Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
College: University of Maryland
Previous Club: Seattle Sounders FC
Acquired: Selected by the Colorado Rapids with the 11th pick in Stage 1 of the 2013 Re-Entry Draft on Dec. 12, 2013 from Seattle Sounders FC
- Joined the Rapids for the first time in 2014 after previous playing with the Seattle Sounders and D.C. United.
- Started in 21 of the 22 games as a defender for the Rapids, contributing three assists on the attacking end.
- Scored one of the goals of the year, a powerful freekick during the 4-3 home defeat to LA Galaxy (August 20). This was his first goal in MLS since April 29, 2011, when at D.C. United.
- Contributed a career-high four assists to the Sounders.
- Selected by Seattle in Stage Re-Entry Process on Dec. 12, 2011.
- Appeared in a career-high 29 MLS games, ranking fourth on the team
- Made 17 appearances and 11 starts for DC United, logging 1,117 minutes. Scored third career goal in loss at HOU (4/29). Recorded lone assist of season and tenth of career in 3-1 win vs. CLB (3/19).
- Started and played full 90 minutes in four starts before suffering right foot injury. Came back and played in the US Open Cup Semifinal vs. CLB (9/1), but re-aggravated his foot injury and missed the remainder of the season.
- Started 25 matches and played 2174 minutes, the most in his MLS career in both categories.
- Continued his strong performance in the back line played in all but two matches at left back for D.C. United while also contributing three assists to the offense.
- Scored two goals in the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup, both free kicks in the 2-0 win over the Rochester Raging Rhinos.
- Was traded to DC for a 2008 Supplemental Third-Round Draft pick. With DC, became starter at left back having previously played striker.
- Scored first career goal in 4-1 win vs. TOR (9/29).
- Selected in the Second Round (24th Overall) in the 2006 MLS SuperDraft by the Los Angeles Galaxy, before being traded to the Columbus Crew in July.
- Made 21 appearances after transferring to University of Maryland for the 2005 season, contributing four goals and six assists. Burch scored the game-winning goal, a 25-yard free kick, in the College Cup Final against New Mexico to win the NCAA National Championship.
- Played for the University of Evansville from 2002-2004, scoring seven goals and 22 assists. All-Missouri Valley Conference pick all three of the seasons he spent with the Purple Aces