2021 MLS Regular Season
2021 MLS Regular Season

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Career Summary

2015-16: Appeared in 19 games, starting 15, and totaled 1,315 minutes for the U-18 team…Tied for second on the team with six goals, including a game winner, and added one assist…Made 2015-16 debut in season opener against Oakwood SC (Sept. 5) and posted an assist…Recorded first goal of the season at Albertson SC (Sept. 13)…Added an additional goal at Everton FC Westchester (Sept. 26)…Notched a brace at Montreal (Nov. 8)…Scored fifth goal of the season against the Dallas Texans (Dec. 3)…Posted final goal of the season against Vancouver Whitecaps FC (Dec. 4)…Trained with the Revolution first team in Tucson, Ariz. for preseason.

2014-15: Appeared in 35 total games with the Revolution Academy, starting 28 times on the season…Made 34 appearances and all 28 starts with the Under-16s, scoring four goals and adding a team-best nine assists…Made one substitute appearance with the Under-18s…Scored regular-season goals for the U-16s against the Capital Area RailHawks (Dec. 2), the New York Red Bulls (April 19), Empire Revolution (May 2), and Beachside SC (May 9)…Had one multi-assist game, notching two assists against the Montreal Impact (May 23)…Traveled to Westfield, Ind. with the U-16s for the Development Academy Playoffs (June 23-26), playing in all three games, before starting in the Playoff Quarterfinal against Philadelphia (July 8)…Made U-18s debut as a substitute against Seacoast United (April 18)…Appeared in all 10 of the U-16s’ games in the Generation adidas Cup, tallying one assist against the Colorado Rapids (March 29).

2013-14: Made 27 overall appearances, including 24 starts…Made six appearances (five starts) for the Under-14 team, scoring six goals and adding two assists, while appearing 21 times (19 starts) for the Under-16 team, scoring seven goals and adding four assists…Tallied one multi-goal game for the U-14s, scoring a pair of goals against New York Soccer Club (March 29)…Scored a goal and recorded an assist against Match Fit Academy (Nov. 2) and D.C. United (Nov. 17)…Recorded one multi-goal game for the U-16s against Seacoast United (Nov. 10)…Scored a goal and added two assists with the U-16s against Empire Revolution (June 8)…Made three appearances (two starts) and scored two goals for the U-16s in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy Winter Showcase (Dec. 12-15) in Bradenton, Fla…Traveled to Westfield, Ind., with the U-16s for the Development Academy Showcase (June 23-26) and appeared in all three games, starting twice.

2012-13: Played in 14 games with the Revolution Academy…Made 13 starts with the Under-14 team and made one substitute appearance with the Under-16 team…Scored seven goals and added six assists – all with the U-14s…Scored twice and added three assists against FC Bolts Celtic (Nov. 4), also found the net and added an assist against Oakwood SC (March 3) and Everton FC Westchester (April 14). 

U.S. NATIONAL TEAM: Called in to the U.S. Under-18 National Team for the 2016 Vaclav Jezej Tournament in the Czech Republic (Aug. 10-21, 2016)…Called in to the Under-18 National Team for a foreign training camp in Guadalajara Mexico (May 28-June 8, 2016)…Called in for an eight-day training camp in Chula Vista Calif. (April 23-30, 2016)…Called in for an 11-day foreign training camp in Buenos Aires, Argentina (March 7-17, 2016)…Called in to the Under-18 National Team for the first time for the Open Nordic Cup, held in Sunne, Sweden (July 30-Aug. 10, 2015)…Recorded the game-winning assist against Finland (Aug. 9)…Previously was called in for a week-long U.S. Under-16 training camp held in Sunrise, Fla. (June 7-14, 2015) and also played for the U.S. U-16s at the Netherlands International Tournament, held in Rotterdam (March 7-16, 2015)…Recorded an assist against the Netherlands (March 15)…First National Team experience came when called in to the U.S. U-16s for the 2015 Aegan Cup International Youth Tournament held in Manisa, Turkey (Jan. 15-25, 2015)…Scored the game-winning goal against Romania (Jan. 19, 2015).

BEFORE THE ACADEMY: Most recently played for S.F. Vikings Under-14 team.

Personal: Son of Edward and Diane Rennicks…Has a brother, James… Supports La Liga club Real Madrid, as well as Premier League sides Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur…Lists Gareth Bale, Wayne Rooney, and Cristiano Ronaldo among favorite soccer players…Follows the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox, and Boston Bruins…Enjoys skateboarding, snowboarding, and mountain biking…Previously played baseball and basketball.

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