Garcia signed a Homegrown contract with FC Dallas on June 18, 2013.
Professional 2013: Was not eligible to play for FC Dallas in MLS competition until the start of the 2014 season… Started and played the full 90 minutes versus Antigua in MLS Reserve League action just five days after signing with FC Dallas… Started and played the full 90 minutes in all eight MLS Reserve League matches… Finished the season with the fifth-most minutes (720) of any players on the FC Dallas Reserves… Scored two goals and had two assists.
2013: Garcia was a member of Tab Ramos' 2013 FIFA Under-20 World Cup squad. He started the first game of the tournament against Spain and also appeared in the third game against Ghana. Garcia was a huge part of the United States Under-20 squad that advanced all the way to the final of the CONCACAF Under-20 Championships playing four matches including 120 minutes in the 3-1 final loss to Mexico.
Garcia earned ACC Freshman of the Year honors finishing second on the Tar Heels with four goals in 23 games while leading UNC in assists with six. In his lone season at UNC, Garcia was named to the Soccer America All-Freshman First Team, Top Drawer Soccer Freshman Team of the Season and College Soccer News All-Freshman First Team as the Tar Heels advanced all the way to the NCAA Quarterfinals.
Was the No. 12 rated prospect in the country by College Soccer News and No. 17 by ESPN coming out of W.T. White High School… Scored 15 goals in 29 matches with the FC Dallas Academy in the 2010-11 season… Garcia and teammate Kellyn Acosta helped the U-17/18 Academy to a title in 2012, winning the Academy Finals Week title game against Vancouver Whitecaps FC at BBVA Compass Stadium in Houston.