The 2013 season marks Lade’s second with the Red Bulls after an impressive rookie campaign in 2012. In his debut season with New York, Lade appeared in 26 matches, including 22 starts. He logged over 2,000 minutes, tallied three assists, and placed eight shots on goal. Lade’s first goal in a Red Bulls jersey came on May 29, 2013, in a 3-0 U.S. Open Cup match win against the Charleston Battery. He’s known for his versatility on the field after assuming the position of defender, midfielder, and forward during his rookie season.
2013: Made his 2013 regular season debut when subbed on in place of Eric Alexander in the 89th minute of New York's 0-0 draw against D.C. United on Mar. 16.
2012: Lade made his MLS and Red Bulls debut on Apr. 14, 2012, in what amounted to a 2-2 draw against the San Jose Earthquakes. In the next match against D.C. United on Apr. 22, Lade made his first-career MLS start, a 4-1 loss. He registered his first assist in the next match on Apr. 28, a 1-0 win over the New England Revolution.
Collegiate/Club: Played four seasons at St. John’s University. As a senior, started all 18 games, playing every minute, while earning Second Team All-Big East Honors and helping the Red Storm to the Big East Championship. Named Most Outstanding Defensive Player of 2011 Big East Tournament. Earned Third Team All-Big East Honors as a junior. In four years, amassed 81 appearances, including 60 straight appearances to finish his career.
International: Lade earned his first call up to the U.S. Men’s National Team on January 6, 2013 for training camp in Carson, CA. He was named to the squad’s 23-man roster ahead of the Jan. 29 friendly against Canada.