Men's Soccer



Irish Rally in Second Half to Down Seton Hall

The Notre Dame Men's Soccer team use two second half goals to top Seton Hall, 2-1, at Alumni Field on October 2.


Irish Lose Heartbreaker to Cincinnati

The Notre Dame Men's Soccer team loses a close game, 1-0, to Big East foe Cincinnati on September 27 at Alumni Field.

A three-time all-BIG EAST honoree • earned four monograms • appeared in 87 games, including 60 starts • 42 points on 15 goals and 12 assists • four-time BIG EAST Academic All-Star • NSCAA Scholar All-American • named to the BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team three times • selected by the Vancouver Whitecaps FC in the second round of the 2011 Major League Soccer SuperDraft.

AS A SENIOR: Started all 20 matches • earned first-team all-BIG EAST accolades • received the BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award • a Lowe's Senior CLASS Award finalist • an NSCAA Scholar All-American • tied for second on the team with four goals • one assist • collected an assist in the 5-1 win over Cal Poly that clinched the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament title for the Irish • earned a spot on the Berticelli all-tournament team • gave the Irish 1-0 leads in back-to-back 2-1 victories against Providence and Indiana • gave the Irish a 2-1 lead in the 28th minute in a 3-2 triumph of Pittsburgh • put the Irish on the board in the eighth minute during a 2-1 besting of Marquette in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST Championship • named to the BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team • garnered his fourth monogram.

AS A JUNIOR: Named to the all-BIG EAST third team • played in 22 games, including 15 starts • third on the team in goals (4) and points (12) • his four assists were tied for second among all Irish players • two game-winning goals • his 52 shots were the second-most on the team • scored the first goal in the new Alumni Stadium as he put the Irish on the board in the 26th minute in a 5-0 season-opening win over Michigan • named to the adidas/IU Credit Union Classic all-tournament team for his efforts against No. 3 Wake Forest (T, 1-1) and No. 1 St. John's (L, 2-0) • scored the game's first goal (10th minute) in a 2-1 win at DePaul in the BIG EAST opener • registered three points on a goal and an assist in a 4-0 triumph over No. 7 Louisville • assisted on Notre Dame's third goal before scoring the fourth goal (77th minute) of the contest • notched an assist in three straight contests • the streak began with a 1-0 win at Pittsburgh • assisted on Notre Dame's lone goal in a 2-1 setback at Michigan State • dished out an assist on Bright Dike's golden goal (91st minute) in a 2-1 overtime triumph of Connecticut • selected to the BIG EAST Championship all-tournament team • netted Notre Dame's second goal in a 2-1 victory over Green Bay in the first round of the NCAA Championship • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

AS A SOPHOMORE: Started all 21 matches • tallied 16 points on five goals and a team-best six assists • all of those were career-best figures • a third-team all-BIG EAST selection • registered assists in back-to-back wins against Duke (4-1) and Dartmouth (2-1) • scored the final goal in a 5-0 triumph of No. 5 USF in the Mike Berticelli Memorial Tournament • assisted on a goal in a 3-1 setback at Michigan • deposited a goal (67th minute) in a 3-0 win against Michigan State • picked up an assist in a 4-1 win over Pittsburgh • tallied a goal (86th minute) in a 3-1 besting of Providence • scored both goals in a key 2-1 BIG EAST victory over Georgetown • the two goals were a single-game career-best total • named the BIG EAST offensive player of the week and selected to the Top Drawer Soccer national team of the week for his performance against the Hoyas • assisted on both Notre Dame goals during the BIG EAST Championship • the Irish topped Louisville, 1-0, in the quarterfinals before falling to USF, 2-1, in the semifinals • was named to the all-BIG EAST Championship team • a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

AS A FRESHMAN: A key contributor to the Fighting Irish as he played in all 24 games, including four starts • tallied five points on two goals and one assist • made a big impact in his collegiate debut by assisting on Alex Yoshinaga's game-winning goal in overtime to top No. 1 UCLA, 2-1, in the season opener • his first goal of the season was the lone tally in a 1-0 victory at Villanova • put the Irish on the board in the fifth minute in a 2-1 triumph of Louisville • named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Was a member of the Colorado Rush U-18 team for seven years • the Rush won the State Cup all seven of those seasons, along with representing Colorado at the regional tournament • they were the runner-up to SoCal Arsenal, the national champion, three times • led the team in scoring his last season • was the leading scorer in Jefferson County his junior year while at Green Mountain High School • runner-up for player of the year honors in the conference • was a coaches all-state selection and earned honorable mention distinction from the media • played football as a junior and senior • was an all-conference selection as a wide receiver, safety and kicker • earned seven total letters during his prep career • also played basketball • born December 3, 1988 • son of John and Lorrie Brovsky • graduated from the Mendoza College of Business with a management degree • finished with a 3.472 cumulative GPA.

Brovsky's Career Statistics

Year G-S Sh G A Pts GW
2007 24-4 18 2 1 5 1
2008 21-21 44 5 6 16 1
2009 22-15 52 4 4 12 2
2010 20-20 46 4 1 9 0
Totals 87-60 160 15 12 42 4

Jeb Brovsky
Jeb  Brovsky


Lakewood, CO

High School:
Green Mountain

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 170


Event Calendar


August 13
8:00 PM
Omaha, Neb. (Caniglia Field)
August 16
8:00 PM
Des Moines, Iowa (Cownie Soccer Complex)
August 21
5:00 PM
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
August 25
7:30 PM
San Diego
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
August 27
2:00 PM
Cal Poly
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
September 2
7:00 PM
Storrs, Conn. (Morrone Stadium)
September 8
5:00 PM
Boston College
Newton, Mass. (Newton Soccer Field)
September 15
7:30 PM
NC State
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
September 19
7:00 PM
Bowling Green
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
September 22
7:00 PM
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, Va. (Thompson Field)
September 26
7:00 PM
Bloomington, Ind. (Armstrong Stadium)
September 29
7:30 PM
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
October 3
7:00 PM
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
October 6
7:00 PM
Clemson, S.C. (Historic Riggs Field)
October 10
7:00 PM
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
October 13
7:00 PM
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
October 17
7:30 PM
Akron, Ohio (FirstEnergy Stadium-Cub Cadet Field)
October 20
7:00 PM
Notre Dame, Ind. (Alumni Stadium)
October 24
7:00 PM
Michigan State
East Lansing, Mich. (DeMartin Soccer Complex)
October 27
7:00 PM
North Carolina
Chapel Hill, N.C. (Fetzer Field)
November 1
ACC Championship First Round
Campus sites
November 5
ACC Championship Quarterfinal
Campus sites
November 8
ACC Championship Semifinal
Campus sites
November 12
ACC Championship Final
Charleston, S.C. (MUSC Health Stadium)
November 16
NCAA Championship First Round
Campus sites
November 19
NCAA Championship Round of 32
Campus sites
November 26
NCAA Championship Round of 16
Campus sites
December 2
NCAA Championship Quarterfinal
Campus sites
December 8
NCAA College Cup Semifinal
Philadelphia, Pa. (Talen Energy Stadium)
December 10
NCAA College Cup Final
Philadelphia, Pa. (Talen Energy Stadium)

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