|High School:||Edison Academic Center|
2008: Began his UCSB career with nine starts and played in a total of 13 games...Was tied for first on the team in assists with five...Notched two assists in his first game as a Gaucho in the season-opener against Air Force (8/29)...Only goal of the season came in the 4-2 victory against nationally ranked Evansville (9/18)...Tied for most points among the freshmen with seven...Took 24 shots, with eight on-goal...Had back-to-back games with an assist against nationally ranked opponents Wake Forest (9/21) and Indiana (9/27). NATIONAL/CLUB
Played for the United States' U-17 FIFA World Cup Men's Cup National Team in South Korea in 2007...Earned back-to-back NSCAA/adidas Youth All-American accolades while with the U.S. National Residency Program...Joined the Residency Program in 2006...A starting attacking midfielder on the U-14 through U-17 National Teams...Called up to the U-20 camp recently...Also competed with the nationally recognized Concorde Fire out of Georgia, one of the top-10 club teams in the country according to Soccer America.
Played two years for Edison Academic Center in Bradenton, Fla....Named a Parade High School All-American.
Bryan Alexander Dominguez Solarte was born March 7, 1991 in Atlanta, Ga....Grew up in Cali, Colombia...The first U.S. National Team member to come to UCSB from outside of California...Has not declared a major...Wants to play pro soccer at some point...Can best be described as "happy and quiet"...Cheers for America de Cali and Barcelona FC...Diego Maradona is his favorite athlete...Lists "The Alchemist" as his top read...La Bombonera in Buenos Aires is his favorite stadium to play in...Son of Hector and Dilia Dominguez...Both parents were born in Colombia...Has an older sister named Vanessa...His mom and sister, along with his uncle, all play professional soccer in Colombia.
YearMPMSGAPShotsGWG 2008139157240 Totals139157240