Ryan Hollingshead

Ryan Hollingshead
Ryan Hollingshead
Ryan Hollingshead
Real Name: Ryan Hollingshead
HT: 6' 1" WT: 180
Age: 28 (04/16/1991)
Birthplace: Granite Bay, California
Hometown: Granite Bay, CA

Dallas selected Hollingshead with the 20th(2ndround) overall pick in the 2013 MLS SuperDraft.

Hollingshead appeared in 18 MLS games (seven starts), one playoff game, two CONCACAF Champions League games and one U.S. Open Cup game…Scored one goal and registered three assists in total, all of which were in MLS play…Scored his first MLS goal of the season on May 30 vs. LA Galaxy and assisted on Colmán’s goal…Had back-to-back assists on May 30 and June 2…Appeared in his 100th match on June 29 vs. Minnesota United...Touched the ball 77 times and competed in five aerial duels, the most in both categories for FC Dallas vs Orlando City on Oct. 6…Competed in 17 total duels and gained possession of the ball seven times vs. D.C. on Oct. 3, leading FC Dallas in both categories…2017: Was involved in an accident on Jan. 6 while providing roadside assistance to another vehicle that had wrecked... He suffered three different fractures to his cervical vertebrae but didn’t require surgery... He would return to action in a home game against Sporting Kansas City on April 23… He would appear in 18 MLS matches, starting in 9… Played 820 minutes… Made the 18-man roster eight times… He tallied a goal and an assist in two games during US Open Cup play… He was named the MLS Works Humanitarian of the Year on Nov. 2…2016: Hollingshead started in 22 regular season matches, two US Open Cup games, 3 CONCACAF Championship League games and one playoff… FCD went 11-4-7 in matches he started… Scored in the 23rd minute on June 2 against Houston in a match that ended 1-1… Ended the season with two goals and 1 CONCACAF assist… 2015: His best season so far, Hollingshead appeared in 37 matches for FCD, notching three goals and three assists…Scored his first playoff goal on the 68thminute against Portland Timbers in a match that ended 2-2…Consolidated as a left-back…Recorded 158 minutes of playing time in US Open Cup against OKC Energy and Sporting KC…2014: In his first season, Hollingshead appeared in 11 MLS matches after making his professional debut in a 2-1 loss in San Jose on May 31… Remained in the top 18 for 24 of the next 27 matches, including all three FC Dallas playoff games, after making is pro debut… Played a season-high 69 minutes in a 5-0 in San Jose on Aug. 16. 2013: Despite being drafted by Dallas in the second round of the MLS SuperDraft, Hollingshead decided to fulfill a promise to his brother Scott, helping to build a church in Sacramento called Harvest Bible Chapel instead of joining MLS.

: NSCAA Second-Team All-America selection... Pac-12 Player of the Year and first-team All-Pac-12 selection... First-team NSCAA All-Far West Region selection... Team captain... Earned first-team Pac-12 All-Academic honors and third-team Capital One Academic All-America honors... Named to the first-team Capital One Academic All-District team and was the Pac-12 Men's Soccer Scholar Athlete of the Year... Senior CLASS Award finalist... College Soccer News Second-Team All-American... Named to Top Drawer Soccer's National Team of the Season, earning second-team honors... Finished second in the Pac-12 with eight assists and led the team with 22 points (7G, 8A). 2011: Earned second-team All-Pac-12 honors... First-team CoSIDA Academic All-District and second-team Pac-12 All-Academic... Finished third on the team with 13 points (3G, 7A) ... Named to the NCAA All-Tournament Team. 2010: One of four players to start and play in all 22 games... Tied for third on the team with five assists... 2009: Played in all 20 games and made 12 starts. 

High School/Club
Four-year letterman in soccer and tennis at Granite Bay HS ... Led his team to two Sac-Joaquin Section DII Championships in three years, including the 2008 championship, when he had three assists in the title game ... Totaled 54 points on 18 goals and a school-record 18 assists in 2008 ... Earned first-team All-Sierra Foothill League and Press-Tribune All-City honors ... Team captain and Offensive MVP ... Played club soccer for Placer United Prestige and Cal Rush Nike ... Team's leading scorer the last four years.

Lists his biggest athletic thrill as breaking his high school single-season assist record after recording three assists in his team's Section Final win ... Admires quarterback Tim Tebow ... Hobbies include tennis and basketball ... Mother: Sue Hollingshead ... Has two older brothers, Scott and Kyle, and a younger brother, Kevin ... Older brother Scott was a member of the UCLA team from 2006-2007 ... Full name is Ryan Michael Hollingshead ... Born April 16, 1991 in Sacramento, CA ... Psychology major.

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Career Statistics (Regular Season)
2019FC Dallas3433629613441729530
2018FC Dallas187176631176400
2017FC Dallas189082001638200
2016FC Dallas292222024022836330
2015FC Dallas332522171313434740
2014FC Dallas11402890613100
Career Totals-14310011903191124011622100
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