Updated April 10, 2018
AT A GLANCE:
MLS CAREER: American goalkeeper joined MLS in 2016 after six seasons in England, including four at the senior level…In two MLS seasons, has made 29 starts and owns an 11-14-4 record with nine shutouts and 73 saves…Has yet to make an appearance this season…In 2017, made 28 starts in net and recorded eight shutouts...Posted shutout in only start of 2016, the season finale.
2018: Has not yet made an appearance in 2018.
2017: Started 28 games and recorded 71 saves, eight shutouts, and a 10-14-4 record...Eight shutouts were tied for eighth most in MLS…Earned one MLSsoccer.com Team of the Week selection…(3/25 vs. MIN): Made three saves in the home opener, a 5-2 win…(4/8) vs. HOU: Recorded one save in second career MLS shutout, a 2-0 win against the Dynamo…(4/19) vs. SJ: Submitted second consecutive shutout at Gillette Stadium and made three saves in the scoreless draw…Earned MLS Save of the Week nomination for kick save on Fatai Alashe in the 66th minute…(4/29) at SEA: Set MLS single-match career high in saves with five stops against Sounders FC…(5/13) vs. RSL: Made four saves in third shutout of the season, a 4-0 win against Salt Lake…(6/3) vs. TOR: Turned in three saves in fourth shutout of the season, a 3-0 win…(7/2) at PHI: Submitted three saves…(7/29) vs. PHI: Made four saves in the clean sheet win…Named to MLSsoccer.com's Team of the Week for first time in career…(8/12) vs. VAN: Submitted two saves and registered sixth shutout of the season in 1-0 win…(8/26) at DC: Matched single-game high with five saves…Moved into 10th place on Revolution's all-time saves chart, surpassing Jim St. Andrew…Earned second straight save of the week nomination for diving stop in 38th minute…(9/2) vs. ORL: Registered three saves in third consecutive home shutout…Tied Walter Zenga for fourth most shutouts in club history with eight…(9/9) vs. MTL: Recorded two saves in fourth consecutive home shutout and eighth total shutout of the season…Joined Matt Reis and Bobby Shuttleworth as third goalkeeper in club history to record four straight home shutouts.
2016: Signed contract with the Revolution as a Discovery Signing on Aug. 17…Made one start in first MLS campaign and posted a shutout win in the regular season finale…Served as backup to Brad Knighton in U.S. Open Cup Final on Sept. 13… (10/23) vs. MTL: Made MLS debut and posted two saves in the 3-0 shutout win.
CLUB CAREER OUTSIDE OF MLS: Spent four professional seasons in England before joining MLS in 2016…Spent time with English Premier League club Southampton F.C. (2012-15) and current English Football League One side MK Dons…Made nine appearances for MK Dons in 2015-16 while the club competed in the English Football League Championship…Made debut for the club in a Football League Cup first-round win against Leyton Orient F.C. …Began career in England with English Football League Championship side Ipswich Town, where he spent time in the club’s academy system from 2010-12.
NATIONAL TEAM (UNITED STATES): Owns 28 career caps at the youth level with the United States, including 21 caps with the U-20s and seven appearances for the U-23s…Is the youngest of six active MLS goalkeepers to spend time in a U.S. Men’s National Team camp, a list that includes Tim Howard (COL), Nick Rimando (RSL), Sean Johnson (CHI), Luis Robles (NY), and David Bingham (SJ)…Has been called into multiple senior-level camps for the U.S. Men’s National Team…A member of the U.S. U-20 squads at the 2011 and 2013 CONCACAF U-20 Championships…Goalkeeper for the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup and the 2015 Toulon Tournament…Was named to the 22-man roster for a pair 2016 Olympic qualifiers against Colombia on March 25 and March 29…Appeared in the first leg of the 2016 Summer Olympics CONCACAF-CONMEBOL play-off against Colombia on March 25.
PERSONAL: Roommates with teammate Femi Hollinger-Janzen…Originally from Atlanta, Ga., moved to Minnesota at the age of 12…Played youth club soccer with the Minnesota Thunder (2006-08) and Reading Rage (2008-09)…Moved to England to join the Ipswich Town academy system in 2010.