Started the 2007 season at No. 3 on the depth chart ... Proved his worth after starting the final nine games of the season ... Had two shutouts and a 73.5 save percentage ... One of four goalkeepers competing for a starting spot on the `08 squad ... An outstanding shot-blocker with quick instincts ... Vocal leader between the posts ... Possesses great size ... Has good awareness and command of the box ... Has good angle play ... Is very experienced with four years of collegiate ball.
2007: Started the final nine games of the season and played every minute after opening game keeper Brad Byrns went down with an injury ... Performed well with a 1.38 goals against average over 850 minutes ... Made a team-best 35 saves for a .735 save percentage ... Was 2-5-2 with two shutouts ... Finished third in the Pac-10 with four saves per game, while his 36 saves and .735 save percentage were each fifth ... In league contests, Rosales was third in save percentage (.732), fourth in goals against average (1.30) and shutouts (2), and fifth in saves (30) ... Made two saves and earned the shutout in his first Division I game, as SDSU defeated Stanford, 2-0, on Oct. 14 ... Other shutout came in Los Angeles, when the Aztecs defeated Oregon State, 3-0 (Oct. 28) ... Had a season-best six saves in three consecutive games from Nov. 4-14 ... Gave up a goal or less in five of his nine starts.
2006 (Canada College): Had a terrific final season at Cañada College where he went 12-5-4 with a 1.33 goals against average ... Started 21 games and had 92 saves and eight shutouts ... Led Cañada to the final 16 of the community college nationals before tying state champion Taft College and falling in penalty kicks ... Named a first-team all-Coast Conference goalkeeper ... Received the Silvano Vial Award, the most prestigious award for Cañada men's soccer.
2005 (Canada College): Started every game in net for Cañada College.
High School: Was a four-year member of the Cal-North ODP program ... Named the Peninsula Athletic League Goalkeeper of the Year in 2004 while at Sequoia High School.
Personal: Jorge Rosales was born Jan. 30, 1986, in Guanjuato, Mexico ... Son of Anabel and Juan Rosales ... Majoring in criminal justice ... Recruited by San Jose State, St. Mary's and Sonoma State out of Cañada College.