Emery Welshman

Emery Welshman
Emery Welshman
Emery Welshman
Real Name: Emery Welshman
HT: 5' 10" WT: 187
Loaned Out
Age: 28 (11/09/1991)
Hometown: Mississauga, Ontario

Currently on loan with Forge FC (Canadian Premier League)

2019 (FC Cincinnati): Has not made an appearance.

2018 (FC Cincinnati): Made 26 appearances, including 14 starts … scored four goals and added four assists … made two substitute appearances for the Orange and Blue in the USL Cup Playoffs … started all three of FC Cincinnati’s U.S. Open Cup matches … recorded a hat trick and added an assist in USOC second-round win over Detroit City FC … recorded an assist in USOC third-round win at Pittsburgh … received a call-up to the Guyana national team for its 2019 CONCACAF Nations League qualifier against Turks and Caicos Islands on October 13 … recorded a hat trick in that match … scored first goal of the season at Indy Eleven (March 31), which proved to the game-winner in the 1-0 victory … collected his first assist of the season on Nazmi Albadawi’s 71st-minute equalizer at Bethlehem Steel (April 15) … netted a goal and added an assist in a visit to his hometown Toronto FC II (June 27) … recorded an assist on Danni König’s goal against Tampa Bay Rowdies (July 14) … registered the Orange and Blue’s first-ever assist in an international friendly on Russell Cicerone’s goal against RCD Espanyol (July 28) … returned the starting lineup after serving a three-match suspension and played 73 minutes against Charleston Battery (Aug. 18) … recorded a goal and an assist for a second time this season at Atlanta United 2 (Aug. 22) … added his fourth goal of the campaign at Richmond (Sept. 26).

2017 (Puerto Rico FC): Made 22 appearances, including 13 starts, scored five goals and added three assists for Puerto Rico FC during the NASL’s Spring and Fall seasons … scored first goal as a Puerto Rico FC player against Miami FC (May 7) … one match later, notched a goal and an assist at New York (May 14) … registered his first assist of the Fall season at Jacksonville (Aug. 17) … recorded first goal of Fall season against Indy (Oct. 21) … began a stretch of a goal or an assist in three consecutive matches … recorded an assist against FC Edmonton (Oct. 26) … recorded a brace in the NASL Fall season finale against New York (Oct. 29).

2016 (Real Salt Lake): Signed with Real Salt Lake on Jan. 22, 2016 after playing the 2015 season with the USL’s Real Monarchs SLC … did not make an MLS regular season appearance … made three appearances, including one start, on loan with Real Monarchs SLC … made first appearance of season against Orange County Blues FC (May 22) … made lone start at Sacramento FC before coming off at halftime (June 9).

2015 (Real Monarchs SLC): Made 19 appearances, including 18 starts, scored six goals and added two assists … made Real Monarchs debut in second-half substitute appearance against Sacramento Republic (April 30) … recorded first Real Monarchs and USL goal against Timbers 2 (May 17) … scored against Austin (July 11) … registered third goal against Tulsa (Aug. 8) … recorded first Real Monarchs and USL assist at Sacramento Republic (Aug. 22) … scored first brace against Atlanta (Aug. 26) … tallied sixth goal against Oklahoma City (Sept. 2) … added second assist in USL regular-season finale against Phoenix (Sept. 13).

2014 (Sigma FC): Played for the semi-professional Sigma FC in League1 Ontario.

2013 (Toronto FC): Made one regular-season appearance in his rookie season in MLS … made an appearance in the first leg of the Canadian Championship Semifinal against the Montreal Impact … drafted by Toronto in the first round, 16th overall, of the 2013 MLS SuperDraft.

International (Guyana): Has 11 caps and has scored seven goals since making his international debut in 2015 … Called up for Guyana’s CONCACAF Nations League Qualifiers against Turks and Caicos Islands in October and French Guiana in November 2018 … Notched a hat trick in the Golden Jaguars’ 8-0 victory over Turks and Caicos Islands on Oct. 13, 2018 ... made three appearances in the 2019 Concacaf Gold Cup, Guyana's first-ever major tournament.

College (Oregon State/Siena): Split his college career between two schools, spending his freshman and sophomore seasons at Siena College before transferring to Oregon State University for his final two years. He led the MAAC Conference with 13 goals as a sophomore in 2010, then earned All-PAC 12 first-team honors in both of his seasons at Oregon State.

Personal: Born November 9, 1993 in Mississauga, Ontario

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