Former Titans goalkeeper (2010-13) Bryan Escalante joined the women's soccer coaching staff on July 20, 2016 as a volunteer assistant.
"I am excited about the addition of Bryan to our program," said Head Coach Demian Brown. "His experiences and energy will have positive influences on our goalkeeping core and program as a whole."
Escalante played in 26 games overall for the Titans over four years, logging 2,072 minutes in net. In 2013, he notched career highs in games played (15), and saves (65) to go along with a 1.60 goals against average and three shutouts. He made 95 saves in his Titans career and posted a 9-12-1 overall record.
CAREER AS PLAYER AT CAL STATE FULLERTON
SENIOR (2013): Appeared in 15 games for the Titans as the primary goalkeeper during the 2013 season... logged 1,351:50 minutes in net, allowing 24 goals on the season and 1.60 per game... he recorded 65 saves on the season and had three shutouts... finished the season 4-9-1 in net... had a season-high eight save at San Diego on Sept. 8.
JUNIOR (2012): Bryan logged six starts and eight appearances overall as the goalkeeper…he logged 614:46 minutes for the Titans in goal, allowing just 11 goals on the season and 1.61 goals per game…he collected 23 saves on the season, while the Titans recorded a mark of 4-3 when he was between the pipes…he pitched a shutout on Oct. 27 in a 1-0 win over UC Irvine, while making six saves.
SOPHOMORE (2011): Bryan played only 7:32 in 2011 vs. UNLV on Sept. 3
FRESHMAN (2010): He became an instant hero late in 2010 with his performance in his only start of that season... With only 8 minutes of collegiate experience, he got the starting call due to an injury to Trevor Whiddon and beat UC Irvine, 2-1, on Nov. 10 in the first round of the Big West Conference postseason tournament... Had 7 saves in that contest... Previous play came when Whiddon was temporarily stunned in the Oct. 27 home match vs. UC Davis, where Bryan gave up the tying goal in what became an overtime win.