WCC All-Freshman Team... started 11 contests at midfield and saw action in 22 contests... netted one goal and two assists for four points... made collegiate debut against SMU with a start in the midfield... assisted on SCU's fifth goal against Rhode Island... added an assist against Marquette... scored first collegiate goal against Gonzaga, providing the game-winner in the 64th minute.

NATIONAL TEAM EXPERIENCE: Played with the U23 National Select Team at the Home Depot Center... a U20 National Team Pool member... was a U19 National Pool player in 2004 and an U17 National Team player through 2003, and played on ODP regional teams the past four years.

CLUB TEAM: Plays for coach Abner Rogers with Laguna Hills Eclipse... 2005 squad won the USYSA National Championship, as well as 2005 USYSA Far West Regional and the Cal South State Cup championships... team won the 2002 USYSA National Championship, as well as the 2002 USYSA Far West Region and Cal South State Cup championships... was a State Cup finalist in 2003... won the 2003 and '04 Surf Cup... were the Nomads Champions in 2001-02.

HIGH SCHOOL: A 2004 McDonald's and Parade All-American... an NSCAA All-America honoree in 2003 and '04... is the 2003 Gatorade California High School Girls Soccer Player of the Year... earned All-CIF, All-Area MVP... a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Club.

PERSONAL: Full name is Brittany Klein... born in Arcadia, Calif... parents are Jeff and Linda Klein... has two brothers... major is psychology.


Klein's Career Statistics


Year M-S Goals Assists Points Shots GW Goals
2004 22-11 1 2 4 19 1
2005 21-14 2 3 7 10 1
2006 20-19 5 1 11 15 1
2007 21-21 7 2 16 15 3
Career 84-65 15 8 38 59 6