7 Brian Ching
Brian  Ching


Haleiwa, HI

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High School: Attended Kamehameha High in Honolulu, HI?senior year ILH MVP with 14 goals and 6 assists?junior year second-team All-ILH selection.

Brian Ching's Collegiate Career
FRESHMAN (1996): Played in 18 matches with 5 starts?second on the team in scoring with 12 points on 3 goals and 6 assists?first career point came against Whitman College when he picked up an assist in 5-1 Gonzaga win, then collected his first career goal later in the match to give Gonzaga 5-0 lead?final goal of the season was all Gonzaga would need in 3-0 win over host UNLV in the UNLV Rebel Invite, giving Gonzaga the title.

SOPHOMORE (1997): Played in 16 matches, 14 starts?second on the team behind West Coast Conference Player of the Year Jeff McAllister with 10 goals and 23 points, ranking fifth in the WCC in both categories?10 goals second on the all-time Gonzaga single-season list behind Jeff McAllister's school-record 19 scored this season, 23 points third on the all-time Gonzaga list?earned All-WCC second-team honors?had first multiple-goal match of career with two goals in 8-0 win over Whitman College?scored first goal in 4-0 home win over Cal State-Fullerton, ranked tied for 6th in the Far West Region?his goal at 102:00 gave Gonzaga 2-1 road victory over UC-Santa Barbara, the first OT game-winning goal of his career?had second two-goal game of career with first two tallies in 3-1 win at Oregon State.

JUNIOR (1998): Played in the first two matches of the season, injuring knee in season opener at Washington, then re-injuring it in next match at UC-Irvine?after knee did not respond to treatment, had arthroscopic surgery to repair meniscus in right knee and was sidelined for the season?was granted another year of eligibility.

SENIOR (1999): Was kicked in the cheek and eye late in the summer while playing for the Spokane Shadow of the USL, had surgery and was ready for season opener?started 17 of 18 matches, coming off the bench in second outing of the season against American University in the Coca-Cola Classic hosted by Virginia?scored 13 goals and had 8 assists for 34 points, the 13 goals third on the all-time Gonzaga single-season list, the 34 points second?scored first goal in 2-2 season-opening home tie against 11th-ranked Washington?his goal at 82:32 provided insurance in 3-1 win over 7th-ranked Stanford in opening match of the Nike Goal Rush Classic hosted by Fresno State?scored late in the first half to draw Bulldogs even at 2-2 against 25th-ranked Southwest Missouri State in the Ameritas Classic in Omaha, NE, Bulldogs falling 3-2?recorded first hat trick of his career with three goals in 8-1 win over Montana State-Billings, including the first two goals?had a pair of goals against 4th-ranked San Diego in 4-2 home win, his second-half goals in a 5:52 span pushing Gonzaga to 4-1 lead...also had two goals - the first and last - in 5-3 home victory over San Francisco?recorded his sixth multiple-goal game of his career with only two goals in 5-2 season-ending loss to Portland?earned All-West Coast Conference first-team honors.

SENIOR (2000): Enters the season with 26 goals and 69 points to rank second on the all-time Gonzaga list behind Jeff McAllister's 45 goals and 102 points?17 assists are Gonzaga career record.

Misc.: USL Premier League Rookie of the Year in 1997 as a member of the Spokane Shadow.

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