Appeared in 17 games, started 16 of them ... second-team all-MPSF selection ... finished second on the team in scoring with seven points on one goal and a team-high five assists ... his lone goal was the game-winner in a 2-1 victory at Sacramento State ... also added an assist against the Hornets ... tied for sixth in the MPSF in assists and two of his helpers were on game-winning goals ... team-co-captain ... named team's most inspirational player ... led team with 38 total shots and was second with 13 shots on goal ... played the most minutes (1,385) of any forward or midfielder.
One of only two returners to start all 18 games last season ... scored the first goal of his career against San Jose State ... added two assists on the season, including one on Kyle Schafer's game-winning goal against St. Francis University ... fourth on the team with 19 total shots, eight of them on were on goal.
Appeared in 15 games with seven starts ... very athletic player in the backline for the Falcons ... attempted one shot during the season.
Before Air Force
Two-year letterwinner in soccer ... team captain as a senior ... led team to two league championships ... second-team all-league pick as a senior ... named Scholar Athlete of the Year at his high school as a senior ... member of the Cal North State ODP ... high school soccer coach was Patrick Lowney.
Parents are Paul and Ann Rosser ... has one sister, Amy (23) and one brother, Stuart (15) ... will be doing research in the biology field after his graduation from the Academy ... would also like to continue playing soccer, possibly for the all-Air Force team ... worked the USAFA Sports Camps this past summer ... also took an academic class ... active in his squadron as the athletic officer, in charge of intramurals and fitness tests within the squadron ... also recruited by UNLV and UC Davis ... hobbies include weight lifting and listening to music ... favorite food is anything home cooked ... favorite movies are Green Street Hooligans and The Hangover ... favorite TV show is Wipeout ... person in history he would most like to meet is Pele ... greatest moments in sports were winning the sectional title in high school and scoring the game-winner vs. Sacramento State last season ... credits his family with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 38.