FC Dallas drafted Dan Kennedy in the Chivas USA Dispersal Draft on Nov. 19, 2014.
2014: Ranks 17th all-time in MLS history with 451 career saves… Has appeared in 144 MLS matches and played nearly 13,000 minutes… In his seventh season with Chivas USA, Kennedy logged career highs in games played (33), games started (33), minutes played (2,957) and wins (9)… Finished the season with 93 saves (10th most in MLS) and six shutouts. 2013: Started 31-straight matches… Finished second in MLS with 104 saves... Notched his first professional goal, a penalty kick in a 2-1 win in the Quarterfinal Round of the U.S. Open Cup over the LA Blues… 2012: Made 32 starts and recorded seven shutouts while finishing second for the league lead with 109 saves… Earned his first MLS All-Star selection… Was named Chivas USA MVP... 2009: Missed the entire 2009 season due to a knee injury. 2008 - 2005: Was selected by Chivas USA in the fourth round of the MLS Supplemental Draft prior to Chivas USA’s inaugural season in 2005… Joined the Puerto Rico Islanders of the USL First Division for the 2005 and 2006 seasons… Was named Rookie of the Year... Joined Chivas USA from Chile's Municipal Iquique, where he spent the 2007 season and led the Chilean Second Division in lowest goals against average.
Started 84 games for UCSB… Led the Gauchos to three postseason appearances (2002-2004) and to the 2004 NCAA final.
A native of Yorba Linda, Calif… Played at El Dorado High School before attending UCSB…