2006 (Junior) - Did not see any playing time due to suffering a torn ACL during the 2006 spring season.
2005 (Sophomore) - Played in 17 games, starting nine...selected to All-Pac-10 honorable mention team... finished the season with one goal and two assists...30 shot attempts were fourth-most on team...scored his lone goal in a dramatic 3-2 come-from-behind win over Air Force (Sept. 18)...down 2-0 with eight minutes left in regulation, Hite scored the second of three straight UW goals - his being the equalizer in the 84th minute...also tallied assists versus Wisconsin (Sept. 23) and Stanford (Oct. 14).
2004 (Freshman) - Played in 14 games, starting five...saw significant playing time as a true freshman...scored two goals...first collegiate goal was the gamewinner at Gonzaga (Sept. 1) in front of his hometown crowd in UW's season opener...also netted a goal in upset over No. 13 Creighton (Sept. 12)...took 24 shots.
2003 NSCAA Youth All-American...named Greater Spokane League MVP as senior...scored 16 goals and added four assists...missed four games due to a sprained MCL in 2004...second in scoring in the Greater Spokane League and was first-team all-GSL his junior year...his sophomore year was selected to the all-GSL second-team... leading goal scorer in GSL as a freshman...played for three different Spokane club teams, the SIFC, Spokane Falcons and the Steelers...went to the semifinals of the State Cup in 2001...was a two-year member of the Washington State Olympic Development Program team...three year member of Region IV ODP team.
Brett Anekelea Hite...mother Pam Crowley is a physical education teacher...has one brother Ryan and four step-brothers, Jake Crowley, Kyle Walters, Tyler Walters and Trevor Walters...interests include playing guitar, wakeboarding and snowboarding...majoring in music.
BRETT HITE'S CAREER STATISTICS