AS A SENIOR IN 2013
CCAA Championship All-Tournament Team ... Appeared in 20 matches, starting 19 ... Third on the squad with three goals and eight total points ... Two of those goals were game-winners, with 17 seconds left in first half vs. Humboldt State (9/27), and again in first half at Cal State Stanislaus (10/4), both 2-0 decisions ... Also tallied early second-half opener in 2-1 victory vs. SF State (10/25) ... Converted must-make attempt in fifth round of penalty kicks during tiebreaker vs. Chico State (11/16) in second round of NCAA Championship ... Both assists came in postseason, with final pass on Malek Bashti's overtime winner vs. Chico State (11/8) in CCAA Championship semifinal, and on UCSD's lone goal vs. No. 12 Simon Fraser (11/22) in NCAA Third Round ... Left latter contest five minutes into the second half with a serious injury ... Played a season-high 110 minutes in CCAA opener at Cal State Dominguez Hills (9/13) ... Season-high five shots in back-to-back home matches vs. SF State and Cal State Monterey Bay (10/27).
AS A JUNIOR IN 2012
One of four Tritons to appear in all 17 matches, starting 13 ... Lone point on the year came via assist on Will Pleskow's first-half game-winner in the season finale at Cal State Monterey Bay (10/28) ... Fourth on the squad with 17 shots ... Played a season-high 86 minutes at San Francisco State (9/23) ... Took a season-high three shots twice, vs. Cal Baptist (8/30) in opener and at Cal State East Bay (10/26).
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011
Daktronics All-West Region Second Team ... NSCAA All-West Region Third Team ... All-CCAA Second Team ... One of four Tritons to start all 18 games, as a midfielder ... Compiled 1,422 minutes of playing time, fourth-most on the team ... Led UCSD with five goals, eight assists, 18 points, three game-winners and 12 shots on goal (tied), and second with 25 shots ... Three scores came from the penalty spot ... Decisive strikes came in home meetings with Cal State San Bernardino (9/25), San Francisco State (10/28) and Cal Poly Pomona (10/30) ... Assisted on UCSD's first goal of 2011 in opener at Cal Baptist (9/1) ... Scored or set up each of the Tritons' last five goals on the year, including a goal and three assists in a 4-1 win vs. San Francisco State (10/28) in the second-to-last contest and a converted penalty kick in a 1-0 decision vs. Cal Poly Pomona (10/30) in the finale ... Single-game career high of five points in that match with SF State ... Produced 12 points over final five matches ... First goal of campaign was the 74th-minute lone winner vs. CSUSB ... Assisted on only score in the 80th minute of another 1-0 victory in next match vs. Cal State Monterey Bay (9/29) ... Assisted on decisive opener 57 seconds into 3-0 triumph vs. Cal State East Bay (10/2) ... Set up equalizers during the second halves of a 2-1 loss at Chico State (10/7) and a 3-2 win vs. Humboldt State (10/21) ... Scored opener in 2-1 win vs. Sonoma State (10/23) ... CCAA Player of the Week (10/31).
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010
Started seven of the 15 matches in which he appeared on the defensive line ... Tied for the team lead with three other players with two assists on the season ... Came off the bench to notch his first collegiate point by providing the assist on the 89th-minute equalizer in an eventual 3-2 overtime win vs. No. 14 Chico State (10/15) ... Added an assist at Cal Poly Pomona (10/22) ... Drew the start in his collegiate debut in season opener vs. Dominican (9/2).
Competed for the Irvine Strikers of the U.S. Soccer Development Academy.
A 2010 graduate of Esperanza High School in Anaheim ... As a senior, guided the Aztecs to records of 13-5-2 overall and 8-2 in the Sunset League ... Earned Sunset League MVP, first-team all-county and first-team all-league distinction as Esperanza's leader in goals and assists ... Featured in the TopDrawerSoccer.com National Top 100 list for high school boy's soccer players ... Participated in the 2010 Orange County High School All-Star Game.
Born March 25, 1992 in Orange ... Parents are Gus and Cindi Bruner ... Has an older brother named Matt Wolfrom, who played two seasons on the baseball team at Cypress College (2008-09) ... Economics and mathematics joint major with a business minor at Marshall College ... Interested in becoming a financial planner after graduating from UCSD ... Lists scoring his first collegiate goal to top Cal State San Bernardino, 1-0, as a sophomore in 2011 in front of the home crowd as his favorite UCSD moment ... Enjoys wakeboarding, the beach, the river, and dogs ... Favorite pro teams are FC Barcelona, the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and Anaheim Ducks ... Favorite athlete is Landon Donovan ... Top movie is Wedding Crashers ... Listens to Dave Matthews ... Loves brownies and pizza ... Mother is his greatest influence ... Always ties his left cleat before the right one before a match.