9 Sebastien Le Toux MLS Games Played: 232 Career MLS Goals: 56 Last MLS Goal: 4/16/16 @ Seattle Position: Midfielder Birthday: 1-10-1984 Birthplace: Mont-SaintAignan, France Height: 6’0” Weight: 155 lbs. Previous Club: New York Red Bulls. 2015: Le Toux appeared in 31 games and started 26. He scored eight goals and assisted on six. He also scored the game-winning goal against Chicago in the US Open Cup semifinal. 2014: Le Toux appeared in 29 games, starting 23, while logging 2,050 minutes. He posted a team-high 12 goals and 31 points. He also notched seven assists on the season. 2013: Played in 31 games starting 25, logging 2222 minutes. He scored 3 goals and led the team with 12 assists. MLS Games Played: 37 Career MLS Goals: 1 Last MLS Goal: 5/20/16 vs. DC United Position: Defender Birthday: 05-26-1992 Birthplace: Pomona, Calif. Height: 6’2” Weight: 185 lbs. Previous Club: Univ. of Redlands (NCAA Div. III) 2015 (Union): Marquez made his MLS debut by coming on as an injury replacement for Michael Lahoud in the 6th minute against Toronto FC on May 2. Despite it being his debut against international stars Sebastian Giovinco and Jozy Altidore, Marquez anchored the defense and limited to Toronto to one goal, which came off of a set piece. He finished the year starting 20 of the final 24 league games for the team, and was on the field for a team-high eight clean sheets. Finished the year with 21 league appearances and 20 starts. 2014 (Union): Did not appear in League action, but played an integral role in leading the Harrisburg City Islanders to the USL Pro Championship game while on loan. He led the USL Pro in minutes played (2,520) by playing the full 90 minutes in 28 games. John McCarthy MLS Games Played: 11 19 Position: Goalkeeper Birthday: 7-4-1992 Birthplace: Philadelphia, Pa. Height: 6’3” Weight: 192 lbs. Previous Club: Rochester Rhinos (USL) Position: Midfielder Birthday: 2-15-1993 Birthplace: Dallas, Texas Height: 5’10” Weight: 160 lbs. Previous Club: Northwestern (NCAA) 27 MLS Clean Sheets: 2 Last Clean Sheet: 9/20/15 vs. Houston 2015: Started 11 games for the Union and went 3-5-3 with a 1.64 goals against average. He made his debut on April 11 at Talen Energy Stadium and helped the Union secure their first win of the season, beating New York City FC 2-1. McCarthy shined in U.S. Open Cup play, starting four games and guiding the Union through victories in penalty kicks against his former club Rochester in the Fourth Round and New York Red Bulls in the quarterfinals. He came on as a substitute in the Open Cup Final against Sporting Kansas City. 2014 (Rochester Rhinos): McCarthy was named the USL Goalkeeper of the Year, and USL Rookie of the Year in 2014 after a strong showing with the Rhinos. He led the league with a 0.72 goals against average after allowing just 13 goals in 18 games and posted an 8-4-6 record with 10 shutouts and 41 saves. 9 16 Richie MArquez Cole Missimo MLS Games Played: N/A Career MLS Goals: N/A Last MLS Goal: N/A Missimo played his college ball at Northwestern University where he spent four years with the Wildcats. During his career at Northwestern, Missimo played 76 games and started 56, scoring seven goals and handing out 12 assists. In 2015, Missimo scored one goal and gave two assists and was named NSCAA Second Team All-Big Ten Conference for the second year in a row.