- 2010: Acquired by Quakes on 8/6 from Chicago … Started all six games he appeared in with CHI … Made Earthquakes debut on 8/7 at COL when he came on as a substitute in the 41st minute … Started and played the full 90 minutes on 8/14 vs. KC, on 8/21 vs. LA, on 8/28 at NY, on 9/5 at HOU, on 9/11 vs. FCD, on 9/15 vs. PHI, at TOR on 9/25 … Started and played 64 minutes on 9/29 vs. CHI … Started and played 90 minutes on 10/2 at CLB … Started and notched his first assist with SJ while playing 90 minutes on 10/9 at DC … Started and played 90 minutes on 10/16 vs. HOU … DNP - 10/20 vs. CHV … Started and played the full 90 minutes on 10/23 at KC … MLS Cup Playoffs: Started and played full 90 minutes 10/30 vs. NY and 11/4 at NY.
- 2009: Acquired by the Fire on 5/1 …MLS regular season: 19 starts for 1685 minutes…In 17 complete games, has marked 3 assists including the game winner 8/1 @ RSL… Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup…recorded 61 minutes in the 3rd round loss… SUPERLIGA: Played in 5 games, starting 4 as the Fire surged to a second place finish in the international tournament…International Exhibition: Played 45 minutes as he scored the lone assist for the Fire in the match vs. Club America 4/29 at TOYOTA Park.
- 2008: Acquired by Rapids on 2/27 in a trade for Nicolas Hernandez …MLS regular season: Did Not Appear for the Rapids in league play…MLS Cup Playoffs: Did Not Play…Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup…Did Not Play…MLS Reserve Division: appeared in 11 games for the reserve team…waived on November 26, 2008.
- 2007: MLS regular season: started and played 6 games for the Crew…logged 539 minutes.
- 2006: Acquired by the Crew …MLS regular season…Appeared in 11 games, starting 6... Made his debut for CLB on 4/1 in the season opener, coming on as a halftime sub... Started his first game with the Crew on 4/29 against ...appeared in eight games for reserves... started in both U.S. Open Cup matches.
- 2005: Appeared in 13 matches as a rookie, 11 starts…notched three assists... Came on as a sub in the 65th minute of New York's 3-1 loss at Rochester (USL1) on 8/3 in the Round of 16 of the U.S. Open Cup.
Represented the United States at the U-23, U-20, U-18, U-17 level…played for the U.S. Under-20 National Team at the Busan Cup in South Korea and at the Milk Cup in Ireland ... Led the team in appearances in 2004 with 17, starting in 14... Played in 35 games, starting 30 for the U.S. U-17 team... Scored one goal and tallied three assists.
Played one season of collegiate soccer, at Saint Louis University in 2004... Tied for second on the Billikins in assists with four... Named to the Conference USA All-Freshman team and was selected second-team All-Conference... Named NSCAA All-Midwest Region second seam.
U.S. Soccer U-17 Residency program for 2 years (2002,2003)…played for Parkland soccer club prior joining residency.
His brother, James, played soccer at Washington University in St. Louis... Brother, T.C., played soccer at Marquette... Completed his high school education at the Edison Academic Center while in residency in the U.S. National Team program in Bradenton, Fla.. for 2 years…Trained with Freddy Adu, Michael Bradley and Robbie Rogers while in Residency…Sushi is his favorite food.