Two-time sectional champion in the 400m dash in high school.
Coach Sigi Schmid: "Dylan Remick is a left back and he can also play center back. He's steady and simple and a very good athlete."
2013: Made two appearances, starting one, and logged 105 minutes in rookie season. Started and went 80 minutes in a 1-0 loss at Tampa Bay (5/29) in the U.S. Open Cup. Made MLS debut 5-1 loss at COL (10/5), coming off the bench and playing the final 25 minutes. Only player to start all 12 MLS Reserve League matches, leading the way with 971 minutes. Recorded assist in 3-2 win vs. CHV (7/29).
First-team All-Ivy for three years running (2010-2012). NSCAA second-team All-American in 2012, the first Brown soccer All-American since Jeff Larentowicz. Helped Brown qualify for NCAA tournament for three straight years, including two Sweet 16 appearances (2010, 2011). Brown also captured Ivy League title during junior season. Paced a Brown defense that tied team's all-time single-season record for shutouts (11) in each of three straight seasons (2010-2012). Immediate starter as a freshman in 2009, when he captured team award as best freshman player on the squad. Also ran track during freshman year at Brown.
A four-year letter winner and starter from Loyola Academy. Two-time all state selection, three-time All-Conference player and a three-time All-Sectional selection. As captain, guided his squad to a Regional Championship for the first time in over a decade. Track and field standout in high school. As a track & field standout in high school, was a two-time sectional champion in the 400m dash and placed eighth place at the state finals his senior season. Set the indoor and outdoor record in the 400m dash and was a member of the record holding 4x400m relay squad. Captained FC United. Played for Chicago Wind.
Supports Tottenham Hotspur in EPL and Rayo Vallecano in La Liga ... Cites David Villa and Gareth Bale as his favorite players ... Calls Michael Jordan his all-time favorite athlete ... Listens to Taylor Swift before games ... Comes from an athletic family ... His twin brother runs sprint at USC and his sister is a swimmer at Princeton.