RECORDS & STATS
|Position:||Volunteer Assistant Coach (1st Season)|
Former Saint Mary's standout Brian Mason joins the Cal State Fullerton coaching staff for his first season as a volunteer assistant for the 2009 season. Mason will focus his efforts on training the Titans' goalkeepers following a stellar collegiate career between the pipes for the Gaels.
"Brian will have the opportunity to work with a group of talented goalkeepers," Brown said. "His success and experience as a Division I goalkeeper will allow him to relate, teach, and guide our keepers to the success of past greats for our program."
Mason started 61 career matches for Saint Mary's in his four seasons from 2004-07, holding the school record with a 1.27 career goals against average and 13.5 shutouts while standing third with 5,013 minutes played and fourth with 246 career saves.
A second-team Freshman All-American by College Soccer News, Mason was also a second-team All-WCC honoree in 2004. A member of the `85 and `86 Regional ODP squad, Mason was selected to participate in the LA Galaxy, Chivas USA, and San Jose Earthquakes combines.
"I'm excited to be a part of a great coaching staff whose desire to win while providing the opportunites of growth and success for our young athletes," Mason said.
He is currently completing his degree in kinesiology at Cal State Fullerton with an emphasis in health and human performance.