Spencer Richey

Spencer Richey
Spencer Richey
Spencer Richey
Real Name: Spencer Richey
HT: 6' 1" WT: 192
Age: 27 (05/30/1992)
Hometown: Seattle, Wash.

2019 (FC Cincinnati): Made 19 appearances and has 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 his 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) ... 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) ... started against New York (May 25) ... started and made three saves at Colorado (June 1) ... started and made four saves at New York City FC (June 6) ... started and made five saves against the LA Galaxy (June 22) ... started and made one save at Minnesota United FC (June 29) ... 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.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2019FC Cincinnati1919171026145255122
2017Vancouver Whitecaps FC119001200010
Career Totals-2020180026247255132
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