Rashawn Dally

Rashawn Dally
Rashawn Dally
Rashawn Dally
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Real Name: Rashawn Dally
HT: 6' 2" WT: 200
Age: 22 (01/14/1997)
Hometown: Bloomfield, Conn.

2019 (FC Cincinnati/Memphis 901 FC): Made a combined 24 appearances, including 16 starts, and scored two goals with FC Cincinnati and Memphis 901 FC across all competitions  … made 12 MLS appearances, including eight starts, and scored one goal with FC Cincinnati ... made MLS debut and played 73 minutes against the LA Galaxy (June 22) ... recorded a team-high two shots on goal ... was replaced by Corben Bone in the second half ... earned second consecutive start and played 81 minutes at Minnesota United FC (June 29) ... was replaced by Corben Bone in the second half ... scored first-ever MLS goal against the Houston Dynamo (July 6) ... was replaced by Fanendo Adi in the second half ... earned fourth consecutive start and played 67 minutes at the Chicago Fire (July 13) ... was replaced by Fanendo Adi in the second half ... started and played 64 minutes in fifth consecutive start against D.C. United (July 18) ... was replaced by Fanendo Adi in the second half ... returned the starting lineup and played 56 minutes at Toronto FC (July 27) ... was replaced by Darren Mattocks in the second half ... made first substitute appearance in nine-minute shift at Columbus Crew SC (Aug. 10) ... replaced Darren Mattocks in the second half ... made second-half substitute appearance and played 13 minutes at FC Dallas (Aug. 31) ... replaced Roland Lamah in the second half ... started and played 45 minutes against Toronto FC (Sept. 7) ... was replaced by Darren Mattocks in the second half ... made second-half substitute appearance and played five minutes at Montreal (Sept. 14) ... replaced Darren Mattocks in the second half ... made second-half substitute appearance and played 22 minutes against Atlanta United (Sept. 18) ... replaced Frankie Amaya in the second half ... started and played 45 minutes against Chicago (Sept. 21) ... was replaced by Joseph-Claude Gyau in the second half … made 11 appearances, including eight starts, and scored one goal in the USL Championship on loan with Memphis 901 FC … made professional debut in start against Tampa Bay (March 9) … began a stretch of 11 consecutive appearances … scored first professional goal at Bethlehem Steel (March 24) … U.S. Open Cup: Debuted with the Orange and Blue in Fourth Round match against Louisville City FC ... replaced Emmanuel Ledesma in the 115th minute.

College (Quinnipiac): Made 78 appearances, including 77 starts, scored 16 goals and added 15 assists in four seasons at Quinnipiac … was invited to the Jamaica National Team senior camp in March 2018 and has experience in camps with Jamaica at various youth levels … as a senior, made 19 appearances, all starts, scored six goals and added six assists … named to United Soccer Coaches All-East Region Third Team … as a junior, maed 20 appearances, all starts, scored five goals and added two assists … earned Second Team All-MAAC honors … as a sophomore, made 20 appearances, all starts, scored four goals and added five assists … named to NSCAA All-East Region Third Team and Second Team All-MAAC … as a freshman, made 19 appearances, including 18 starts, scored one goal and added two assists.

Personal: Born January 14, 1997 in Bloomfield, Conn.


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MLS
Career Statistics (Regular Season)
YearClubGPGSGMINSASHTSSOGFCOFFYR
2019FC Cincinnati128154601044400
Career Totals-128154601044400
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