Updated December 15, 2020
JUSTIN RENNICKS AT A GLANCE:
MLS CAREER: Signed by the Revolution as a Homegrown Player on Jan. 18, 2019…Became the sixth Revolution Academy product to sign with the first team…Has made six league appearances with one start in MLS…Made three additional appearances in the 2020 MLS Cup Playoffs as a substitute…Also featured extensively for Revolution II in USL League One during the 2020 campaign…Appeared in two games, starting one, as a rookie in 2019…
2020: Made a career-high four appearances, all as a substitute, in league play...Appeared off the bench in three MLS Cup Playoff games, his first postseason action…(3/7) vs. CHI: Made season debut in 1-1 draw and recorded one shot…(7/17) at DC: Played one minute as a substitute in 1-1 draw…(7/21) at TOR: Recorded 13 minutes of action and registered one shot…(8/20) vs. PHI: Played four minutes as a substitute…Postseason: (11/20) vs. MTL: Became third Homegrown Player in club history to appear in a playoff match…Logged four minutes with one shot attempt…(11/24) at PHI: Made second consecutive playoffs appearance as a substitute, playing one minute…(12/6) at CLB: Played five minutes in Eastern Conference Final, recording three tackles and winning four of five duels.
2019: Signed by the Revolution as a Homegrown Player on Jan. 18, 2019 after two years at Indiana University…Saw action in two games, starting once, and logged 106 minutes…Scored first professional goal with New England in U.S. Open Cup Round of 16 match on July 19 at Orlando City…Loaned to North Carolina FC of the USL Championship on Aug. 1 for remainder of season, where he played in 10 games…Named to the 2019 MLS Homegrown Team roster and played 45 minutes in win against the Chivas Under-20s on July 30…Represented the United States at the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland…Played in four matches and scored the game-winning goal in the Round of 16 vs. France…Missed time with a hamstring injury suffered while on U-20 national team duty in March…(3/9) vs. CLB: Came off bench for 45 minutes in MLS debut…(6/29) vs. HOU: Made first career MLS start in the 2-1 win…Recorded one shot in 61 minutes played.
CLUB CAREER OUTSIDE OF MLS: Spent better part of the 2020 season on loan with New England Revolution II in USL League One, making eight appearances and scoring four goals, tied for the team lead…Made Revs II debut on Sept. 16 at Tucson…Opened League One account on Sept. 19 at Omaha…Scored second game winner of the season on Sept. 26 at Orlando City B…Tallied third goal on Oct. 9 vs. Fort Lauderdale…Notched first professional assist on Oct. 16 at North Texas SC…Notched fourth and final goal of the season on Oct. 24 at Forward Madison…Spent most of the 2019 season on loan with North Carolina FC in the USL Championship…Totaled 10 games played, with three starts, and notched one assist in 301 minutes of action…Helped the team qualify for the postseason.
COLLEGE CAREER (INDIANA): Scored six goals and tallied one assist in 29 appearances for the Hoosiers across two seasons…Appeared in 20 matches with six goals, including three game winners, as a sophomore…Earned second-team All-Big Ten, first-team All-North Region, and College Cup All-Tournament Team honors…Played in nine matches as a freshman despite having season limited due to injury…Named a four-star recruit by Top Drawer Soccer… Ranked the No. 30 player in Top Drawer Soccer's IMG Academy 150… Also ranked the No. 1 player in the Northeast Region and the No. 9 forward in the country by Top Drawer Soccer.
REVOLUTION ACADEMY: Developed for more than four seasons in Revolution Academy before becoming the program’s sixth product to sign a first team contract…Two-time UnitedHealthcare Academy Player of the Year in 2014 and 2015, and the club’s U-14 Player of the Year in 2013…Academy career totals include 38 goals and 25 assists in over more than 100 appearances across all levels…Joined Revolution Academy before the 2012-13 U.S. Soccer Development Academy season, entering with the Under-14 team… Scored seven goals and added six assists – all with the U-14s …Made 21 appearances for the U-16 side, scoring seven goals and tallying four assists during the 2013-14 campaign…Continued with the U-16 team throughout the 2014-15 season, scoring four goals and adding a team-best nine assists in 34 appearances (28 starts)… Made 15 starts for the U-18 team during the 2015-16 season, tallying 1,315 minutes and six goals… Scored eight goals and tallied three assists in 12 appearances for the U-18s during the 2016-17 season.
NATIONAL TEAM (UNITED STATES): Represents the United States and has received multiple call-ups at the Under-18, and Under-20 levels…Owns seven goals at the U-20 level and made eight-of-nine U-20 rosters during the latest World Cup cycle, most among all players in the pool…Helped the U-18s win the 23rd International Vaclav Jezek Tournament in the Czech Republic…Played with U-18 team in their tournaments in Slovakia and Portugal…Scored a brace against Honduras with the U-20s in May 2018…Appeared with the USMNT U-20 team in the Concacaf U-20 Championship in the fall of 2018…Totaled four goals across six appearances during the tournament… Scored a goal and tallied an assist in 7-1 win over Puerto Rico on Nov. 1, 2018…Called in to U-20 camp in Spain from March 18-26 to prepare for the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland…Played against France on March 22, but left the match with a hamstring injury…Named to the U-20 roster for the 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup…Played in four of the United States’ five matches in Poland, including both knockout-round matches…Made a pair of substitute appearances in the group stage, logging six minutes played on May 24 vs. Ukraine, before seeing an additional three minutes on May 27 vs. Nigeria…Scored game-winning goal in 3-2 Round of 16 win over France on June 4, 2019…Came off bench in the Quarterfinal loss to Ecuador on June 10.
PERSONAL: Son of Edward and Diane Rennicks…Has one brother, James… Follows all Boston sports as a fan of the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, and Boston Bruins…Enjoys snowboarding, and mountain biking…Previously played baseball and basketball.