Jack McInerney

Jack McInerney
Jack McInerney
Jack McInerney
Portland Timbers
Real Name: Jack McInerney
HT: 5' 10" WT: 151
Age: 23 (08/05/1992)
Birthplace: Chattanooga, TN

HOW ACQUIRED: Traded from Montreal on August 4, 2014

MLS All-Star Game: 2013
Amway Canadian Championship: 2014

2014: Started the season with the Philadelphia Union, recording one goal and one assist in four starts before being traded to the Impact on April 4 for forward Andrew Wenger… Recorded seven goals and one assist in 26 games and 1,804 minutes with the Impact, including 21 starts… Scored two-game winning goals during the season… Named the MLS Player of the Week and to the MLSSoccer.com Team of the Week in week 16 following his brace in a 3-0 win against Houston… Also earned the MLS Goal of the Week with his golazo against the Dynamo, where he spun and half-volleyed the ball into the far right corner… Selected twice as the Videotron Player of the Game… Concluded his fifth MLS season with eight goals and two assists in 30 games, 25 starts and 2,116 minutes… Helped the team win its second consecutive Amway Canadian Championship, finishing the tournament as the leading goal scorer with three goals in four games, three as a starter… Also scored once in two CONCACAF Champions League games… Started one MLS Reserve League game.

2013: Finished tied for seventh in MLS and led the Philadelphia Union with 12 goals… Also ranked tied for eighth in the league with 30 shots on goal and tied for 10th with 86 shots… Surpassed personal bests in MLS with 31 games played, 25 starts and 2,209 minutes… Participated in his first MLS All-Star Game against AS Roma in Kansas City… Named the MLS Player of the Month in April and May… Also scored two goals in two Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup games.

2012: Led the Philadelphia Union with eight goals, including three game-winning goals, and finished second with three assists… Played 25 regular season games, starting 18 for 1,630 minutes… Became the first player in Union history to score a goal in four consecutive games and won the MLS Goal of the Week in week 18 for his superb marker against the LA Galaxy… Also scored one goal in two Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup games.

2011: Scored one goal in 18 regular season games with Philadelphia, starting five games for a total of 558 minutes in his second MLS season… Played in both Eastern Conference semifinal games against the Houston Dynamo, starting one… Also played one Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game and nine MLS Reserve League games, recording three goals… Part of the Generation adidas tour that trained and played in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

2010: Drafted in the first round, seventh overall, by the Philadelphia Union in the 2010 MLS SuperDraft after joining the league as a Generation adidas member… Made his professional debut on March 25 in the Union's inaugural game in MLS… Scored three goals in only 350 minutes of play, appearing in 17 games with one start… Scored his first career goal on May 1 against the LA Galaxy… Also played in one Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup game.

Was a member of the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup winning U.S. team… Played for the U.S. U23 and U20 teams after making a name for himself with the U17 national team, scoring 11 goals in 15 games played… Led the 2009 CONCACAF U17 Championship with five goals before scoring two goals in four games with the United States at the U17 World Cup, in Nigeria.

Played club soccer with Cobb Futbol Club sincethe U12 level…Was then part of the U.S. U17 Residency Program between 2007 and 2009, in Bradenton, Florida.

Son of Jack and Wendy McInerney… Has two sisters, Kacey, who played forward for the Georgia College Bulldogs in the NCAA, and Meagan… His favourite club is Arsenal FC.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2015Columbus Crew SC5221711842020
2015Montreal Impact17134118802712171440
2014Montreal Impact26217180414414151800
2014Philadelphia Union44131211256020
2013Philadelphia Union312512220908630341840
2012Philadelphia Union25188163034219242941
2011Philadelphia Union1851558016610511
2010Philadelphia Union171335009310310
Career Totals-1438938822262449311887182
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