2009: Returned from an injury-plagued 2008 season to start 16 of the team's 18 contests ... Aztecs were 6-6-4 when he started (0-0-2 when he didn't) and are 14-7-6 when he starts over his career ... Owns a 13-7-7 record over his career ... Led the team in minutes played (1,554:19), saves (71), save percentage (.763) and shutouts (3) ... Led the league in saves per game (4.50) and was third in saves (72) ... Put together a five-match unbeaten streak from Sept. 11-Oct. 2 ... Had back-to-back shutouts against Princeton (Sept. 27) and Washington (Oct. 2) ... Also shut out No. 11 Cal in Berkeley on Oct. 25 ... Tied his career high with seven saves at home against Washington (Nov. 6) ... Had six saves apiece vs. No. 6 UC Santa Barbara (Sept. 25) and at Oregon State (Oct. 4).
2008: Battled injuries but still played in three games (all starts) ... Was undefeated with a 1-0-1 record and is now 7-1-3 in two seasons ... Posted a 1.47 goals against average over 244 minutes, 12 seconds ... Had one shutout at Stanford on Oct. 10 ... Made his first start and appearance on Oct. 5 at UCLA ... Made a season-high five saves in the Aztecs' 3-3, double-overtime tie ... Allowed only one goal the final 1:34:12 ... Had two stops in the 1-0 shutout against the Cardinal ... Then gave up one goal in 44:12 at California on Oct. 12 in the team's 1-1, double-overtime tie.
2007: Had a stellar season, despite going down with an injury 10 games into the season ... Earned honorable mention Pac-10 honors ... Started all nine games he appeared in, playing every minute of every game ... Team was 6-1-2 when he was the starting goalkeeper (2-6-2 when he did not play) ... Led the Pac-10 with 0.56 shutouts per game ... Was second with a 0.73 goals against average and tied for second with five shutouts ... Also ranked among the league leaders in save percentage (3rd, .825), saves per game (4th, 3.67) and saves (6th, 33) ... Was tops on the team in minutes (868:24), goals against average, save percentage, wins, win percentage (.778) and shutouts ... Played all 110 minutes and made six saves in SDSU's 2-2 tie at nationally-ranked Creighton to open the season on Aug. 31 ... Picked up his first collegiate victory and shutout in SDSU's 2-0 win over Fairleigh Dickinson on Sept. 9 ... Followed that up with shutouts against Cal State Bakersfield (Sept. 15) and Missouri State (Sept. 21) ... Picked up his fourth shutout of the season on Sept. 29 against UC Irvine ... Made a career-high seven saves en route to his fifth shutout in San Diego State's 1-0 triumph over UCLA on Oct. 6 ... Was honored for his efforts by earning the Pac-10 Player of the Week award, and being named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week, Top Drawer Soccer National Team of the Week and the Soccer America Team of the Week ... Earned his sixth and final victory of the season against California on Oct. 12 ... Made four saves in the contest despite playing the final part of the game with a broken elbow.
2006: Utilized his redshirt season.
High School: Was a three-year starter for the Monte Vista High Mustangs in Danville, Calif. ... Named East Bay Athlete League player of the year as a senior ... Spent three years with the Cal-North ODP ... Club team Ballistic United won a pair of State Cup titles in addition to the Nomads and Surf Cup tournaments held in San Diego ... Was also a member of the Super Y-League regional team.
Personal: Bradford James Abeyta Byrns was born in Walnut Creek, Calif. ... Son of Kathy and Jim Byrns ... Was also recruited by Virginia Tech, Saint Mary's and UC Riverside ... Majoring in pre-business.