Player Details


Dylan Tucker-Gangnes


6' 3"


190 lbs

Date of Birth

10.3.1989 (33)


Bainbridge Island, WA USA


Career Summary

Acquired: Tucker-Gangnes was selected by Portland in the second round (34th overall) of the 2013 MLS SuperDraft on Jan. 17, 2013.

2012 (Senior): Named to the All-Far West Region First Team ... invited to the 2013 MLS combine ... ended the season 77th in the NCAA in total goals (8) ... named Honorable Mention All-Pac-12 Academic ... named to the College Sports Madness Pac-12 first-team ... named to the All-Pac-12 first-team ... took two shots and scored the game-tying goal in the 76th minute vs. Gonzaga on a header off of a corner kick by James Moberg ... scored the second UW goal on a penalty kick in the 64th minute vs. Cal Poly ... was the anchor on defense that led UW to the shutout vs. Cal Poly ... named the Pac-12 Player of the Week by College Soccer Madness on Sept. 3 ... played in all 90 minutes vs. Wisconsin, taking two shots on goal and scoring both times ... he scored the go ahead goal in the 53rd minute on a penalty kick ... he then scored the game-winning goal in the 72 minute on a free kick ... played all 110 minutes vs. UCSB taking two shots, one on goal ... led a defense that held CSUB, one of the top attacking teams in the country, scoreless ... played all 91 minutes at No. 4/1 UCONN ... scored the game-winning goal vs. Memphis at UAB in the 99th minute, a header off of a flip throw pass from Michael Harris ... took a team-high two shots both on goal ... played every minute of the game ... took one shot in 90 minutes at UAB ... was named to the UAB "Soccer for a Cure" Classic all-tournament team ... named Defensive MVP of the Husky Soccer Classic tournament ... scored the first goal vs. Brown in the seventh minute ... took two shots in the game and played all 94 minutes ... played all 90 minutes in the 2-0 shutout vs. Seattle U leading the back line ... took two shots, one on goal, scoring in the second goal of the game in the 75th minute off of a free kick ... played all 90 minutes in the Pac-12 opener vs. Oregon State ... helped the Huskies post the 1-0 shutout ... missed the game at SDSU due to an injury ... fought through an injury to play all 90 minutes at No. UCLA and lead the Huskies to the win ... played every minute on the back line in the 1-0 shutout vs. Cal ... took one shot ... was huge in the 2-0 win vs. Stanford on the back line ... took one shot on goal in the start at Cal ... played the entire second half in the 2-1 win at Stanford ... played all 90 minutes for the first time since returning from his injury in the 2-0 win vs. SDSU ... played every minute on the back line in the 1-0 loss to No. 7 UCLA on senior day ... took two shots and the lone UW shot on goal ... took three shots, one on goal and was the anchor to the back line in the 1-0 shutout at OSU ... played every minute at center back in the 1-0 win vs. Air Force in the NCAA First Round ... took a team-high three shots, two on goal in the NCAA Second Round game at No. 8/12th-seeded Creighton ... scored the second goal for the UW in the game off a free kick in the 88th minute.

2011 (Junior):Appeared in all 18 games, starting in 17 games at center back ... one of three team captains ... Second-Team All-Pac-12 ... Pac-12 All-Academic Honorable Mention ... named to the SMU Classic All-Tournament Team (Sept. 16-18) ... scored two goals and had an assist ... scored the game-tying goal against No. 22 Florida Gulf Coast on Sept. 4 ... also scored the lone goal at Oregon State (Sept. 30) ... assisted Casey McCool's first season goal in the 21st minute vs. HBU ... helped the team record nine shutouts ... didn't allow a single shot against Loyola Chicago during the Portland/Nike Invitational.

2010 (RS Sophomore): Returned to the field after missing the entire 2009 season with an injury ... named Honorable Mention All-Pac-10 ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention ... played and started in 17 games ... played a season-high 108 minutes at Cal on Oct. 31 ... was fourth on the team with two goals ... had four points while taking 20 shots, seven on goal ... had one game-winning goal ... was a perfect two-for-two on penalty kicks to lead the team ... scored his first goal of the season on a penalty kick at San Diego State on Oct. 3 in the 66th minute to tie the game ... scored the game-winning goal in the final game of the year at Oregon State on Nov. 12 in the 28th minute.

2009 (Sophomore): Utilized redshirt season after injuring his back ... did not appear in any games.

2008 (Freshman): Only Husky to start all 18 matches as a true freshman ... finished third on the team with 12 points ... shared team-high honors of six assists with senior Raphael Cox ... also added three goals ... named to Diadora/Spinx Furman Invitational all-tournament team ... notched a goal in his collegiate debut in season opener vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (Aug. 29) ... tallied a goal and an assist in 4-1 win over College of Charleston (Sept. 5) ... scored team's lone goal in a 2-1 loss at California (Nov. 14) ... dished assists in Pac-10 wins over Oregon State (Oct. 10) and San Diego State (Oct. 19).

2008 graduate of Bainbridge High School on Bainbridge Island, Wash. ... four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain ... Three-Time All-Kitsap Team selection ... Second-Team All-Metro as a junior ... played for FC Kitsap from 2003 to 2005 and Emerald City FC ... led team to a fourth place finish at the Sinngrund Cup in Rieneck, Germany in 2007 ... with FC Kitsap, won the 2005 State Championship ... also played in the 2004 Dana Cup in Hjorring, Denmark ... Washington state ODP member from 2003-2006 and a captain from 2005-2006 ... 2005 Region IV pool hold-over.

Dylan Tucker-Gangnes ... parents are Rondi and Larry Gangnes ... has a brother, Zack and a sister, Libby ... mother, Rondi is a 1975 Washington graduate ... father, Larry was a member of the USC crew team from 1961-1963 ... cousin, Jori Gangnes played women's soccer at the University of Oregon ... cousin, Jed Weaver played football at Oregon and in the NFL from 1999-2004 ... hobbies include musics, athletics and skimboarding.