Young center back who brings a physical presence in the middle of the back line for the Dynamo. Signed with the Dynamo on January 16, 2018. Possesses a Green Card as a naturalized American citizen and does not occupy an International roster slot.
2019 SEASON (HOUSTON DYNAMO / RGV FC)
Started in eight matches for the Dynamo and tallied an assist in a 2-1 loss at NE on 6/29… Started in back-to-back matches vs. Minnesota on Sept. 11 and at Vancouver on Sept. 14… Started back-to-back matches vs. D.C. United on May 18 and at Minnesota on May 25… Leagues Cup: Started and played all 90 minutes in penalty shootout loss to Club America on July 24… Concacaf Champions League: Started and played all 90 minutes vs. Tigres UANL in Leg 1 of the quarterfinal on March 5… Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup: Started and played all 90 minutes in two matches… Rio Grande Valley FC (USL Championship): Made three appearances with the Toros, playing all 90 minutes in each
2018 SEASON (HOUSTON DYNAMO)
Played in 22 regular season matches while starting in 21… Scored his third goal of the season in a 4-1 win against Portland Timbers on September 15… Missed a 1-0 loss at Columbus Crew SC on August 11 due to a red card received in a 1-0 loss against Sporting Kansas City on Aug. 4… Missed a 2-1 loss at Portland Timbers on July 28 due to yellow card accumulation… Missed two matches on May 30 & June 2 due to a two-match suspension after a committing a foul that endangered the safety of an opponent against New York City FC on May 25… Scored his second goal of the season in a 3-1 win against New York City FC on May 25, earning MLS Team of the Week honors… Scored his first career goal in MLS in a 3-2 win against LA Galaxy on May 5… Came in as a sub for DF Leonardo in the 75th minute in a 5-1 win against Toronto FC on Apr. 21… Made his MLS debut in a 2-0 loss against New England Revolution on Mar. 31… Dressed for the first time in a 2-1 loss vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC on Mar. 10… Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup: Played 90 minutes in four matches for the Dynamo, helping them win the Open Cup for the first time in club history
Played in 72 matches and scored two goals in his four years with Carabobo FC… Made his professional debut in 2013 in a 2-0 win against Deportivo La Guira… Helped Carabobo FC be on the top of the Venezuela Primera Division in 2016 and 2017… Carabobo FC was the least scored defense in 2017… La Vinotinto Regional was the second-fewest in goals scored Venezuela in 2016… Helped Carabobo FC return to Copa Sudamericana in 2015 for the first time in 18 years, and helped the team earn a spot in their first Copa Libertadores in 2017 and then again in the 2018 edition