Alumni Update: Brett Hite
Former men's soccer student-athlete Brett Hite didn't always know he wanted to be a musician. He came to Washington as a freshman in 2004 focusing on playing soccer for head coach Dean Wurzberger.
Out of University High School in Spokane, Wash., Hite played two seasons for the Huskies and missed his junior year due to an injury that ended his soccer career.
In 2005 he earned Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 honors. He scored two goals and tallied two assists in his two seasons.
After his injury his junior season, he traveled the coast played in coffee shops for fun, still with no desire to make music his career.
He returned to UW to finish school the next year and after college he coached at Whitworth for a year. While in Spokane he worked part time in a coffee shop and realized he wanted to do something he loved.
Hite moved to LA tried to work his way in the industry and meet anyone he could. He ended up moving back to Washington to save money and just released his newest album. He currently is playing shows all over the Pacific Northwest.
Fans can find his music on myspace and ITunes.
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