Player Details

Name

Ellis McLoughlin

Height

5' 10"

Weight

165 lbs

Date of Birth

7.8.1990 (31)

Birthplace

Seattle, WA USA

Position

Forward
2021 MLS Regular Season
2021 MLS Regular Season
Career Summary

 

2011: MLS: Made MLS debut coming on as a substitute in 71st minute vs. RSL on 3/19 … Came on as a substitute in 73rd minute at FCD on 3/26 … DNP vs. TFC on 4/9 or at NY on 4/16 due to back strain … Came on as a substitute in 67th minute and scored first MLS goal vs. NE on 5/21 … Came in as a halftime substitute and played until 89th minute at SKC on 6/17 … Came on as a substitute in 76th minute vs. LA on 6/25 … Came on as a substitute in 59th minute vs. PHI on 7/9 … Came on as a substitute in 83rd minute vs. COL on 8/13 … Came on as a substitute in 86th minute at LA on 8/20 … Came on as a substitute in the 87th minute at NE on 10/8 … Played the final five minutes vs. FCD on 10/22  … Exhibition: Started and played 45 minutes vs. West Brom on 7/12 … Open Cup Qualifying: Came on as a substitute in 111th minute at POR on 5/3 … Started, played 45 minutes and scored a goal vs. CHI on 5/24 … Reserves: Played 90 minutes and notched an assist vs. VAN on 3/22 … Started and played 85 minutes vs. CHV on 4/23 … Played 90 minutes vs. LA on 6/6, at POR on 6/21 and at CHV on 7/26 … Started and played 86 minutes vs. POR on 8/7 … Came on as a substitute in the 46th minute at VAN on 9/6 … Played 90 minutes at SEA on 10/10 … Finished with one goal and two assists.

Hertha BSC: Signed with Hertha Berlin of the German Bundesliga in January of 2008 after impressing with the U.S. U-17 National Team … Played with the Blue-Whites reserves before suffering a ligament tear in January of 2009.

College: One-year letter-winner at the University of Washington … Scored three goals and had three assists in 13 games for the Huskies … Helped UW to a 9-8-4 record and a berth in the NCAA Tournament.

International: Under-17 U.S. National Team standout forward … Played with the U.S. in the 2007 FIFA U-17 World Cup in South Korea (8/18-9/9) … Member of U.S. Soccer Residency Program in Bradenton, Fla. … U-17 team’s leading scorer for two seasons … 38 caps and 14 goals with the U-17s … Played in 11 matches with U-17 team in 2007, starting nine … Scored two goals in CONCACAF World Cup qualifying games, including the game-winner against Costa Rica in CONCACAF final round qualifying (May 6, 2007) … In 2006, played in 25 international matches, starting 20 … Led all scorers with 11 goals and added three assists … Scored the game-winner against Switzerland in the opening match of the Ballymena International Tournament … Scored three goals in two games versus Jamaica … Played in the Nike World Finals in Hong Kong and the Manchester United Champions Cup in 2005 … In 2005, tied with the most appearances on the U-17 ’90s with 10.

High School/Club: 2007 Bishop Blanchet High School graduate … Played one year of high school soccer before being invited into Residency … Named All-Area and team MVP as a freshman … Washington state ODP team member from 2003-05 … Helped his club team, Crossfire Premier, to five state titles and a spot in the Region IV finals.

Personal: Parents are Jay and Jacquie … Has two brothers, Max and Riley … Was an Honors student in high school … Second love after soccer is music … Has a Labrador retriever named Sam.