2020 (FC Cincinnati): Has made two starts and has posted a 0-2-0 record ... started and made three saves in season opener at New York (March 1) ... started and made two saves at Atlanta (March 7).
2019 (FC Cincinnati): Made 19 appearances and posted a 5-12-2 record … was named to MLS Team of the Week Starting XI for his performance in Week 3 … made season debut and recorded three saves at Atlanta (March 10) … first MLS start since March 18, 2017 with Vancouver … recorded first MLS win, first MLS shutout and made three saves for a second consecutive match against Portland (March 17) … made two saves and recorded second consecutive shutout at New England (March 24) … made one save in first loss of season against Philadelphia (March 30) … made three saves in draw against Sporting Kansas City (April 7) … set a new career-high by making five saves in loss at LAFC (April 13) … made three saves in loss against Real Salt Lake (April 19) … was an unused substitute at New York Red Bulls (April 27) … made a career-high six saves at Philadelphia (May 1) … was an unused substitute at San Jose (May 4) … returned to the starting lineup against Montreal (May 11) … made two saves en route to third win of the season … recorded first penalty save by an FC Cincinnati goalkeeper in an MLS match at Orlando (May 19) … earned fourth win of season and made two saves against the Houston Dynamo (July 6) … earned second consecutive win and tied previous career-high of six saves at the Chicago Fire (July 13) … registered second penalty save of the season … started and made four saves against D.C. United (July 18) … started and made five saves against New England (July 21) … missed the final 12 matches of the season after suffering a back injury.
2018 (FC Cincinnati): Made 14 starts on the year … finished 11-1-2 with a .650 save percentage and a 1.29 goals against average with four shutouts … after starting four of FC Cincinnati’s first 17 USL matches, finished the regular season starting 10 of the final 14 matches … started four consecutive games in place of an injured Evan Newton from April 28 at Ottawa Fury FC thorough May 12 at Charlotte Independence … stopped all three shots in a 3-0 win at Ottawa Fury FC in his FCC debut (April 28) … made three saves against New York Red Bulls II (July 21) … registered a shutout performance and made two saves against Penn FC (Aug. 12) … recorded second consecutive shutout and made one save against Charleston Battery (Aug. 18) … made three saves in third consecutive win at Atlanta United 2 (Aug. 22) … made four saves against Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (Sept. 1) … recorded five saves, tying a season high, and registered fourth shutout of 2018 at Louisville City FC (Sept. 11) … secured his 10th win of the season against Toronto FC II (Sept. 16) … recorded four saves and notched fifth shutout of the season at Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (Oct. 6).
2017 (Vancouver Whitecaps FC): Signed an MLS contract following the conclusion of the 2016 MLS season … made first career MLS start against Toronto (March 18) … made the 18-man matchday roster on four other occasions … started both legs of the Canadian Championship Semifinal against Montreal … made 17 appearances with Whitecaps 2 on loan.
2016 (Whitecaps FC 2): Made 26 combined starts with the USL’s Whitecaps FC 2 from 2015-16 … recorded one shutout … registered a 6-4-4 record and posted a 1.28 goals against average in 2016.
2015 (Vancouver Whitecaps FC): Drafted in the third round, 61st overall, by the Whitecaps in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft … after not making the first team roster following preseason, signed with Whitecaps 2 of USL … posted two shutouts on the season … had a 4-7-1 record and a 1.83 goals against average.
College (Washington): Richey was drafted after a standout four-year career at the University of Washington, where he helped the Huskies reach the Round of 16 in the NCAA Tournament as a senior … had an injury shortened junior season … was a first-team All-Pac 12 selection as a sophomore.
Personal: Born May 30, 1992 in Seattle, Wash … Son of Bill and Colleen Richey … has one sister, Mallory and one brother, Chris … both his father and brother played collegiate baseball.