Andrew Gutman

Andrew Gutman
Andrew Gutman
Andrew Gutman
Defender
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Real Name: Andrew Gutman
HT: 6' 0" WT: 170
Pronunciation: GOOT-man
Homegrown Player
Age: 24 (10/02/1996)
Birthplace: Hinsdale, Ill.
Hometown: Hinsdale, Ill.

2020 (FC Cincinnati): Made 21 appearances, including 15 starts ... played eight minutes as a second-half substitute in season opener at New York (March 1) ... replaced Greg Garza in the second half ... played 10 minutes as a second-half substitute at Atlanta (March 7) ... replaced Greg Garza in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against D.C. United (Aug. 21) ... started and played 74 minutes against Chicago Fire FC (Aug. 25) ... was replaced by Greg Garza in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Aug. 29) ... made appearance as a second-half substitute and played 14 minutes against Chicago Fire FC (Sept. 2) ... replaced Greg Garza in the second half ... played 31 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Sept. 6) ... replaced Greg Garza in the second half ... returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes against New York City FC (Sept. 12) ... started and plated 90 minutes at New York Red Bulls (Sept. 19) ... led the team with five clearances ... started and played 90 minutes against Philadelphia Union (Sept. 23) .... started and played 55 minutes at New York City FC (Sept. 26) ... was replaced by Greg Garza in the second half ... was unavailable for selection at Minnesota United FC (Oct. 3) and Philadelphia Union (Oct. 7) due to an injury ... played 49 minutes against Toronto FC  (Oct. 11) ... replaced an injured Mathieu Deplagne late in the first half ... started and played 75 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Oct. 14) ... replaced by Siem de Jong in the second half ... started and played 90 minutes against D.C. United (Oct. 18) ... led the team with nine possessions gained ... started and played 90 minutes against Minnesota United FC (Oct. 24) ... started and played 90 minutes against Sporting Kansas City (Oct. 28) ... led the team with four tackles ... started and played 90 minutes against Atlanta United FC (Nov. 1) ... led the team with eight possessions gained ... started and played 90 minutes against Inter Miami CF (Nov. 8) ... led the team with four interceptions ... MLS is Back Tournament: Made four appearances, including three starts ... played 45 minutes as a second-half substitute in group-stage match against Columbus (July 11) ... replaced Greg Garza at halftime ... earned first start of season and played 90 minutes against Atlanta (July 16) ... started and played 90 minutes against New York (July 22) ... started and played the full match in the Round of 16 match against Portland (July 28).

2019 (Celtic/Charlotte Independence/FC Cincinnati): Made a combined 22 appearances, including 19 starts, scoring three goals and adding two assists across all competitions with FC Cincinnati and the Charlotte Independence … signed with Celtic on Jan. 31 … loaned to Charlotte Independence of the USL Championship on Feb. 22 … made 14 appearances, all starts, scored three goals and added one assist in the USL Championship … made professional debut, first career start and scored first professional goal against Indy Eleven (March 15) … recorded first professional assist against New York Red Bulls II (April 13) … scored second goal of campaign against Bethlehem Steel (April 16) … made 12 consecutive appearances, playing every single minute, from March 16 to May 26 … was included in the 18-man matchday roster at Ottawa Fury (June 2) … returned to starting lineup against Swope Park Rangers (June 8) … scored third goal of season against Birmingham Legion (June 15) … returned to Celtic on June 21 after the conclusion of his loan … joined FC Cincinnati on loan through the 2020 MLS season on Aug. 3 … made eight appearances, including five starts, and added one assist with FC Cincinnati … made FCC and MLS debut in 90-minute performance at Columbus Crew SC (Aug. 10) ... led the team with 70 total touches and completed 34-of-40 passes for a passing accuracy of 85.0% ... recorded first FCC and MLS assist in 90-minute performance against NYCFC (Aug. 17) ... created two chances ... started and played 90 minutes against Columbus Crew SC (Aug. 25) ... made first substitute appearance and played 30 minutes at FC Dallas (Aug. 31) ... replaced Greg Garza in the second half ... returned to the starting lineup and played 90 minutes at left back against Toronto FC (Sept. 7) ... started and played 90 minutes against Atlanta United (Sept. 18) ... recorded a team-high six tackles ... made substitute appearance and played one minute against Chicago (Sept. 21) ... replaced Leonardo Bertone in the second half … made substitute appearance and played one minute at D.C. United (Oct. 6) … replaced Emmanuel Ledesma in the second half.

College (Indiana): Made 90 appearances, all starts, scored 20 goals and added 17 assists in four years at Indiana University (2015-18) … was awarded the MAC Herman Trophy winner following his standout senior season … led Indiana to the College Cup in back-to-back years in 2017 and 2018, including an appearance in the National Championship game in 2017 … led the Hoosiers to consecutive Big Ten Tournament Championship games, including a Big Ten Tournament championship in 2018 … as a senior, made 23 appearances, all starts, scored 11 goals and added nine assists … named United Soccer Coaches First-Team All-American, Top Drawer Soccer National Player of the Year, Top Drawer Soccer First-Team Best XI, College Soccer News First-Team All-American, Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, First-Team All-Big Ten, First-Team All-North Region, IU Male Athlete of the Year, College Cup All-Tournament Team, Most Outstanding Defensive Player of the Big Ten Tournament, Big-Ten All-Tournament Team … as a junior, made 25 appearances, all starts, scored seven goals and added four assists … named United Soccer Coaches Second-Team All-American, College Soccer News Second-Team All-American, Top Draw Soccer Third-Team Best XI, First-Team All-Big Ten, First-Team United Soccer Coaches All-Midwest Region … College Cup All-Tournament Team … Academic All-Big Ten … as a sophomore, made 21 appearances, all starts, scored one goal and added three assists … named Second-Team All-Big Ten, Third-Team NSCAA All-Midwest Region, Academic All-Big Ten … as a freshman, made 21 appearances, all starts, scored one goal and added one assist … named Second-Team All-Big Ten, Big Ten All-Freshman Team, Third-Team NSCAA All-Midwest Region.

Personal: Born Oct. 2, 1996 in Hinsdale, Ill.


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Stats

MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2021NY Red Bulls110900001000
2020FC Cincinnati21150144104010130
2019FC Cincinnati8504821303020
Career Totals-30210201317014150
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