26 - Trey Pettee
Trey Pettee
Height: 5-8
Weight: 155
Year: Junior
Hometown: Kailua-Kona, Haw.
High School: Kealakehe HS
Position: Midfielder
UC SANTA BARBARA
2006: His personal goal is to help the team win. CLUB
Was a member of the Hawaii Volcanoes club team...Led the squad to the 2005 Nomads Championship...Also a four-year member of the ODP Cal-South/Hawaii squad. HIGH SCHOOL
Pettee was a four-year letterwinner at Kealakehe High School and played both center-half and outside mid for the Waveriders...The team captain from 2004-06, he posted 14 goals and 29 assists as a prepster, leading the squad to two-straight undefeated seasons...A three-time First Team All-League selection, he was named the 2006 BIIF Player of the Year and earned a spot on the All-State Second Team his senior year...In addition to soccer, Pettee played in the jazz band, was a member of the Flyers FC and was awarded the Engineering Core Certificate at KHS...Also competed in track and field for the Waveriders. PERSONAL
Robert Holmes Pettee III was born August 27, 1987 in Pasadena, California...Has not yet declared a major at UCSB...When he is not playing soccer he is usually sleeping...He cannot do without his iPod...Before a game he always hydrates and visualizes...Roots for Chelsea...Would love to play alongside Joe Cole...Lance Armstrong is his favorite athlete...He performs well when playing at the Rose Bowl...His most disappointing sporting moment was missing a penalty kick in the state semifinals... His favorite movie is "Ocean's Eleven"...Enjoys watching "Everybody Loves Raymond" on the small screen..."The Alchemist" is at the top of his book list...Can be found reading "National Geographic" magazine..."Tetris" is his favorite video game...Can best be described as hardworking...Wants people to know that "I'm easy going"...Has a younger sibling Seneca...Son of Robert and Marian Pettee. What is it that you bring to the UCSB men's soccer program and what would you like to help it accomplish?
"I bring support out wide and a strong desire to work hard and help the team win a NCAA title."

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