Option declined following 2017 season.
After a slow and steady rise to the starting job over his first four years in the league, Rowe enjoyed a breakout year in 2016 – his fifth pro seasoon – racking up 30 starts and nine shutouts behind one of the league's best backlines. In 2017, he will look to hold on to the starting spot under a new coach in Curt Onalfo.
COLLEGE: He spent four seasons at UCLA, starting all 44 games that the club played during the 2010 and 2011 seasons, keeping 20 clean sheets in that time. A native of Eugene, Ore., Rowe finished his UCLA career with a 37-8-5 record, a 0.91 goals against average and 21 shutouts as the Bruins reached the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament in each of the past three seasons.